GOP Senate candidate Joe O’Dea didn’t have to fake being a westerner in his latest campaign commercial.

That’s O’Dea on his own horse.

He didn’t have to rent it for one day to play westerner like U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet, when the Democrat bought a one-day fishing license to cast a few lines for this sad political pitch.

O’Dea was actually born and raised in Colorado, while Bennet was born in New Delhi, India, and raised in Washington, D.C.

Bennet’s resentment of O’Dea’s bona fides were on full display during a recent appearance on MSNBC, when Bennet was asked about O’Dea’s criticism of Washington’s latest spending spree that raises taxes on Americans making less than $400,000 a year.

Bennet made fun of O’Dea and his wife riding their horses into town to get sushi for dinner.

Who makes fun of a westerner’s ride? The devil, that’s who.

If Bennet thinks it hoity toity to have sushi for dinner, he’ll be taking a big tumble down his own high horse when he loses his reelection bid and discovers, while having to fill his own gas tank, that sushi is now sold at gas stations.