Coakley vs. Brown

Coakley vs. Brown

There are 63 comments on the Lowell Sun story from Dec 9, 2009, titled Coakley vs. Brown. In it, Lowell Sun reports that:

Attorney General Martha Coakley's convincing victory in the Democratic primary last night put her in the driver's seat as she attempts to become the first female U.S. senator elected in Massachusetts.

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“Don't snow me!”

Since: Sep 09

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#2 Dec 9, 2009
Anyone who would put a dime into the republican candidate in this race obviously doesn't know what a snowballs chances in hell means.
real joke

Lowell, MA

#3 Dec 9, 2009
Spoken like a true moonbat! We voted in a murderer for 50 years so what's the big deal
Change

Lowell, MA

#4 Dec 9, 2009
It's time for change we can believe together we change yes we can the changing change to change back change change change change change change, eh sorry, skip in the record.

It's been long enough we need both parties represented in this state!
Dem

Windsor, CT

#5 Dec 9, 2009
Congratulations to Atty General Martha Coakley for her convincing victory last night.

Hard worker , smart, intelligent, good listener, not arrogant or a oudmouth like her opponent, proud to say she is a Democrat, that has produced results , but most of all represents all the Democratic principles- civil rights,gender rights, ecology, healthcare reform, climate change, preserving Social Security and Medicare ( not trying to privitaze and destroy like the REPUBS),local govt support, pro-government,goes after financial sector that almost brought the country down, job creation,consumer rights, insurance reform, sensible immigration reform, champion of the lower, middleclass; help for the unemployed( unemployment compensation, COBRA, medical supplement plan, job training, layoff notice), making governemt work and not trashing the government all the time, stimulus funding to save jobs,holding the private sector accountable from abuses and ripoffs, afforable housing, represents the best traditions of Ted Kennedy ( elected for 48 years). positive , wants the government to succeed not fail and vote "no" on everything, strong supporter of schools, education and professional teachers who deserve respect, spending on the infrastructure, on and on.

Thanks, Martha, Im' with ya all the way

“Don't snow me!”

Since: Sep 09

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#6 Dec 9, 2009
Change wrote:
It's time for change we can believe together we change yes we can the changing change to change back change change change change change change, eh sorry, skip in the record.
It's been long enough we need both parties represented in this state!
They do already. Liberal Democrats and conservitive Democrats. The republicans destroyed our economy, who would be so stupid to vote for them?
Ron

Billerica, MA

#7 Dec 9, 2009
The answer is simple. If you like things the way they are vote for Coakley.

If you want change and at the same time send a national message vote Brown.
Reap the Whirlwind

Wilmington, MA

#8 Dec 9, 2009
real joke wrote:
Spoken like a true moonbat! We voted in a murderer for 50 years so what's the big deal
right on!!!! moonbats are running this State into the ground!
Jim

Fitchburg, MA

#9 Dec 9, 2009
the low voter turnout was a result of not having a good candidate to vote for.

Massachusetts simply cannot attract the type of candidates that can help turn this state around,

the status quo will continue, and the middle class will continue to struggle and leave this state
Fed Up

Rockville, MD

#10 Dec 9, 2009
SCREAMING EUGENE wrote:
<quoted text>They do already. Liberal Democrats and conservitive Democrats. The republicans destroyed our economy, who would be so stupid to vote for them?
ACORN and groups like that are the one who ruined our ecomomey. They were responsable for all the sub prime loans that were given out. It started with Clinton and NAFTA. Remember ross Perot? He called it the giant sucking sound. That was when all teh jobs started to leave.
Not a good choice

Bedford, MA

#11 Dec 9, 2009
Holy Krap she looks like Hillary! If you vote for her you might as well invite Nancy Pelosi to come in and run MA. The only democrat that answered the questions truthfully with a PLAN was Alan Khazei and the others were flat out typical politicians.
maggie

Lowell, MA

#12 Dec 9, 2009
If you look back you will see that in 2004 the Dems did not want regulations on Freddie or Fannie your great other dem Barney said there was not a thing bad happening to the economy
learn about the people who are running for our gov .before you vote
Pete

Lowell, MA

#13 Dec 9, 2009
Dem wrote:
Congratulations to Atty General Martha Coakley for her convincing victory last night.
Hard worker , smart, intelligent, good listener, not arrogant or a oudmouth like her opponent, proud to say she is a Democrat, that has produced results , but most of all represents all the Democratic principles- civil rights,gender rights, ecology, healthcare reform, climate change, preserving Social Security and Medicare ( not trying to privitaze and destroy like the REPUBS),local govt support, pro-government,goes after financial sector that almost brought the country down, job creation,consumer rights, insurance reform, sensible immigration reform, champion of the lower, middleclass; help for the unemployed( unemployment compensation, COBRA, medical supplement plan, job training, layoff notice), making governemt work and not trashing the government all the time, stimulus funding to save jobs,holding the private sector accountable from abuses and ripoffs, afforable housing, represents the best traditions of Ted Kennedy ( elected for 48 years). positive , wants the government to succeed not fail and vote "no" on everything, strong supporter of schools, education and professional teachers who deserve respect, spending on the infrastructure, on and on.
Thanks, Martha, Im' with ya all the way
Civil rights: 80% of dems filibustered civil rights legislation.
gender rights: what the heck is that?
ecology: huh? The repubs started the EPA (unfortunately) if that falls into this catagory.
healthcare reform: The dems want universal healthcare. This is litterally unconstitutional and only has a 35% approval.
climate change: You probably believe in Santa Claus too, huh.
SS and medicare: 2 socialist programs that are broke because the govt. runs them, but now that so many are on them and forced to pay into them we can't get rid of them. See universal healthcare. Privatizing them would improve them.
goes after financial sector that almost brought the country down: What planet R U from? It was the community reinvestment act and over regulation that did that. Bush's left-wing big-government policies as well.
job creation: R U kidding me? Look how many fake jobs Obama is saving or creating in districts that don't even exist. Aren't you embarrassed?
sensible immigration reform: LOL
champion of the lower, middle-class: The democrats have a racist welfare plantation that has people of color forced to vote for them so they can get more free stuff from taxpayers. They won't have to earn their own living, speak english, or raise their own children so-long as they vote democrat. The dems want to tear apart the nuclear family by only giving their racist welfare checks to un-married couples and forcing same gender marriage down the voters throats.
stimulus funding to save jobs: again, LOL
affordable housing: by taking taxpayer money and giving it to losers that are too sad to work for their own money, and if your here illegally (Aunt Zeituni)it don't matter, you have a right to taxpayer housing.
strong supporter of schools: Again, inner-city schools run exclusively by democrats generations, mostly minorities attend, give them the worst education possible so they can't climb out of the democrat plantation.
education and professional teachers who deserve respect: But because of the democrat unions you can't fire the bad ones (you put them in the inner city schools) or reward the good ones.
spending on the infrastructure: right, re-paving the same roads over and over weather they need them or not, because if you don't waste money and spend it you won't get awarded as much the next year.
and on and on.

Martha is a communist as are you. Kennedy was a communist and a traitor to America. The immigration policies he championed caused the murder of tens if not hundreds of thousands of Americans and ruined our culture.
Libertarian

Bedford, MA

#14 Dec 9, 2009
SCREAMING EUGENE wrote:
<quoted text>They do already. Liberal Democrats and conservitive Democrats. The republicans destroyed our economy, who would be so stupid to vote for them?
So when is Obama going to turn around the economy? It was a coalition of both parties who destroyed the economy, don't be a suckr, nor that stupid. Regardless of who/what/where/when, they need to stop blaming and do something about it, unfortunately the people in power now are such that in times past would have started a civil war or armed revolt. Hate to say it, but they are not qualified to lead a country nor a small company for that matter. But the MA folks are not that bright to elect somebody else besides a democrat. Alan Khazei was impressive but not popular enough, and he was not a borderline lesbian like Coakley appears to be. Scott Brown is a republican and may be the only choice since Coakley is way to wrapped up in special interest groups and the homosexual agenda, abortion rights etc. The Catholics will not be voting for her. Nor any Libertarians, Independents with a brain or republicans (if there are any) in MA.
edshea

Lynn, MA

#15 Dec 9, 2009
Change wrote:
It's time for change we can believe together we change yes we can the changing change to change back change change change change change change, eh sorry, skip in the record.
It's been long enough we need both parties represented in this state!
amen
edshea

Lynn, MA

#16 Dec 9, 2009
SCREAMING EUGENE wrote:
<quoted text>They do already. Liberal Democrats and conservitive Democrats. The republicans destroyed our economy, who would be so stupid to vote for them?
Are you on drugs???????Massachusetts dumbocrats have added more taxes and have cut more social service positions than any republican governor ever has in the history of mass.......
Musty Mike

United States

#17 Dec 9, 2009
Martha- How about that Fells Acre Case back in the 80's. Some of you best work. You should bring it up during the campaign.

“Don't snow me!”

Since: Sep 09

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#18 Dec 9, 2009
Fed Up wrote:
<quoted text>
ACORN and groups like that are the one who ruined our ecomomey. They were responsable for all the sub prime loans that were given out. It started with Clinton and NAFTA. Remember ross Perot? He called it the giant sucking sound. That was when all teh jobs started to leave.
A Glenn Beck deciple. Does he speak for you? You can get extra points if you ad more repuglatard buzz words that get you morons all in a tizzy. Ill help you, you can pick and choose or use all of the for extra points. Mainstream media, nimbla, activeist judges, Acorn, aclu, black panthers, gun control, global warming, Michael Moore, Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, Sandy Bulger, Barney Frank, Criss Dodd, Kenya, muslim, abortions, tax and spend liberals, and I will give you extra, extra points for any that I have left out. Good luck.
stitch

New York, NY

#19 Dec 9, 2009
Change wrote:
It's time for change we can believe together we change yes we can the changing change to change back change change change change change change, eh sorry, skip in the record.
It's been long enough we need both parties represented in this state!
I'll keep my freedom and my guns. You keep the change.
why

United States

#20 Dec 9, 2009
Why does Martha Coakley talk with some sort of fake accent? Was she born in Minnesota? Nevermind that nothing that comes out of her mouth (that looks like her jaw is wired shut) is of any real substance anyway.

I'm so glad her "foreign policy experience" comes by way of her sister living in England.

Time for a change, Martha.
Pete

Lowell, MA

#21 Dec 9, 2009
SCREAMING EUGENE wrote:
<quoted text>A Glenn Beck deciple. Does he speak for you? You can get extra points if you ad more repuglatard buzz words that get you morons all in a tizzy. Ill help you, you can pick and choose or use all of the for extra points. Mainstream media, nimbla, activeist judges, Acorn, aclu, black panthers, gun control, global warming, Michael Moore, Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, Sandy Bulger, Barney Frank, Criss Dodd, Kenya, muslim, abortions, tax and spend liberals, and I will give you extra, extra points for any that I have left out. Good luck.
Well, you attacked the OPs character, but not his argument. Guess he must be right because all you can do is name call. Saul Alinsky would be proud of you. Good work. Are you HIS disciple?

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