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Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Election 2010 U.S. Senate Race for Illinois | Kirk vs. Giannoulias Debate - Part 1


8 comments:

Anonymous said...

After watching last night's "debate", I am wondering how Mark Kirk even got elected to his present position. He won't answer direct questions. He won't say why he is good for the job. He doesn't remember important events in his life. He isn't truthful. Short man syndrome, perhaps?

Anonymous said...

Show me a politician that answers any questions directly. Kinda reminds me of GWB. Crooked as the day is long...everyone of them. I'd like to see every incumbant voted out election after election.

Anonymous said...

Kirk is a fag, so who cares.

Anonymous said...

I do not want to vote for either one, but have to make a decision. Since I do not want another democrat at this time, I guess I'll vote for Kirk. I really do not want either of them. Listened to Kirks town hall tonite. Still do not want either of them. Anybody else out there here about that HR4646 bill about the 1% tax on banking transactions?

Anonymous said...

HR4646 will tax every bankng transaction you make. Depost, withdrawal,check writing,debit card, credit card everything. Its another stelth product of the OBAMA administration to tax EVERYONE regardless of his denial of raising taxes on the under....well you know. Welcome to the world of COMMUNIST OBAMA and his GREEDY UNION BUDDIES. SOmeone has to pay for it so it will be you. Hows that hopey changey thing working out for you....got that job yet?

Anonymous said...

Yep, I start my new this Monday. Stick that up your ass.

Anonymous said...

Good, you will need that job for the HR4646 bill.

Anonymous said...

Not so fast. The idea is to replace one group of taxes, with this group. Do some research. Here is snopes review: http://www.snopes.com/politics/taxes/debtfree.asp

It isn't the Obama administration, but rather a rep from PA. that is making the proposal.

Here's a PolitiFact link as well: http://www.politifact.com/oregon/statements/2010/oct/01/chain-email/e-mail-claims-defazio-wants-tax-transactions/

Maybe check your facts before spreading rumors? No. Wait. Nothing on OpenLine is done that way, ever.