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Mass. Democrats' return to Capitol Hill less powerful - Sentinel & Enterprise

There are 7 comments on the Sentinel & Enterprise story from Nov 5, 2010, titled Mass. Democrats' return to Capitol Hill less powerful - Sentinel & Enterprise. In it, Sentinel & Enterprise reports that:

As Massachusetts goes, so goes California. Or is it, as California goes, so goes Massachusetts? Liberal Democrats won big in both coastal states -- Gov.

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Milwaukee, WI

#1 Nov 8, 2010
Congradulation.The east and west coast are on a post election sugar high.I wonder
how you all will feel when you
solber up and the bills are due.I forgot,there is always the Obama stach? Wake up people the Goverment is broke.Inflation is comming and the dollar is loosing its value.How is hope and change going for you?

Since: Feb 10

Location hidden

#3 Nov 12, 2010
The beauty of our governing system of checks and balances is that presidential overreach can be curtailed by Congress. To borrow the Obama's own analogy, the voters decided to ditch his drive to take the country on the road to the farthest reaches of the left's progressively ideological hopes and dreams. They instead elected legislators who represent the more reasonable values of mainstream Americans, who reside on the center-right side of the highway. We can therefore expect that over the last two years of what is expected to be Obama's only term in office, Republicans will keep Obama in check, making the passage of any further ideologically driven domestic "spread the wealth" legislation highly unlikely.

Fitchburg, MA

#4 Nov 12, 2010
and thats the reason why Im a diehard LIBERAL and love it
go Barack!!!

Since: Apr 07

Saint Louis, MO

#5 Nov 12, 2010
The Democrats only have themselves to blame.

Oh wait they will continue blaming everything on the Republicans.

Jim Hayden

Fitchburg, MA

#6 Nov 13, 2010
I blame the Republicans for all the nations problems

Since: Apr 07

Fort Campbell, TN

#7 Nov 14, 2010
Stamos wrote:
I blame the Republicans for all the nations problems
Over the past 70 years the Democrats have controlled the Congress. Soi how is everything the Republican's fault.

That is like Barry Soetoto AKA Barack Obama calling the Republicans the Party of NO when the Democrats had a Super Majority in both houses of the Congress.

The Democrats could have passed anything they wanted to and there was no one to stop them. Except for their fellow Democrats.

Jim Hayden
sick of punks

Fitchburg, MA

#8 Nov 15, 2010
Looks like the wage earning taxpayers are finally outnumbered by the losers on the public dole in Taxachusetts. The takers are outnumbering those who support them.

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