Who do you support for U.S. Senate in Massachusetts in 2010?

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A new tv commercial with another Dem politician supporting Brown because he says what he says he's gonna do and gets the job done That makes 3 Dem politicians encouraging the public to vote for Brown You think if Warren rounded up some Cherokees and put them in ads on tv that people will finally believe in her?
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Wringling Bros wrote:
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Oh my, the ability of the frightwing to fabricate scandals has surpassed all expectations!
http://www.boston.com/politicalintelligence/2...
What else would you have our Democracy spend money on rather than ensuring Americans rights to vote! There is no better use!
"The bill to renew the Act was passed by the U.S. House of Representatives on July 13 by a vote of 390-33, with support from Republican House leadership, led by Judiciary Committee Chairman F. James Sensenbrenner, Jr.. The U.S. Senate passed the bill 980 on July 20.[6] President George W. Bush signed the bill in a morning ceremony on the South Lawn of the White House on July 27, 2006, one year in advance of the 2007 expiration date"
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voting_Rights_Ac...
There is no too low for you delusional fabricators of BS scandals!
I wonder if you realize that many went out to non-citizens? It's not a requirement of the Act and they went to welfare recipients. What does that tell you? Bet you're all for voter ID requirement right?
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While watching the Oympics tonight I think I saw another Brown commercial where another prominent Democrat is backing him. The next commercial was Warren freaking out and yelling at me from the TV. I better cut back on the payote.
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I'm with Brown Warren should reimburse the state $275,000 for the mailings I've been a registered voter for years and I got one of these wasteful mailings because ...? Because I am disabled and get S S I oris it have to do with the small amount of food stamps I get?
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Wringing Bros is ignoring the post Voter made. So obvious he doesn't have a good response so he's pretending it isn't there.

Good job Sonny. Stick your fingers in your ears and go "la la la".

Your such a girl.
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Aug 11, 2012
 
Swiss Mitt wrote:
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skipping 20 paragraphs of your BS is MY PLEASURE, your welcome.
Maybe you could point out the parts that were BS for me;
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Facts are stubborn things my friend,
you can ignore them if you choose, but they don't go away.
1)Harvard Law was facing two separate affirmative action lawsuits, and being investigated by the Feds for not having one single minority faculty member prior to hiring Elizabeth Warren.
2)Elizabeth Warren had herself listed Association of American Law Schools desk book directories for NINE YEARS (1986-1996) prior to being hired by Harvard Law.
-FWIW, this directory DID NOT list which minority she was,
only her credentials, and that she was a minority looking for a professor's position.
3)Upon hiring E.W., Harvard Law was very vocal in their publications about having a Female Native American Faculty member.
4)Upon hiring E.W., Harvard Law was quick to list her as the minority she claimed to be in their Affirmative Action reports to the Feds,
quelling those investigations
5) She was even touted as "Harvard Law's First Woman of Color"
in the Fordham Law review for 1997
6)Upon being hired by Harvard Law,
Elizabeth Warren removed her name from the minority directory listing.
7)Elizibeth Warren's claim for using the directory was to meet others with similar heritage.
As mentioned before, the directory did not mention what that heritage was,
only that she was a minority.
8)Her official explanation for removing her name from the directory within a year of landing a Prized Harvard Law Faculty job was that the directory did not work.
9)Even without any proof whatsoever,
if you took her claims of Indian Heritage at face value,
she still would not meet anyone's minimum criteria to be considered a Tribe Member.
10)You foolishly picked sides already,
and would believe everything the Democratic party tells you,
despite the fact.
Donkey.
The Fix is In

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Registered Voter wrote:
I'm with Brown Warren should reimburse the state $275,000 for the mailings I've been a registered voter for years and I got one of these wasteful mailings because ...? Because I am disabled and get S S I oris it have to do with the small amount of food stamps I get?
Exactly!

The did the mailing based on a trumped up lawsuit that NEVER WENT TO TRIAL by Warren's daughter & Patrick's wife.

THE FIX IS IN!

When will the do a mailing to Registered Gun Owners?
Disabled Veterans? Small Business Owners? Etc etc?

We asked for transparent,
and we got it!

Democratic state of entitlements mailing voter registration packets to Welfare Recipients is about as transparent a move you could make.
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The Fix is In wrote:
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Exactly!
The did the mailing based on a trumped up lawsuit that NEVER WENT TO TRIAL by Warren's daughter & Patrick's wife.
THE FIX IS IN!
When will the do a mailing to Registered Gun Owners?
Disabled Veterans? Small Business Owners? Etc etc?
We asked for transparent,
and we got it!
Democratic state of entitlements mailing voter registration packets to Welfare Recipients is about as transparent a move you could make.
Imagine that! Governor Patrick's wife threatens a law suit against hubby and then hubby just writes her a Government Check! Is this what they meant when they say "State of Affairs"?
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Elizabeth Warren keeps talking about holding Wall Street accountable. That she'll get in there and get the job done.
Well, Obama's Justice Department just let Goldman Sachs skate for their part role in the fiasco. Perhaps she should call her good freind Barack and as what's up?
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-08-09/just...
Follow the money.
Goldman Sachs campaign donations, 2008, to Barack Obama:$955,223
Goldman Sachs campaign donations, 2008, to John McCain:$229,395
Bailout money received by Goldman Sachs:$10 billion
Goldman Sachs rate of return on investment:$8,441 per $1 spent.
Is anyone really surprised that no charges are being brought? Honestly?
Conveniently, you leave out 2000 and 2004, who got Wall Street money then? Bush!!!!

Who's getting Wall Street cash this time around? Scott Brown and Swiss Mitt! Soooooooooooooooooo........Gue ss you'll be championing laws that fix the Citizen United decision right? Yeah, rrrrrrrrrright@
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Billy wrote:
Wringing Bros is ignoring the post Voter made. So obvious he doesn't have a good response so he's pretending it isn't there.
Good job Sonny. Stick your fingers in your ears and go "la la la".
Your such a girl.
I can understand why me being a girl bothers you. You never had one, never will and so obviously, we have to be demonized.

Poor brooding sausage, living in the basement all alone.
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I stillsay Warren should reimburse the state. $ 275,000 for the mailings
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Anyone know when Brown and Warren will debate
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Conveniently, you leave out 2000 and 2004, who got Wall Street money then? Bush!!!!
Who's getting Wall Street cash this time around? Scott Brown and Swiss Mitt! Soooooooooooooooooo........Gue ss you'll be championing laws that fix the Citizen United decision right? Yeah, rrrrrrrrrright@
Deflect deflect deflect. Your shtick is stale. You'd have some credibility if you would actually admit that your candidate has faults. But in your eyes he walks on water. You're a sheeple.

If Romney and Ryan are such a non-factor then why do you care? Why do you shout down anyone who supports the other guys? Why don't you just sit back and watch Obama steam role the election if that's what you think is going to be reality?

Because you're scared. And you know it. And your rants and manic posts prove it. You post 5,6 and 7 posts in a row. Manic. How's that bi-polar disorder treating you? More importantly, are getting treatment?

I'm sure MassHealth covers psych services, right?

Keep cycling.
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Wringling Bros wrote:
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Conveniently, you leave out 2000 and 2004, who got Wall Street money then? Bush!!!!
Who's getting Wall Street cash this time around? Scott Brown and Swiss Mitt! Soooooooooooooooooo........Gue ss you'll be championing laws that fix the Citizen United decision right? Yeah, rrrrrrrrrright@
You're pretty ignorant and I mean that in the true sense of the word. Look up TARP 2 and see who benefited.
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http://pewresearch.org/databank/dailynumber/...

In numerous polls, the public has voiced their displeasure at the much maligned bank bailout, but most don't know which president signed the controversial act into law. Only a third of Americans (34%) correctly say the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) was enacted by the Bush administration. Nearly half (47%) incorrectly believe TARP was passed under President Obama. Another 19% admit they do not know which president signed the bank bailout into law. Notably, there is no partisan divide on the question. Just 36% of Republicans, 35% of independents and 34% of Democrats know that the government bailout of banks and financial institutions was signed into law by former President Bush. And Democrats (46%) are just as likely as Republicans (50%) to say TARP was passed under Obama. Read more
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Billy wrote:
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Deflect deflect deflect. Your shtick is stale. You'd have some credibility if you would actually admit that your candidate has faults. But in your eyes he walks on water. You're a sheeple.
If Romney and Ryan are such a non-factor then why do you care? Why do you shout down anyone who supports the other guys? Why don't you just sit back and watch Obama steam role the election if that's what you think is going to be reality?
Because you're scared. And you know it. And your rants and manic posts prove it. You post 5,6 and 7 posts in a row. Manic. How's that bi-polar disorder treating you? More importantly, are getting treatment?
I'm sure MassHealth covers psych services, right?
Keep cycling.
Right back at ya......why don't you answer you're questions. Are you not doing the exact same thing of the poster you are accusing? Wow, some people are really stupid.
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George Bush signed TARP

Passed by a Democratic Senate & House

George Bush was Fiscally very Liberal,
and in 8 years dug us deeper into debt than any PREVIOUS President before him.

Unfortunately,
most Liberal Senator in all of Congress was hired to *fix* this countries' financial woes.

Unfortunately THAT GUY is outspending Bush at a clip of over 2:1,
and has Exceeded Bush's added debt burden of 8 years in just 3.5 years.

Now, we have the Blame Bush Bunch telling us he deserves another 4 years because Bush was so bad.

News flash,
Fiscally;

Bush WAS bad
Obama IS worse.
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fun facts for you wrote:
George Bush signed TARP
Passed by a Democratic Senate & House
George Bush was Fiscally very Liberal,
and in 8 years dug us deeper into debt than any PREVIOUS President before him.
Unfortunately,
most Liberal Senator in all of Congress was hired to *fix* this countries' financial woes.
Unfortunately THAT GUY is outspending Bush at a clip of over 2:1,
and has Exceeded Bush's added debt burden of 8 years in just 3.5 years.
Now, we have the Blame Bush Bunch telling us he deserves another 4 years because Bush was so bad.
News flash,
Fiscally;
Bush WAS bad
Obama IS worse.
The only way Bush could get anything he wanted passed was to let Peelosi spend the money, that's when most of his spedning went up,
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TARP wrote:
http://pewresearch.org/databan k/dailynumber/?NumberID=1057
In numerous polls, the public has voiced their displeasure at the much maligned bank bailout, but most don't know which president signed the controversial act into law. Only a third of Americans (34%) correctly say the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) was enacted by the Bush administration. Nearly half (47%) incorrectly believe TARP was passed under President Obama. Another 19% admit they do not know which president signed the bank bailout into law. Notably, there is no partisan divide on the question. Just 36% of Republicans, 35% of independents and 34% of Democrats know that the government bailout of banks and financial institutions was signed into law by former President Bush. And Democrats (46%) are just as likely as Republicans (50%) to say TARP was passed under Obama. Read more
TARP2 was passed under Obama. It was just as useless as Bush's but was the same concept. Guess you'll just ignore that little fact though.
fun facts for you

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Wringling Bros wrote:
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Conveniently, you leave out 2000 and 2004, who got Wall Street money then? Bush!!!!
Who's getting Wall Street cash this time around? Scott Brown and Swiss Mitt! Soooooooooooooooooo........Gue ss you'll be championing laws that fix the Citizen United decision right? Yeah, rrrrrrrrrright@
I'd respond to this if there were any facts to respond to.

What is "Wall Street Money"?

There is more than one enormous investment bank there dumping millions into this, and all other campaigns.

It's a write off,
that creates political influence.

As much as I despise the way BANKS have a much greater say in things than my one measily vote,
it makes perfect sense that they do it.

Most big companies send massive amounts of money to BOTH sides,
hedging their bets.

So back to your ill written question,

WHICH Wall Street Banks are you talking about?

JP Morgan? Goldman Sachs? Morgan Stanley?

How much did they donate, and to which candidates?

What pattern did you see that you are criticizing?

My guess is going to be for every company that donated stronger to one party,
there was a company dumping money to the other.

And you are interpreting it to fit your own cause.

But let's see the facts so I can decide for myself.

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