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

“Many are cold, Few are frozen”

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#22 Oct 15, 2010
Boehner...I didn't see another choice.

Since: Feb 08

Mason, OH

#23 Oct 15, 2010
Would have voted repub in this one but Boehner cried like a baby on TV to get the first bailout under Bush in 2008. I said then I would never vote for him and I am living up to that.

“Many are cold, Few are frozen”

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#24 Oct 16, 2010
Yet and still I would like to see Boehner as Pelosi's replacement and this is the "yellow brink road" to make that a reality.

Boehner all the way.
Edwin Knox

Sunbury, OH

#26 Oct 16, 2010
He is a true conservative. Stands for kicking Pelosi out of office. LOL
20350 Washington DC

Cincinnati, OH

#27 Oct 16, 2010
James J. Condit Jr. ,after reading his profile he would be the one I'd vote for
Bea Toff

Cincinnati, OH

#28 Oct 16, 2010
Jesus Christ, if you add Palin's approval with Tan Man's, it's still below Bush's 25%
Take your medication
sam

Middletown, OH

#29 Oct 16, 2010
I am suggesting it would be mistake to vote for Boehner.He brings nothing to the table except gossip.

Since: Jul 08

We will not go gentle

#31 Oct 17, 2010
It's time for Boehner to go. He seems to just assume that all his cronies in DC will sweep him in as Speaker, without seemingly a single thought about his own constituents. I haven't heard from him on one single issue I've had a question about--have you?

“Many are cold, Few are frozen”

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#32 Oct 18, 2010
leosnana wrote:
It's time for Boehner to go. He seems to just assume that all his cronies in DC will sweep him in as Speaker, without seemingly a single thought about his own constituents. I haven't heard from him on one single issue I've had a question about--have you?
He's not Pelosi.

That's good enough for me.
Lora1967

AOL

#33 Oct 18, 2010
Sick of democrats!
Muddy

Big Stone Gap, VA

#34 Oct 18, 2010
ballot1 wrote:
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So you are suggesting that we vote for a socialist/fascist who will rubber stamp the elitest agenda?
LOL...here come the teabagger "buzzwords" right on cue...."socialist", "fascist," "elitist agenda," etc. I guess "buzzwords" are easier than addressing real issues, huh? I also guess you think morons Palin and O'Donnell are "intelligent," right? LOL...good post, "Hannity."
Jesse Jackson XVIII

Brownsburg, IN

#35 Oct 19, 2010
I vote for people of Color. I love John Boehner's shade of Orange.

“Many are cold, Few are frozen”

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#36 Oct 19, 2010
I'm enjoying a nice cup of tea now. Couldn't sleep so I'm watching Letterman...

I'll vote for John Boehner, he's a world better than Pelosi.

Just vote for him.....we'll explain why later, once he has your vote.
Seriously

Athens, OH

#37 Oct 19, 2010
A fool! Boehner is a fool who has done nothing for his district besides rely on them for his re-election every two years!

“Many are cold, Few are frozen”

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#38 Oct 20, 2010
Seriously wrote:
A fool! Boehner is a fool who has done nothing for his district besides rely on them for his re-election every two years!
We all make choices, that's kind of the point.

My choice is Boehner, and I think he will do fine as Speaker of the House if that should happen.

Sometimes when we make the choice "all about what they BRING HOME" we are doing nothing but adding to Pork Barrell Spending.

I have had enough Pelosi to last me a lifetime.



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I think her record speaks for itself.

BBBRRRAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA HA!!!!
D

Boston, MA

#39 Oct 22, 2010
Dont trust Boehner
PENNIS GANNON

United States

#40 Oct 22, 2010
ballot1 wrote:
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So you are suggesting that we vote for a socialist/fascist who will rubber stamp the elitest agenda?


it is impossible to be both a fascist and a socialist.

YOU ARE A TOTAL MORON.
RINODETECTOR

Cincinnati, OH

#41 Oct 22, 2010
Bea Toff wrote:
Jesus Christ, if you add Palin's approval with Tan Man's, it's still below Bush's 25%
Take your medication
ping

“Many are cold, Few are frozen”

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#42 Oct 23, 2010
We are only days away from the November vote.

I think the Republicans are calling it

SHOCK & AWE !!!!!!!!!!

Since: Oct 10

Dayton, OH

#43 Oct 23, 2010
I'm not a huge Boehner fan - but to put a rubber stamp for Obama's agenda in office is certainly no answer....I know, I know - Cousoulle has said he wouldn't be that way but we've all seen it in action....its called healthcare reform and when Pelosi needed a vote (ie, Stupak)she got it. Do not think for a minute Cousoulle will not tow the line

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