Skip to comments.An Updated Analysis of the Sholley vs Bielat Debate in MA-04
Posted on 08/15/2010 8:59:20 AM PDT by jazzpatriot
Thursday morning, August 12, there was a debate on Rush Radio with Steve Katz. It was the first time both candidates had debated each other. Although the Bielat campaign had refused to debate Sholley for many months now, they finally relented and allowed the debate to take place even if it was at 7:00 AM while most people were trying to survive rush hour traffic, or gulping down a well needed cup of coffee. Still all and all I was glad they were finally discussing the issues, and found the confrontation quite refreshing and long overdue. At the end of this article are links to the debate itself, plus a link to a website where you can to vote on who won the debate if you wish yourself.
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The radio hosts name is actually Jeff Katz not Steve as stated in the blog.
Thanks Don. I used to know someone named Steve Katz, but that is no excuse for making a mistake like that considering I must have looked at his name or heard it mentioned hundreds
of time during my prep work for this article...Tom
Sean is my guy. Sholley sounds decent when he starts talking, then he gets silly. Both spoke at our recent Republican Town Committee meeting. Sholley was talking about issues which were state not federal issues (40B housing and family court....). Those are not relevant to this race. In trying to be a strong supporter of Israel, he proclaims he is for a one state solution! Okay....what does THAT mean? Incorporating the Palestinian arabs into the citizenry of Israel? They don’t want that and Israel would be over run with terrorists who hate her. Send them to Jordan? Egypt? Not so easy pal.
Sean is conservative, smart and a business man. He would be an awesome representative.
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