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In the Subject that Really Matters, Professor Warren Fails Her Exams

Archie1954 Wrote: Nov 06, 2012 12:40 AM
You know all the comments and criticisms about Ms. Warren do not add up to a hill of beans and are specious to tell the truth. We are electing a person who is dedicated to the betterment of the American people as a whole and she has already proved that she has the ability and ideas to serve them better than her opponent. He may be a fine fellow but he just doesn't have her credentials and drive.
Dan107 Wrote: Jan 06, 2013 10:41 AM
Archie, you also elected, time and time again, I might add, a Senator who killed a woman and her baby while driving drunk, and, instead of attempting to save her, ran off to establish an alibi.
You also elected a representative time and time again, I might add, who allowed his lover to run a male prostitution ring out of their apartment, and also co-authored the financial service bill that destroyed the housing market.
Your abiility to know who has what ability in what areas is suspect.

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