Who do you support for U.S. House in Missouri (District 6) in 2010?

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Hesadamncook

Rock Port, MO

#1 Oct 15, 2010
ANYONE BUT GRAVES!!! Look at his track record, he continually votes against rural/middle class america.
jay

Ruther Glen, VA

#2 Oct 16, 2010
Best Man for the job
Lobo

United States

#3 Oct 16, 2010
You will have to show me where Graves has voted against rural/middle America. We must break this Hussein strangle hold.
L Bruce

United States

#4 Oct 16, 2010
Sam has always done right in my opinion
Sonya

Toney, AL

#5 Oct 17, 2010
Sam Graves collected $413,000 in farm subsidies from the federal government, but voted against a bill for the state children's health insurance. Graves is a corporate welfare recipient who doesn't represent the Missouri middle class or small businesses and he needs to go.
Easy

Maryville, MO

#6 Oct 17, 2010
Sam will win easily. Democraps are going to have a rough go. At least this part of the country hasn't gone nuts yet.
Critical Thinker

Fort Huachuca, AZ

#7 Oct 18, 2010
This election is wrapped up: Sam will win with ease.
Robbin U. Blind

Cameron, MO

#8 Oct 22, 2010
I agree with Hesadamcrook
Anybody but Graves -- check out how much government his family gets in Farm Subsidies.
I know nothing about Clint Hylton other that "he ain't GRAVES!!"
dumb azz

Maryville, MO

#9 Oct 25, 2010
[QUOTE who="Robbin U. Blind"]I agree with Hesadamcrook
Anybody but Graves -- check out how much government his family gets in Farm Subsidies.
I know nothing about Clint Hylton other that "he ain't GRAVES!!"[/QUOTE]

His family farms, therefore his family gets farm subsidies. His wife teaches and gets a closer parking space at the school. Anything you want to bitch about there? Look at the votes...Graves will win 2 to 1.
Hesadamncrook

Rock Port, MO

#10 Oct 29, 2010
Rated 20% by the ACLU, indicating an anti-civil rights voting record.(Dec 2002)

Rated 0% by the HRC, indicating an anti-gay-rights stance.(Dec 2006)

Rated 22% by the NAACP, indicating an anti-affirmative-action stance.(Dec 2006)

Rated 100% by the US COC, indicating a pro-business voting record.(Dec 2003)

Voted NO on enforcing against anti-gay hate crimes.(Apr 2009)

Voted YES on expanding services for offendors' re-entry into society.(Nov 2007)

Rated 36% by the NEA, indicating a mixed record on public education.(Dec 2003)

Rated 17% by the CAF, indicating opposition to energy independence.(Dec 2006)

Rated 10% by the LCV, indicating anti-environment votes.(Dec 2003)

Rated 56% by CATO, indicating a mixed record on trade issues.(Dec 2002)

Rated 0% by APHA, indicating a anti-public health voting record.(Dec 2003)

Rated 0% by the AFL-CIO, indicating an anti-union voting record.(Dec 2003)

Rated 0% by the AU, indicating opposition to church-state separation.(Dec 2006)

Rated 0% by the ARA, indicating an anti-senior voting record.(Dec 2003)
Hesadamncrook

Rock Port, MO

#11 Oct 29, 2010
dh

Kansas City, MO

#12 Nov 2, 2010
No to Obummer
AquaBuddha

Kansas City, MO

#13 Nov 2, 2010
Is he any relation to Gregory Graves. Oops that was Harvey Brunswick wasn't it.
Chyna Cassidy

Blue Springs, MO

#14 Nov 2, 2010
Sam Graves has a history of self-interest instead of that of his constituents. Besides, he is an A-hole.
Lamoni resident

Lamoni, IA

#15 Nov 20, 2010
Is anyone old enough to remember the popular Jerry Litton, who ran for the Senate and won the primary, and then lost his life - along with all his family and the pilot and another young man - in a plane crash on the way to the victory celebration? Anyone remember the very nice polite young Republican, Tom Coleman? Anyone remember Pat Danner, the very pretty lady, I thought. We had three good ones, years ago. From both parties.

In l976, John Danforth was elected to the Senate, against Hearnes, and many Democrats who had supported Litton or Symington in the primary, voted for Danforth. Danforth is a gentleman, but awfully naive -= about Tower and Thomas, especially.
Lamoni resident

Lamoni, IA

#16 Nov 20, 2010
AquaBuddha wrote:
Is he any relation to Gregory Graves. Oops that was Harvey Brunswick wasn't it.
thank you for keeping that name alive. It was a very funny sideshow of this past election. I keep imagining a bottle shaped like a seated buddha, with turquoise blue shampoo in it.
wpww

Greenwood, MO

#17 Nov 29, 2010
randy weaver for president rip T.M
blank

Polo, MO

#18 Dec 12, 2010
me
betterdeadthanre d

Sedalia, MO

#19 Apr 17, 2011
Hesadamncrook wrote:
Rated 20% by the ACLU, indicating an anti-civil rights voting record.(Dec 2002)
Rated 0% by the HRC, indicating an anti-gay-rights stance.(Dec 2006)
Rated 22% by the NAACP, indicating an anti-affirmative-action stance.(Dec 2006)
Rated 100% by the US COC, indicating a pro-business voting record.(Dec 2003)
Voted NO on enforcing against anti-gay hate crimes.(Apr 2009)
Voted YES on expanding services for offendors' re-entry into society.(Nov 2007)
Rated 36% by the NEA, indicating a mixed record on public education.(Dec 2003)
Rated 17% by the CAF, indicating opposition to energy independence.(Dec 2006)
Rated 10% by the LCV, indicating anti-environment votes.(Dec 2003)
Rated 56% by CATO, indicating a mixed record on trade issues.(Dec 2002)
Rated 0% by APHA, indicating a anti-public health voting record.(Dec 2003)
Rated 0% by the AFL-CIO, indicating an anti-union voting record.(Dec 2003)
Rated 0% by the AU, indicating opposition to church-state separation.(Dec 2006)
Rated 0% by the ARA, indicating an anti-senior voting record.(Dec 2003)
If your figures are correct;
A 100% pro-business voting record with the Chamber of Commerce = Capitalist
A 0% pro-union voting record with the AFL-CIO = Captialist
I say that if this man is for business and against communism, he is far better than the marxist in the White House.

“Not who you think I am”

Since: Dec 07

Randolph, MO

#20 Apr 18, 2011
The big one, the one that got told over and over, was the one with the dark-at-day time. You know, when the moon gets in the way of the sun. At that time you can get a real good look at a star when it's up next to the sun. (Next to it in the sky, that is. Not next to it for real. You know what I mean.) They went off and got a good look at a star that was very near the sun, and then they used a book to see just what spot that star was in. You see, the rays from the star pass so near the sun that they get bent, on the way to us. Old Al, his idea said just how much the rays get bent. With Izzy, the rays get bent, too, but only by half as much. So they took a look at the star, and they took at look at the big book, and ... well, I'll bet you can tell me as well as I can tell you just how far off that star was.

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