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Thursday, September 16, 2010

Write Down This Chris Coons Quote

From his website:
While the Republicans are seeing how low they can go, attacking each other over student loan debt and personal finance issues, we'll continue talking about something more relevant: jobs for Delawareans.
So I guess this means the Coons campaign will not sink to the level of the Castle campaign and conservative punditry, and will run on the Democrats' record on the economy?

Don't betcha.

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8 comments:

  1. Do I sense a little Palin in the good professor's post? You betcha.

    Imagine a post criticizing a candidate for what he has not yet done, that by a Palin fan who made her bones with sharp elbow attacks, is not lost on me.

    My guess is that you were pretty nasty in the courtroom. You were in the courtroom once weren't you? You betcha.

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  2. O'Donnell needs to latch onto that quote and roll it out after the first character attack from Coons....oh, wait! Conns doesn't have to attack her person, Rachael and the gang are doing his dirty work for him. Question his silence, Christine. Hammer on his colleagues failure to resurrect the economy, press hard on the forced legislation. Guilt by association, it works for them, use a little Alinsky against them!

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  3. O'Reilly, you're a schmo.

    He didn't criticize Coons for something he didn't do, he expressed a healthy level of skepticism to Coons promise of civility.

    "made her bones with sharp elbow attacks?"

    How nice of you to throw in a gratuitous unsubstantial attack on Palin. How nice of you to accuse someone else of nastiness and than end your comments with a nasty smart ass remark. And maybe next time your insult might even make sense! But what do you expect from someone who made his soup with hot water attacks?

    Are you a brainless dweeb? You betcha.

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  4. Plus if this post is your idea of nasty then there is something wrong with you other than the fact that you are siding with people have have used the dirtiest attacks and smears possible to demonize their opposition.

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  5. Harry Reid praised and referred to Coons, the bearded Marxist, as his pet candidate.

    Do Nevadan's really want to re-elect a senator who has a man-crush on a Marxist sympathizer?

    Sounds like a commercial that could work in Nevada. Hope the Angle people are paying attention.

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  6. I didn't claim it was "nasty". I claimed it was a "post criticizing a candidate for what he has not yet done."

    To wit:

    "So I guess this means the Coons campaign will not sink to the level of the Castle campaign and conservative punditry, and will run on the Democrats' record on the economy?

    Don't betcha."

    ...and I didn't have to call anyone a "schmo" or a "brainless dweeb" in making my argument.

    If you find the phrase "sharp elbows attacks" to be a hyperbolic or inaccurate way of describing Palin's style on the stump, then that's your problem. Frankly I'm less interested in your response than whether the good professor is a fan of Palin.

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  7. "Tea Party finds bearded Marxist running for office in Delaware"

    ...except he's not bearded and he's not a Marxist, he's a liberal Democrat who fights for working families.

    http://www.universalhub.com/node/35952

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  8. By raising taxes on working families by 43%?

    Yup. That's the ticket. No wonder Harry Reid called him "my pet".

    There is a reason the media is trying to keep O'Donnell off balance. They don't want to discuss the awful economic record of Coons and the Democrats.

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