Mass. Senate race costliest in the US this election cycle, with nearly $47 million raised

Jul 24, 2012 Full story: The Washington Post 10

The candidates for U.S. Senate in Massachusetts have raised more money from supporters than in any other election in state history - or any other Senate race in the country this year - and Election Day is still more than three months away.

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Obama Destroys America

Lynchburg, VA

#1 Jul 24, 2012

Isn't one of the candidates in this race a FAKE INDIAN from Harvard?


Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#2 Jul 24, 2012
All this money to choose between a turd and a piece of shit.
Curtis Lowe

San Antonio, TX

#4 Jul 24, 2012
Cherokee people. Cherokee tribe. So proud to live. So proud to die.

- Paul Revere and the Raiders

Where's Vera Baker?

“"I'm A Great American!"”

Since: Sep 08

Obama Nation! USA! USA!

#5 Jul 25, 2012
Elizabeth Warren persuades me that maybe there is such a thing as American exceptionalism after all.

She's worth every dime she raises for her campaign...

“"I'm A Great American!"”

Since: Sep 08

Obama Nation! USA! USA!

#6 Jul 25, 2012
Curtis Lowe wrote:

Where's Vera Baker?
LOL!!! Where's Waldo?

And where in the world is Carmen Sandiego? LOL!!!

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#7 Jul 25, 2012
PooPoo Platter wrote:
Elizabeth Warren persuades me that maybe there is such a thing as American exceptionalism after all.
She's worth every dime she raises for her campaign...
Yes, as a liberal, I can see you voting for a fake, a liar and fraud. You've done it before with Barry.

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#8 Jul 25, 2012
Obama Destroys America wrote:
Isn't one of the candidates in this race a FAKE INDIAN from Harvard?
Reminds me of someone else there on a fake loan........

New regs = more pink slips
By BEN LIEBERMAN
Last Updated: 5:00 AM, December 6, 2010
Posted: 10:44 PM, December 5, 2010

For all his talk of job creation, Presi dent Obama has targeted many occu pations for extinction. Using un elected bureaucrats to implement a host of job-killing measures, his administration is generating piles of pink slips:

Oil: Even before the BP spill, Obama's Interior Department had cracked down on domestic drilling. In 2009, regulators allowed less than $1 billion in new oil and natural gas leases on federally controlled areas -- both onshore and offshore -- compared to $10 billion under President George W. Bush the year before.

Then, in response to the Gulf spill in April, Obama slowed down things even further, with a moratorium on deep-water drilling in the Gulf of Mexico. That proved so unpopular that the administration officially ended it -- but it remains in force unofficially, as regulators bottle up drilling permits with red tape and delays, keeping workers idle. Most recently, Obama regulators placed the entire Atlantic and Pacific coasts off limits to drilling.
AP

Furious flotilla: Fisherman lined up their boats off Martha's Vineyard last summer to protest job-killing regulations.
Factories: Rising regulatory burdens, energy prices and health-care costs -- Obama has left no stone unturned in making American manufacturing globally less competitive and in forcing jobs overseas.
For example, several new Environmental Protection Agency permit requirements have shut down the construction of coal-fired power plants needed to provide manufacturers with affordable electricity. Jeffrey Holmstead, a former top air-quality EPA official, noted that in 2009 the incoming Obama bureaucrats "withdrew permits that had already been issued," and that "dozens are being held up today because they have no way to meet a new standard that EPA has put out."

It will soon get worse. A barrage of new regulations, including measures intended to address global warming, will hit in January 2011 -- directly targeted manufacturers, and far more costly and complex than anything imposed by America's global competitors, like China, on their own industries.

Mines: The decades-long regulatory squeeze on minerals mining continues unabated, and the Obama administration has now added coal mining to the hit list. The attack includes global-warming regulations that seek to restrict demand for coal and also direct attempts to stop new coal mines from opening.

States that rely on coal-mining jobs are feeling the pinch. Joe Manchin, formerly West Virginia's governor and now its newest US senator, boasts that, "over the past year and a half, we have been fighting Obama administration attempts to destroy the coal mining industry." As governor, Manchin sued the EPA in an attempt to prevent the agency from blocking coal mines in his state. But Obama shows no sign of budging -- even though Manchin is a fellow Democrat.

Radical environmentalists have all but declared war on high-wage blue-collar jobs in this country, and the Obama administration has sided with them. The nation's stubbornly high unemployment rate is evidence they're winning.
Read more: http://www.nypost.com/p/news/opinion/opedcolu ...
JDC

El Paso, TX

#9 Jul 25, 2012
Obama Destroys America wrote:
Isn't one of the candidates in this race a FAKE INDIAN from Harvard?
That's OK, the other is a fake republican.
Aqua Buddha

Stillwater, OK

#10 Jul 25, 2012
Obama Destroys America wrote:
Isn't one of the candidates in this race a FAKE INDIAN from Harvard?
Mmm. Princess Spreading Bull need more wampum to buy election.
Billy Ringo

United States

#11 Jul 26, 2012
What difference does it make how much $$ is spent.

$$ is free speech ......

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