Skip to comments.Sholley Cleans Bielat's clock in MA-04 debate
Posted on 08/19/2010 12:27:03 PM PDT by jazzpatriot
The verdict is in: Earl Sholley, tea party candidate for Congress from the Massachusetts 4th Congressional District cleaned Sean Bielats clock during a debate on radio station WXKS, Rush Radio 1200, in Medford, MA on Aug 12, 2010 on the Jeff Katz Show.
The only poll taken of this debate which received absolutely no coverage from the liberal mainstream media in obvious deference to incumbent Barney Frank was an internet poll which showed Sholley was the clear winner at 54% while Bielat received 46% of the total vote.
Not surprisingly, Earl Sholley, whom I support and have great respect for, demonstrated he was one of those rare politician who does not mince worlds when he referred to Islam as a cult and stated emphatically that Barney Frank should be investigated and incarcerated. And on the question of jobs, Earl also spoke definitively with specifics on his support for a permanent limit on taxes that will create better conditions for job creation and economic growth.
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Sean could beat Barney and Sholly can’t. That’s more important at this point.
“Sean could beat Barney and Sholly cant. Thats more important at this point.”
Then you best tell Sean to brush up and be ready.
I will, I know he needs to polish his act. I’m in their district and working on Sean’s campaign.
You are the author, you are the poster and it’s your website.
And the reason for excerpting is...
trolling for hits ?
I hope people will enjoy my website enough to come back. Is that such a terrible thing? I’ve built up a pretty steady readership and I’m close to getting some advertising revenue. It’s called entrepreneurship and it is very hard work, but I don’t feel there is anything wrong with it.
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