So! How cool is this? Coors is "too" conservative? We'll just see about that!
posted on 05/04/2004 6:34:59 AM PDT
The Dems in Colo will no doubt soon old a massive "Coors pour" where they'll symbolicaal open, and pour out, a can of Coors....
posted on 05/04/2004 6:50:39 AM PDT
(Ann Coulter needs to have children ASAP to propagate her genes.....any volunteers?)
very cool .. makes me want to buy a six pack of Coors! ;-) Following the thread, here is a good recap with links on his email and right on assessment of the Democratic Party. This man has it right on in my book!!
Following taken from this link
On the first anniversary of 9/11, the Colorado DLC e-mailed a New Dem Daily, entitled Never Forget: We're Still Under Attack. The commentary focused on the work still to be done to secure our safety as a nation. In the spirit of bipartisanship, it went on, We still have to show resolve and unity on a continuing basis, so that our enemies do not again make the mistake of believing we will surrender to their demands the moment any sacrifice is required.
Incredibly, that unifying message caused Coors to lose his partisan temper and spew wildly, inaccurate accusations. On the same day he contributed $25,000 to the Colorado Republican Committee, his email response to the DLC included, Its your party that has continually tried to reduce the defense budget. It was leaders in your party who demanded that the FBI and the CIA not cross communicate. It was leaders in your party who prevented the FBI and the CIA from hiring the type of unsavory individuals who might have uncovered the plot against our country. It was your (?) President that had not the courage to react aggressively to continuous assaults on U.S. assets and individuals around the world.
After thanking Coors for his feedback, the Colorado DLC responded with three specific examples of national security policy disagreements that New Democrats have had with the Bush administration. (See the full transcript of the emails). It concluded by requesting a meeting to discuss these important issues.
Coors replied, I doubt that it would be very constructive for us to meet. We have way too many fundamental differences... You believe that George Bush stole the presidencey (sic). I believe the democrats (sic) stole the Senate leadership. We'll just have to see what happens in November.
posted on 05/04/2004 6:50:54 AM PDT
(Go go Bush!! But don't turn your back on America with "immigrant amnesty")
Let the whining begin.
posted on 05/04/2004 6:56:19 AM PDT
(Pat Tillman took a bullet for me and mine. RIP Ranger Tillman.)
It's so easy for Republicans to tell when they're on the right track. Just listen for the Democrat caterwauling about how "unfair" and "mean spirited" we are.
I may have to re-evaluate the situation entirely. I've never drinked Coors' beer. I probably should. Alot of the barley hops comes from the barley in many western states, including Montana. Coors brewing is a great American tradition.
posted on 05/04/2004 7:16:43 AM PDT
(John Kerry: An old creep, with gray hair, trying to look like he's 30 years old)
A voice in the Democratic Wilderness? A truly pro-American Democrat? If he is for real then McAwful,Clintons,Pelosie and the rest of the Socialist left may find their idea of a socialist/communist America blown out of the water......
posted on 05/04/2004 7:21:30 AM PDT
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