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Here's a voting suggestion

A solution to the current dilemma

Since both Senatorial candidates have spent $$ millions telling us that the other person is a no-show, is mean to women and the middle class, fails to pay bills, can't plan, and is generally a rounder, bounder and scoundrel, it must be true. Here's what to do about it.

DON"T VOTE FOR EITHER ONE; they are apparently unworthy. Instead, write in Blumenthal on the ballot. He's already there, has a staff and seniority and can use two votes instead of one. When he runs next time we'll vote him out of one of his offices and elect someone who unlike these two misfits is qualified to hold the office of US Senator from CT

I'm just sayin'

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Orangeaudio October 22, 2012 at 02:01 PM
I just have one question how is it Richard Blumenthal has been in public office since the early 70s what has a net worth of over or close to $100 million there's nothing that shows he inherited any large sums I'm thinking he's not as pristine as one would like to believe http://blogs.courant.com/capitol_watch/2010/05/the-running-of-the-rich-redux.html
Bombur October 22, 2012 at 08:14 PM
Nothing wrong with marrying well. If you are inferring he's underhanded some proof might be useful.

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