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DAMN IT, now THAT motherfucker has his head on straight! I almost wish I could move to that state so I could vote for him

Oh and fuck democrats using ted kennedy even into death as a crutch to get sympathy and try to twist someones arm into this healthcare crap.
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That guy has it FUCKING RIGHT!
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I like him
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Well that guy proved that... he needs to be in the seat.


I still think we need joe wilson for prez lol. Then maybe he would really yell at people.

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I like the first guys reference to the "Clinton Era" experience. Does he feel that the Dems will have hosed things up so badly by the end of the current term that the Republicans will control things again for 3 or 4 terms? I agree with him if that was in meaning.
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I hate to say it but such a forward thinking individual will not be able to sit long in a state like Massachusetts, they are so far lost on the left they don't have a clue how to get back!!! But I love the comment!!!




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I almost wish that all the liberal jackoffs of the world could get the government that they want, to come to pass. Just to see them be crushed by it. Cause that's what it would do. "Oh you like to speak out? You're dead." But we can't have that. Cause then we would be subject to it to. Deport Liberals.

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I sure hope some of this conservative and independent talk translates to the floor of the Congress.

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Before you totally jump on his bandwagon, you should know that he voted for Health Care reform in Massachusetts. The Senate health care reform bill is somewhat based on it. He is by no means, a conservative. Of course now he's against that reform bill. Probably a good idea since it is crap but he IS ABSOLUTELY for heath care reform. I haven't heard him state his ideas on health care reform but if you get a look at the Massachusetts law, you'll get a good idea.

I like what I heard but that's what politicians do. Republican or Democrat, take it with a grain of salt.
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finally someone with the right ideas1

mass. better snag this guy up!

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Before you totally jump on his bandwagon, you should know that he voted for Health Care reform in Massachusetts. The Senate health care reform bill is somewhat based on it. He is by no means, a conservative. Of course now he's against that reform bill. Probably a good idea since it is crap but he IS ABSOLUTELY for heath care reform. I haven't heard him state his ideas on health care reform but if you get a look at the Massachusetts law, you'll get a good idea.

I like what I heard but that's what politicians do. Republican or Democrat, take it with a grain of salt.


Don't doubt the first part, and spot on on the second.
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Before you totally jump on his bandwagon, you should know that he voted for Health Care reform in Massachusetts. The Senate health care reform bill is somewhat based on it. He is by no means, a conservative. Of course now he's against that reform bill. Probably a good idea since it is crap but he IS ABSOLUTELY for heath care reform. I haven't heard him state his ideas on health care reform but if you get a look at the Massachusetts law, you'll get a good idea.

I like what I heard but that's what politicians do. Republican or Democrat, take it with a grain of salt.
I may still be on board of he voted for health care reform in Massachusetts while they wanted it and then decided to vote against it when the voters do not want it for the whole nation. That may or may not signal a politiican who is trying to do the right thing for his constituents.

I hope it means he is open to discussion on all issues and not some robot party hack who will tow the line no matter what his constituents want him to do.

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I hope it means he is open to discussion on all issues and not some robot party hack who will tow the line no matter what his constituents want him to do.
That's all Coaley is.

Despite whatever faults Brown may have:
A) He at least has the balls to say the right things.
B) He'd stop the majority Dems in the Senate.

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