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March 14, 2012

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Ed Conway

I like to meet the 38% who think this guy is doing a good job. He voted YEA! on Obama care and it's going to cost twice as much as it was originally estimated. Oh I forgot he voted on it with out reading it.Way to go Bob.

realnrh

If Santorum gets the nomination (unlikely as that might be), it would be hilarious to see Casey campaigning against Santorum again all year, steamrolling his Some Dude actual opposition.

fightinggranny

Casey voted for EVERY piece of legislation that has come across these last 5 years. He is trying to redeem himself with the closing refinery issue in Marcus Hook, but voted for every piece of legislation to stop OIL, COAL, GAS and
everything to make us independent. Voting for Obamacare he also kills babies, we must pay a monthly permium for abortions, so don't believe the Catholic thing. He's a POS.
He does not deserve to be re-elected, like his partner Obama.

D Yoder

Casey also voted in support of the natural gas subsidies amendment that was part of the Highway Bill. Fortunately, there were more Nay votes, so it was defeated. No federal natural gas subsidies...for now.

Dan Colgan

How in the world can anyone support Casey is mind boggling. He capitalized on his father's reputation to get in and still is.He is the most incompetent, boring politician that the Senate has ever seen.Jeez, voters are stupid as hell.

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