Blue Mass. sees red

Blue Mass. sees red

There are 34 comments on the Berkshire Eagle story from May 16, 2010, titled Blue Mass. sees red. In it, Berkshire Eagle reports that:

In the Republican fight to regain the U.S. House this election cycle, even historically liberal Massachusetts is a battleground, and even in one of its most liberal counties, the Berkshires, GOP supporters are feeling more confident.

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Insanity

Burlington, MA

#23 May 17, 2010
Sanity wrote:
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You betcha!
[:-)
That is cool big daddy-0!
Billsville Buddy

Amsterdam, NY

#24 May 17, 2010
Those that see Red are just closet Republicans anyway.
Uncle Teddy

Stillwater, OK

#25 May 17, 2010
Teddy hereafter :)

"It seems that a couple of weeks ago, Lucifer himself was walking around Hell, observing all the suffering.
He was on a mission to be sure everyone was enduring the maximum pain when he noticed a chubby old guy with white hair sweating and shoveling coal.
The guy was obviously in great distress, but the Devil decided he just wasn't suffering sufficiently.
So, he walked up to the perspiring old fellow and whispered in his ear, "Hey, Teddy, have I told you a Republican got your Senate seat?"
trudat

Northville, NY

#26 May 17, 2010
"The majority of the people feel that they are being dictated to and that our freedoms are slipping away"

Couldn't have said it any better. Everyone is so tired of these far-left liberal extremists that have infiltrated MA schools and entrenched themselves in our political system...and they've managed to do this right under the noses of hard-working MA residents, the majority of whom I'm convinced are conservatives at heart. The good news is that many have finally awaken from their slumber and no doubt plan to make their voices heard loud and clear come November.
HellerCarbonCapN TradeLLC

Rockville, MD

#27 May 18, 2010
signup here wrote:
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well Heller...anybody can run...well maybe not if you have a felony conviction but most anybody
I think you should run since you seem to have answers for everything...maybe Rush would sponor you..how couldl you lose?
signup here wrote:
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well Heller...anybody can run...well maybe not if you have a felony conviction but most anybody
I think you should run since you seem to have answers for everything...maybe Rush would sponor you..how couldl you lose?
Hey pal, were I living full-time in Berkshire County rather than part-time, my name would have been on the ballot for Berkshire County Sheriff this year running as a Conservative Republican -- and I have as much experience in being a sheriff as Carmen Massimiano, Jr. had at the time he was appointed to the position by Michael Dukakis.
Run out of town

Burlington, MA

#28 May 18, 2010
HellerCarbonCapNTradeLLC wrote:
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Hey pal, were I living full-time in Berkshire County rather than part-time, my name would have been on the ballot for Berkshire County Sheriff this year running as a Conservative Republican -- and I have as much experience in being a sheriff as Carmen Massimiano, Jr. had at the time he was appointed to the position by Michael Dukakis.
Hey Dude, But you don't live here and talk is cheap.
vote for nobody

Pittsfield, MA

#29 May 18, 2010
HellerCarbonCapNTradeLLC wrote:
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Hey pal, were I living full-time in Berkshire County rather than part-time, my name would have been on the ballot for Berkshire County Sheriff this year running as a Conservative Republican -- and I have as much experience in being a sheriff as Carmen Massimiano, Jr. had at the time he was appointed to the position by Michael Dukakis.
That would have been the funniest ballot ever. You would have beeen even more of a laughing-stock than you are now.
Hey Pal

Burlington, MA

#30 May 18, 2010
He could pick his buddy J Melle to be his Deputy.
HellerCarbonCapN TradeLLC

Rockville, MD

#31 May 18, 2010
Run out of town wrote:
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Hey Dude, But you don't live here and talk is cheap.
Not talk, I've already been through the process of running for county office having run (unsuccessfully) for County Commissioner back in the late 1980's.
HellerCarbonCapN TradeLLC

Rockville, MD

#32 May 18, 2010
vote for nobody wrote:
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That would have been the funniest ballot ever. You would have beeen even more of a laughing-stock than you are now.
Maybe yes, maybe no, but a Republican in this political climate has as good a chance of winning as ever, especially a Conservative.
Slim Jim

Burlington, MA

#33 May 18, 2010
HellerCarbonCapNTradeLLC wrote:
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Not talk, I've already been through the process of running for county office having run (unsuccessfully) for County Commissioner back in the late 1980's.
And it was a slaughter. County Gaovernment was a do-nothing anyway.

Since: Jan 09

Great Barrington, MA

#34 May 18, 2010
trudat wrote:
"The majority of the people feel that they are being dictated to and that our freedoms are slipping away"
Couldn't have said it any better. Everyone is so tired of these far-left liberal extremists that have infiltrated MA schools and entrenched themselves in our political system...and they've managed to do this right under the noses of hard-working MA residents, the majority of whom I'm convinced are conservatives at heart. The good news is that many have finally awaken from their slumber and no doubt plan to make their voices heard loud and clear come November.
Speak for yourself! You say "everybody" is...and the "majority" are.... Are you so insecure in your beliefs that you need to assume that many others are just like you in order to feel better. Tell us what YOU believe, and stop speaking for others!
tadurt

Burlington, MA

#35 May 18, 2010
Well said sgreen.

Since: Jan 09

Great Barrington, MA

#36 May 19, 2010
Thanks, dude (or dudette;-)).

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