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Why Did Gabriel Gomez Lose?

Anaconda Wrote: Jun 28, 2013 11:24 AM
Actually, the reason he lost was because he was a liberal. He refused to attack Markey on the issues. He ran a campaign that only said, he was new and MArkey was old. He was fresh and MArkey had been around forever. IT also did not help that he donated to Obama and told Deval Patrick that he would be a thorn in the side of Republicans in Congress. I am from MA and most of my conservative friends did not take time off work to vote for him.
Qweenmumof7 Wrote: Jun 28, 2013 11:51 AM
Well then, you and your friends are idiots for not voting. It's your fault. Just because Gomez was not 100 percent what you want, you could not take 80? Go to another party. We don't need jerks like you or your friends.
lmellette Wrote: Jun 28, 2013 1:20 PM
Why is it stupid to not vote for someone who you don't think represents your thinking? Stupid Statement?
Anaconda Wrote: Jun 28, 2013 3:53 PM
You are a loser and go F yourself. I am not going to leave the democrat party (yours). In fact I am an independent conservative so I have not party to leave assh..
Conservative abroad Wrote: Jun 28, 2013 7:12 PM
What a despicable comment Qween. People have every right to choose who they vote for and the lesser of 2 evils is usually not a good choice.

The vacated U.S. Senate seat in Massachusetts was eminently winnable, according to Republican strategist Curt Anderson, but there was one major problem: GOP donors sat on the sidelines.

Let’s be clear, this was a winnable race. The Democrat candidate, Congressman Ed Markey, ran a lackluster campaign that inspired no one. His 37 years in Congress made him the poster boy for term limits, he has 271 votes to increase taxes, he barely showed up on the trail, and he is to the left of the average voter in Massachusetts. In short, he was a worse candidate than even...