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September 16, 2012


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Chuck Tranberg

Are you going to release the Presidential numbers in MA? after all it will be interesting to see how far behind Romney is in the state he spent four years as Governor.

Obama 2012

Thank goodness. It will be truly sad if Mass. has a chance to be Warren in the Senate and doesn't take it. Truly sad. Not often to we get a chance to get a person of this caliber in the Senate. Someone who is 100% working for average Americans instead of corporate interests.


you say that the undecideds prefer obama 76-2. But if undecideds are six percent, that means around 50-60 voters. Does that mean that only one voter who is undecided is for Romney?

Lorin Kusmin

I wonder if Brown will run for Governor in 2014 if he loses his Senate race? His party ID is likely to matter less in a race for Governor.


If you see believe Warren is 100% for the working class then you truely are daft. Indeed, a woman who lies about her heritage possibly for preferential academic admittance, makes $300,000/yr teaching one class a semester and was the intellectual foundation for the OWS movement is of such high caliber....

She would be nothing more than the rest of the Democrat delegation - rumber stamps who ignore the majority of the MA electorate, who are independents, not democrats.

Edith Morgan

Stoop with the canard that Warren lied about her heritage: she did not recive preferential treatment because of it. Look up her resume on
Wikipedia, and compare it to Brown's, where you will find some surprising info...
The chief of the
Cherokee nation is 1/32nd cherokee, just like Warren... Maybe she should be chief?
All kidding aside, what is this nonsense about blood, in a country where not so long ago one drop of black blood condemned you to use the "colored" facilities?
Warren did not lie - all of us have family legends we have not checked, rather than to call our grandparents liars.....

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