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Received this e-mail today from Andrew Romanoff's (D. CO-06) campaign:
Did you hear what former Congressman Tom Tancredo told the Tea Party last week in Cañon City? Take a guess:
   “The DREAM Act will be a nightmare for the American people.”
    “If you want to keep your own language, stay where you are.”
    “In his heart,” Barack Obama is “not an American.”

Time’s up. The answer is 2.

The other two statements? Those aren’t Tom Tancredo’s words – they’re Mike Coffman’s.

As a candidate, Coffman vowed to continue his predecessor’s fight against immigration reform. He quickly made good on that threat.

In the past 12 months alone, Congressman Coffman has rejected proposals for comprehensive reform, called for an end to birthright citizenship, and voted twice to subject DREAMers to the threat of immediate deportation.

It’s no wonder Coffman introduced Tancredo at a Tea Party rally as his “hero.”

Congressman Coffman needs to decide whether he represents our interests or Tom Tancredo’s. He can’t do both.

http://romanoffcong.bluestatedigital.com/...

Our district is home to people who come from 130 countries and speak 120 different languages. We ought to be celebrating our diversity, not disparaging it.

Will you join Andrew in calling on Congressman Coffman to renounce his support for Tom Tancredo?

http://romanoffcong.bluestatedigital.com/...

Sincerely,

Tim McCann
Campaign Manager
Romanoff for Congress

Click here to add your name:

http://romanoffcong.bluestatedigital.com/...

Originally posted to pdc on Tue May 13, 2014 at 11:30 AM PDT.

Also republished by Colorado COmmunity, LatinoKos, and The Democratic Wing of the Democratic Party.

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