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Dan Maes's amazing record needs no proof: Kenny Be's Fotochop Friday

The bittersweet ache of partial financial disclosure, the hidden truth of lackluster personal success and the yearning to be a leader - these are the touchstones of Republican primary candidate Dan Maes, who came out of nowhere and showed that he could translate the dysfunctional anger of Tea Party political members into an equally dysfunctional campaign for Colorado Governor.

Now, the greatest moments of his state-wide sideshow sales pitch have been collected in a single recording. Page down to see the back cover set list...

For your primary voting pleasure, also enjoy the recent releases of the other two candidates for governor, Whipped Cream and Other Delights by Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper and Los Tancredos by former Republican Presidential candidate Tom Tancredo.

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