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McMahon Promises Bipartisanship for Connecticut in Senate Race

aschaper Wrote: Oct 15, 2012 10:26 PM
Linda McMahon is better than Mike Castle (R-Delaware) The GOP must embrace a bigger tent on social issues -- and there's nothing wrong with that. . . Remember two maxims from Master William F. Buckley: 1. Support the conservative who is the most electable 2. Not criminalizing something does not meat that we endorse or accept it. This is true in regards to homosexual relationships and pro-choice on abortion - I am convinced that the Republicans can get rid of this wedge issue by asserting that Republicans are the REAL Pro-Choice party -- pro-life, pro-business, pro-free market.
Dave M Wrote: Oct 15, 2012 10:30 PM
Buckley's Axioms.

1. There is no conservative in this race. PERIOD.
2. Liberals are liberals- they WILL criminalize people who don't endorse it.
Panda Wrote: Oct 16, 2012 1:07 AM
There is no brain in Dave's head. PERIOD.

Dave would have us repeat the ultra-laughable mistake of trying to push O'Donnell on Deleware. Hey Dave--stay out of any and all strategy meetings for the rest of your life, 'kay?
Republican Linda McMahon and Democrat Chris Murphy clashed in front of a riled-up crowd Monday night in the race to replace the retiring Sen. Joe Lieberman. Murphy made some obvious factual errors that he was not called out on while McMahon stumbled once or twice - but for the most part, the candidates held serve.

The crowd was noteworthy. They got involved early and often in the debate with a mostly pro-McMahon bent. Early on, McMahon criticized her opponent for not putting forward a jobs plan and the audience erupted. Multiple times, moderator Mark Davis had to ask the crowd...