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March 23, 2011


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Dustin Ingalls

Approval didnt change, ppartisan composition of electorate projected by this poll, possibly accurately has changedTrue, but thats a lot of why Obamas approval has fluctuated, and its the same for any politician. Unless they do something demonstrably bad or good, its only going to fluctuate a little within each partisan group from month to month. Part of the reason the most popular politicians are so is because they serve states with hugely red or hugely blue populations.




Approval didnt change, ppartisan composition of electorate projected by this poll, possibly accurately has changed


Im hoping that the citizens of this great state arent stupid enough to actually send that useless individual back to DC again - unless its as a tour guide. WHAT has she done for this state? WHAT has LEVIN done? The same old party line tax and spend liberal rhetoric. WE LIVE HERE - we can do better......What has she DONE? SPONSORED? INTRODUCED? NOTHING !!


In response to What has she...SPONSORED? The answer is 12 bills, so far, this session, putting her 33rd out of 100 senators. Several of them are pretty darn useful as far as addressing needs, encouraging innovation, boosting the local economy over the next decade, and dealing with emerging problems. S.738 - Health Outcomes, Planning, and Education for Alzheimers ActA bill to amend title XVIII of the Social Security Act to provide for Medicare coverage of comprehensive Alzheimers disease and related dementia diagnosis and services in order to improve care and outcomes for Americans living with Alzheimers disease and related dementias by improving detection, diagnosis, and care planningS.734 - Advanced Vehicle Technology Act of 2011A bill to provide for a program of research, development, demonstration, and commercial application in vehicle technologies at the Department of Education.S.471 - Stop Asian Carp Act of 2011A bill to require the Secretary of the Army to study the feasibility of the hydrological separation of the Great Lakes and Mississippi River BasinsS.298 - Charging America Forward ActA bill to drive American innovation and advanced vehicle manufacturing, to reduce costs for consumers, and for other purposes.Given that the opencongress web site exists, so it takes people maybe 20 seconds to check your assertions, its sort of silly to make allegations that are not only not based in fact, but actually, demonstrably false. Oh, and your caps lock is stuck [snark].

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