Discussion in 'Politics' started by RetiredGySgt, Jan 20, 2010.
Honest it is just a fluke, you Liberals just keep on doing what you are doing.
You should be a bit more celebratory. It appears the Republicans are taking over... the Northeast of all places. Between Christie taking New Jersey and now Brown in Massachusetts...
I'm glad Coakley lost. However, if you are going to blame Liberals than you're pointing your finger in the wrong direction. Especially since Scott Brown wasn't exactly Mr. Conservative.
They haven't come down from the kool aid yet ....
but is he gonna vote for the health care bill in its current form?
It's alright. I understand how they feel. They were like how I felt when Obama won. Back when I was younger and more naive mind you. What the excuse of someone who is twice my age, I have not a clue.
But yeah, a nice dose of reality is a killer hangover.
He is not going to vote for this monstrosity.
Of course not, he ran on the entire platform of being against this bill, but his ass is going to vote for something or offer something up. You think what is the most Liberal state in the Union is going to give this guy a chance and reelect him if he fucks around?
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Mr. Brown got his golden ticket, it's his choice what he does with it. He can fuck around in the chocolate, try to steal some of the inventions, be a bad egg, etc. If he does, he'll lose the votes of people like Article here and Del. And if he's lost those type of votes, he'll lose his reelection and the Republicans won't have another person in Congress from Mass for another thirty years.
No, he wont.
Do you think he gets elected if he didn't stipulate that he was going to work to make a better bill and support real health care reform?
I didn't know he said that, but I don't believe him.
I don't pay attention to what candidates say. It's 90 percent bullshit no matter which party it is.
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