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

Bensalem, PA

#21 Oct 17, 2010
Coon is the lesser of two evils.


Since: Jan 09


#22 Oct 17, 2010
J3NK5 wrote:
Coon is the lesser of two evils.
Actually, no, he's the evil of two lessers....

VOTE O'Donnell. At least she's honest and not a socialist.
not a rep or dem

Milton, DE

#24 Oct 17, 2010
the witch is anidiot

New Milford, NJ

#25 Oct 19, 2010
not a rep or dem wrote:
the witch is anidiot
Better a known witch than an underhanded Marxist!!!!

Moorestown, NJ

#26 Oct 19, 2010
He knows more

Farmington, MO

#27 Oct 19, 2010
She da man!


Since: Jan 09


#28 Oct 19, 2010
How could anyone vote again for a tax and spend liberal, whether representing the left or the right?

To vote for more of what the last two years have given us ( last 3.5 years if you consider the 2007 elections) is patently absurd and, actually, quite stupid.

It's really quite simple this time...vote for the person who will cut spending and lower your taxes. Who might that be in this particular race?


Philadelphia, PA

#29 Oct 19, 2010
Even by Republican standards, O'Donnell is just too stupid and incompetent to hold public office.
Bill M

Ringoes, NJ

#30 Oct 19, 2010
She stands for freedon!!

Townsend, DE

#31 Oct 19, 2010
I only clicked this name so I could comment.
Why are people choosing the lesser of two evils.We need a do over.
Katherine J. Messer

Hamburg, PA

#32 Oct 19, 2010
O'Donnell is totally unfit for office. She can't answer the simplest question intelligently. We need people in Washington with a brain...which she does not have.
madeleine jenny

Greenwich, NJ

#33 Oct 19, 2010
he is truthful
Tom Hammer

Kennett Square, PA

#34 Oct 19, 2010
O'Donnell has told lie after lie--do I have to list them? Further, she even said recently that people were in the bushes spying on her. Or, how about knowing about a secret plot of China against the U.S. McCain's daughter and the head of the Republican party in DE both said that she is incompetent! Coons is an awesome person--highly ethical, very thoughtful, and in spite of O'Donnell's slur in the first debate, he grew up poor and understands the struggles of those with little money.
Linda Maxwell

West Chester, PA

#35 Oct 19, 2010
He is qualified. She is not.

Kennett Square, PA

#36 Oct 20, 2010
Ignorant O'Donnell in the Senate wold be a disaster

Big Stone Gap, VA

#37 Oct 20, 2010
The Last Templar wrote:
You have to think about this, Delaware? A bright, articulate, honest and forthright conservative versus an avowed Marxist?
It's illogical to try to deficit spend your way out of a recession.......AND IT'S INSANE TO SPEND WHAT THEY HAVE SPENT. You all know that. And this country is headed to an economic disaster. Smart economists know that the slight surge in stocks portends real disaster in the near future. Great article in MONEY magazine warning investors to pull out soon...
You don't trust Fox, or Beck, or Limbaugh... so, HOW ABOUT CNN?
It's YOUR money too. If you don't see another thing before you vote this November, see this from CNN's Ric Sanchez ( "Economic Disaster" looming):
http://www.youtube.com/watch ...
Just straight up...O'Donnell is a F*****G moron!!! Does DE really need a moron in Congress? I know it is trendy for clueless, loudmouthed buffoons to run for congress, but you do realize that these morons will have to actually DO SOMETHING.....write laws, make budgets, etc. Oh wait...maybe not! The Republic party's mantra now is just say "NO" and do nothing at all!! Also, thank Bush and the Republic congress for the beginnings of the economic downfall; after all, they pissed away a 400 billion dollar SURPLUS left by Clinton and turned it into a massive deficit.....shades of Ronald Reagan!!!!
Ed Jones

Brooklyn, NY

#38 Oct 20, 2010
To blame Obama and the democrats for the economic mess Bush got us into--and to ignore the steady but slow progress we have made since January 2009--seems irresponsible. Plus I've never confused the ability to throw critics on the defensive--and the failure to address legitimate concerns by reporters and others, as Christine O'Donnell has done--with competence and courage.

Norristown, PA

#39 Oct 20, 2010
Coon knows the issues and shows very good judgment on them. O'Donnell is the complete opposite.
John Patrick Seyler

Kennett Square, PA

#41 Oct 20, 2010
Chris Coon will represent the majority of
Delawarians. He has the education and experience that is required for the job.
O'Donell does not.

Chico, CA

#42 Oct 20, 2010
John Patrick Seyler wrote:
Chris Coon will represent the majority of
Delawarians. He has the education and experience that is required for the job.
O'Donell does not.
Coons has the experience alright. Obama will tell him how to vote and he will vote that way. We would be better off just sending Obama two rubber stamps for the State of Delaware. One says Senator Coons votes Yes and One says Senator Coons votes NO. Then Obama has his votes and we don't have to look at or hear Coons.

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