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Health Bill At Issue In Mass. Special
Posted on 01/09/2010 9:20:42 AM PST by moose2004
Even though Scott Brown is the underdog, theres no doubt about that, this would be a way to say, Yes, even the people of Massachusetts are so upset with the shenanigans the Democrats have pulled over the health care bill that they can allow them to elect Scott Brown, former state GOP Chairman Peter Torkildsen said.
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TOPICS: News/Current Events; Politics/Elections
KEYWORDS: massachusetts; scottbrown; specialelection
I'm confident Scott has a real chance of winning, his message is starting to resonate with more and more Mass voters. Another positive, I've noticed Mary Anne Marsh, a Dem politcal consultant based in Mass and former member of Ted Kennedy's staff, has been very active talking up Coakley and attacking Brown. Clearly the main reason she's out there making the rounds with a compliant MSM is because she and other Kennedy loyalists are afraid of losing Ted's seat and the battle over health care "reform." Go Scott Go!!!
posted on 01/09/2010 9:20:43 AM PST
former state GOP Chairman Peter Torkildsen said.
So that's what he has done since leaving the Monkees.... hh
posted on 01/09/2010 9:23:09 AM PST
by hoosier hick
(Note to RINOs: We need a choice, not an echo....Barry Goldwater)
The Democrats want to continue their health care bill in secret. They do not want the Republicans’s screwing up their power grab. The MSM will assist the Democrats in this special election because the MSM is the Democrat Party at work.
posted on 01/09/2010 9:56:48 AM PST
To: moose2004; All
To: Jet Jaguar
Hopefully the MSM will be as effective in Massachusets in January as they were in New Jersey and Virginia in November.
The MSM is the Democratic Party. They are both the same!
posted on 01/09/2010 1:08:21 PM PST
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