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Republican George Allen is clear about what he would do on day one if elected to the U.S. Senate, and it is all about tapping into Virginia's energy reserves.
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Valley Farmer

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He will make a good Senator. Listens to all sides and shows the ability to think for himself.
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Hey guys, I hate to be the bearer of bad news but; Drill Baby Drill was last season's mantra, that died with Sarah' popularity.

The delusion that is expressed in the 2 post above go directly against the Romney, Ryan, Eastwood financial plan.

Hey Valley Farmer, you're still going to vote for the party that refuses to pass the agriculture bill. And vote for Macaca even though he said all farmers should by insurance policies rather than depend on government for price substitutes?

Boy the big boy farmers are going to want to talk with you.

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Dude

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Hopefully he'll cut welfare to lazy farmers, which is the tea party platform...end subsidies to lazy people.
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Valley Farmer wrote:
He will make a good Senator. Listens to all sides and shows the ability to think for himself.
you get paid to grew nothing, don't you? Typical welfare case.
Dude

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Farmers don't worry about rain anymore, they worry about whether their crop insurance is gonna pay off or not.
Palehorse

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I've met Allen a few times, at very small functions the past few years. You would enjoy a scotch and pipe with this guy, let me tell you.

Kaine on the other hand...the guy reminds me of a squeamish hypochondriac.
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Palehorse wrote:
I've met Allen a few times, at very small functions the past few years. You would enjoy a scotch and pipe with this guy, let me tell you.
Kaine on the other hand...the guy reminds me of a squeamish hypochondriac.
Not really a resounding solicitation considering the audience he is going after. What's that saying? "It's best to be thought a fool?"
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Dude wrote:
<quoted text>Not really a resounding solicitation considering the audience he is going after. What's that saying? "It's best to be thought a fool?"
I hear Kaine's polling high with the WebMD crowd.
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I hear Kaine's polling high with the WebMD crowd.
the wealthy educated? You would think the exact opposite.
Valley Farmer

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Dude wrote:
<quoted text>you get paid to grew nothing, don't you? Typical welfare case.
Nope, I'm modestly successful thanks. The next generation in family farming will be much more challenged I'm afraid. With taxes and regulations and energy costs heading the top of the list of challenges we face. When I met George Allen he seemed sincere and understood the bottom line for my business.
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