The Washington Times Weekly - - Politics -

Ken Cuc­cinelli, pres­i­dent of the Sen­ate Con­ser­va­tives Fund, has good things to say about Dar­ryl Glenn, Repub­li­can can­di­date for U.S. Sen­ate in Colorado who de­scribes him­self as “un­apolo­getic Chris­tian, con­sti­tu­tional, con­ser­va­tive, pro-life, Sec­ond Amend­ment-lov­ing Amer­i­can.”

Mr. Cuc­cinelli, how­ever, de­scribes the can­di­date as “the worst night­mare for lib­er­als in Wash­ing­ton,” adding that Mr. Glenn has “the pas­sion of Allen West, the courage of Ted Cruz, and the prin­ci­ples of Ron­ald Rea­gan.”

Mr. Glenn — a for­mer Air Force of­fi­cer, NRA mem­ber and at­tor­ney — was asked dur­ing a re­cent can­di­date de­bate whether he would work across party lines.

“The ques­tion ex­em­pli­fies what’s wrong with Amer­ica, and the frus­tra­tion out there. You don’t get it. It’s not about reach­ing across the aisle. You need a leader to stand up there and rep­re­sent the val­ues of this coun­try,” Mr. Glenn replied.

“It’s great to see some­one push back on this no­tion that Repub­li­cans are al­ways sup­posed to com­pro­mise with Democrats while the Democrats steam­roll us with their lib­eral agenda,” ob­serves Mr. Cuc­cinelli. Find the can­di­date here: Elec­tDar­rylGlenn.com

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