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Mass. Senate poll shows shift toward GOP candidate

There are 636 comments on the Lubbock Avalanche story from Jan 15, 2010, titled Mass. Senate poll shows shift toward GOP candidate. In it, Lubbock Avalanche reports that:

A poll just days before the special Senate race in Massachusetts shows a shift in favor of the Republican Party - a potential disaster for President Barack Obama and his Democratic political agenda.

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Joe

Winter Garden, FL

#1 Jan 15, 2010
Go to WWW.RedinvadesBlue.com and donate $50 or $100 to Scott Brown and we can help him run TV ads this weekend and Monday AND IF HE'S ELECTED WE CAN DEFEAT OBAMACARE!

This is critical as the Dems will lose their supermajority of 60 out of 100 seats in the Senate.

You can also volunteer to make phone calls to Mass voters this weekend and on Monday night at his website.

If he wins they will only have 59 and cannot prevent a filibuster.

The Dems have locked the public out of the entire process,.....screw them. They want to cut half a TRILLION DOLLARS out of MEDICARE. Unbelievable.

Now is your chance to actually DO SOMETHING!!!!!
edith

Buena Vista, CO

#2 Jan 15, 2010
Joe wrote:
Go to WWW.RedinvadesBlue.com and donate $50 or $100 to Scott Brown and we can help him run TV ads this weekend and Monday AND IF HE'S ELECTED WE CAN DEFEAT OBAMACARE!
This is critical as the Dems will lose their supermajority of 60 out of 100 seats in the Senate.
You can also volunteer to make phone calls to Mass voters this weekend and on Monday night at his website.
If he wins they will only have 59 and cannot prevent a filibuster.
The Dems have locked the public out of the entire process,.....screw them. They want to cut half a TRILLION DOLLARS out of MEDICARE. Unbelievable.
Now is your chance to actually DO SOMETHING!!!!!
yeah! the republicans need more money. I wouldn't vote for a republican but I won't be surprised or disappointed if he wins. let's see how much of an "independent thinker" this moderate really is. maybe him and lieberman can "run" the senate. or, ruin it.
Robert

Roswell, GA

#3 Jan 15, 2010
Never happen,

I have confidence in our president. He will mobilize his union thugs, the ones he just made a deal with on the cadilliac healthcare plans and they and their acorn friends will truck in voters and intimidate the opposition until democrats vote as many times as necessary to beat the republicians.
storm warning

Luxemburg, WI

#4 Jan 15, 2010

“Your Own Peace Prize Inside”

Since: Mar 07

Hyannis, Mass

#5 Jan 15, 2010
edith wrote:
<quoted text>yeah! the republicans need more money. I wouldn't vote for a republican but I won't be surprised or disappointed if he wins. let's see how much of an "independent thinker" this moderate really is. maybe him and lieberman can "run" the senate. or, ruin it.
Ol' Teddy will be spinning in his grave next week.
Even the democrats up there were sick of him, but kept putting him back in because of his "standing" in senate.
He didn't represent the people of Massachusettes, rather the liberal elite of D.C.
Let's talk "Cape Wind".

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Pierce

United States

#6 Jan 15, 2010
If Obama democrat operatives are pushing reporters who are asking question of Coakley, just imagine what Obama and his democrat cronies have in store for voters and ballots.

Keep a lock on those ballot boxes!

“Your Own Peace Prize Inside”

Since: Mar 07

Hyannis, Mass

#7 Jan 15, 2010
The "right" will show up and vote... the disenchanted left will be too lazy or unmotivated to show up...
who-cares

Andover, MA

#8 Jan 15, 2010
Coakley and Pelosi are clones
progressive

Lamoni, IA

#9 Jan 15, 2010
edith wrote:
<quoted text>yeah! the republicans need more money. I wouldn't vote for a republican but I won't be surprised or disappointed if he wins. let's see how much of an "independent thinker" this moderate really is. maybe him and lieberman can "run" the senate. or, ruin it.
So you know the term: "rule or ruin." That is what the Republican Senate leadership does - Mitch McConnell as Senate leader, with the help of Rush and the dittoheads, threatening not to vote for any RINO who casts an independent vote, and the Club of Growth funding a primary challenge to any RINO, so-called. do you want deadlock for 3 years? Do you really support ruining the political process, and rewarding thsoe who practice a rule or ruin strategy? It has been admitted to, openly, by Senator deMint, who calls defeat of the health reform bill a Waterloo, to destroy Obama's Presidency. That would get called treason if a Democrat had said it about Bush and Cheney.
progressive

Lamoni, IA

#10 Jan 15, 2010
If Democrats had a national party chairman being bossed around by a media boss the way that Steele has been treated by Rush and the dittoheads, and a groveller and a book-peddler on GOP time, just think what Republicans would be saying about him! as it is, the Republicans are the ones who are divided about Steele. hope lots of folks have the guts to go out and vote for the ron Paul candidate! If that is what they believe, they should vote for the candidate who has those positive beliefs. Instead of putting their hatred for Democrats, and unreasoning emotions, ahead of their principles, and supporting Brown, who is trying to be mostly the candidate of being anti, and pandering to the folks who buy the usual cliches, and style - tall male with nice smile and cute family stuff. He is a throwback to the l950's, or Romney, at least.
progressive

Lamoni, IA

#11 Jan 15, 2010
Pierce wrote:
If Obama democrat operatives are pushing reporters who are asking question of Coakley, just imagine what Obama and his democrat cronies have in store for voters and ballots.
Keep a lock on those ballot boxes!
You are for Rubio, I assume?

Since: Sep 07

Location hidden

#12 Jan 15, 2010
does it make sense to approve an amnesty when there are so many americans out of work and in need at this time?

this is what the obama adminstration wants to do at this time.

here we are with over 10% unemployment across the united states, and these guys want to give our jobs over to foreigners.

unbelievable.

if this bullshit keeps coming from obama, I see the highly touted democratic majority becoming a democratic minority in the not too distant future.

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#13 Jan 15, 2010
Who would have thought? This is the most damming proof of Americans hatred of this corrupt Health Care Bill AND this corrupt president AND his corrupt Administration.
The Old Coach

Spring, TX

#14 Jan 15, 2010
progressive wrote:
<quoted text>So you know the term: "rule or ruin." That is what the Republican Senate leadership does - Mitch McConnell as Senate leader, with the help of Rush and the dittoheads, threatening not to vote for any RINO who casts an independent vote, and the Club of Growth funding a primary challenge to any RINO, so-called. do you want deadlock for 3 years? Do you really support ruining the political process, and rewarding thsoe who practice a rule or ruin strategy? It has been admitted to, openly, by Senator deMint, who calls defeat of the health reform bill a Waterloo, to destroy Obama's Presidency. That would get called treason if a Democrat had said it about Bush and Cheney.
You hypocrites had plenty to say from 2000-2008. We will compare the defeat of the health care bill to VE and VJ day! Rule or ruin is why your demorat traitors in DC are meeting behind closed doors. They know if Brown wins the election, it's all over but the crying! Eighty percent of Americans who don't want this bill ARE the political process. Most of us are tired of a minority ramming something down our throat! Go Scott!

"In all due respect, you're not running against Bush and Cheney, you're running against me!"
Journeyman 71234

Seattle, WA

#15 Jan 15, 2010
Looks like even MASS Souls don't want Obama's communism and death panels. There are still a few true Americans left in the north east.
Tony

Homosassa, FL

#16 Jan 15, 2010
Teddy's Pickled corpse will be spinning next week. Finally an end in sight for the inbred drunken nightmare known as the Kennedys
KdKtznjmmr

United States

#17 Jan 15, 2010
progressive wrote:
<quoted text>It has been admitted to, openly, by Senator deMint, who calls defeat of the health reform bill a Waterloo, to destroy Obama's Presidency.
A defeat of the health care monstrosity would be what the majority of Americans want. The ONLY reason it has a chance of passing is because of democratic dominance in both the House and Senate and the bribes they've payed with taxpayer money - OUR money.

If the democrats and you so-called "progressives" were sincere and genuinely committed to what you say your goals are, you should be working day and night to defeat this abomination. That most of you are doing the opposite is deeply revealing. Your reasons are as plain as day. They are also the most transparent and pathetic of reasons: you're desperate for something you can call a "win" as an alleged demonstration of your perceived political power. Shame on all of you.

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#18 Jan 15, 2010
The party is over. The democratic party that is.
That didn't last very long. Obama has gone over like a fart in Church. He's dragging down a lot of decent democrats with him. They are stupid for aligning themselves with that stupid, corrupt, inept, lying phony. It's their own fault. They hitched their star to a big, fat, sneaky, loser. The tale is being told in Massachusetts. At least I can spell it correctly. Isn't that the 57th State? He's an idiot.
KdKtznjmmr

United States

#19 Jan 15, 2010
Whether Brown wins or not, the message is clear. Massachusetts is a bluer than blue state. Dems outnumber reps nearly 3-1. If citizens were behind this leftist administration, this race would NOT be in doubt.

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Since: May 09

Deluxe Motel Mecca

#20 Jan 15, 2010
them fu--ing democrats will never accept defeat up there in that weird place, they will steal the election when they lose it...that's the way them racist KKK democrats in charge up there do buisness.

what would you expect from people that put a drunken, murdering, piece of slime back into office after he murdered a girl, and then lied thru his teeth about it.

that state is like some foreign nation or some shit like that

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