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Denver Blogs: Singing about Michelle Malkin, babelicious Tea Party hero

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John Tomasic at Colorado Independent unearths a tribute ditty (to the tune of "My Girl"!) about female Tea Party leaders that includes a shout-out to Colorado-based Michelle Malkin. Who brings sunshine on a cloudy day?

SquareState.net's Wade Norris thinks Michael Bennet is sucking up too much to Wall Street fat cats. Did you know he used to work for Phil Anschutz?

Mile High Report's T.J. Johnson piles on the Bronco stats. And since the numbers are good ones, keep 'em coming!

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