Who do you support for U.S. Senate in...
hello

Boston, MA

#935 Aug 28, 2012
Florida Retiree wrote:
It's pretty clear IMO that Sen. Scott Brown will be re-elected along with President Obama.
This statement is half right for sure.
huh

Leominster, MA

#936 Aug 28, 2012
Voter wrote:
You'd never see Warren in a centerfold of any magazine and that's the truth
if she had it would be a scandal, but not for him. double standard. when I was growing up we shared the same last name as someone in a cabinet post and it wasn't a common name -according to my dad we were distantly related. it would have been tempting when I was 18 or even 22 to use that info to my advantage to get into a school. I don't know if I could blame her for the Cherokee thing - if I were 1/32 Cherokee I'd think that was kinda cool at that age.
Florida Retiree

Bradenton Beach, FL

#937 Aug 28, 2012
hello wrote:
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This statement is half right for sure.


You'll see in November that's 100% right. That's all I am going to say about that!
Florida Retiree

Bradenton Beach, FL

#938 Aug 28, 2012
huh wrote:
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if she had it would be a scandal, but not for him. double standard. when I was growing up we shared the same last name as someone in a cabinet post and it wasn't a common name -according to my dad we were distantly related. it would have been tempting when I was 18 or even 22 to use that info to my advantage to get into a school. I don't know if I could blame her for the Cherokee thing - if I were 1/32 Cherokee I'd think that was kinda cool at that age.


I know, you are Jay Silvertoes! Right?
huh

Leominster, MA

#939 Aug 28, 2012
Florida Retiree wrote:
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I know, you are Jay Silvertoes! Right?
hahahahaha. that would be a little obvious. lol
Florida Retiree

Bradenton Beach, FL

#940 Aug 28, 2012
hello wrote:
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This statement is half right for sure.


I hope it's a 100% right. We cannot afford to Change for the sake of Change again, we already did that once.

Mr. Romney tried his hand at running MA and did not do well at all with it IMO and that is just a State, after seeing his performance with that I don't want to see what he does with the whole U.S. of A.

When you see a rift in his own Party that also tells you something. I am not a Political Party guy, I prefer to be Independent and vote for who shows they can perform in politics and be for the country and the working people like Sen. Brown does, and to coin an old phrase; Mr. Romney is No Sen. Brown.....

I had a conversation with a fellow on here and asked him to list Mr. Romneys accomplishments while Gov. and he could not do it, if someone can tell me what Mr. Romney did as Gov. for MA and why I should vote for him, then I am all ears, but no one can do that for me.
Florida Retiree

Bradenton Beach, FL

#941 Aug 28, 2012
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hello

Boston, MA

#942 Aug 28, 2012
huh wrote:
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if she had it would be a scandal, but not for him. double standard. when I was growing up we shared the same last name as someone in a cabinet post and it wasn't a common name -according to my dad we were distantly related. it would have been tempting when I was 18 or even 22 to use that info to my advantage to get into a school. I don't know if I could blame her for the Cherokee thing - if I were 1/32 Cherokee I'd think that was kinda cool at that age.
She would never pose nude because no magazine would pay for that. There's always been folklore and skimpy evidence in my husband's family too about them being part native-american. They used to laugh about trying to use it on college applications or getting a piece of the action at Foxwoods, etc. It's outrageous that she actually took that step to get ahead. It's a real insult to actual native-americans.
hello

Boston, MA

#943 Aug 28, 2012
Florida Retiree wrote:
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I hope it's a 100% right. We cannot afford to Change for the sake of Change again, we already did that once.
Mr. Romney tried his hand at running MA and did not do well at all with it IMO and that is just a State, after seeing his performance with that I don't want to see what he does with the whole U.S. of A.
When you see a rift in his own Party that also tells you something. I am not a Political Party guy, I prefer to be Independent and vote for who shows they can perform in politics and be for the country and the working people like Sen. Brown does, and to coin an old phrase; Mr. Romney is No Sen. Brown.....
I had a conversation with a fellow on here and asked him to list Mr. Romneys accomplishments while Gov. and he could not do it, if someone can tell me what Mr. Romney did as Gov. for MA and why I should vote for him, then I am all ears, but no one can do that for me.
This link is all about Romney. Do with it what you will but it was posted before.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Governorship_of_...

Oh and I think the change for the sake of change was when we elected Obama. "Hope" too but that didn't work out too good did it?
huh

Leominster, MA

#944 Aug 28, 2012
hello wrote:
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This link is all about Romney. Do with it what you will but it was posted before.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Governorship_of_...
Oh and I think the change for the sake of change was when we elected Obama. "Hope" too but that didn't work out too good did it?
Did you read the last line under the section tiled Economic growth and jobs -"Economists note that governors have relatively little impact on their state's employment numbers, good or bad, as these are dominated by forces beyond their control"
Just Facts

Framingham, MA

#945 Aug 28, 2012
I started a thread on Candidates Records...if interested in FACTUAL DATA about candidates, lets discuss FACTS not rhetoric.
Florida Retiree

Bradenton Beach, FL

#946 Aug 28, 2012
hello wrote:
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This link is all about Romney. Do with it what you will but it was posted before.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Governorship_of_...
Oh and I think the change for the sake of change was when we elected Obama. "Hope" too but that didn't work out too good did it?


Thank you.

Well no, but we still have Hope!

From the write up you sent he had a pretty low rating as Gov. when he decided not to seek a second term. Along with this and seeing him in the debate with the late Sen. Kennedy made me feel he is just not political enough to be in public office. IMO he should remain in the private sector.
jay silverheels

Brookline, NH

#947 Aug 28, 2012
Florida Retiree wrote:
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I hope it's a 100% right. We cannot afford to Change for the sake of Change again, we already did that once.
Mr. Romney tried his hand at running MA and did not do well at all with it IMO and that is just a State, after seeing his performance with that I don't want to see what he does with the whole U.S. of A.
When you see a rift in his own Party that also tells you something. I am not a Political Party guy, I prefer to be Independent and vote for who shows they can perform in politics and be for the country and the working people like Sen. Brown does, and to coin an old phrase; Mr. Romney is No Sen. Brown.....
I had a conversation with a fellow on here and asked him to list Mr. Romneys accomplishments while Gov. and he could not do it, if someone can tell me what Mr. Romney did as Gov. for MA and why I should vote for him, then I am all ears, but no one can do that for me.
well,with the help of his secretary of transportation, bring
the RMV into the 20th century.
more importantly, he did no harm in the bluest state in the USA.
I have been around since the IKE years, and Obama is by far the
most devisive president i have seen in my lifetime. The media did
us a great disservice by not vetting this man, he is in way over
his head and needs to go.
Florida Retiree

Bradenton Beach, FL

#948 Aug 28, 2012
jay silverheels wrote:
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well,with the help of his secretary of transportation, bring
the RMV into the 20th century.
more importantly, he did no harm in the bluest state in the USA.
I have been around since the IKE years, and Obama is by far the
most devisive president i have seen in my lifetime. The media did
us a great disservice by not vetting this man, he is in way over
his head and needs to go.
Well you know Chief Jay (I assume you've been promoted), I tend to agree with you. However, putting this guy in over what we have, I think is not going to fix anything, so why do it? It's like cutting off your nose to spite your face....
jay silverheels

Brookline, NH

#949 Aug 28, 2012
Florida Retiree wrote:
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Well you know Chief Jay (I assume you've been promoted), I tend to agree with you. However, putting this guy in over what we have, I think is not going to fix anything, so why do it? It's like cutting off your nose to spite your face....
you may be right sir, but i think we need a fresh start.
Florida Retiree

Bradenton Beach, FL

#950 Aug 29, 2012
jay silverheels wrote:
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you may be right sir, but i think we need a fresh start.
We'll get the fresh start in another four years as the American people won't make a change with this candidate and Sen. Brown will be re-elected also.

ChiefJay, did you get full head set to replace that single feather?
Vet 72

Epping, NH

#951 Aug 29, 2012
Florida Retiree wrote:
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I hope it's a 100% right. We cannot afford to Change for the sake of Change again, we already did that once.
Mr. Romney tried his hand at running MA and did not do well at all with it IMO and that is just a State, after seeing his performance with that I don't want to see what he does with the whole U.S. of A.
When you see a rift in his own Party that also tells you something. I am not a Political Party guy, I prefer to be Independent and vote for who shows they can perform in politics and be for the country and the working people like Sen. Brown does, and to coin an old phrase; Mr. Romney is No Sen. Brown.....
I had a conversation with a fellow on here and asked him to list Mr. Romneys accomplishments while Gov. and he could not do it, if someone can tell me what Mr. Romney did as Gov. for MA and why I should vote for him, then I am all ears, but no one can do that for me.
I think you're 100% right about Brown and Rommey.Mitt Romney only worked for half of his term when he was the gov.Most of his time was spent touring the country and setting himself up for his presidental run. Another thing that bothers me is that he's already saber-rattling about Iran. If this man gets elected this country will be in another war.It sickens me how all of the chickenhawks on the right have no problem sending everyone but their own kids off to war.
Wow

Boston, MA

#952 Aug 29, 2012
Vet 72 wrote:
<quoted text>I think you're 100% right about Brown and Rommey.Mitt Romney only worked for half of his term when he was the gov.Most of his time was spent touring the country and setting himself up for his presidental run. Another thing that bothers me is that he's already saber-rattling about Iran. If this man gets elected this country will be in another war.It sickens me how all of the chickenhawks on the right have no problem sending everyone but their own kids off to war.
Do you really NOT SEE the hypocrisy in what you say about Romney. All the PRESIDENT has been doing for the last 2 years is campaigning!!

And retiree wrote Romney's not "political" enough. That's actually a good thing. The last thing we need is just another politician. We need someone who can lead. We definitely don't have that now.
American

United States

#953 Aug 29, 2012
I'm voting for Brown Warren is a manipulator and a liar the latest news about her is disgusting She claims she doesn't know anything about an altercation between a cab driver and an alleged Republican tracker First of all Warren was outside of the car as the driver approached the camera man and then she got in the car You mean to say she just sat in the car without questioning what the driver was doing She didn't hear or see anything? Another lie. She also got inside a private car not a cab that driver was hired by Warren No stranger would get himself that involved how do we know it wasn't a political ploy by Warren for press coverage It just so happens this incident allegedly occured after the most recent polls showed Brown ahead and let's not forget the RNC just began And they wanted to cut Ann romneys speech from prime time coverage but they put garbage about Warren on the news What a waste She can't even tell the truth.
Woweee

Medford, MA

#954 Aug 29, 2012
Wow wrote:
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Do you really NOT SEE the hypocrisy in what you say about Romney. All the PRESIDENT has been doing for the last 2 years is campaigning!!
And retiree wrote Romney's not "political" enough. That's actually a good thing. The last thing we need is just another politician. We need someone who can lead. We definitely don't have that now.
And let's not forget that Obama was in the middle of his FIRST term as senator when he practically quit to run for president.

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