I was watching CNN this Sunday morning November 22, 2009 on a program called State of the Union. Senator Michael Bennet-was appointed by Governor Ritter--as Ken Salazar was moved into the Obama administration. Therefore a senator that was not elected. The commentator asked Bennett this question: Senator Bennett--you are in a really tough position in Colorado. You are running for re-election in 2010. Are you here today to say you will vote for this senate health care bill--even though you may lose your job over it. Senator Bennett's reply YES. A little history on this guy. He avoided all Town Hall meetings in his district in August--especially the more conservative & the majority of his constituents in El Paso County--which is inclusive of Colorado Springs. He instead would run off to very small mountain town like Frisco--would not announce where he was going & show up to do a town hall with 3 people. This senator is NOT representing the overwhelming majority of his constituents in the State of Colorado & is voting against them--because the overwhelming majority of those that live in this state absolutely DO NOT WANT government run health care aka a PUBLIC OPTION. Is there any way--we can move to recall this Senator prior to the 2010 November elections?