Skip to comments.Nelson, Mack meet in bitter Fla. Senate debate
Posted on 10/18/2012 6:55:48 AM PDT by SoFloFreeper
The first and only debate between Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson and Republican challenger Rep. Connie Mack IV Wednesday came across almost like the old school-yard taunt, "I know you are, but what am I?"
Both candidates accused each other of lying about the other's records, both used the "there you go again" line made famous three decades ago by President Ronald Reagan and both strayed from the subject of questions to take shots at the other.
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But the main goal is to fire Bill Nelson. Of course the Florida media is trying to prop up Nelson...this morning I saw the Miami station, pretty sure it was the Fox station, do a little shill for the Democrat.
Seriously, what the heck has Nelson done for this state? He’s so busy kissing butt in Washington that he doesn’t even remember what state he’s representing.
Some weeks ago the TampaBayTrib ( left-wing-rag) said that for Nelson to win, he’d have to run several points AHEAD of Obama. As Obama’s support in FL collapses, Nelson has almost no chance. This one is looking good.
Id love to see the Mack campaign use the
Like a Mack truck saying or something similar, in the race.
Of course Mack trucks will sue to stop them, etc.
Nothing to stop citizens from making their own clever signs to that effect.
“Send a Mack to Washington to roll over the liberals”
Hasner is running for the House in Allen West’s former district (mine).
Oh, I hope you are right. Nelson needs to be sent packing.
Does Nelson have serious health issues?
Yes — he is a LIEberal Democrat!
Ergo, by definition, he has a serious mental disease.
Hopefully, the disease is fatal to his Senate seat!
Not that I am aware of. He is a very small man.....he just looks like he is dead.
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