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I see the healthcare vote going to reconciliation. The rats are jumping the ship because they don't want to have to deal with the wrath of the public if it passes. In the words of Sol: DemocRATS suck! Lemme add that they are cowards as well.

 

Evan Bayh

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Why so gleeful? Seems like he was a fairly centrist Senator who represented his constituents instead of moving lockstep with his party.

 

From your linked article:

"In the past two years, Mr. Bayh has been focused on budget and fiscal issues and frustrated some of his colleagues by balking at the Democratic budget proposals. According to analysis by The Times of Mr. Bayh’s voting history, Mr. Bayh has voted with a majority of the Democratic caucus roughly 71 percent of the time during the 111th Congress — the lowest percentage of his career. (He has also been the Senate Democrat least likely to vote with the party this Congress.)"

 

From CNN:

"Bayh "hates the Senate [and] hates the left bloggers," said one friend of the senator's who has also been a longtime adviser. "They are getting their wish [of] pure Democrats in the minority."

 

Out with the moderates! We need more partisan hacks!

 

With a 61%/24% approval/disapproval rating, doesn't really seem like he is a rat jumping ship or a coward.

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Why so gleeful? Seems like he was a fairly centrist Senator who represented his constituents instead of moving lockstep with his party.

 

From your linked article:

"In the past two years, Mr. Bayh has been focused on budget and fiscal issues and frustrated some of his colleagues by balking at the Democratic budget proposals. According to analysis by The Times of Mr. Bayh’s voting history, Mr. Bayh has voted with a majority of the Democratic caucus roughly 71 percent of the time during the 111th Congress — the lowest percentage of his career. (He has also been the Senate Democrat least likely to vote with the party this Congress.)"

 

From CNN:

"Bayh "hates the Senate [and] hates the left bloggers," said one friend of the senator's who has also been a longtime adviser. "They are getting their wish [of] pure Democrats in the minority."

 

Out with the moderates! We need more partisan hacks!

 

With a 61%/24% approval/disapproval rating, doesn't really seem like he is a rat jumping ship or a coward.

He is a both a centrist and a Democrat and that's his problem.

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I see the healthcare vote going to reconciliation. The rats are jumping the ship because they don't want to have to deal with the wrath of the public if it passes. In the words of Sol: DemocRATS suck! Lemme add that they are cowards as well.

 

Evan Bayh

 

Evan Bayh has a record of distinquished service to his country that only a very few could match. Certainly not slimey partisan hacks like you...

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Gleeful? I don't think so. If they weren't cowards they would run for re-election and let their constituents decide whether they're doing a good job or not. Everyone can see the discontent in this country, jambing a bill down the throats of Americans because it's "Historic" then abandoning ship is pussy, cowardice bullshit. Says much about where this country has evolved.

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Gleeful? I don't think so. If they weren't cowards they would run for re-election and let their constituents decide whether they're doing a good job or not. Everyone can see the discontent in this country, jambing a bill down the throats of Americans because it's "Historic" then abandoning ship is pussy, cowardice bullshit. Says much about where this country has evolved.

 

You referring to Mr Bayh as a coward is rich :(

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Why so gleeful? Seems like he was a fairly centrist Senator who represented his constituents instead of moving lockstep with his party.

 

From your linked article:

"In the past two years, Mr. Bayh has been focused on budget and fiscal issues and frustrated some of his colleagues by balking at the Democratic budget proposals. According to analysis by The Times of Mr. Bayh’s voting history, Mr. Bayh has voted with a majority of the Democratic caucus roughly 71 percent of the time during the 111th Congress — the lowest percentage of his career. (He has also been the Senate Democrat least likely to vote with the party this Congress.)"

 

From CNN:

"Bayh "hates the Senate [and] hates the left bloggers," said one friend of the senator's who has also been a longtime adviser. "They are getting their wish [of] pure Democrats in the minority."

 

Out with the moderates! We need more partisan hacks!

 

With a 61%/24% approval/disapproval rating, doesn't really seem like he is a rat jumping ship or a coward.

 

My bet is that he's just had it with being in the Senate.

 

He worked real hard to get the deficit panel through

and thought he had bipartisan support. When they Republicans

bailed, it became clear that it is a waste of time

trying to accomplish anything in there nowadays.

 

If they won't even agree to work or even be honest on

something like that....

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He is a both a centrist and a Democrat and that's his problem.

Precisely. But I think he'd probably be equally unhappy as a Repub. Neither party has been taking the big tent approach of late.

 

Gleeful? I don't think so. If they weren't cowards they would run for re-election and let their constituents decide whether they're doing a good job or not. Everyone can see the discontent in this country, jambing a bill down the throats of Americans because it's "Historic" then abandoning ship is pussy, cowardice bullshit. Says much about where this country has evolved.

Approval ratings generally mean that his constituents already think he's doing a good job, despite the farce that was the proposed healthcare reform. A 62% approval rating despite the albatross around the neck that having a "D" after your name has become is pretty impressive. I personally recognize a difference between a well-liked moderate Senator who has shown a willingness to cross the aisle and a POS like Chris Dodd. But then again I try not to view things in terms of us vs. the pussy cowards.

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Gleeful? I don't think so. If they weren't cowards they would run for re-election and let their constituents decide whether they're doing a good job or not. Everyone can see the discontent in this country, jambing a bill down the throats of Americans because it's "Historic" then abandoning ship is pussy, cowardice bullshit. Says much about where this country has evolved.

 

I don't see him as a coward so much as he is sending a loud and clear message to both parties that the middle is not happy with the wings.

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Gleeful? I don't think so. If they weren't cowards they would run for re-election and let their constituents decide whether they're doing a good job or not. Everyone can see the discontent in this country, jambing a bill down the throats of Americans because it's "Historic" then abandoning ship is pussy, cowardice bullshit. Says much about where this country has evolved.

 

I don't see him as a coward so much as he is sending a loud and clear message to both parties that the middle is not happy with the wings.

 

That wouldn't exactly be "news"....don't think he would

decide to go do something else because of that.

 

My bet is it's a statement on the dysfunctional Senate

we find ourselves with.

 

We should see him talk about it at length soon.

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He could have just quit.

He stuck it to the Dem's in a big way - The deadline to file petitions to get on the ballot in Indiana is tomorrow which means any Dem of note will not have time to gather the signatures - by waiting until the eve of the deadline he definitely is sending a message.

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He could have just quit.

He stuck it to the Dem's in a big way - The deadline to file petitions to get on the ballot in Indiana is tomorrow which means any Dem of note will not have time to gather the signatures - by waiting until the eve of the deadline he definitely is sending a message.

What message would that be Mr. BUSH SUPPORTER; to unite the party voters behind one nominee instead of a blood letting in a primary election?

 

LOL at your idiotic statement: "He stuck it to the Dem's in a big way".

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Yep Bayh sure as hell didn't want to get bloodied in the primary :lol::lol::lol:

 

INDIANA active candidates for US senate

Tamyra d'Ippolito (D)

Restaurant Owner & Community Activist

Don Bates Jr. ®

Bank Branch Manager

Richard Behney ®

Plumbing Contractor & Anti-Tax Activist

John Hostettler ®

Ex-Congressman, Publishing Company Owner & Engineer

Marlin Stutzman ®

State Sen., Ex-State Rep. & Farmer

Rebecca Giltner (Independent)

Published Author, Homemaker, Farmer, Concerned Parent, Constitution Supporter

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Yep Bayh sure as hell didn't want to get bloodied in the primary :lol::lol::lol:

 

INDIANA active candidates for US senate

Tamyra d'Ippolito (D)

Restaurant Owner & Community Activist

Don Bates Jr. ®

Bank Branch Manager

Richard Behney ®

Plumbing Contractor & Anti-Tax Activist

John Hostettler ®

Ex-Congressman, Publishing Company Owner & Engineer

Marlin Stutzman ®

State Sen., Ex-State Rep. & Farmer

Rebecca Giltner (Independent)

Published Author, Homemaker, Farmer, Concerned Parent, Constitution Supporter

 

Wonder if Mr. Behney has any relatives named Joe/sam.

 

I find it funny that Ms. Giltner is distinguished from the crowd by being a "Constitution Supporter". That alone will make her unique in Washington.

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Yep Bayh sure as hell didn't want to get bloodied in the primary :lol::lol::lol:

 

INDIANA active candidates for US senate

Tamyra d'Ippolito (D)

Restaurant Owner & Community Activist

Don Bates Jr. ®

Bank Branch Manager

Richard Behney ®

Plumbing Contractor & Anti-Tax Activist

John Hostettler ®

Ex-Congressman, Publishing Company Owner & Engineer

Marlin Stutzman ®

State Sen., Ex-State Rep. & Farmer

Rebecca Giltner (Independent)

Published Author, Homemaker, Farmer, Concerned Parent, Constitution Supporter

Hey Mr. BULLSHITER,

 

How many of those that you listed as "INDIANA active candidates for US senate" have filed for the DemocRATIC Party Primary Election?

 

LOL at you, moron.

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He could have just quit.

.....which means any Dem of note will not have time to gather the signatures - by waiting until the eve of the deadline he definitely is sending a message.

 

jumping off a sinking ship? He wanted to go out with a message to be sure.

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He could have just quit.

.....which means any Dem of note will not have time to gather the signatures - by waiting until the eve of the deadline he definitely is sending a message.

jumping off a sinking ship? He wanted to go out with a message to be sure.

Not quite as dramatic as when regressives the likes of you, Anonymous Guest, and Malarkey lose your marbles, have temper tantrums like a baby wanting a pacifier to suck on, and depart from the PA forum only bto return with your tails between your legs; hey McCabe?

 

LOL at you and your weak regressive ilk that can dish it out but can't take it.

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He could have just quit.

.....which means any Dem of note will not have time to gather the signatures - by waiting until the eve of the deadline he definitely is sending a message.

jumping off a sinking ship? He wanted to go out with a message to be sure.

Not quite as dramatic as when regressives the likes of you, Anonymous Guest, and Malarkey lose your marbles, have temper tantrums like a baby wanting a pacifier to suck on, and depart from the PA forum only bto return with your tails between your legs; hey McCabe?

 

LOL at you and your weak regressive ilk that can dish it out but can't take it.

 

Why do you sound like Boris from Rocky and Bullwinkle?

 

You are a fucking caricature.

 

"Strong like Bull, Smart like Streetcar?"

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He could have just quit.

.....which means any Dem of note will not have time to gather the signatures - by waiting until the eve of the deadline he definitely is sending a message.

jumping off a sinking ship? He wanted to go out with a message to be sure.

Not quite as dramatic as when regressives the likes of you, Anonymous Guest, and Malarkey lose your marbles, have temper tantrums like a baby wanting a pacifier to suck on, and depart from the PA forum only bto return with your tails between your legs; hey McCabe?

 

LOL at you and your weak regressive ilk that can dish it out but can't take it.

Why do you sound like Boris from Rocky and Bullwinkle?

 

You are a fucking caricature.

 

"Strong like Bull, Smart like Streetcar?"

Why is no one surprised that you watch cartoons on TV, and derive your perception of the world from their content.

 

Is that how you learned to throw tantrums?

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Why is no one surprised that you watch cartoons on TV, and derive your perception of the world from their content.

 

Is that how you learned to throw tantrums?

 

Not really, I've learned from you.

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Yep Bayh sure as hell didn't want to get bloodied in the primary :lol::lol::lol:

 

INDIANA active candidates for US senate

Tamyra d'Ippolito (D)

Restaurant Owner & Community Activist

Don Bates Jr. ®

Bank Branch Manager

Richard Behney ®

Plumbing Contractor & Anti-Tax Activist

John Hostettler ®

Ex-Congressman, Publishing Company Owner & Engineer

Marlin Stutzman ®

State Sen., Ex-State Rep. & Farmer

Rebecca Giltner (Independent)

Published Author, Homemaker, Farmer, Concerned Parent, Constitution Supporter

Hey Mr. BULLSHITER,

 

How many of those that you listed as "INDIANA active candidates for US senate" have filed for the DemocRATIC Party Primary Election?

 

LOL at you, moron.

To date NONE except Bahy which is why your claim that he dropped out " to unite the party voters behind one nominee instead of a blood letting in a primary election?" makes no sense, but why should that surprise anyone.

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In looking over Mr. Bayh's voting record he is far from a moderate/centrist/fiscal conservative from what I see. His voting record sucks:

 

* FOR the $2 trillion federal health care takeover;

* FOR $700 billion Wall Street bailout;

* FOR the $787 billion stimulus;

* FOR the Cash for Clunkers debacle;

* FOR a job killing cap-and-trade energy tax;

* FOR the auto bailouts;

* FOR card check; and,

* AGAINST repealing the Death Tax.

 

Bye, bye, Mr. Bayh. I won't be missin' ya'.

 

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In looking over Mr. Bayh's voting record he is far from a moderate/centrist/fiscal conservative from what I see. His voting record sucks:

 

* FOR the $2 trillion federal health care takeover;

* FOR $700 billion Wall Street bailout;

* FOR the $787 billion stimulus;

* FOR the Cash for Clunkers debacle;

* FOR a job killing cap-and-trade energy tax;

* FOR the auto bailouts;

* FOR card check; and,

* AGAINST repealing the Death Tax.

 

Bye, bye, Mr. Bayh. I won't be missin' ya'.

 

Bayh Vote Database

and his internal polls probably had him behind Coats who just entered the race so he vocally withdraws claiming that he is a moderate. Leaving him wiggle room to be back to fight another day.

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Yep Bayh sure as hell didn't want to get bloodied in the primary :lol::lol::lol:

 

INDIANA active candidates for US senate

Tamyra d'Ippolito (D)

Restaurant Owner & Community Activist

Don Bates Jr. ®

Bank Branch Manager

Richard Behney ®

Plumbing Contractor & Anti-Tax Activist

John Hostettler ®

Ex-Congressman, Publishing Company Owner & Engineer

Marlin Stutzman ®

State Sen., Ex-State Rep. & Farmer

Rebecca Giltner (Independent)

Published Author, Homemaker, Farmer, Concerned Parent, Constitution Supporter

Hey Mr. BULLSHITER,

 

How many of those that you listed as "INDIANA active candidates for US senate" have filed for the DemocRATIC Party Primary Election?

 

LOL at you, moron.

To date NONE except Bahy which is why your claim that he dropped out " to unite the party voters behind one nominee instead of a blood letting in a primary election?" makes no sense, but why should that surprise anyone.

BUSH SUPPORTER, you are a regressive RepubliCUNT moron who can't even correctly spell the Senator's name.

 

Cite where Bayh ever stated that he would be a candidate for the Senate election in 2010.

 

His announcement not to seek re election was timed so that there wouldn't be a Democratic primary bloodbath, since no one would have time to file their candidacy before the deadline.

 

Hence, Bayh's announcement "to unite the party voters behind one nominee instead of a blood letting in a primary election" makes perfect sense to those with basic reading and comprehension skills; too bad for you that you are not one of them.

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Yep Bayh sure as hell didn't want to get bloodied in the primary :lol::lol::lol:

 

INDIANA active candidates for US senate

Tamyra d'Ippolito (D)

Restaurant Owner & Community Activist

Don Bates Jr. ®

Bank Branch Manager

Richard Behney ®

Plumbing Contractor & Anti-Tax Activist

John Hostettler ®

Ex-Congressman, Publishing Company Owner & Engineer

Marlin Stutzman ®

State Sen., Ex-State Rep. & Farmer

Rebecca Giltner (Independent)

Published Author, Homemaker, Farmer, Concerned Parent, Constitution Supporter

Hey Mr. BULLSHITER,

 

How many of those that you listed as "INDIANA active candidates for US senate" have filed for the DemocRATIC Party Primary Election?

 

LOL at you, moron.

To date NONE except Bahy which is why your claim that he dropped out " to unite the party voters behind one nominee instead of a blood letting in a primary election?" makes no sense, but why should that surprise anyone.

BUSH SUPPORTER, you are a regressive RepubliCUNT moron who can't even correctly spell the Senator's name.

 

Cite where Bayh ever stated that he would be a candidate for the Senate election in 2010.

 

His announcement not to seek re election was timed so that there wouldn't be a Democratic primary bloodbath, since no one would have time to file their candidacy before the deadline.

 

Hence, Bayh's announcement "to unite the party voters behind one nominee instead of a blood letting in a primary election" makes perfect sense to those with basic reading and comprehension skills; too bad for you that you are not one of them.

 

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Yep Bayh sure as hell didn't want to get bloodied in the primary :lol::lol::lol:

 

INDIANA active candidates for US senate

Tamyra d'Ippolito (D)

Restaurant Owner & Community Activist

Don Bates Jr. ®

Bank Branch Manager

Richard Behney ®

Plumbing Contractor & Anti-Tax Activist

John Hostettler ®

Ex-Congressman, Publishing Company Owner & Engineer

Marlin Stutzman ®

State Sen., Ex-State Rep. & Farmer

Rebecca Giltner (Independent)

Published Author, Homemaker, Farmer, Concerned Parent, Constitution Supporter

Hey Mr. BULLSHITER,

 

How many of those that you listed as "INDIANA active candidates for US senate" have filed for the DemocRATIC Party Primary Election?

 

LOL at you, moron.

To date NONE except Bahy which is why your claim that he dropped out " to unite the party voters behind one nominee instead of a blood letting in a primary election?" makes no sense, but why should that surprise anyone.

BUSH SUPPORTER, you are a regressive RepubliCUNT moron who can't even correctly spell the Senator's name.

 

Cite where Bayh ever stated that he would be a candidate for the Senate election in 2010.

 

His announcement not to seek re election was timed so that there wouldn't be a Democratic primary bloodbath, since no one would have time to file their candidacy before the deadline.

 

Hence, Bayh's announcement "to unite the party voters behind one nominee instead of a blood letting in a primary election" makes perfect sense to those with basic reading and comprehension skills; too bad for you that you are not one of them.

How stupid are you? Bayh was running as recently as last week - even picking a campaign manager - He had no real challengers in the primary so the only blood letting is the imaginary one between your ears.

 

More on Bayh Decision

Josh Marshall | February 15, 2010, 1:20PM

I've been talking to people in the Bayh operation. And there seems little doubt that this came as a very big surprise to almost everyone on Bayh's campaign and senate staffs. There had been some rumors Bayh would pack it in a few months ago. But I'm told that the impression as late as the end of last week that everything was full-speed ahead for reelection was not just something people on the outside thought. That's how it looked to almost everyone on the inside too. One source tells me, "from what staff/campaign staff knew, it was full steam ahead. Bayh was doing everything someone who was running hard for re-election would be doing. That very effective attack on Coats was largely from the DSCC, but Bayh people were involved and active. Bayh had recently picked someone to manage his race, ads were in the works, etc."

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More proof that AKAGP is a Fool

 

There was not going to be a Democratic primary because no one besides Bayh had enough signatures - so much for Blood letting :lol:

 

Sen. Evan Bayh had already collected the 4,500 ballot-petition signatures needed to run in this year's Indiana Democratic primary, and his last-minute decision not to run leaves the Indiana Democratic Party in the position of having to select its candidate itself. There probably isn't a realistic way for anyone to gather the signatures needed by this week's deadline.

 

Lots of Bayh info

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More proof that AKAGP is a Fool

 

There was not going to be a Democratic primary because no one besides Bayh had enough signatures - so much for Blood letting :lol:

 

Sen. Evan Bayh had already collected the 4,500 ballot-petition signatures needed to run in this year's Indiana Democratic primary, and his last-minute decision not to run leaves the Indiana Democratic Party in the position of having to select its candidate itself. There probably isn't a realistic way for anyone to gather the signatures needed by this week's deadline.

 

Lots of Bayh info

PRECISELY !

 

By doing exactly what he did, Bayh made sure that there would be no Democratic blood letting since there would be no Democratic primary.

Perfectly played.

 

It is obvious that you are the fool.

 

Let Indiana RepubliCUNT Senate nominees tea bag each other; lol.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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More proof that AKAGP is a Fool

 

There was not going to be a Democratic primary because no one besides Bayh had enough signatures - so much for Blood letting :lol:

 

Sen. Evan Bayh had already collected the 4,500 ballot-petition signatures needed to run in this year's Indiana Democratic primary, and his last-minute decision not to run leaves the Indiana Democratic Party in the position of having to select its candidate itself. There probably isn't a realistic way for anyone to gather the signatures needed by this week's deadline.

 

Lots of Bayh info

PRECISELY !

 

By doing exactly what he did, Bayh made sure that there would be no Democratic blood letting since there would be no Democratic primary.

Perfectly played.

 

It is obvious that you are the fool.

 

Let Indiana RepubliCUNT Senate nominees tea bag each other; lol.

 

 

 

 

 

 

I knew you had a hard time with English, but you are adding remedial math to your failure list

Bayh WAS the only DEMOCRATIC candidate now there are NO democratic candidates 1 - 1 = 0

 

Again how do you get a blood letting primary with 1 and now 0 candidates? You do understand that just because you regularly beat your head against the wall until it bleeds for a primary to get "bloody" it takes multiple candidates.

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“If I could create one job in the private sector by helping to grow a business, that would be one more than Congress has created in the last six months.” Evan Bayh

Best quote I've seen in years. And it will be accurate for years, as long as we keep pushing ideology further outboard.

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especially you tm stfu

Why?

 

because you are a pain in the ass :P

Hey I rooted for the Saints in a room full of Indy fans, that should count for something. B)

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especially you tm stfu

Why?

 

because you are a pain in the ass :P

Hey I rooted for the Saints in a room full of Indy fans, that should count for something. B)

 

ok...you get a pass...hey, can you bring me some chicken noodle soup, advil and red bull? otherwise i think i might die.

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especially you tm stfu

Why?

 

because you are a pain in the ass :P

Hey I rooted for the Saints in a room full of Indy fans, that should count for something. B)

 

ok...you get a pass...hey, can you bring me some chicken noodle soup, advil and red bull? otherwise i think i might die.

 

Always down 4 Advil before you go to sleep!! If it wasn't a 12 hour drive you know I'd help you out - try cool towel on head, Advil and no movement for 10 hours, Oh and staring at a computer screen can not be good :D

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Always down 4 Advil before you go to sleep!! If it wasn't a 12 hour drive you know I'd help you out - try cool towel on head, Advil and no movement for 10 hours, Oh and staring at a computer screen can not be good :D

ok....4 advil and go back to sleep...got it.

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More proof that AKAGP is a Fool

 

There was not going to be a Democratic primary because no one besides Bayh had enough signatures - so much for Blood letting :lol:

 

Sen. Evan Bayh had already collected the 4,500 ballot-petition signatures needed to run in this year's Indiana Democratic primary, and his last-minute decision not to run leaves the Indiana Democratic Party in the position of having to select its candidate itself. There probably isn't a realistic way for anyone to gather the signatures needed by this week's deadline.

 

Lots of Bayh info

PRECISELY !

 

By doing exactly what he did, Bayh made sure that there would be no Democratic blood letting since there would be no Democratic primary.

Perfectly played.

 

It is obvious that you are the fool.

 

Let Indiana RepubliCUNT Senate nominees tea bag each other; lol.

 

 

 

 

 

I knew you had a hard time with English, but you are adding remedial math to your failure list

Bayh WAS the only DEMOCRATIC candidate now there are NO democratic candidates 1 - 1 = 0

 

Again how do you get a blood letting primary with 1 and now 0 candidates? You do understand that just because you regularly beat your head against the wall until it bleeds for a primary to get "bloody" it takes multiple candidates.

I don't expect a dunce like you to understand that in order to avoid a Democratic primary election with more than just one candidate, Bayh could announce his retirement only after it was too late for other Democratic candidates to qualify.

 

Therefore, there will be no Democratic primary election; hence no bloodletting.

 

While various RepubliCUNT primary candidates savage each other, DemocRATS will be united in support of the one that is picked by the executive committee.

 

I pity your progeny for having a father with physical and mental proportions of a hippopotamus.

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the wheels are coming off the wagon for the Democratic Party (and the Republicans should look inward as well)...

 

a friend's (prominent and outspoken Democrat) letter to the Editor submitted today to the New York Times:

 

“Congress Crumbling – Toyota Tumbling” – February 17, 2010

 

The wheels are coming off the Democratic Party in direct proportion to the collapse of quality at Toyota. With his stunning announcement that he will not seek what would have been almost certain re-election, Senator Evan Bayh struck a crippling blow to the Obama administration. The Indiana two-term moderate Senator told the nation what it already knew, but nonetheless needed to hear. “Government is dysfunctional”, again a marked comparison to the gas pedals and brakes in many Toyota models. What may be the greatest lesson learned from the downfalls of the world’s largest auto maker, and the huge democratic majorities in Congress, is that customers, not profits, or re-elections, come first. In the case of Toyota millions of Americans and car buyers around the world have lost faith in what was the highest quality car maker on the planet. With respect to the Congress, We The People are their “customers”, and We The People, as Senator Bayh so accurately pointed out, “……..do not love Congress.”

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the wheels are coming off the wagon for the Democratic Party (and the Republicans should look inward as well)...

 

a friend's (prominent and outspoken Democrat) letter to the Editor submitted today to the New York Times:

 

“Congress Crumbling – Toyota Tumbling” – February 17, 2010

 

The wheels are coming off the Democratic Party in direct proportion to the collapse of quality at Toyota. With his stunning announcement that he will not seek what would have been almost certain re-election, Senator Evan Bayh struck a crippling blow to the Obama administration. The Indiana two-term moderate Senator told the nation what it already knew, but nonetheless needed to hear. “Government is dysfunctional”, again a marked comparison to the gas pedals and brakes in many Toyota models. What may be the greatest lesson learned from the downfalls of the world’s largest auto maker, and the huge democratic majorities in Congress, is that customers, not profits, or re-elections, come first. In the case of Toyota millions of Americans and car buyers around the world have lost faith in what was the highest quality car maker on the planet. With respect to the Congress, We The People are their “customers”, and We The People, as Senator Bayh so accurately pointed out, “……..do not love Congress.”

I think it is becoming more and more clear that unless you reside way out on one fringe or the other that you do not have a chance for representation from one of the two major parties. This would seem to be the time for a third party to emerge. That will undoubtedly happen shortly after monkeys fly out of my butt.

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the wheels are coming off the wagon for the Democratic Party (and the Republicans should look inward as well)...

 

a friend's (prominent and outspoken Democrat) letter to the Editor submitted today to the New York Times:

 

"Congress Crumbling – Toyota Tumbling" – February 17, 2010

 

The wheels are coming off the Democratic Party in direct proportion to the collapse of quality at Toyota. With his stunning announcement that he will not seek what would have been almost certain re-election, Senator Evan Bayh struck a crippling blow to the Obama administration. The Indiana two-term moderate Senator told the nation what it already knew, but nonetheless needed to hear. "Government is dysfunctional", again a marked comparison to the gas pedals and brakes in many Toyota models. What may be the greatest lesson learned from the downfalls of the world's largest auto maker, and the huge democratic majorities in Congress, is that customers, not profits, or re-elections, come first. In the case of Toyota millions of Americans and car buyers around the world have lost faith in what was the highest quality car maker on the planet. With respect to the Congress, We The People are their "customers", and We The People, as Senator Bayh so accurately pointed out, "……..do not love Congress."

I think it is becoming more and more clear that unless you reside way out on one fringe or the other that you do not have a chance for representation from one of the two major parties. This would seem to be the time for a third party to emerge. That will undoubtedly happen shortly after monkeys fly out of my butt.

Similar situation to that of Patricians vs Plebians, and we know what what happened to the Roman Republic.

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There was not going to be a Democratic primary because no one besides Bayh had enough signatures - so much for Blood letting :lol:

 

Sen. Evan Bayh had already collected the 4,500 ballot-petition signatures needed to run in this year's Indiana Democratic primary, and his last-minute decision not to run leaves the Indiana Democratic Party in the position of having to select its candidate itself. There probably isn't a realistic way for anyone to gather the signatures needed by this week's deadline.

 

Lots of Bayh info

PRECISELY !

 

By doing exactly what he did, Bayh made sure that there would be no Democratic blood letting since there would be no Democratic primary.

Perfectly played.

 

It is obvious that you are the fool.

 

Let Indiana RepubliCUNT Senate nominees tea bag each other; lol.

 

 

 

 

 

I knew you had a hard time with English, but you are adding remedial math to your failure list

Bayh WAS the only DEMOCRATIC candidate now there are NO democratic candidates 1 - 1 = 0

 

Again how do you get a blood letting primary with 1 and now 0 candidates? You do understand that just because you regularly beat your head against the wall until it bleeds for a primary to get "bloody" it takes multiple candidates.

I don't expect a dunce like you to understand that in order to avoid a Democratic primary election with more than just one candidate, Bayh could announce his retirement only after it was too late for other Democratic candidates to qualify.

 

Therefore, there will be no Democratic primary election; hence no bloodletting.

 

While various RepubliCUNT primary candidates savage each other, DemocRATS will be united in support of the one that is picked by the executive committee.

 

I pity your progeny for having a father with physical and mental proportions of a hippopotamus.

 

To summarize AKALOGIC : The guy who was favored to win, who was UNOPPOSED in his primary dropped out so the executive committee could scramble and pick a less likely winner to take his place and that some equates to a better chance of the Dem's holding that seat. - got it. :huh:

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“If I could create one job in the private sector by helping to grow a business, that would be one more than Congress has created in the last six months.” Evan Bayh

Using AKALOGIC that should be considered a slam on the Republicans. :rolleyes:

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There was not going to be a Democratic primary because no one besides Bayh had enough signatures - so much for Blood letting :lol:

 

Sen. Evan Bayh had already collected the 4,500 ballot-petition signatures needed to run in this year's Indiana Democratic primary, and his last-minute decision not to run leaves the Indiana Democratic Party in the position of having to select its candidate itself. There probably isn't a realistic way for anyone to gather the signatures needed by this week's deadline.

 

Lots of Bayh info

PRECISELY !

 

By doing exactly what he did, Bayh made sure that there would be no Democratic blood letting since there would be no Democratic primary.

Perfectly played.

 

It is obvious that you are the fool.

 

Let Indiana RepubliCUNT Senate nominees tea bag each other; lol.

 

 

 

 

 

I knew you had a hard time with English, but you are adding remedial math to your failure list

Bayh WAS the only DEMOCRATIC candidate now there are NO democratic candidates 1 - 1 = 0

 

Again how do you get a blood letting primary with 1 and now 0 candidates? You do understand that just because you regularly beat your head against the wall until it bleeds for a primary to get "bloody" it takes multiple candidates.

I don't expect a dunce like you to understand that in order to avoid a Democratic primary election with more than just one candidate, Bayh could announce his retirement only after it was too late for other Democratic candidates to qualify.

 

Therefore, there will be no Democratic primary election; hence no bloodletting.

 

While various RepubliCUNT primary candidates savage each other, DemocRATS will be united in support of the one that is picked by the executive committee.

 

I pity your progeny for having a father with physical and mental proportions of a hippopotamus.

 

To summarize AKALOGIC : The guy who was favored to win, who was UNOPPOSED in his primary dropped out so the executive committee could scramble and pick a less likely winner to take his place and that some equates to a better chance of the Dem's holding that seat. - got it. :huh:

To summarize BUSH SUPPORTER LOGIC:

 

A DemocRAT is not allowed to retire from his job unless he first obtains permission from the RepublliCUNTS.

 

Of course, our RepubliCUNT hypocrite has no problem with PalinCUNT quiting.

 

LOL at you, TM.

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