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Posted 01/09/2014 12:42:00 EST
I say "Good Riddance" to MBCR! As a longtime commuter rail rider, I witnessed their corruption first-hand. Not all of it was willful, mind you, but nonetheless, they refused to be accountable for an more »
Posted 05/10/2013 06:46:07 EDT
And just like Mittens he's refusing to release the relevant tax returns. If he has nothing to hide, why not release the 2005 tax return? The Republicans should take advantage of the "gift" they rec more »
Posted 11/07/2012 02:43:09 EST
Oh, and lest we forget another mistake: -Claiming to have "served in Afganistan", when in fact his visit was more like a senatorial fam trip. He topped that off by exploting a photo opportunity of th more »
Posted 11/07/2012 02:38:54 EST
"Anti-intellectualism" is not a good strategy in Massachusetts. It's right out of the Sarah Palin playbook, and it simply doesn't play well here. Lots of other problems with his campaign: -The barn j more »
Posted 11/07/2012 02:37:33 EST
Quite true. "Anti-intellectualism" is not a good strategy in Massachusetts. It's right out of the Sarah Palin playbook, and it simply doesn't play well here. Lots of other problems with his campaign more »
Posted 11/05/2012 09:13:07 EST
Karl Rove's PAC has spent millions on behalf of Scott Brown. I have the junk mail to prove it, as does the rest of Massachusetts. You need no more evidence than that to prove that Scott Brown is a f more »
Posted 11/05/2012 04:11:53 EST
Giuliani?? Gimme a break - he's as partisan as they come. The fact that he's campaigning for Brown says it all. What possible interest would Giuliani have in electing an "independent" from Massachuset more »
Posted 11/05/2012 12:21:01 EST
He won't talk to the press unless it's in his best interest to do so. He doesn't realize that it's part of the job. I'm sick and tired of reading article after article that says "calls to Scott Bro more »
Posted 11/05/2012 12:17:23 EST
Why "abandon the infrastructure"?? Umm, so, you don't think the Republican party expects anything in return for the millions they've invested??
That's pretty naive...
Posted 11/05/2012 12:15:29 EST
Yes, and apparently he felt that handing out Halloween candy was more important than participating in the final debate. He ducked the last debate because he said that "he couldn't fit into his schedu more »
Posted 11/05/2012 12:09:08 EST
Yes indeed, the male Sarah Palin is a bridge to nowhere. He's so independant that Republican (and other right wing) partisans are investing millions of dollars in his campaign. Give me a break, if he more »
Posted 11/05/2012 12:08:41 EST
Posted 11/04/2012 06:03:49 EST
It's unfathomable to think that we might elect another bored rich guy as POTUS, one who mostly (depending on which way the wind blows) espouses the same failed policies that got us into the economic m more »
Posted 11/03/2012 05:51:06 EDT
I almost threw up in my mouth when I got that flier from National Right to Life. I challenge someone to find evidence that that organization has EVER supported a true pro-choice candidate! oh yeah - more »
Posted 11/03/2012 05:42:47 EDT
And don't forget, he has daughters and a (female!) wife, so he MUST be supportive of women's issues! What other proof do you need? I mean, only men who aren't married or who have only sons don't supp more »
Posted 11/03/2012 05:36:35 EDT
No - here's what the fourth would have been like: Scott Brown: Well, "obviously..... I'm pro-choice. Why are pro-life groups spending millions of dollars to support me? Obviously they don't believ more »
Posted 11/03/2012 05:26:25 EDT
Scott Brown says that "He's for Us", yet ducks a debate to campaign for himself? Someone should tell him that the debates are for US - the campaigning is for HIM!
Posted 11/02/2012 12:27:08 EDT
"The Economist" Backs Obama: And the right-of-center magazine homes in, most of all, on his reckless Bush-Cheney economics: Far from being the voice of fiscal prudence, Mr Romney wants to start with h more »
Posted 11/02/2012 12:21:38 EDT
Romney: "...I wonât waste any time complaining about my predecessor..." And of course, you won't have to. You'll have inherited a much more robust economy than Obama did. He will have done ALL of more »
Posted 11/02/2012 12:06:46 EDT
32 months of private sector job growth with zero Republican help...the country runs without them, so why vote for them ..
Posted 11/02/2012 11:07:59 EDT
Almost time to climb down from bulls**t mountain, Mitt. Fact is, the uptick in the rate is a symptom of an EXPANDING laborforce. You just keep crossing your fingers that the American people will elect more »
Posted 11/01/2012 11:21:19 EDT
Republican solution to every problem? Tort reform!
Posted 11/01/2012 11:19:59 EDT
AFATAC, it's mormon v. Satan.
Posted 11/01/2012 11:12:49 EDT
"Evangelicals, step up to the plate and explain your support for Romney."
That's an *EASY* one. We always vote Republican!
Posted 11/01/2012 10:41:30 EDT
If elected, Romney and the GOP are counting on the Democrats to put the country first - unlike they themselves have done for the last four years. And, being good Democrats, they probably will. But rew more »