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Warren VS Brown

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  • Democrat
    Attleboro, MA
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    When Chris makes a point on the positions of Scott Brown. He is not the "Bi partisan" that you described him as.

    Scott Brown is as Republican as Mitch Mc Connell, from whom he takes his marching orders when he is needed. He has always called himself the 41st vote.


    The true liberal in this race is Elizabeth Warren. President Obama did not dare to appoint her as head of the "Consumer Protection Bureau" knowing that

    she would be just another filibustered appointment.
  • Liberal
    Independent
    Durham, NH
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    That's the truth fer sure. Brown is nothing more than a "poor Romney" who will say and do whatever necessary to get (stay) in office. But, there are enough blind, dumb people out there (even in Massachusetts) that will support him no mater what because he says what THEY want to hear, NOT the truth. I hope he gets his arse whipped by Warren but I fear it's going to be close.
  • Independent
    Plymouth, WI
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    It was great to see Brown fall, never liked him from the first time I seen him and his children whos future he cares nothing about. He for sure is a drill baby drill follower, now maybe we can follow another direction, like solar and no more of hells septic for fuel?
  • Other Party
    Nebraska
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    And speaking of drillbaby drill did you see the news a few days ago? America is projected to surpass Saudia Arabia as the number one oil producing country by 2017. Yes solar is growing, but so is oil.
  • Independent
    Plymouth, WI
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    jamesn Wrote: And speaking of drillbaby drill did you see the news a few days ago? America is projected to surpass Saudia Arabia as the number one oil producing country by 2017. Yes solar is growing, but so is oil.
    Saudi Arabia is our number 3 supplier of foreign oil to America, Canada is number 1, selling us twice as much oil as Saudi Arabia, and Mexico is number 2, selling us about the same amount of oil as Saudi Arabia. Pretty sad we don't sell any of our oil, instead we burn it up and a lot more, with cars that get a third of the mileage they can get. Our same American cars when sold overseas, get WAY better mileage than when sold here, why? Because they have to meet overseas fuel standards, if they don't they cannot be sold there, so no problem, our cars get better mileage there than here, why? Because oil owns our country, ALL our politicians are bought and paid for by oil, why? Don't forget about the fuel tax, if our mileage doubled over night which it could, with a simple computer program by the car makers, the fuel tax would be cut in half, the last thing our money owned government wants is less tax money. And yes they want that oil lobby money too. Pretty sad for sure, we have enough sun hit the planet every hour to supply our power needs for a year, yet here we are, using 19th century technology for fuel in the 21st century, why, because of legal bribes, lobby money. As long as the majority puts up with bought off politicians, you can bet air and water pollution caused by oil will only kill us all one day in the end. God’s sun shines down from the heavens every day for us to use for free and clean, yet our government insists on using hells septic for fuel instead, what does that tell you about are system? It is time to change the system, before the system leaves nothing left to change.
  • Other Party
    Nebraska
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    The answer to all the questions is money. Oil IS money. The greed of mankind is limitless.

    You want to change the system? There's only one way: money. You have to have more money than the other guy so you can out bid him.

    Unitedmajority America is on track to become the worlds top PRODUCER of oil by 2017. Not talking about supplying foreign oil to America but PRODUCING oil for the worldwide market. Saudia Arabia PRODUCES more oil than any other country and the USA is projected to take the lead in 5 short years.
  • Independent
    Plymouth, WI
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    jamesn Wrote: The answer to all the questions is money. Oil IS money. The greed of mankind is limitless.

    You want to change the system? There's only one way: money. You have to have more money than the other guy so you can out bid him.

    Unitedmajority America is on track to become the worlds top PRODUCER of oil by 2017. Not talking about supplying foreign oil to America but PRODUCING oil for the worldwide market. Saudia Arabia PRODUCES more oil than any other country and the USA is projected to take the lead in 5 short years.
    Sorry to inform, but even if America does become the worlds largest producer of hells septic, it does not leave any oil for the worlds market. Again, we import HUGE amounts of oil besides using all we produce in America. Largest producer or not, as long as we keep burning hells septic like there is no tomorrow, we will never have a drop to export.
  • Other Party
    Nebraska
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    We agree again. Both our points are correct. You are talking imports and I am talking production and we are both right. The USA is PART of the worldwide market. The larger point is that oil production is getting bigger here in the USA.
  • Democrat
    California
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    I agree with you. But as I read reports, Warren is more famous. Senator-elect Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts will apparently be a part of the U.S. Senate Banking Committee, reports from inside the Senate suggest. While no formal choice will be made before the U.S. Senate re-convenes, it is believed that Warren is a natural, thinking about her role in the early formation of the CFPB and the Dodd-Frank Act.
  • Liberal Democrat
    Democrat
    Colorado Springs, CO
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    Ryan Lee Wrote: I agree with you. But as I read reports, Warren is more famous. Senator-elect Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts will apparently be a part of the U.S. Senate Banking Committee, reports from inside the Senate suggest. While no formal choice will be made before the U.S. Senate re-convenes, it is believed that Warren is a natural, thinking about her role in the early formation of the CFPB and the Dodd-Frank Act.
    Ryan Lee -- You seem to be a bit out of touch. Elizabeth Warren won the general election on November 6, 2012, to become the first female Senator from Massachusetts. For the past 1 1/2 years Senator Warren has served on the Senate Special Committee on Aging; the Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Committee; and the Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee.