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Fitchburg mayor, two state reps, support Coakley - Sentinel & E...

There are 16 comments on the Sentinel & Enterprise story from Sep 15, 2009, titled Fitchburg mayor, two state reps, support Coakley - Sentinel & E.... In it, Sentinel & Enterprise reports that:

Some local officials, including Fitchburg Mayor Lisa Wong, state Rep. Stephen DiNatale, D-Fitchburg, and state Sen.

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Now that is funny

Fitchburg, MA

#1 Sep 15, 2009
With those three losers supporting her she doesn't stand a chance. Who would want endorsement from the 3 Amigos of idiocy?

Good luck Martha, you're going to need more of it now.
donald

Fitchburg, MA

#2 Sep 15, 2009
go figure they are all light weights

Lunenburg

Since: Apr 09

Location hidden

#3 Sep 15, 2009
Coakley...you mean old "hide under her desk" Coakley? This woman has done NOTHING. Any investigations in this state have been facilitated by the FBI as this corrupt political hack won't investigate anyone with a "D" next to their name on the voter registration. Is she looking into Menino's deleted emails and his obstruction of justice regarding the Dianne Wilkerson case?? NOPE she is hiding under her desk...as usual.
Jim

Fitchburg, MA

#4 Sep 15, 2009
There have certainly been many cases that her office has dropped the ball on, was it for political reasons??

The FBI has had to take over several times to investigate corruption in this state when her office has turned her back on it.

Even the recent Boston City hall investigation into emails is being forwarded to the FBI because of a lack of confidence in her office to investigate
J_in _Ward _1

Lowell, MA

#5 Sep 15, 2009
Article title is wrong - it is a state rep and a state senator endorsing her, not two state reps.
Darn Tootin from W Newton

Boston, MA

#6 Sep 15, 2009
Coakley is probably a very nice person. But, she has zero backbone. I agree with the Posters above. She has turned her back on corruption that is happening within Mass. She will be manhandled and manipulated by those who have their own personal agendas. Again, she appears to be a real sweetheart of a person, but that is not what we need.

The cops love her. As AG, She would never dream of stepping up to any corruption within law enforcement........
Bob

North Billerica, MA

#7 Sep 15, 2009
DiNatale has become one of the boyz up in Beacon Hill. Very disapointing.
Blueboy

Newton Upper Falls, MA

#9 Sep 15, 2009
I don't think we need a mayor,state senator and a state house rep.to help us in deciding how and who we should vote for in the new U S Senators race.
Misfortune Teller

Princeton, MA

#10 Sep 15, 2009
SHOW ME A LIBERAL USELESS DEMOCRAT RUNNING FOR A HIGHER OFFICE IN GOVERNMENT, And you'll see the Gravy train of useless blind followers waiting to assist in clogging the process of politics......

I don't know if its Massachusetts politics as usual, OR Jen's love of Gravy?

Will we ever learn..........NOPE
See yea later

Fitchburg, MA

#11 Sep 15, 2009
What a joke i wouldn't want those three idiot liberals backing me. I don't know much about Coakley other than the fact she doesn't pursue many cases. The last thing we need is another liberal broad running for office...
donald

Somerville, MA

#12 Sep 15, 2009
See yea later wrote:
What a joke i wouldn't want those three idiot liberals backing me. I don't know much about Coakley other than the fact she doesn't pursue many cases. The last thing we need is another liberal broad running for office...
correct,these are despicable humans,in marcus case a terd
sonny brisebois

Fitchburg, MA

#13 Sep 15, 2009
This is one of the few times I agree with Mayor Wong. As far as a good representation goes, she's on point. I hope my vote doesn't hurt her chances. Good Luck Ms. Coakley. Our State needs you!

Lunenburg

Since: Apr 09

Location hidden

#14 Sep 16, 2009
sonny brisebois wrote:
This is one of the few times I agree with Mayor Wong. As far as a good representation goes, she's on point. I hope my vote doesn't hurt her chances. Good Luck Ms. Coakley. Our State needs you!
Did you not see the FACT that she has refused to investigate Menino for obstruction of Justice the same day she is lauding on the News the opening of our State's electronic crime unit?? Are there people really this simple in the mind that are allowed to vote?? His office deleted email DIRECTLY related to a FBI criminal investigation and she won't look into it?? My God you people are getting EXACTLY what you deserve. Criminals...
MSA

Windham, NH

#16 Sep 16, 2009
As Sen Flanagen was quoted: "I think Martha is a strong advocate for the citizens of Massachusetts," Flanagan said. "She's proven that, especially for our area." Well I have to ask Ms Flanagen: What has Ms Coakley ever done for the people of Ashby? Does Ms Coakley (and you too) even know Ashby exists!!?? How often did you show up this past summer at Ashby's band concerts on Wed nights? Can you tell us how many times you did show up to at least let the citizens of Ashby know you are there to hear their concerns? And while I'm at it: what's the status on the Berhardt Rd and Wheeler Rd bridges?? Will they ever be rebuilt in our lifetime. Has Ashby even got one dime of the Federal stimulus $$$??

I'll probably be voting for Mr Capuano now that Mr Lynch has decided not to run for US Senate. MA State Sen Brown should stay right where he is. We need a better balance of Dems/Repubs in this state of MA at the state level.
JAFO

Leominster, MA

#17 Sep 17, 2009
Please support State Senator Scott Brown (R) as he runs for the the vacant senate seat. www.brownforussenate.com The state needs some balance in Washington and it is time for the people with commonsense to let their voices be heard.
J_in_Ward_1

Wellesley, MA

#18 Sep 19, 2009
JAFO wrote:
Please support State Senator Scott Brown (R) as he runs for the the vacant senate seat. www.brownforussenate.com The state needs some balance in Washington and it is time for the people with commonsense to let their voices be heard.
You know, usually it's a good thing for a candidate to have a cosmopolitan outlook. But in Brown's case I don't know.

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