Republican Suzanne Miles wins House s...

Republican Suzanne Miles wins House seat from Democrats in another 7th District squeaker

There are 103 comments on the Free Republic story from Dec 10, 2013, titled Republican Suzanne Miles wins House seat from Democrats in another 7th District squeaker. In it, Free Republic reports that:

Republican Suzanne Miles appears to have won the 7th [Kentucky] state House District by 112 votes - a landslide compared to the five-vote victory last year by the man Miles will replace, former Rep. John Arnold.

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LRC Harassment

Morgantown, IN

#71 Dec 16, 2013
LRC Harassment wrote:
Granted Yolanda & Cassaundra were sleeping around with multiple people.
Actually, and surely you're aware, their past, current, and/or future behaviors are not relevant to John Arnold's harassment charge. The above statement is a perfectly wimpy passive-aggressive tactic which serves only to further discredit Arnold and ultimately Stumbo.

“WE'VE MET THE ENEMY. HE IS US.”

Since: Jan 08

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#72 Dec 16, 2013
LRC Harassment wrote:
Granted Yolanda & Cassaundra were sleeping around with multiple people.
Blame the victim. Sure, that's the Democrat tactic to win the female vote and the minority vote. Blame the African-American females who were subjected to inappropriate behaviors and vulgar comments from their old White male superior in the workplace. Yep, that'll get votes from people of color and females. Go right ahead.

http://www.scribd.com/doc/172496762/Costner-C...

“THE LEFT IS ATTEMPTING A COUP”

Since: May 11

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#73 Dec 17, 2013
Dry Your Eyes wrote:
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Appearantly not as disappointed as the American people are in the Republican Party. Sorry about your luck!
The voters are forgetting WHO is president and HAS BEEN for the past 5+yeras! Why are they afraid to hold him accountable for his actions? Republicans have warned the public about his policies but the public failed to listen.
Reality Check

Owensboro, KY

#75 Dec 17, 2013
Retired SOF wrote:
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The voters are forgetting WHO is president and HAS BEEN for the past 5+yeras! Why are they afraid to hold him accountable for his actions? Republicans have warned the public about his policies but the public failed to listen.
Just because you write something online and right wing pundits repeat their mantras endlessly, does NOT make it a fact. The presidents approval rating is far higher than the Republicans. Fact!
Cat74

Bolingbrook, IL

#79 Dec 17, 2013
Oh no, we know exactly who is President and has been for 5 years. We have sat by and waited for him to do something for this great country beside whine about not getting more money to spend on worthless people, and useless green companies, and those damn Republicans who refuse to take responsibility for his incompetence. He is not King, and not the Chief of the tribe, he is an ordinary man who is in a position he will never be prepared to do, and at this point, "What difference does it make" as his incompetent Secretary of State would say.

Since: Jan 09

Central NJ

#80 Dec 17, 2013
You Dope! Do you take everything at face value? My best intterests are freedom to choo9se and not be herded around like cattle in a chute. I want my fellow citizens to want me to have the health care I want and need, Not what that monkey in the white house wants me to pay for. If it's "affordable" how come it costs more? Presumably, our old policies cost less, wouldn't you agree? If you really think this is better, you're dumber than a post.
My president was elected by dead people.
Regards, Terri
Brock wrote:
The affordable care act is the law. Eligible people in my family have signed up for insurance coverage to start Jan 1st. Why would you not want your fellow citizens to have access to affordable health care, not subject to pre-existing conditions and not subject to cancellation unilaterally by insurance companies. It just amazes me how so many people do not recognize what their best interests are.

Since: Oct 07

Location hidden

#81 Dec 17, 2013
Really Funny wrote:
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Yeah, Republicans are a shoe in for the presidency with their rising popularity with women and minorities...lol
I'll limit my comment to Kentucky politics by stating that Kentucky minorities and Kentucky women are not encouraged by the actions of KY Democrats in Frankfort. When an older white elected Democrat's inappropriate touching and lewd comments to a couple of 40-something year old black female legislative clerical workers are practically ignored and brushed under the rug by Democrat Greg Stumbo, then you gotta realize that the KY black community and the females of KY, regardless of skin color, are watching, are shaking their heads, and are talking, yes, females of all colors and stripes talk! Take a quick look at the two ladies on the right, the two legislative staffers who were humiliated and harassed in their workplace by a Democrat legislator in Frankfort. If we allow these two women to be harassed by keeping silent, then all women are in trouble, your mothers, your sisters, your wives, your daughters.
http://state-journal.smugmug.com/2013/October...
stacy

Camby, IN

#82 Dec 17, 2013
ruby tuesday wrote:
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I'll limit my comment to Kentucky politics by stating that Kentucky minorities and Kentucky women are not encouraged by the actions of KY Democrats in Frankfort. When an older white elected Democrat's inappropriate touching and lewd comments to a couple of 40-something year old black female legislative clerical workers are practically ignored and brushed under the rug by Democrat Greg Stumbo, then you gotta realize that the KY black community and the females of KY, regardless of skin color, are watching, are shaking their heads, and are talking, yes, females of all colors and stripes talk! Take a quick look at the two ladies on the right, the two legislative staffers who were humiliated and harassed in their workplace by a Democrat legislator in Frankfort. If we allow these two women to be harassed by keeping silent, then all women are in trouble, your mothers, your sisters, your wives, your daughters.
http://state-journal.smugmug.com/2013/October...
Preach it, sister. Preach it. Love, loving it.

“THE LEFT IS ATTEMPTING A COUP”

Since: May 11

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#83 Dec 18, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
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Just because you write something online and right wing pundits repeat their mantras endlessly, does NOT make it a fact. The presidents approval rating is far higher than the Republicans. Fact!
Thank you for proving my point! Fives years in office and still NO ONE is holding him accountable.!! Obama's poll numbers are slipping, so their is HOPE for more CHANGE!!
lol

Toledo, OH

#84 Dec 18, 2013
Retired SOF wrote:
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Thank you for proving my point! Fives years in office and still NO ONE is holding him accountable.!! Obama's poll numbers are slipping, so their is HOPE for more CHANGE!!
At least you're more comfortable living in your own alternate reality. Whatever works for ya, toots!
Union Man

Cincinnati, OH

#85 Dec 18, 2013
Retired SOF wrote:
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Thank you for proving my point! Fives years in office and still NO ONE is holding him accountable.!! Obama's poll numbers are slipping, so their is HOPE for more CHANGE!!
Odd....His poll numbers have been going up again for the past week....

AND Obama's numbers are much higher than the GOP CONGRESS!!

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#86 Dec 18, 2013
BS Union Man....
Dec. 11, 2013 12:02 a.m. ET

The federal health-care law is becoming a heavier political burden for President Barack Obama and his party, despite increased confidence in the economy and the public's own generally upbeat sense of well-being, a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll suggests.

Disapproval of Mr. Obama's job performance hit an all-time high in the poll, at 54%, amid the flawed rollout of the health law. Half of those polled now consider the law a bad idea, also a record high.

The survey of 1,000 adults conducted between Dec. 4 and Dec. 8 found a sharp erosion since January in many of the attributes—honesty, leadership, ability to handle a crisis—that had kept Mr. Obama aloft through the economic and political turmoil of his first term.
Union Man

Cincinnati, OH

#87 Dec 18, 2013
hurts donit wrote:
BS Union Man....
Dec. 11, 2013 12:02 a.m. ET
The federal health-care law is becoming a heavier political burden for President Barack Obama and his party, despite increased confidence in the economy and the public's own generally upbeat sense of well-being, a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll suggests.
Disapproval of Mr. Obama's job performance hit an all-time high in the poll, at 54%, amid the flawed rollout of the health law. Half of those polled now consider the law a bad idea, also a record high.
The survey of 1,000 adults conducted between Dec. 4 and Dec. 8 found a sharp erosion since January in many of the attributes—honesty, leadership, ability to handle a crisis—that had kept Mr. Obama aloft through the economic and political turmoil of his first term.
I guess you are illiterate. I said his numbers are up again in the past week.. So naturally you pick a poll that's over a week old.

AND the Democrats are ahead again on the generic congressional ballot

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#88 Dec 18, 2013
since the poll results for this week haven't been released, you must be clairvoyant....or just full of shit...I vote the latter
Union Man

Cincinnati, OH

#89 Dec 18, 2013
hurts donit wrote:
since the poll results for this week haven't been released, you must be clairvoyant....or just full of shit...I vote the latter
Obama's approvals are bad....but the Republicans approvals are MUCH WORSE!!!!
another union man

Orange, VA

#90 Dec 18, 2013
If you like high unemployment the economy in the tank no healthcare a flat stock market.vote REPUBLICAN. I you want to see your 401k grow keep your job and health care. vote DEMOCRAT. Its that simple pick the one you like.
Fedup

Morganfield, KY

#91 Dec 18, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
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Just because you write something online and right wing pundits repeat their mantras endlessly, does NOT make it a fact. The presidents approval rating is far higher than the Republicans. Fact!
Obama's Approval rating is currently lower than Bush 43's was. Sure he's beating the generic "republican congress", but that is irrelevant everybody hates congress, but they like "their" congressman"(it's all those other jerks they hate) And most people like their congressman, republican or democrat, better than the like Obama right now.

Since: Jan 09

Central NJ

#92 Dec 18, 2013
What a distortion! And to think that someone this ignorant can vote! Bring back literacy tests!
My president was elected by dead people!
Regards, Terri
another union man wrote:
If you like high unemployment the economy in the tank no healthcare a flat stock market.vote REPUBLICAN. I you want to see your 401k grow keep your job and health care. vote DEMOCRAT. Its that simple pick the one you like.
max

Orange, VA

#93 Dec 18, 2013
Right now the best thing working people in ky can do is use their energy to fire mitch. He has to go been an embarrassment long enough, DITCH MITCH.
another union man

Baltimore, MD

#94 Dec 18, 2013
If you want a half ass job, at twice the cost and 3 times the normal time to do it. Get the union involved.
Nothing wastes time, energy, resources and money like a union.
We're proud to be union!!!

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