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Establishment, Palin join forces in NH Senate race

There are 49 comments on the Buffalo News story from Sep 11, 2010, titled Establishment, Palin join forces in NH Senate race. In it, Buffalo News reports that:

Can the Republican establishment and Sarah Palin find happiness in New Hampshire? First-time candidate Kelly Ayotte hopes so as she campaigns for a Senate seat in a state known for a late-deciding, independent-minded electorate.

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Smokin Joe Obama

Wasilla, AK

#44 Sep 13, 2010
PALIN 2012

Seems like the only NORMAL person in politics today is SARAH PALIN. Is that WHY the left HATES her so much????

Maybe Lady HA HA can be president in 2016...gog knows its a incompetent FREAK SHOW in the white house NOW.

GOD HELP US...

are you enjoying the OBAMA DEPRESSION YET????
spell check

Brooksville, FL

#45 Sep 13, 2010
Smokin Joe Obama wrote:
PALIN 2012
Seems like the only NORMAL person in politics today is SARAH PALIN. Is that WHY the left HATES her so much????
Maybe Lady HA HA can be president in 2016...gog knows its a incompetent FREAK SHOW in the white house NOW.
GOD HELP US...
are you enjoying the OBAMA DEPRESSION YET????
gog ????

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#46 Sep 13, 2010
Smokin Joe Obama wrote:
PALIN 2012
Seems like the only NORMAL person in politics today is SARAH PALIN. Is that WHY the left HATES her so much????
Maybe Lady HA HA can be president in 2016...gog knows its a incompetent FREAK SHOW in the white house NOW.
GOD HELP US...
are you enjoying the OBAMA DEPRESSION YET????
Remember progressives are in both parties, which is why so many try to shoot her down. She is a threat to the progressive movement, a person from the everyday people, a non elitist which is why some on both side of the Isle hate her,,,,,,,,,,she is not one of them.

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#47 Sep 13, 2010
spell check wrote:
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gog ????
ah yes the man with ten thousand names and only a 10 IQ. Got your glasses on ..........want to read the writing on the wall......

Obama misread his mandate.“Obama’s 2008 victory was a personal one,” says Bill Galston, an adviser to President Clinton.“It wasn’t a vote for a more expansive view of the role and reach of government.” The stimulus, on its own, wasn’t the problem. It was the thousands of easy-to-caricature pages of new legislation that came on top of it, all of which revived the Republicans’“big government” narrative.

Obama—an overachiever, the guy who fills up a second blue book on the extra-credit question—tried to do it all. His chief of staff, Rahm Emanuel, eager to please the new boss, declared before Inauguration Day:“Never allow a crisis to go to waste. There are opportunities to do big things.” But in doing big things, they failed to fully attend to (and be seen attending to) the immediate economic needs of the middle class.“There hasn’t been the laserlike focus on the economy there could have, and should have, been,” says a top Democratic strategist who declined to be named criticizing the White House.

Take health-care reform. Ten years hence, perhaps, it will be seen as the signal achievement of the Obama years. But for now, it’s an unpopular law that took a divisive year to enact, that liberals and conservatives loathe, that is full of bureaucratic and fiscal IEDs, and that drained attention from dealing with the economy. If you disagree, look at Obama’s speech last week in Cleveland. In 47 minutes, he mentioned health care for about 25 seconds.

Democrats Attempt to Reclaim the Offensive

NEWSWEEK's Howard Fineman discusses whether the state of the economy will create a huge Democratic loss during the midterm elections.
Obama misread the clock. Obama was warned before the election that Republicans would try to slow-walk his every nominee, but he never figured out a way around the problem. The administration was slow to staff up, which hampered everything, especially the impact of the stimulus.“Shovel ready” projects identified in the spring of 2009 are often still “unshoveled” because officials aren’t in place to approve them, says Norman Ornstein of the American Enterprise Institute.“The fact is,” he says,“Obama never really ran anything, even legislatively.” Neither has his closest adviser, message guru David Axelrod

The empty suit has been proven empty..........Obama legacy will be he managed to shave 10 strokes off his golf game and improved on a 3 point fade away shot..........well most of the obama story once know will fade away..........
Konnecticut_Bett er_Yet

Norwich, CT

#49 Sep 14, 2010
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Yeah, Sarah! You show them how to turn their backs on their state and not finish their sworn term of office! What a shining example of commitment to the people that she so "dearly cares about"!
But besides that, you get 'em, Sarah, you freakin' twit.
Their "sworn term of office?" LOL! Where do you crackpots get this stuff? lol! Too funny.
Konnecticut_Bett er_Yet

Norwich, CT

#50 Sep 14, 2010
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>kinda of reminds you of obama shirking his duties, elected to state office and then spends all of his time running for president. Obama did not finish his term either numnuts.
Must not have been a "sworn" term of office.
Stop the madness

United States

#51 Sep 14, 2010
Tonytee1961 wrote:
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Yeppers - 400 million dollar loss to the N.J. school system because of fat ass's screw ups!
You're quite welcome.
Sorry Pinnochio, you know very well that it wasn't Christie's screw up. The person who did it was promptly fired. Then, as it turns out, it wasn't a crucial error but for some strange reason the feds made it one. Wonder why?
Stop the madness

United States

#52 Sep 14, 2010
spell check wrote:
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gog ????
Oh, NOW you're concerned about what He's called?

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#54 Sep 15, 2010
Washington (CNN)- Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said Tuesday he will add the DREAM Act, a controversial immigration measure, to a defense policy bill the Senate will take up next week.

The decision means the defense bill, which often passes with bipartisan support, will be home to two major, thorny political issues – the other being the repeal of the military's "don't ask, don't tell" policy.

Reid called the DREAM Act "really important" and said it should be passed because it provides a path to citizenship for young illegal immigrants who go to college or serve in the military. DREAM is an acronym for Development, Relief and Education of Alien Minors Act.

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