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Jackson, MS

#43 Nov 1, 2010
consider Marcy a more fiscally conservative and represents my interests better than Bennie T.

New Orleans, LA

#44 Nov 1, 2010
Need change first change has not work well

Madison, MS

#45 Nov 1, 2010
Its time for a change in office...for the BETTER someone who will listen to the people
linda Gatlin

Crystal Springs, MS

#46 Nov 1, 2010
time to get back to what the people want
lorenzo carter

United States

#47 Nov 1, 2010
he's proven, without a doubt
Issac murray smith

Monteagle, TN

#48 Nov 2, 2010
Bennie Thompson always been there to help the black man.

Flowood, MS

#49 Nov 2, 2010

United States

#50 Nov 2, 2010

Terry, MS

#51 Nov 2, 2010
Get rid of people pleasers!!! Get rid of 'socialism' mentality candidates! Keep the Constitutions bound to all people (mankind).

United States

#52 Nov 3, 2010
sad day again in negersippi....4 more years of the same old crap

“SEC = Bandwagon”

Since: Dec 06

Cleveland, Ms,

#53 Nov 10, 2010
Well I hope things worse for black folks because their ingnorance in who to vote for will be the cause. No improvement for 17 years and they still vote for the same moron. I say that because like with Obama, blacks voted heavily for Bennie The Crook.

Grenada, MS

#54 Nov 30, 2010
big mike dillon wrote:
Bennie Thompson been doing a great job for the people of the delta for a long time
You mean for the mind numb Brothers & Sisters of the Delta!!!

Norwalk, OH

#55 Jun 8, 2012
jerimah ross wrote:
best man for the job

“SEC = Bandwagon”

Since: Dec 06

Cleveland, Ms,

#56 Jun 11, 2012
PhD wrote:
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You obviously don't have a PhD, otherwise your intellect wouldn't allow you to consider a crook to be the best man for the job.
G Wentworth

Columbus, OH

#57 Jun 12, 2012
Thompson. Out!

Memphis, TN

#58 Dec 21, 2013
If you want to name the people that brought Mississippi down, you might want to say Haley Barbour, Thad Concran, Walter Sillers, Trent Lott, and a host of other names. There is no way one member of the House can bring a state down. The Power in Mississippi rest with the Governor, U.S, Senators, and the leaders in the General Assembly. They make the laws, rules and regulations. They also control those that enforce Mississippi's laws.

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