Warren beats Brown

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    Re: Warren beats Brown

    In response to msobstinate99's comment:

    In response to jackbu's comment:

    "My first priority would be helping those in NY and NJ ....but we know where POTUS is, back in the warm comfort of the white house. His priorties are still messed up. "

     

    still crazy as ever.  How much time would you like obama to spend in NY and Jersey?  He went to see the area first hand and right away, not like 5 days after the fact like bush 43.

    I don't think Kerry gets hillary's job, in fact deval has a better chance.  Even if he does, Brown will not win and simply because of math.  The dems will not stay home this time to let their senate seat slide away.



    Spoken like a true Democrat. Who gives an f about the people of NJ and NY he got the job he doesn't need them now. You'd be speaking a different tune if you were out in the cold with a northeaster coming your way.




    again how much time do you think Obama should spend there?  Republican Chrs Christie has stated many times that Obama did a great job and is still doing a great job. 

    I used to be a republican until Bush took 5 days to respond to the katrina victims.

     
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    What would you like Obama personally to do? FEMA, the Red Cross, the National Guard as well as dozens of other support groups ( you know-those community organizer types) are on the spot. No one is in the cold who doesn't choose to be. The storm victims are being provided with food, shelter, supplies, clothes, medicine, health care, etc. What more would you like to see?

     
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    or maybe we should send sarah palin who still does not know what a community organizer does.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/11/07/sarah-palin-80s-hair-lipgloss-fox-news_n_2086126.html

     
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    Please, the area already endured one natural disaster - Sandy. They don't need another disaster in the form of Palin.

    BTW she looked like she was going to burst into tears last night. Tough night for the reality show queen.

     
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    Please, the area already endured one natural disaster - Sandy. They don't need another disaster in the form of Palin.

    BTW she looked like she was going to burst into tears last night. Tough night for the reality show queen.




     

    too funny, best post of the day and funniest thing I have heard all day.

     
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    I voted for Brown because I think Warren is too party line.

    If Kerry or Deval get called up, he should run for those positions.

     
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    Please, the area already endured one natural disaster - Sandy. They don't need another disaster in the form of Palin.

    BTW she looked like she was going to burst into tears last night. Tough night for the reality show queen.




     

    too funny, best post of the day and funniest thing I have heard all day.




    leave it to you to bring Palin into it. how many screen names you have here? 




     

    are you still sore your prediction about her running never came true?  What reality show is palin selling now?

     
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    Re: Warren beats Brown

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    I voted for Brown because I think Warren is too party line.

    If Kerry or Deval get called up, he should run for those positions.



    Sure. that's beleivable.

     

    This is the old Maverick McCain postion, which works, right up until a democrat announces.  Then you, and the press, will revert to your liberal positions.

     
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    I voted for Brown because I think Warren is too party line.

    If Kerry or Deval get called up, he should run for those positions.



    Sure. that's beleivable.

     

    This is the old Maverick McCain postion, which works, right up until a democrat announces.  Then you, and the press, will revert to your liberal positions.



    You missed the part where I said I voted for Brown?

    More paranoia and conspiracy from you. You wonder why you lost. Could it be your wacky rhetoric?

     
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    Re: Warren beats Brown

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    I voted for Brown because I think Warren is too party line.

    If Kerry or Deval get called up, he should run for those positions.



    Sure. that's beleivable.

     

    This is the old Maverick McCain postion, which works, right up until a democrat announces.  Then you, and the press, will revert to your liberal positions.



    You missed the part where I said I voted for Brown?

    More paranoia and conspiracy from you. You wonder why you lost. Could it be your wacky rhetoric?



    I didn't miss it, I don't believe it.

    But, if you say so.

     
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    Re: Warren beats Brown

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    I voted for Brown because I think Warren is too party line.

    If Kerry or Deval get called up, he should run for those positions.




    I would support Brown for Governor. I think he'd do a good job at it...but I have a feeling he has his eyes on Kerry's seat. I think Brown likes DC too much .

     
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    Re: Warren beats Brown

    In response to skeeter20's comment:

    In response to BilltheKat's comment:

    In response to skeeter20's comment:

    In response to BilltheKat's comment:

    I voted for Brown because I think Warren is too party line.

    If Kerry or Deval get called up, he should run for those positions.



    Sure. that's beleivable.

     

    This is the old Maverick McCain postion, which works, right up until a democrat announces.  Then you, and the press, will revert to your liberal positions.



    You missed the part where I said I voted for Brown?

    More paranoia and conspiracy from you. You wonder why you lost. Could it be your wacky rhetoric?



    I didn't miss it, I don't believe it.

    But, if you say so.




    Skeeter..I am guessing the list of people on this site who care whether you believe them or not is getting smaller and smaller.

     
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    Re: Warren beats Brown

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    In response to BilltheKat's comment:

    I voted for Brown because I think Warren is too party line.

    If Kerry or Deval get called up, he should run for those positions.




    I would support Brown for Governor. I think he'd do a good job at it...but I have a feeling he has his eyes on Kerry's seat. I think Brown likes DC too much .



    Right.  That's why you voted for Warren and Obama.  sigh.  You seem smart, but obviously not.

     
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    Right.  That's why you voted for Warren and Obama.  sigh.  You seem smart, but obviously not.

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    In your mind you are the only smart person.  But your mind is rather small.

     
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    Right.  That's why you voted for Warren and Obama.  sigh.  You seem smart, but obviously not.




    In your mind you are the only smart person.  But your mind is rather small.




Haha...well put. Okay..then let me revise my prior statement to Skeeter...

Skeeter..I am guessing the number of people on this site who care whether or not you believe them...or what you think...is growing smaller by the day.

You've demonstrated that your only interest is stirring the pot..and I find pot stirrers rather tedious and boring these days.

 
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    Re: Warren beats Brown

    Maggie Hassan was my state Senator and I voted for her in 04, 06 ,08 and then voted to throw her out in 2010.  I voted for Lynch each time over the last 8 years as I liked NH having a Dem Gov and a split or GOP legislature.  The 2010 GOP tidal wave threw things out of whack and too many Tea party candidates who didn't know what they were doing came in.

    I too watched the debates and both handled the questions well; Lamontagne was better qualified and got my vote.  But he lost because the legislature was pushing for right to work and woke up the unions and Lamontagne was smeared with ugly misleading ads on womens issues which also tied into a national GOP attack theme.

    Hassan while in office became more liberal and wanted to increase social programs and taxes and she violated the state's live free or die motto by pushing for seat belt and helmet laws.  She recanted these positions during the debates by saying she has learned how important NH's live free or die motto is and although she agrees with helmet and seatbelt laws now respects the populaces position.  She also claims to be against income and sales taxes but didn't support the Constitutional Amendment referendum question to ban it by the state constitution.

    She's a good person, who responds to constituents personally, as I've exchanged a number of emails with her.  I still believe Lamontagne was better qualified but I'm OK for now with her as Governor and we have 2 year terms in NH.

     
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    Re: Warren beats Brown

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    Boo.

     

     And the bad thing is I think he had a better shot against Warren than the entrenched Kerry. I don't like Warren. I am rather unhappy with this result.



    I would not have guessed your unhappiness by any of your previous commnets.

     
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    Re: Warren beats Brown

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    Brown's best suited to be a Congressmen, not a US Senator. 

    A Senator has too much power for any one seat to be in the hands of the Republicans.  Another Congressional seat in the hands of the Republicans won't mean that much.  Plus, as a Congressman, Brown can excel at what he's good at - constituency relations.  And it allows his views to be truly to be reflective of the smaller constituency.

    Brown just doesn't have the presence to be a Senator.  He seemed never to have an agenda other than to do whatever he can to stay in office.  He lacked conviction.

    Sorry, but a platform of, "I compromise", is OK if he was running as an independent.  But not when he is a position to allow Mitch McConnell to control the Agenda in the Senate.  Not when he's in a position to allow Global Warming deniers to gain power positions in the Senate.



    So a 100% ideolgue is the sign of a strong political leader.  She'll become part of the problem, where Brown could be counted on for being part of the solution.

     
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