Two ads have hit TV screens across Senate President John Morse’s district, one from the group defending Morse and another from Dudley Brown’s National Association for Gun Rights (NAGR), who until this point was MIA from the recall fight.
The Morse ad continues the trend of accusing his opponents of doing exactly what Morse is doing. The ad attacks “extreme groups from Denver” for the recalls, despite the fact that the majority of Morse’s money comes from Denver and Washington, DC, while the Morse recall group’s money comes mostly from individuals and groups based in Colorado Springs.
It also, notably, doesn’t mention a word about guns. Wonder why that is:
The NAGR ad hits Morse for “taking his marching orders” from East Coast politicians like New York City Mayor Bloomberg. It begins with the catchy line: “Who’s pulling John Morse’s strings? Not the people from Colorado Springs”
If you watch both his commercial and Angela Giron's commercial, they look an awful lot alike, yet they claim to be paid for by two different groups. Odd.
Yes, I have observed how Morse sounds and appears so-o moderate and contrite when in campaign mode, but he becomes a different animal — a monster — when in the legislature in Denver. Gag. Can't believe what he says, and he can't stand on his record.
Did Morse even mention the issue on guns in his add? If I was him, I would even try some misdirection "I believe in the 2nd Amendment yet there is a need for common sense yadda yadda yadda…." To me it shows how narrow his race is going to be.
Morse's ad… syrupy… 'protect us.'WE DON"T NEED A SAVIOR Morse… we need a SENATOR that listens to us!
Wow! What a hypocrite! and a BOLD FACE LIAR!