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Six of one...a half dozen of the other
Grim...there's no difference in either of them. Neither is better or worse. Personally, I don't even know the parties of many of the candidates here unless I look them up and many of the offices they are running for should have nothing to do with policy anyway. Our country's campaigning and election process is an embarrassment.
I watched 6 GOP commercials and 2 Dem ones in 10 minutes
I can tell already, that we (my state) is gonna be pounded with political advertisements that have nothing to do... with my state.
I'm writing in Robert Byrd for senate this year... because even a dead man has more concern for the state than the current crop of candidates.
All I hear is that every candidate claims that
they will fight. That's a promise I know will be kept by all.
HA HA !!
Democrats are still running against Bush !!!
huh ? What does your comment have to do with the topic?
The GOP is bringing an impressive amount of advertising money into my state.
The advertisements have nothing to do with State issues. They don't have anything to do with Bush either.
Should I assume you are just trying to be glib and provocative?
"I don't need my local election to be a referendum on national politics"
Is it that hard for you to keep your own train of thought??
Democrats are still running against Bush.
are you trying to be provocative?
It's not my fault
People lose track of their own thought process
I guess the dems are still running against Bush...
... because he was the reason the GOP lost in 2008. I mean, why change a successful strategy?
That only makes sense, since even the Tea Party stands against everything Bush did. It is amazing how many GOP candidates will be losing to Tea Party conservatives this coming fall.
All the Tea Party has to do is remind the country that the GOP is repeating the same empty promises of fiscal conservatism that they failed to live up to over the past 10 years.
I see what you mean now Mike. Thanks for brining it up !
It's ironic that Bush is now more popular
than the Democrats including Obama. It doesn't seem like a good idea to run against someone who is more popular than you are.
Bush is more popular?
That must be why he is spending all his time stumping on the campaign trail for the GOP right now.
The Dems are doing this in Illinois
They don't want to talk about their record so they mud sling with no sense of embarrassment. It is amazing to see candidates brazenly lieing as they look you in the face. Conversely, the Republicans are far better able to talk about the issues.
Lies are pretty much all they have.