Sat Sep 22, 2012, 12:50 AM
shanti (18,085 posts)
Democrats regain registration edge in Lungren-Bera seat
Democrats have regained a slight voter registration edge in the hotly contested 7th Congressional District, though the two parties still represent almost equal shares of voters heading into the Nov. 6 rematch between Rep. Dan Lungren, R-Gold River, and Elk Grove Democrat Ami Bera.
Read more here: http://blogs.sacbee.com/capitolalertlatest/2012/09/democrats-regain-registration-edge-in-lungren-bera-race.html#storylink=cpy
Great news! It's way past time for Lungren to be kicked off the trough!
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Response to NBachers (Reply #1)
Sat Sep 22, 2012, 01:06 AM
SoapBox (18,767 posts)
2. Ditto and Ditto
Gawd...I just hate them both and they both need to be sent to the unemployment line.
However...I'll fight them every step to deny them unemployment pay. hehe
Response to shanti (Original post)
Sat Sep 22, 2012, 07:59 PM
stuffmatters (577 posts)
4. OFF THE TROUGH - Great slogan
Should be the rallying cry for a National Campaign to Vote Out the Teabagger/Do Nothing 2010 Congress!
What's it like their 150 bills to name post offices, zero bills to save The Post Office?
And 96 bills against Women's rights, zero bills for equal pay?
How many bills to deny unemployment and subsistence aid, zero bills to create jobs.
Zero bills to help homeowners or stem foreclosures.
How many bills for polluters/oil companies, zero bills to protect the health and future of our planet and children.
Always pro war, mass incarceration, privatization, deregulation, tax subsidies for the wealthy
Never for peace, prosperity, social and economic fairness for the national good.
Every Republican in Congress should be held accountable for their miserable voting record. They represent only The Republican Study Committee/Chamber of Commerce/ALEC/Koch Bros/Rove/Big Oil and Wall Street not their constituents.
Yep, vote them all off that trough.