Coakley addresses top issues during v...

Coakley addresses top issues during visit - Sentinel & Enterprise

There are 33 comments on the Sentinel & Enterprise story from Dec 4, 2009, titled Coakley addresses top issues during visit - Sentinel & Enterprise. In it, Sentinel & Enterprise reports that:

Attorney General Martha Coakley stood by her position on abortion access under health-care reform, and other hot-button issues surrounding the race for the U.S. Senate democratic nomination, at Slattery's Restaurant in Fitchburg on Thursday evening.

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Since: Apr 09

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#1 Dec 4, 2009
This woman is a sham. She covered for pedophile priest in the Catholic Church. She is just another scumbag Massachusetts Democrat on the take!!!

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#2 Dec 4, 2009
i agree totally with you Lunenburg, they are the scum that has caused our nation to be where it is today it started with all the dems. all the democrats do is take from the average worker and give to the poor. so sick of it, been a single mom, never on welfare; worked 2 jobs and in my fifties now I get no tax breaks for not bleeding off the system, we should get bonuses for that or some type of tax credit; now that i have no exemptions i have 300 bucks a week taken out of my pay in fed taxes alone !! nice.......who in the heck am i supporting the drug dealers, the drug addicts and the woman who can't take responsibility for their own lives to get on birth control. sickening is all sickening
Just Me

Wellesley, MA

#3 Dec 4, 2009
Not one of them running is a good candidate who represents the wishes of Mass. voters. Just more of Ted Kennedy type political liberal crap.

East Hartford, CT

#4 Dec 4, 2009
They serve to serve themselves.
Luther Manning

Plaistow, NH

#5 Dec 4, 2009
Coakley is a twit. She REFUSED to take action against Sal DiMassi. The Federal Attorney General intervened and has indighted Sal and his friends.

Coakley plays the "good old boys network" and goes along with the rest of the party lines. Like Flanagan, don't go against the power elite, just say yes, yes, yes.

Windham, NH

#6 Dec 4, 2009
When are you Massholes going to learn? Coakley is 2 scotches shy of being a full-fledged Kennedy. Protect the priests, kill the unborn and tax the bejesus out of the blue collar, average Joe. Get ready to bend over again, folks.

Fitchburg, MA

#7 Dec 4, 2009
Correct on all of the above, she has refused to investigate any politician or influential person of criminal misconduct, forcing the FBI to come and do her job.

Some of the Mass. Chief's of Police may endorse her, but the ones that know the truth certainly do not.

but take a look at the candidates, not one of them is worth voting for. They all want to be Kennedy's, and we all know how he worked out for Massachusetts
Say Good Nght America

Worcester, MA

#8 Dec 4, 2009
First of all, I am quite shocked that all of the comments so far have ripped into Coakley and the rest of those useless democrats. The blinded Massholes (great name Uugh) must be too busy to comment on Jokely because their welfare checks must have arrived in today's mail and their too busy getting high. Maybe the brilliant people of Mass will vote in a republican next month. Perhaps even the blinded masses will realize that government run health care will be the final nail in our collective coffins and will at least give us a fighting chance by voting in Scott Brown. I'll be glad when the election is finally over....I can't stand Capuano's lame ads. Does this village idiot realize he's not running against Dick Cheney ??

Babson Park, MA

#9 Dec 4, 2009
This woman is useless! Our small business failed because of her, she ignored our phone calls and pleas for a meeting as the town was not helping us get through the permitting process. She was supposed to meet with us then decided not to, pawning us off on the court system. SHAME ON YOU MARTHA COAKLEY YOU ARE USELESS TO THE PEOPLE!!!

New Port Richey, FL

#10 Dec 4, 2009
Should people wish to know what life under unrestrained liberalism would be like, they should just move to Massachusetts where a multi-billion dollar tunnel was glued together with something only slightly stickier than library paste.

Deval Patrick, was Obama's role model, in a sense. Both had the same campaign manager, both used the same lines in their speeches. And more importantly, both have the same ideas regarding how to run government.

Deval Patrick has helped Mass live up to its sobriquet Taxachusetts. People are moving to New Hampshire - Those who are not are driving there to buy goods to avoid sky-high sales taxes. Patrick even has explored the possibility of random police stops of vehicles coming into the State to see whether residents are escaping sales and use taxes.
Is it any wonder that Bill Delahunt (Another Massahole Democrat) is leading the effort in Congress to tax internet sales?

Fitchburg, MA

#11 Dec 4, 2009
I'm for Deval Patrick 110 percent
he is a man in charge that knows how to ru n a state

Fitchburg, MA

#12 Dec 4, 2009
I know it sounds like I'm flip flopping on the issues here,.... please allow me to explain, see,.I Think I am an intelligent person. I have moments where I am completely rational, when I make so much sense that the school professors want to publish my work. At other times, I'm completely lost, hallucinating up a storm. I think that's where people get confused. They can't understand how someone as bright as I am can so quickly dissolve into a pile of senseless jibber-jabber. Hell, I don't even know how I do it.

I can't go 24 hours without a couple of major psychotic episodes. I am all alone, with no one to help me reality check. I have an individual therapist, but I am not his only patient, and I don't like to bother him with my crazy questions and irrational fears. So, I sit at home in my Mother’s refurbished basement Inlaw apartment and suffer alone along side my 12 year old computer with windows “95”. I can't sleep because of the nightmares. Sometimes I forget to eat, because I forget that I have to actually put the food in my mouth in order to get the benefits of satiation. I know. Unbelievable. I can understand braided time-space, but I can't seem to understand that I have to eat in order to gain nutrition. I don't get it. I swear I don't get it.
class of 2001

Framingham, MA

#13 Dec 5, 2009
is it me or does coakley sound like a political robot? just her tone and cadence..its kind of unnerving. at least with kennedy, there was some attempt at charm and wit.


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#14 Dec 5, 2009
I would love to hear from a Coakley supporter. If you are one can you explain why it is that you support her??
Supporter of Mayor Dino

Plaistow, NH

#15 Dec 6, 2009
Coakley gets my vote!


Since: Apr 09

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#16 Dec 7, 2009
Supporter of Mayor Dino wrote:
Coakley gets my vote!
Why?? Is there a reason or just that you vote for the biggest Democrat hack you can find?
Lunenburg Fan Club

Marlborough, MA

#18 Dec 7, 2009
Go Lunney, Go!

New Port Richey, FL

#19 Dec 7, 2009
The House of Representatives on December 3rd passed House Resolution 4154, which is deceptively called the "Permanent Estate Tax Relief Act." This bill is part of the general war by the Democratic Party on self-employed Americans, family farms, and home businesses.

Democrats and liberals are so accustomed to reaching into our pockets to fund their socialist "experiments",
that they now feel they are entitled to our money, whenever it suits them.
And in whatever amount they deem fit to take.

The democrats are and always will be a band of thieving b*stards. They won't be happy until they literally steal the last penny from every last one of us. Estate taxes are nothing but theft. nothing. I can't tell you how many good small business I know went under because of the estate taxes. Damn those b*stards to hell.

Fitchburg, MA

#21 Dec 8, 2009
I am a contentious person....and a Liberal , I am Stamos short for Sensible, Tame And Mostly On Sence
Contentious? Possibly.
Liberal? Absolutely.
Seems these days Conservatives have convinced themselves, and some of the American public, that being a Liberal is akin to being a card-carrying member of the Communist Party. While this may be a great smear tactic for an election year, to believe such a notion proves that the believer is uneducated in the fundamentals of the American political system. Our nation was founded on Liberalism. Embodied in the Declaration of Independence are its three tenets: "Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness." The very term, itself, is taken from the same root as the second of these precepts. To be a Liberal is to defend the freedom - the Liberty - of all people who make up our great nation. To be a Liberal is to trust individuals and families to run their own lives as they see fit. To be a Liberal is to create a nation where anyone can excel if they are willing to do the work.
In order to understand the true nature of Liberalism, and to dispel the misconceptions fomented by those whose agenda is counter to our freedom, I will detail the tenets of Liberal thought and dispel the misconceptions so often put forth by Conservative rhetoric.
Liberalism is "Life." It is freedom from physical dangers that can kill or disable us. The Liberal believes it is a nation's job to protect its citizens from physical harm, whether from external sources, such as hostile nations, or internal ones, like crime, disease, or hunger. Without the solid ground of physical wellbeing, our nation and its citizens cannot enjoy the benefits of being free. Liberals believe in a strong military, well suited to defend the nation. Liberals believe in good laws, hard-working police, and a just legal system to protect its citizens from crime. Liberals believe in affordable health care for everyone, to keep our people strong. And Liberals believe in the availability of food and shelter for its needy, not as a hand out but as a reasonable step in moving all Americans toward self-reliance and the freedom that comes with it.
Liberalism is "Liberty." It is the freedom to do as your conscience dictates without impeding another's rights. Fleeing oppression in mother Europe, our founders established a nation where personal belief and self-determination are protected, not persecuted, where hard work is rewarded, not demanded, and where each person is bestowed with the ability to better his or her life because of citizenship, not class. Liberals believe in freedom of speech to protect us from political oppression. Liberals believe in sound regulations to protect us from economic oppression. Liberals believe in just laws to protect us from social oppression. And Liberals believe in quality education to protect us from the oppression of ignorance.
Liberalism is "The Pursuit of Happiness." It is the freedom to create an environment where the individual can excel. What is freedom if it cannot be used to better our lives? A truly free society must be one where its members can rise above their limitations and expand their futures. We call it "The American Dream," and it's alive and well in the heart of the Liberal. Liberals believe in equal opportunities for all to rise above our means. Liberals believe in equal opportunities to rise above our education levels. Liberals believe in equal opportunities to rise above our social status. And Liberals believe each and every family should have an equal opportunity to make this world better for their children.
foolish man

Windham, NH

#22 Dec 9, 2009
Savage was right when he said Liberalism is a Mental Disease. I don't believe liberals are card caryying members of the communist party - I do believe they are trying to turn us into a social country, with fewer morals and accountability then ever.
Martha Coakley protects DiMasi, she protected the child raping priests, she has done nothing for this Commonwealth, aside from bringing us closer to a socialist state.
ENOUGH! Enough killing babies! Enough funding those murders with my tax dollars! Enough over spending MY tax dollars! No licenses for people who are illegally in OUR country! Enough distributing MY hard earned dollars! Whatever happened to EARNING your welath, rather than sitting at home with Jerry and Maury while I support your broke behind?

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