Boulder liberal Rep. Mark Udall is giving his hometown the cold shoulder. He doesn't have time to answer his constituents' questions and concerns? Is he afraid to confront the high school students who inspired him to support the Department of Peace idea, now that he has taken a U-turn against the proposal?
Are the Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate and his staff afraid more people might notice there are two Udalls: one who panders to the radical Left in his hometown of Boulder, and another who pretends to be a centrist on the campaign trail in the rest of Colorado? Udall can't hide from his constituents all year ... Or can he?