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    Thumbs up to Governor Deval Patrick for not buckling under pressure.

    Don’t’cha just LOVE the Game of Politics?....Never a dull moment......I Love former Congressman Barney Frank and he tells it like it is like no other Congressman probably ever will, but I frowned when he ran to the Media suggesting he’s the perfect pick for Kerry’s vacated Senate seat. In my opinion he’s served his time and now it’s time to move aside and embrace new blood. To his credit then Representative Frank did have a private meeting with Governor Patrick submitting his name for consideration before talking to the Press. Like Bees to honey MSNBC and other Liberal media followed suit suggesting Outgoing Rep. Frank would be a great pick for the 5-month gig.

    All the while Governor Patrick had plans to appoint his former Chief of Staff William Cowan.


    “He has been a valued ally to me and our work on behalf of the people of the Commonwealth,” Patrick said at a news conference. “In every step, he has brought preparation, perspective, wisdom, sound judgment, and clarity of purpose.”


    “Cowan said he was “honored and humbled” to get the temporary post, which will make him the first African-American to represent Massachusetts in the Senate since Edward Brooke held the seat as a Republican from 1966 to 1978.”


    Too bad Senator Cowan is gonna give up his US Senate seat in June without a Political fight. With all the praise I’m reading about him he sounds like a Solid well rounded guy that the Libs in the Senate NEEDS.


    Cowan also looks a lot like the great actor Charles S. Dutton. When I saw him on TV last night I had to do a double-take.

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    Re: Thumbs up to Governor Deval Patrick for not buckling under pressure.

    ^I may have to revive my special election in MA thread that I started earlier.

    The problem is, the liberal shills lining up for the senate seat are cringe worthy. Ed Markey is Harry Reid lite and Stephen Lynch is an anti-choice Democrat which won't sit well on the state level.

    On the right it is even worse. There is Brown again [which I may just end up voting for him if either of those two get the nod above] and of course the Dr. of Fox News, Keith Ablow. Yes, he is shockingly a MA resident.

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    Re: Thumbs up to Governor Deval Patrick for not buckling under pressure.

    Wow Maxpowr....So you'd vote for former Super Model Brown KNOWING he's a Moderate Republican vs voting for a Moderate Democrat?

    There is NEVER a good reason to vote for a Republican...NEVER...

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    Re: Thumbs up to Governor Deval Patrick for not buckling under pressure.

    Quote Originally Posted by MisterMajestic View Post
    Wow Maxpowr....So you'd vote for former Super Model Brown KNOWING he's a Moderate Republican vs voting for a Moderate Democrat?

    There is NEVER a good reason to vote for a Republican...NEVER...
    I voted for Brown in 2010 and stand by that vote. You would have been a democratic shill to have voted for Coakley then.

    I would easily vote for Brown over Markey. A lot of people in MA do not like Markey at all. The party establishment like his 36-year record with nothing to show for it but many more independents are saying "anyone but him". However, a moderate vs moderate fight would be a far more interesting campaign.

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    Re: Thumbs up to Governor Deval Patrick for not buckling under pressure.

    Quote Originally Posted by maxpowr9 View Post
    I voted for Brown in 2010 and stand by that vote. You would have been a democratic shill to have voted for Coakley then.

    I would easily vote for Brown over Markey. A lot of people in MA do not like Markey at all. The party establishment like his 36-year record with nothing to show for it but many more independents are saying "anyone but him". However, a moderate vs moderate fight would be a far more interesting campaign.
    lol so out of the lesser of two evils you pick the more evil? i agree the democrats in ma. are something else, and brown as a little bit of respect but we must face the fact that more republicans in the senate would be bad for the economy.

    look at the big picture for a change. its not always about always being right.


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    Re: Thumbs up to Governor Deval Patrick for not buckling under pressure.

    Well, Scottie ain't running. For me, it's anyone BUT Lynch. The old saw about a Catholic in office DOES apply to Lynch. His religion will impact his role in the Senate, as it has in the House. Anti healthcare, anti choice

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    Re: Thumbs up to Governor Deval Patrick for not buckling under pressure.

    Quote Originally Posted by evanrick View Post
    lol so out of the lesser of two evils you pick the more evil? i agree the democrats in ma. are something else, and brown as a little bit of respect but we must face the fact that more republicans in the senate would be bad for the economy.

    look at the big picture for a change. its not always about always being right.
    Or...its about choosing the person you believe would be the best representative for your state, and your state's interests.

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    Re: Thumbs up to Governor Deval Patrick for not buckling under pressure.

    maxpower9, it now appears that Brown will NOT be running for the June election, which actually rather surprises me. I was certain that he would be running, and probably be almost a shoo-in. He didn't fall all that far behind the clearly better Elizabeth Warren three months ago.

    Apparently Scott Brown is, instead, actively re-grooming himself for a run for Governor, where he stands a very good chance.
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    Re: Thumbs up to Governor Deval Patrick for not buckling under pressure.

    Quote Originally Posted by JB3 View Post
    Or...its about choosing the person you believe would be the best representative for your state, and your state's interests.
    You should read his farewell speech in the Globe. It's a riot!

    [quote]Over the years I learned this really is just all about people.[quote]

    Yes, actually caring about your constituents is supposed to be your job.

    The Democratic establishment already did itself a big disservice by having Markey declare his candidacy and have various endorsements before Kerry was even officially nominated.

    You will really see the sparks fly when Menino endorses Lynch and the infighting begins.

    The GOP wants Tisei to run now and he is damaged goods after losing two elections already.

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    Re: Thumbs up to Governor Deval Patrick for not buckling under pressure.

    Quote Originally Posted by MisterMajestic View Post
    Don’t’cha just LOVE the Game of Politics?....Never a dull moment......I Love former Congressman Barney Frank and he tells it like it is like no other Congressman probably ever will, but I frowned when he ran to the Media suggesting he’s the perfect pick for Kerry’s vacated Senate seat. In my opinion he’s served his time and now it’s time to move aside and embrace new blood. To his credit then Representative Frank did have a private meeting with Governor Patrick submitting his name for consideration before talking to the Press. Like Bees to honey MSNBC and other Liberal media followed suit suggesting Outgoing Rep. Frank would be a great pick for the 5-month gig.

    All the while Governor Patrick had plans to appoint his former Chief of Staff William Cowan.


    “He has been a valued ally to me and our work on behalf of the people of the Commonwealth,” Patrick said at a news conference. “In every step, he has brought preparation, perspective, wisdom, sound judgment, and clarity of purpose.”


    “Cowan said he was “honored and humbled” to get the temporary post, which will make him the first African-American to represent Massachusetts in the Senate since Edward Brooke held the seat as a Republican from 1966 to 1978.”


    Too bad Senator Cowan is gonna give up his US Senate seat in June without a Political fight. With all the praise I’m reading about him he sounds like a Solid well rounded guy that the Libs in the Senate NEEDS.


    Cowan also looks a lot like the great actor Charles S. Dutton. When I saw him on TV last night I had to do a double-take.

    I find it very strange how so many so-called "progressive" states refuse to vet or nominate a black senatorial candidate. If you are going to be about diversity then be about diversity. Don't be about "diversity" but basically allow the same ol' bullshit. In more ways than one, the US Senate is like the government's equivalent of a country club...

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    Re: Thumbs up to Governor Deval Patrick for not buckling under pressure.

    Quote Originally Posted by maxpowr9 View Post
    I voted for Brown in 2010 and stand by that vote. You would have been a democratic shill to have voted for Coakley then.

    I would easily vote for Brown over Markey. A lot of people in MA do not like Markey at all. The party establishment like his 36-year record with nothing to show for it but many more independents are saying "anyone but him". However, a moderate vs moderate fight would be a far more interesting campaign.
    Maxpowr...Are you a Democratic, Republican or Independant? Which Presidential Candidate did you vote for in 2000, 2004, 2008 & 2012?

    Did you vote FOR Governor Patrick in the last 2 State elections or did you vote against him?

    As you know Super Model Brown is not gonna Dazzle us with that Great-Crop of hair of his over the next 5-Months...So are you gonna wait for the next Republican to step up to the plate or do you plan on not voting?



    Quote Originally Posted by kayman23 View Post
    I find it very strange how so many so-called "progressive" states refuse to vet or nominate a black senatorial candidate. If you are going to be about diversity then be about diversity. Don't be about "diversity" but basically allow the same ol' bullshit. In more ways than one, the US Senate is like the government's equivalent of a country club...
    Kayman...Save that argument man...Don't sit there and throw stones at Democratic States when you know Good & Well your home State of Alabama elects any Redneck that has at least 2 teeth....

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    Re: Thumbs up to Governor Deval Patrick for not buckling under pressure.

    Quote Originally Posted by MisterMajestic View Post
    Maxpowr...Are you a Democratic, Republican or Independant? Which Presidential Candidate did you vote for in 2000, 2004, 2008 & 2012?

    Did you vote FOR Governor Patrick in the last 2 State elections or did you vote against him?

    As you know Super Model Brown is not gonna Dazzle us with that Great-Crop of hair of his over the next 5-Months...So are you gonna wait for the next Republican to step up to the plate or do you plan on not voting?





    Kayman...Save that argument man...Don't sit there and throw stones at Democratic States when you know Good & Well your home State of Alabama elects any Redneck that has at least 2 teeth....
    Uh, negative ghostwriter. First and foremost, I live in Atlanta now (Georgia resident). Secondly, that is any Southern state that isn't FL or VA that will elect anything with a "R" behind its name, not just Alabama (that includes your home state of SC). Finally, I will criticize anywhere because they should be more willing to elect a black person to office before any other locale in the US. Nobody gets a pass on that bullshit front, period. Fuck that one.

    Illinois shouldn't be the state in modern US history to elect 2 black US Senators (Barack Obama and Carol Moseley Braun).

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    Re: Thumbs up to Governor Deval Patrick for not buckling under pressure.

    Quote Originally Posted by kayman23 View Post
    Uh, negative ghostwriter. First and foremost, I live in Atlanta now (Georgia resident)..
    You updated your Location AFTER my response to you..Don't even try it Slick-Rick......Don't be ashamed of your homestate Alabama...I'm NOT ashamed of South Carolina and I Brag and Call the State out whenever I please....

    You think I enjoy watching SC Republicans WIN every Damn thing all the time? It's sickening but I STILL Love my Home-state....

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    Re: Thumbs up to Governor Deval Patrick for not buckling under pressure.

    The first presidential election I was eligible to vote in was 2008 and I begrudgingly voted for Obama [still am a Hilldog fan and the thought of Palin being a heartbeat away from the office terrified me]. Voted for Johnson this past election because I was disgusted with both candidates. I have a strong dislike for those that vote straight partyline without thinking for themselves.

    Lynch is my former congressman and my district [before the recent census] was heavily Catholic. There are A LOT of blue dog Catholics in MA that carry a very heavy stick. If MA is so progressive as you think it is, why did assisted suicide get shot down this previous election? Those Catholics turned out the vote.

    If Lynch plays his cards right, he should be able to take down empty suit Markey. Although I kind of chuckle that Lynch is probably more conservative than Scott Brown.

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    Re: Thumbs up to Governor Deval Patrick for not buckling under pressure.

    Quote Originally Posted by MisterMajestic View Post
    You updated your Location AFTER my response to you..Don't even try it Slick-Rick......Don't be ashamed of your homestate Alabama...I'm NOT ashamed of South Carolina and I Brag and Call the State out whenever I please....

    You think I enjoy watching SC Republicans WIN every Damn thing all the time? It's sickening but I STILL Love my Home-state....
    Yep, certainly did because it had "Birmingham (Alabama) & Atlanta", and Georgia has been on my profile location since last year as well. I am ashamed the entire South in general outside of the larger metropolises of Atlanta, Miami, and Washington DC because the rest of the region are still beacons of willful ignorance, hypocrisy, and all forms of anti-diversity sentiments. It still doesn't change my disposition about why so called "progressive locales" like Massachusetts, New York, etc. refuse to elect a black US senator.

    Glad you love your home state, but that still doesn't change my opinion of Alabama. Aside from Birmingham, I hate Alabama with passion hence why I moved away from it late last year. Sorry, but I don't reside in areas incompatible with my personal sensibilities. I don't come up with no excuse why any place is ass backwards is "home", if it elects all idiots (Republicans) that are detrimental to my existence and ability to thrive economically then that place at isn't shit. It's pretty simple conclusion to make...

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    Re: Thumbs up to Governor Deval Patrick for not buckling under pressure.

    Quote Originally Posted by kayman23 View Post
    Yep, certainly did because it had "Birmingham (Alabama) & Atlanta", and Georgia has been on my profile location since last year as well. I am ashamed the entire South in general outside of the larger metropolises of Atlanta, Miami, and Washington DC because the rest of the region are still beacons of willful ignorance, hypocrisy, and all forms of anti-diversity sentiments. It still doesn't change my disposition about why so called "progressive locales" like Massachusetts, New York, etc. refuse to elect a black US senator.
    You do realize that despite the progressiveness of New England, that we are in fact, quite racist. Fuck, Maine is the whitest state in the country and many states are close on their heels. You should read about the latest backlash against Somali refugees in Maine and the vitriol spewed against them. Illegal Brazilians in MA are a big problem that goes unanswered. Look back in 2008 and which Democratic candidate won MA. It wasn't the black guy.

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    Re: Thumbs up to Governor Deval Patrick for not buckling under pressure.

    Quote Originally Posted by maxpowr9 View Post
    You do realize that despite the progressiveness of New England, that we are in fact, quite racist. Fuck, Maine is the whitest state in the country and many states are close on their heels. You should read about the latest backlash against Somali refugees in Maine and the vitriol spewed against them. Illegal Brazilians in MA are a big problem that goes unanswered. Look back in 2008 and which Democratic candidate won MA. It wasn't the black guy.
    Exactly, this is why I avoid the majority of New England with the exception of Hartford like it is the Bubonic Plague. It seems the most progressive places are the least likely to embrace racial diversity.

    It's also why I have so much respect for Southern locales like Washington DC, Atlanta, Miami, Fort Lauderdale, New Orleans, and Durham (North Carolina). These places thrive as not only as beacons of progressiveness but racial diversity in overwhelming areas that are otherwise noninclusive to such. You can not only be queer but be a queer of color and love being in these places.

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    Re: Thumbs up to Governor Deval Patrick for not buckling under pressure.

    All this talk about The ATL reminds me of the years I lived in Norcross....Love the City HATED the traffic...The water always looked to mysterious to drink, hopefully it's changed over the last 12yrs...Atlanta is a great place to move to...

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