He doesn't name names, but Andrew Romanoff, who's challenging incumbent Michael Bennet in the Colorado Democratic Senate primary, is attempting to tie his opponent to bailouts and saddle him with anti-Washington voter sentiment.
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In a new 30-second spot running statewide, Romanoff implicitly hangs bailouts, and indeed "corruption," around Bennet's neck.
"Washington takes special interest money, Wall Street gambles with our economy. And then Washington bails Wall Street out," Romanoff declares. "The special interests in Washington have more power than the people. And that's just not wrong, it's corrupt. The difference is, I don't take a dime of their money. I stand with you," he says.
Bennet was not in Congress when the 2008 bailout bill passed, but Romanoff is talking about Bennet's vote against amendments to the Wall Street reform bill that would have broken up "too big to fail" financial firms. You can see this on YouTube, where the Romanoff team goes further: