Who do you support for U.S. Senate in...
Obama the Failure

United States

#70 Oct 13, 2010
AtlasShrugged wrote:
I am an Independent. I very often like Republican candidates and their positions. But I wouldn't vote for Dan Coats. I thought the best part of the debate was when Ellsworth reminded us Coats hasn't voted in the State of Indiana in more than 10 years. He owns homes in Virginia and North Carolina but he doesn't own a home in Indiana. He only just rented one. I think Mr. Coats is probably a fine man, but he just isn't an Indiana resident as far as I'm concerned. I may not support every vote Ellsworth makes, but he's a local Evansville sheriff and he's certainly got my vote. I don't want to give this Senate seat away to a Washington lobbyist law firm. If Coats wins this election he'll move back to D.C. and we'll never see him again.
Are you kidding? I would vote a resident Martian over ANY of the Democrats right now!
The Sordid Truth

Freetown, IN

#71 Oct 13, 2010
Obama the Failure wrote:
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Are you kidding? I would vote a resident Martian over ANY of the Democrats right now!
As one can easily conclude,the republican voter is not the brightest bulb in the room. It doesn't surprise me that a republican voter believes in Martians. Republican voters believe in anything.

Republican Voter: I'm a gonna vote Republican no matter what.

Republican: I'm going to screw you over and bring hardship to your life, whilst I help out my very rich business buddies and foreign interests.

Republican Voter: I'll vote for you anyway. Abuse me all you want.
gaga

United States

#72 Oct 13, 2010
Democratic Voter: I will vote the Democratic, no matter what!

Democrat: I will continue to tirelessly work for the complete and utter destruction of the American way of life through the auspices of an ever expanding federal government, no matter how long it might take. So do not complain when we tax you into oblivion, because we know what's best for you.

Democratic Voter:(Slobber, slobber, slurp, slurp, pant pant...)
Deedon

Bringhurst, IN

#73 Oct 13, 2010
Republicans, Democrats -- two sides of the same coin. Neither one believes in the Constitution and both are only interested in building up their own party and taking your money and liberties away.
Rock and Roll

Latonia, KY

#74 Oct 13, 2010
no democrats wrote:
anyone but a commie liberal jerk democrat
You got that exactly right! Democrats are JUST ABOUT non-American and definitely sympathetic towards Muslims. You know that Muslims knocked down the World Trade Center buildings in New York? You voted in a Muslim as our President. You left-wingers like that kind of stuff, huh?!?
Bandar Bush

Freetown, IN

#75 Oct 13, 2010
Rock and Roll wrote:
<quoted text>You got that exactly right! Democrats are JUST ABOUT non-American and definitely sympathetic towards Muslims. You know that Muslims knocked down the World Trade Center buildings in New York? You voted in a Muslim as our President. You left-wingers like that kind of stuff, huh?!?
I love uneducated hilljacks. We make good use of them.
Ponder This

United States

#76 Oct 13, 2010
I am tired of the two headed monster and now support Libertarian efforts to follow the Constitution.
WWJD 2x

Wheeling, IL

#77 Oct 13, 2010
She was best in the debate.
Barb

AOL

#78 Oct 13, 2010
No lobbyist
bo duke

United States

#79 Oct 13, 2010
Lobbyist have killed this country and that what Dan Coates is!
Pop a top

Connersville, IN

#80 Oct 13, 2010
Rock and Roll wrote:
<quoted text>You got that exactly right! Democrats are JUST ABOUT non-American and definitely sympathetic towards Muslims. You know that Muslims knocked down the World Trade Center buildings in New York? You voted in a Muslim as our President. You left-wingers like that kind of stuff, huh?!?
Not every Muslum knocked down the trade center, just as not all Baptist are Gay, Many Republicans are gay, but thats another story, and our President is not a Muslum, He just happens to be a Christian, by the way you talk, I wonder if you are one. And as far as American, Democrates try to keep jobs and Property here in America, The Republicans send jobs overseas, and sell our transportation systems to other Countries, and this just in:
House Minority Leader John Boehner’s political action committee gave $5,000 to Rich Iott, the Ohio Republican candidate who has dressed up as a Nazi officer during World War II re-enactments.

The contribution from Boehner’s Freedom Project to fellow Buckeye Iott was recorded on Sept. 22, according to a quarterly report Iott filed with the Federal Election Commission on Wednesday. And the Republicans have the gaul to call us Democrates Commies

Read more: http://www.politico.com/news/stories/1010/435...
Lost Liberty

United States

#81 Oct 13, 2010
The Sordid Truth wrote:
<quoted text> As one can easily conclude,the republican voter is not the brightest bulb in the room. It doesn't surprise me that a republican voter believes in Martians. Republican voters believe in anything.
Republican Voter: I'm a gonna vote Republican no matter what.
Republican: I'm going to screw you over and bring hardship to your life, whilst I help out my very rich business buddies and foreign interests.
Republican Voter: I'll vote for you anyway. Abuse me all you want.
Talk about not being the brightest bulb in the room,

-After the Democratic failed hosing programs crushing this economy
-Obama using the stimulus package as a bribery purse
-A health care system to increase government by 20% and increasing the cost of health care by a large amount
-Ruining the effectiveness of health care in this country,
-Creating new taxes at every corner; too many to mention here
-Regulation after regulation to stop business and jobs
-Obama and the Democrats keeping their foot on the head of our country destroying Prosperity and liberty at every corner!

Appeasing every enemy we have ever had, Obama's first task taking office; that which was more important to him then anything, giving rights to The terrorist of 9/11.

And on and on..

You intentionally twist what was said like a slime ball. Your to cause for the downfall of this country!

Damn right I am voting republican!
Jack

League City, TX

#82 Oct 13, 2010
Deedon wrote:
Republicans, Democrats -- two sides of the same coin. Neither one believes in the Constitution and both are only interested in building up their own party and taking your money and liberties away.
Right on Bro.
Real American

Freetown, IN

#83 Oct 13, 2010
Lost Liberty wrote:
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Talk about not being the brightest bulb in the room,
-After the Democratic failed hosing programs crushing this economy
-Obama using the stimulus package as a bribery purse
-A health care system to increase government by 20% and increasing the cost of health care by a large amount
-Ruining the effectiveness of health care in this country,
-Creating new taxes at every corner; too many to mention here
-Regulation after regulation to stop business and jobs
-Obama and the Democrats keeping their foot on the head of our country destroying Prosperity and liberty at every corner!
Appeasing every enemy we have ever had, Obama's first task taking office; that which was more important to him then anything, giving rights to The terrorist of 9/11.
And on and on..
You intentionally twist what was said like a slime ball. Your to cause for the downfall of this country!
Damn right I am voting republican!
You're ate up.
Janet Smith

Indianapolis, IN

#84 Oct 13, 2010
Coats is a conservative and will repeal Obmamcare
Obama the Failure

United States

#85 Oct 13, 2010
Janet Smith wrote:
Coats is a conservative and will repeal Obmamcare
And if he doesn't we'll be calling his office every day till he does!!!
Dave

Freetown, IN

#86 Oct 13, 2010
Count me in as a vote for Coates. He's a republicon and that means hes a God fearing man. Goerge Bush liked Coates,and thats good enuogh fore me. Goerge Bush was the graetest president we ever had bare non. If Coates is guilty of sending jobs oversaes then theirs probobly good raeson for those jobs goin elswere. I look forwerd to a having Coates as my senetor. I proudley vote republicon.
Rhodes Scholar

Terre Haute, IN

#87 Oct 13, 2010
A vote for Dan Coats is a vote to turn the country back to the Bush Administration days....rock bottom.
Dave

Freetown, IN

#88 Oct 13, 2010
Rhodes Scholar wrote:
A vote for Dan Coats is a vote to turn the country back to the Bush Administration days....rock bottom.
The Bush adminastration was the best we ever got in this countrie. My only fualt with Bush is we shoud of attaked Iran. We been having problems with Iran since America was founded 500 yaers ago. I wish we could have Bush and Chaney again next eletion.
Dave

Freetown, IN

#89 Oct 13, 2010
Obama the Failure wrote:
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And if he doesn't we'll be calling his office every day till he does!!!
You betchya we will.

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