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April 18, 2013


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So his disapproval rating has increased 20% since he pushed the gun issue? And as Bill Clinton said, polls don't measure intensity, a hard lesson he learned in 1994. I would be worried if I were him, regardless of how strong the GOP candidates seem. There are lots of very, very angry independents and republicans in the state now over the gun issue. Hick was going to have an easy re-election, but now he is going to be in a tough race at the minimum, and if the GOP puts out a decent candidate, he has a good chance of losing just based on the intensity of his opposition alone.

This is before all of the ads start that show some of the genius statements of his fellow CO Dems at the state and federal level.

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