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    Romney-Ryan Rally Pack Red Rocks Ampitheater








    Red Rocks officially holds almost 9,500 people. There were just a few more ticket holders than could be accommodated:

    According to CBS, 25,000 tix were requested for Mitt Romney's appearance at Red Rocks. The Pepsi Center holds around 20,000—
    Dillon Thomas (@DillonMThomas) October 23, 2012

    My wife and daughter tried to go to Romney rally at Red Rocks and were turned away. Packed house sellout. Couldn't get close to event.—
    Rick Lewis (@1RickLewis) October 24, 2012

    So sad. Waited 2 hours in line and did NOT get into Red Rocks to see our future President Romney. Thousands turned away!!!!—
    S McManus (@ShannonMcManus5) October 24, 2012

    Drove 500+ miles to Romney rally at Red Rocks. Didn't get in. Don't mind (much). Crowd huge. 1000s couldn't get in. This is a good thing.—
    Bill Hobbs (@billhobbs) October 24, 2012

    Enthusiasm? You could say that.

    Romney/Ryan event in Red Rocks Colorado. More people came than the amphitheater could hold. Momentum grows even more! http://t.co/nhc4hxH5—
    Dennis Mitchell (@dmitchell624) October 24, 2012

    @dmitchell624 Shorter Mainstream Media: Bump is gone, Hundreds show up for Romney/Ryan. Media fools. GO COLORADO!!!!!!!—
    U.T.A. (@members4) October 24, 2012

    I hope all Americans see this Romney speech at Red Rocks. It is heartfelt, sincere, patriotic & determined. bit.ly/RUsrco #tcot—
    Navy Doc (@SereDoc) October 24, 2012

    Crowd at Red Rocks has many more young people than typical Romney crowds. #2012—
    Kasie Hunt (@kasie) October 24, 2012

    Amazing event in Colorado, Red Rocks. People holding signs "Democrats for Romney" At least 9,000 attended.—
    Jason (@27jaaw27) October 24, 2012

    Justin Romney or Mitt Beiber? MT @PhilipRucker: Thousands of Coloradans are screaming Mitt's name at Red Rocks. Like at a Bieber concert.—
    Darrel Ng (@DarrelNg) October 24, 2012

    Hey @MSNBC @Maddow – have you seen this shocker in Red Rocks, CO? This is the crowd for O,,, NO! – ROMNEY! ow.ly/eIzhq RT—
    SP Gordon (@ConTeach) October 24, 2012

    Oh, they saw it, SP. Here’s your proof:

    Hope reporters remind their audience Romney/Ryan's Red Rocks event is occurring in a facility built by the gov't via FDR's socialist CCC.—
    David Sirota (@davidsirota) October 22, 2012

    Romney rally at Red Rocks raises spectre of FDR, New Deal huff.to/WGxOCg—
    HuffPost Denver (@HuffPostDenver) October 23, 2012

    Colorado Dems pointing out the irony of Romney event at Red Rocks, which was built entirely w/ public funds in 1930's. bit.ly/PfuVX5—
    Garrett Haake (@GarrettNBCNews) October 24, 2012

    Do you think conservatives let that weak talking point slip by unchallenged? Of course not.

    @GarrettNBCNews Do they also point out the irony of Romney using a highway which was built with public funds. Or how about the airport.—
    (@GarCasey) October 24, 2012

    @GarrettNBCNews ummm… So are all the streets and town squares where Romney has had rallies.—
    (@ScrollnKey) October 24, 2012

    Romney credits the power of God for the beauty of Red Rocks. Cue indignant Tweets about the WPA in 3… 2… 1…—
    Megan Verlee (@CPRverlee) October 24, 2012

    Meanwhile Sandra Fluke's pro Obumbles rally draws 10...



    Tickets still available for Obumbles campaign appearance....

    http://www2.tbo.com/news/breaking-ne...ara-ar-542160/
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    Public Funds= Our Tax Money!.

    Romney = The Answer

    Obama = The Problem!

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    Some of the tweets are quite illuminating on liberal thinking:

    If you oppose ANY Government Spending or spending Increases, you are barred from using ANY public infrastructure of any kind.

    Nevermind that Romney personally paid hundreds of thousands of times more than the "average" citizen in tax money to the State, he should be barred from using public structures or faciltiies, or face withering critcism for doing so.

    It's such a silly argument, yet I bet at least a few of our resident libs were nodding their heads when they read that section "Thats right, thats MY Red Rocks, how dare Romney use it!"

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    I guess being a celebrity is only a detriment if you are a Democrat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warfish View Post
    Some of the tweets are quite illuminating on liberal thinking:

    If you oppose ANY Government Spending or spending Increases, you are barred from using ANY public infrastructure of any kind.

    Nevermind that Romney personally paid hundreds of thousands of times more than the "average" citizen in tax money to the State, he should be barred from using public structures or faciltiies, or face withering critcism for doing so.

    It's such a silly argument, yet I bet at least a few of our resident libs were nodding their heads when they read that section "Thats right, thats MY Red Rocks, how dare Romney use it!"

    You need to change your handle from "Warfish" to "Strawman" or maybe "Strawfish" for you are the king of the straw man argument.

    Red Rocks is one of the best Amphitheaters in the country. It has great sound it was built at the perfect 'angle' and has really, really wide comfortable rows. It was built to sound good… to deliver art … not turn to as much profit as possible. But you know what ... in the long run there has been a huge financial ROI from the amphitheater. It was built using government funds and it is an awesome venue.

    If Red Rocks was proposed today Governor Romney would oppose it being built.

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    Parkway Drive had more people at their last concert.

    Maybe a 2016 run for the Austrailians?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Buster View Post
    You need to change your handle from "Warfish" to "Strawman" or maybe "Strawfish" for you are the king of the straw man argument.
    Maybe you should post another longwinded tinfoilhat conspiracy theory article about my pending name change, and how my new name is clearly a sign that Chris Christie is the Spawn of Satan.

    If Red Rocks was proposed today Governor Romney would oppose it being built.
    As he should. We have higher priorities for Federal dollars than yet another concert venue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buster View Post
    You need to change your handle from "Warfish" to "Strawman" or maybe "Strawfish" for you are the king of the straw man argument.

    Red Rocks is one of the best Amphitheaters in the country. It has great sound it was built at the perfect 'angle' and has really, really wide comfortable rows. It was built to sound good… to deliver art … not turn to as much profit as possible. But you know what ... in the long run there has been a huge financial ROI from the amphitheater. It was built using government funds and it is an awesome venue.

    If Red Rocks was proposed today Governor Romney would oppose it being built.
    Lol.

    1)lecture on straw men
    2)postulate that Romney would have opposed building of red rocks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buster View Post

    If Red Rocks was proposed today Governor Romney would oppose it being built.
    The only way Red Rocks would be proposed by a Democrat today is if it was paid for by rich Republican tax payers. Democrats don't even support organized labor paying for Universal health care or their own SS and Medicare.

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