GOP, Dems woo wary voters in bid to c...

GOP, Dems woo wary voters in bid to control House

There are 1 comment on the El Paso Times story from Jul 17, 2010, titled GOP, Dems woo wary voters in bid to control House. In it, El Paso Times reports that:

If Republicans are to harness enough voter anger to take control of the House this fall, they'll have to oust freshmen lawmakers such as Tom Perriello of Virginia, who won his seat two years ago by just 727 votes.

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#1 Jul 18, 2010
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Republican Party remains relatively unpopular. Hurt and other GOP candidates must convince voters that Republicans have rejected their own deficit-spending habits and can manage the economy better than Democrats."

Hypocrites like this in denial reminds me of crack fiends using whatever excuse to a) lie, cheat, and steal b)kill and commit atrocities in the name of greed c) all in your name while taking your hard earned taxes.

If the government cuts taxes, spending and regulation, then the private sector will create jobs and the economy will expand. "Hurt"
Sure lets just give the private sector all the power with out restrictions?!?!?!? Does anybody understand how much impact these shady "corporations or cartels" are? ie environment, economy, society etc

Just like this Antique's storeowner said "I want to throw out everybody and start over," Crounse said in an interview as Perriello was leaving. Dems answers to everything include throw money and turn a blind eye while the economy drowns with no life line. Where are the intuitive, creative, craftsmen Americans that create new industries and ideas? What bunch of spineless cowards!

A second man asked Hurt to pledge to eliminate the U.S. Department of Education, the Environmental Protection
and farm subsidies—a touchy subject in the heavily rural district. LOL!!!
Never going to happen everybody needs to pay their dues and its a bigger picture issue while I also feel farmers will mismanage standards and practices which can result in dire consequences........ Agricultural subsidy

Tea Party candidate Jeff Clark rips into Robert Hurt for being a typical politician and for refusing to let Clark into the debates with Tom Perriello. According to Clark, Hurt is "just what I thought he was going to be." Another great quote by Clark: "Robert Hurt is no Virgil Goode, and Robert Hurt is not going to be able to stay one-on-one with Tom Perriello." And, "The only thing [Hurt's] supporters have is fear...they have to instill fear into everyone in order to get them to overlook the sad record and the despicable conduct of Senator Hurt." And finally: "If Senator Hurt doesn't want to participate in the debates, I'm sure I will fill in adequately for the conservative message...but I would welcome [him] to sit in the audience, he may learn a thing or two about conservatism." Hahahaha.

How about a fourth candidate!? Their all terrible and a disgrace to American politics.

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