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Michael Bennet, Andrew Romanoff and other Colorado U.S. Senate candidates: Their websites summed up in a single line

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Eight Republican candidates are currently competing to be the party nominee for Michael Bennet's U.S.Senate Seat. Pictured above from left to right:

Ken Buck promises to take America back from the liberals and their allies, and return it to cobblers and truck farmers.

Tom Wiens promises to take America back from the liberals and their allies, and return it to small business-owning ranchers from Castle Rock.

Dr. Robert Greenheck uses such yellowed family photos and dated computer graphics that a trip to his website has the sensation of looking at high school yearbooks while stoned.

Page through more profiles below:

Pictured above left to Right:

Cleve Tidwell promises to take America back from the liberals and their allies, and return it to the Christians and the Marines.

Jane Norton promises that she will be a more up-market, Greeley version of Fort Morgan's Marilyn Musgrave.

Vincent Martinez promises to teach Obama some math.

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Steve Barton promises to stop the socialist juggernaut of FederalizedMedicine, Climategate and hyperstagflation and replace it with sweet nothing.

Mark Van Wyk took down his website after a nasty spat over misspelling and Belgian waffles.

The two candidates competing to be the Democrat's nominee for the U.S. Senate... Pictured above from left to right:

Michael Bennet explains how he got this far by being born under a lucky star.

Andrew Romanoff proves that he is the eminently more earnest candidate.

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