Maxine Waters Visits Colorado, Tells Tea Party: “Let’s Get It On!”

Here’s more of that new tone we were promised.

Congresswoman Maxine Waters and House Minority Leader Mark Ferrandino at tonight’s House District 7 Democratic Unity Dinner in Denver. Waters served as the keynote speaker, while Ferrandino was cheered when he was introduced as the next speaker of the House. (Denver Post)

Far left Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) was invited to give the keynote address to Colorado Democrats last night in Denver. The scandal-plagued Democrat challenged the Tea Party, “Let’s get it on!!”
The Denver Post Blog reported:

California Congressman Maxine Waters told Denver Democrats tonight that Republicans are waging a war on women on issues ranging from health care to wage disparity.

During her speech at the 5th annual House District 7 Unity Dinner, she accused Republicans of attacking President Obama any chance they get.

“We cannot allow the opportunities that America stands for to be eroded by those who simply want to bring this president down,” she said.

She was cheered when she said, “After a good night sleep, I wake up the next day, and I say, ‘Come on, Tea Party, let’s get it on.’”

Among those present at the dinner: Congresswoman Diana DeGette; Denver City Councilwomen Robin Kniech and Mary Beth Susman; state Rep. Angela Williams and Sen. Mike Johnston, who represent House District 7; and Sen. Pat Steadman and House Minority Leader Mark Ferrandino.

Leaders of the House Ethics Committee told reporters this month that they would move ahead with a long-delayed inquiry into allegations of impropriety by Representative Maxine Waters.
Hat Tip Ben C.

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