Hey all,I subscribe to emails from several politicians, both sides of the aisle. In reply to a recent request for donations from Andrew Romanoff, who is currently running against Cong Coffman, I…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Cathy Mitchell Apr 16.
Started Aug 29, 2012
Martin Higgins and I attended this event. He videotaped it, and may post it on our web-site.My overall impression was one of disappointment. Don't know why I got my hopes up that Bennet actually…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Cathy Mitchell Aug 5, 2011.
How about if we try using this forum as a way to discuss past ATP events - sort of a way to have electronic, participatory minutes. We can add discussions to an event itself, but that goes away once…Continue
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Fredrick Lindner Nov 1, 2011.
Just had an awful thought. Was reading a report about the coming "Fiscal Cliff" that will occur after the election when the "Bush Era Tax Cuts" are allowed to expire, and the mandated cuts forced by the Tea Party as a result of the debt ceiling fight will take effect.Every time Obama uses the line about taxing "millionaires and billionaires", do you think he silently thanks the Tea Party for electing a Republican House of Representatives that stopped him from doing so? If he had been able to…Continue
Posted on September 7, 2012 at 9:14pm — 3 Comments
In the last few weeks my life has changed dramatically. I got accepted into a Master's Certificate program at Univ. of Colorado, which contributed to being accepted for a new job at Gunnison Valley Hospital. And we are now empty-nesters, enabling such a move. August 16, 2011 will certainly go down as a historic day in my life! (of course after May 31, 1981, Nov. 9, 1989 and July 1,…Continue
Posted on September 6, 2011 at 3:31pm — 1 Comment
Having just heard that the Senate again tabled a bill that was passed in the House, it is apparent that in order to get sane legislation passed, Republicans need to keep control of the House in 2012, and get a majority in the Senate. The current tally is 47 Republicans, 51 Democrats and 2 Independents who caucus with the Dems. Unfortunately, Colorado can't help the odds in 2012, but of the 33 seats up for re-election, 23 are Democrat/Independent either retiring or up for re-election but only…Continue
Posted on July 29, 2011 at 10:02pm — 1 Comment