Who do you support for U.S. House in ...
Michael Drohan

Pittsburgh, PA

#21 Oct 15, 2010
Clearly the best candidate. The other candidates will continue the immoral and illegal wars
15201

Pittsburgh, PA

#23 Oct 15, 2010
want real change? vote for someone without corporate interests and who doesn't use fear-mongering tactics on voters.
Blue Bear

Aliquippa, PA

#24 Oct 15, 2010
IF we don't cut carbon emissions drastically and soon, nothing else will matter.
jjj

Saltsburg, PA

#25 Oct 16, 2010
what
Vivek Ananthan

Philadelphia, PA

#26 Oct 17, 2010
Ed and the Green Party are the best in the field. I am glad that he is leading. Let me congrat the folks who choose him and the Green party.
Marc J. Mancini

Clairton, PA

#27 Oct 17, 2010
Although I am not a constituent in district 14, I know Ed personally, and he's someone who's on the side of the people, not corporations or wall street bankers!
David Hughes

Freedom, PA

#28 Oct 18, 2010
We will never resolve the long standing problems in the US unless we support an alternative to the bought and paid for Ds & Rs.
charles

Huntingdon Valley, PA

#29 Oct 20, 2010
We can't continue on this same path. We need a new voice with a sound vision. Ed Bortz represents real, progressive change.
Ray Ray

Greensburg, PA

#30 Oct 21, 2010
Doyle sucks!
White Lightning

Mckeesport, PA

#31 Oct 22, 2010
Melissa Haluszczak
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Just because it's 'Time for a Change'. Regardless of party lines, Doyle is a prime example of why we need term limits. Another professional political puppet yes man. Nobody should be allowed more than 2 terms or 8 years living off the taxpayers. Although he likely will win, I see him as a hack.
An American

Mckeesport, PA

#32 Oct 24, 2010
Sluggo wrote:
Doyle is a good man with seniority who is on good committees and brings home the bacon. Please give me a reounding reason to back someone else that is not a shot at Obama, who inherited the worst (BUSH) economy since the great depression and, though he has made some small mistakes, has kept us out of Depression and delivered us from recession. Barack will go down as a great President. Why cut his support in DC any further????
"small mistakes" a trillion dollar debacle is NOT a small mistake. National debt for every man, woman & child rose $100,000 because of it. We are STILL in a "recession" as we speak, it costs twice to buy something now than it did 2 years ago. Try and buy a decent used car for your child, it used to cost $2,000 now it's $4,000.

Forcing the citizens of this country to BUY health care or else. But of course now that Unemployment rate is 9.2% and has been in high numbers for over a year. So trying to get us to pay for health care is ridiculous we barely have enough money to cover our bills now.

Clinton and W. Bush gave all our jobs to other countries with NAFTA, what in blue blazes were they thinking. You don't give the very fabric that forms America's work force away to other countries.

America wants action NOW, we gave the incumbents 2 years to turn it around. Since it didn't happen the incumbents are going to get fired on the 2nd of November and replaced by others who say they will do what the people want to happen, not what the incumbents want.

The current Unemployment rate is 9.2% and has been in high numbers for over a year. The incumbents had two years to start making progress. What happened? The banks and mortgage companies got bailed out, and the citizens of this country got $600 but 10% of us lost our jobs.

Americans are mad as hell and we're not going to take it anymore.
Corinna Neely

Pittsburgh, PA

#33 Oct 24, 2010
Ed Bortz is a stand up citizen who wants what's best for our region.
LZ

Pittsburgh, PA

#34 Oct 24, 2010
Based on which candidate has the most prmosing, long-term, sustainable vision for the economy and environment and humn rights, the only coice can be Bortz. Doyle and the other choice are same-old same-old.
Rev. Rob

Pittsburgh, PA

#35 Oct 24, 2010
Ed is a true progressive and a good person, honest and nice.
TF

Pittsburgh, PA

#36 Oct 24, 2010
We need good men and women to serve in government and Melissa is the best choice on the ballot.
Allison Smith

Madison, WI

#37 Oct 25, 2010
We need a third party representative in Congress. Ed's position on the issues is right on target! He's the man!
Wayne Hammerstrom

Belle Vernon, PA

#38 Oct 25, 2010
Time for a true change
robo

Allison Park, PA

#39 Oct 25, 2010
[QUOTE who="Rev. Rob"]Ed is a true progressive and a good person, honest and nice.[/QUOTE]you say "progressive "does that mean like obama ,pelosi,and reid.
Living the Life

Mckeesport, PA

#40 Oct 25, 2010
Check out NumbersUSA.com
Mike Doyle couldn't be bothered to answer their questionaire, but Melissa did.
Doyle is for Amnesty, against E-Verify, against financing the border fence or for more border agents, is for chain migration, in state tuition for illegals and also for MORE legal immigrants to take the jobs of US citizen/workers.
Doyle voted for the Health Care bill. He voted for the Cap and Trade bill that will "necessarily make our electricity bills skyrocket".
He's an enviro-whacko and believes in the fraud and lies of "Man-made global warming" and wanted to put a windfall profits tax on the oil companies when they only have a profit margin of 4%.
He convinced Bart Stupak to vote for the Healthcare bill, by assuring him that an Executive order by Obama would keep the bill from providing government paid abortions. Why couldn't it be IN THE BILL?
He also insisted that illegals wouldn't be covered in the bill...they will be.
He hasn't done a thing for the Mon-Valley because I sure don't see anything that has improved for Glassport since the steel industry left....things just continue to get worse.

Oh, and we have section 8 housing here, up to our eyeballs, thanks to the Democrats!
Living the Life

Mckeesport, PA

#41 Oct 25, 2010
Sluggo wrote:
Doyle is a good man with seniority who is on good committees and brings home the bacon. Please give me a reounding reason to back someone else that is not a shot at Obama, who inherited the worst (BUSH) economy since the great depression and, though he has made some small mistakes, has kept us out of Depression and delivered us from recession. Barack will go down as a great President. Why cut his support in DC any further????
I'll give you one good reason....it wasn't the BUSH economy that destroyed this country....It was the election of 2006, that gave control of BOTH houses of Congress to the Democrats, and we went into the recession starting in December of 2007...under control of Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid. You all seem to forget that under the Bush administration, unemployment was at 4.7% and gasoline was $2.17/gal.
Doyle voted for Obamacare that will destroy the healthcare system as we know it....the ultimate goal is to go to socialized, government controlled (we will decide what medicines and procedures you can have instead of you and your doctor).
He is against e-verify, the border fence and for more security at the border. He's for amnesty and all for bringing in more LEGAL immigrants to take jobs, well-paying jobs, from American workers.
He's a PROGRESSIVE!!! All for the government controlling EVERYTHING!!! He's cited the Center for American Progress in his mailing defending Obamacare and why he was going to vote for it.
The Center for American Progress is a socialist, left-wing political action network run by John Podesta and financed by George Soros...the one-world order Hungarian billionaire freak. This is who Mike Doyle looks up to and cites his facts from......
He's done nothing for the district that I live in....We are dying here!!
He shows up at International Village during election season....but, what exactly has he done for the Mon-Valley communities that he represents?

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