Colorado was recognized as one of five states that were bellwether states in the book “Megatrends”. However Colorado’s days as a state that led the nation in future trends are over. A state which has incredible beauty but only a few remaining pockets of principled people has been overthrown by socialism and voter fraud. The election of Sen. Michael Bennet is just one of many cases where the people in Colorado should hold their heads in shame. His support for the public option using reconciliation is now overshadowed by his proud support for the DREAM Act as shown below.
However this report just released in April 2011 explains how Sen. Bennet was able to get into office:
Republicans on the House Administration Committee want to shore up voter registration rules in the wake of a Colorado study that found as many as 5,000 non-citizens in the state took part in last year’s election.
Rep. Gregg Harper (R-Miss.), the panel’s chairman, called the study “a disturbing wake-up call” that should cause every state to review its safeguards to prevent illegal voting.
“We simply cannot have an electoral system that allows thousands of non-citizens to violate the law and vote in our elections. We must do more to protect the integrity of our electoral processes,” Harper added.
Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler, a Republican, told the panel that his department’s study identified nearly 12,000 people who were not citizens but were still registered to vote in Colorado.
It is time for North Carolina to understand the ramifications of the Voter ID legislation that was pledged by the Republican Party to have already been passed in the General Assembly. It is also time for North Carolina to understand that the Republican Party is not in any rush to assert our state or personal rights.
Late last year, the U.S. Senate tried but failed to muster the courage or the votes necessary to pass the DREAM Act — a narrowly missed opportunity for lawmakers to put politics aside and do the right thing for our country and our economy. But despite the failure of the past year, there’s still reason to hope.
Today, I joined Sen. Dick Durbin in re-introducing the DREAM Act in the Senate, reviving the effort to allow some of the best and brightest young students to give back to the country they call home through military service or by getting a college degree.