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

rbarton Wrote: Nov 05, 2012 8:25 AM
My first reaction is to ask how people in MA could even consider voting for someone as truly looney as Warren. Then, I look around where I live (FL) and we have Debbie Wasserman Schultz and it looks like Allan Grayson is going to be elected again. Are there really that many voters with the apparent I.Q. of a pea? Evidently.
asouthernbelle Wrote: Nov 05, 2012 8:36 AM
California and Massachusetts do elect some "interesting" representatives, but we in Florida hold our own with embarrassing politicians. Then you have a Georgia politician wondering in an island can tip over . . . This is our representative government. Oh, my!

Tomorrow the people of Massachusetts will cast their ballots in perhaps the most important and consequential Senate race of this election cycle. For more than two years, incumbent Senator Scott Brown (who won a special election in January 2010 to serve out the late Edward M. Kennedy’s ninth term in the upper chamber) has unquestionably served the Commonwealth both ably and faithfully. In fact, at a time of increased polarization and gridlock in Washington, Scott Brown has been one of only a handful of lawmakers genuinely committed to working with both political parties to move the country forward.