And this is a breath of fresh air!

More from the Post’s editorial board:

It’s time for a change

Udall is a fine man with good intentions, and on some issues our views are closer to his than to Gardner’s. But he is not perceived as a leader in Washington and, with rare exceptions such as wind energy and intelligence gathering, he is not at the center of the issues that count — as his Democratic colleague, Sen. Michael Bennet, always seems to be.

Rather than run on his record, Udall’s campaign has devoted a shocking amount of energy and money trying to convince voters that Gardner seeks to outlaw birth control despite the congressman’s call for over-the-counter sales of contraceptives. Udall is trying to frighten voters rather than inspire them with a hopeful vision. His obnoxious one-issue campaign is an insult to those he seeks to convince.


Daaaaang. As Joe Biden might say, this is a big effin’ deal.

Awww … poor Mark Uterus. Maybe retirement will bring him some relief.



Twitchy coverage of Mark Udall

Twitchy coverage of Cory Gardner