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cloudminder
12:41 PM on 11/03/2010
are Snow and Collins going to be murkowskied?
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Iwpach
What did I step in this time?
12:43 PM on 11/03/2010
"Murkowskied" What an interesting new verb.=}
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bones4209
07:02 PM on 11/04/2010
That's what they say.
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HC4BO
Far-Left Socialist
12:38 PM on 11/03/2010
Anything that provides me with entertainment is welcome ...
12:36 PM on 11/03/2010
I may not vote for any GOP but good lord, why go after him?
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233Sandy
12:39 PM on 11/03/2010
Because he will actually go to the table and compromise with the Dems. We should all be on the look out for these baggers!
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Vikingdave
Treat friend like it's your last time together.
12:49 PM on 11/03/2010
Rethug scorched earth policy
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Cranmer1549
Always bet on black.
12:31 PM on 11/03/2010
Ha ha ha, if the Tea Party takes down Scott Brown in the primary, that's an automatic Democratic pickup in 2012. Go on Tea Party - keep challenging establishment Repubs. You'll only get more Democrats elected.
12:38 PM on 11/03/2010
Exactly, they don't seem to get that. Massachusetts soundly rejected GOP candidates yesterday.
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eduardo fernandez
12:44 PM on 11/03/2010
Brown isn't winning another term anyhow . He is a one shot wonder, best thing for him is to be taken out in the primary by the baggers at least then he can go to his grave claiming that he would have won the general if the baggers hadn't backed Sir Bagsalot in the primary .
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newtom
eschew obfuscation
12:31 PM on 11/03/2010
Brown is just the first of their own that they'll turn on. Eventually, once the newly-elected baggers get into office and start breaking their percieved promises, the whole bunch of them will get the same treatment. When the big-money supporters call on their favors and get their way, we'll see a real protest. They will not tolerate any amount of compromise or cooperation. Let them self-destruct. That will be the best thingt that
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newtom
eschew obfuscation
12:34 PM on 11/03/2010
whoops. allow me to complete that last sentence...

That wil be the best thing that can happen to get rid of them once and for all.
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12:31 PM on 11/03/2010
That would be a mistake. Someone more conservative than Brown is not electable.
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kareemachan
watashi ha tororu ga oroka da to omoi masu。
12:38 PM on 11/03/2010
Well, how often to you see teabaggers actually think about something instead of reacting emotionally to it?
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bones4209
07:01 PM on 11/04/2010
Shshh... Don't tell 'em!
12:22 PM on 11/03/2010
Scott Brown is the closest thing Mass has to a major conservative politician, other than Mitt Romney. I doubt a more conservative tea-bagger will even have a chance in Mass.
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Annoula
Enough about me!
12:51 PM on 11/03/2010
If Scott Brown is paying attention, he should be scared to death, not of the Tea Partiers but of his own future as Senator for MA in 2012. Brown thought his victory last year represented a "meaningful swing" to the right when in reality it was nothing more than a simple fluke. He even campaigned for a few republicans in MA trying to keep the "momentum" but THANK GOD but NOT A SINGLE ONE got elected last night! My prediction is that Scottie is a half termer! I Despite last night's nation-wide fiasco, I was truly pleased to see that my state continues to be"bluer than blue"!!
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charles116
12:15 PM on 11/03/2010
Well Bully for them.
The problem is finding NON whacko candidates.
12:19 PM on 11/03/2010
Deval Patrick?
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StephCaster
12:06 PM on 11/03/2010
At last, something the Tea Party and the Massachusetts Democratic Party have in common.