Democrats in the House say lessons we...

Democrats in the House say lessons were learned

There are 4 comments on the KXMA-TV Dickinson story from Jan 26, 2010, titled Democrats in the House say lessons were learned. In it, KXMA-TV Dickinson reports that:

House Democrats say they've learned some lessons from Tuesday's upset election in Massachusetts.

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Fayetteville, NY

#1 Jan 27, 2010
Arcuri is so full of shyt: LAST time when he BARELY got re-elected he said he would start listening and take a lesson from people's unhappiness.
He didn't. He's a scum and did what he wanted.

Now here he is again saying hell learn a lesson again. Just get rid of this dirtbag he was a fraude DA and he is a fraud cingressman.

Since: Jan 10

East Syracuse, NY

#2 Jan 27, 2010
I can tell by the post that Omalia is obviously a very intelligent and well read person. Articulate too.

I have been a Republican all my life. I supported McCain and would again. But a lot of this comes down to common sense. So sure, we vote out Arcuri and what do we have? A freshman Congressman in the minority. That's going to do a lot for this district -- NOT. I remember Hanna's last campaign and I voted for him, largely because I was so anti-Obama, but he had no platform, no plan, no substance. Nothing has changed. He's a very egotistical wealthy man who wants to see the title Congressman in front of his name. How can he possibly be sympathetic to the plight and problems everyday people in upstate New York face? He doesn't live in our world, never has, and that bothers me. It's that same lack of reality that has Washington so upside down now. I don't think we can risk this. We're walking too thin a line to take chances. And agree or not Omalia, or vote for either man, you should at least show some respect, for both Arcuri and for Hanna. Regardless of their agendas, they're the ones taking the chance and the heat for what is ultimately our behalf.
Long Time Utican

Manlius, NY

#3 Jan 27, 2010
I will be voting for Hanna this coming Election. He now lives in Barneveld (upstate NY), and started out in his business as a sole owner. Everything he has acquired today is because of the hard work HE did to grow his own successful business. He doesn't "owe" anyone anything and will NOT be making decisions in support of anything that doesn't benefit us "common folks".

Acuri has lost the confidence of the NYS voters as he has done absolutely nothing for us. His only concerns are to benefit himself and go along with the political leaders in Washington to further HIS own goals. He is nothing but a puppet.

People all over NYS are going without jobs and facing the loss of their homes and Washinton has done nothing to help the working class. They spent huge sums of our money to support Big Business who, inturn, gave this money back to their own Executives in the form of bonuses! We need politicians to represent us, the Working Class, and to remember it was us that elected them - NOT Big Business!

Since: Jan 10

East Syracuse, NY

#4 Jan 27, 2010
Long Time -- I agree with you 100 percent. But Hanna IS big business too, that's my point. And he didn't build that business from zip, he's easy to build big business with big money. Look, not disagreeing with you, and I lost my job in this economy and nearly my house -- I'm very upset...that's why I said what I said in the earlier post....more big business as usual gets us no where...gets ME and my family no where. The insanity in Washington has to stop...Let's hear what these guys have to say this year, then decide who really can and will help us.

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