Si se puede indeed

Just what does it say about Colorado elections when, as Senator Mark Udall, stood up at noon in Denver today to introduce newly elected (formerly appointed) Senator Michael Bennet, the chant of the crowd behind him was "Si se puede!"?

When our elections are being determined by people who think it appropriate not to speak english at an event surrounding the election of an American to the highest legislative office in the nation, we have a problem.


# [Member]   on 11/03/10 at 13:48
It says that this state has a bunch of idiots that can't think for themselves and vote. I am so friggin' embarrased by the fact that Bennett and Perlmutter won. It's embarrasing. I'm at a loss.
# [Member]   on 11/03/10 at 14:06
My thoughts would be those in the crowd shouting in spanish are among those who voted in the election. Bennet may understand that because he certainly doesn't understand english.
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