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Mon Oct 13, 2014, 02:23 PM

things seem pretty quiet in Missouri

Which I take to mean that there is ZERO chance that Cleaver will be defeated, and also, unfortunately ZERO chance of re-taking Skelton's seat.

See, I have to call it Skelton's seat because I do not even remember the Republican that holds it now, or know the name of any Democrat running against her.

Thank goodness the KC news is keeping me informed.

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Reply things seem pretty quiet in Missouri (Original post)
hfojvt Oct 2014 OP
lastlib Oct 2014 #1
hfojvt Oct 2014 #2
Robbins Oct 2014 #3
lastlib Nov 2014 #4
Robbins Nov 2014 #5
lastlib Nov 2014 #6

Response to hfojvt (Original post)

Tue Oct 14, 2014, 10:44 PM

1. I'm seeing a lot of Turkey's signs as I drive thru the 5th........

...so I guess SOMEONE is supporting him. Personally I don't think we need any more turkeys in Congress. (In fact, we need one less: Hartzler (R-4th/Batshit). Actually, we need a LOT less, but we'll work on that........)

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Response to lastlib (Reply #1)

Wed Oct 15, 2014, 08:28 AM

2. one thing about yard signs

at least where I live.

We have these land barons - who own dozens of rental properties. And for some reason these rich SOBs seem to support the Republican and they put their yard signs out on all their properties. So you see twenty yard signs isn't twenty supporters, but one supporter who owns twenty properties.

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Response to lastlib (Reply #1)

Thu Oct 30, 2014, 05:47 PM

3. Well

Because of redistricting I am now In Hartzler's district In Kansas City.

I will be voting for the Democrat nate Irvin.He has been endorsed by the unions unfortuly Hertzler will win.

In primary Irvin ran unoppossed and got 26,831 unfortully Hartzler In primary had opponent and got 65,404 votes.

She is teabagger who voted to go over fiscal cliff so I will defently be out on tuesday.I am voting against most amendents
except for number 6 which would allow early voting in person and by mail for 6 days before general elections

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Response to Robbins (Reply #3)

Mon Nov 3, 2014, 01:04 AM

4. I implore you--DO NOT vote for #6!!

(or any of the others, actually)! This amendment is actually written to RESTRICT how early voting can be done (typical Repug strategy--to say they're allowing something they're actually putting restrictions on!) It will prohibit Saturday/Sunday voting, and limit funding for ANY early voting measures. It's aimed at making it harder to vote early in districts that are predominantly minority.

Bad joo-joo from this one, and the others as well--all proposed by the Repuglikkkan legislature or groups tied to Sinquefield. Vote NO on all of them.

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Response to lastlib (Reply #4)

Mon Nov 3, 2014, 04:49 PM

5. Ok

I will vote no on that.I guess i was mislead.I was already voting against the rest.

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Response to Robbins (Reply #5)

Mon Nov 3, 2014, 10:58 PM

6. Surely Repuglikans wouldn't intentionally MISLEAD voters.......!

right

Vote early and often--and take friends with you!

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