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DeLauro 'Fighting Against a Tea Party Agenda'?

News and updates on Connecticut's Senate and Third District races.

Senate

Linda McMahon (R) and Chris Murphy (D) debated for the fourth and final time on Thursday. Social security and women’s issues were some of the main topics. According to CBS News:

Throughout, Democrat Murphy cast himself as a defender of the middle class and McMahon as a hard-hearted plutocrat. Republican McMahon, who is running in a largely blue state, defined herself as an "independent thinker" and a job creator and slammed Murphy as a failed career politician.

As with the past debates, both candidates repeated many of the same talking points. According to the New York Times:

The debate, which broke little new ground as both candidates largely recycled talking points from previous debates, ended a phase of the campaign. Mr. Murphy has been gaining a bit of momentum in a tight race that had earlier been dominated by Ms. McMahon’s aggressive campaign and expensive television ads.

3rd District

Rosa DeLauro (D): A letter from DeLauro’s campaign manager asking supporters for donations says DeLauro “is fighting against a Tea Party agenda that is working to dismantle what we have achieved and block us from progress moving forward."

Wayne Winsley (R) said on Facebook that he’s looking forward to having breakfast with activist Alveda King, niece of Martin Luther King Jr

Christopher Schaefer October 22, 2012 at 12:16 PM
Rosa DeLauro EXPOSED! http://RosaDeLauroExposed.wordpress.com/ Rosa DeLauro: At the televised “debate” on WFSB: Her answers all were virtually identical to those she gave last Sunday at a church-sponsored forum on poverty—even though all the questions were completely different! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vT406srfQYc&feature=share&list=PL5wsVsNCEygo6rCWCN2jlOCRO1R0jUpa0 Notice that she has a binder to look up answers while Winsley is talking. After 22 years you'd think she wouldn't need it to be an open-book exam. Delauro: creating jobs means getting constructions unions to get my support for govt-paid "infrastructure" TEMPORARY jobs. Winsely: "You can't love jobs but hate job creators [i.e. business]". Re. New Haven violence, DeLauro: childproof locks on guns. Winsley: give kids role models and a future. Re. illegal immigration, Winsley: "America has always been a welcoming nation...We're a nation of immigrants...It should be as difficult to enter the US as it is to enter a Holiday Inn: we all have to check in." Debate format was too short to address ObamaCare adequately, but you can read plenty here: http://RosaDeLauroExposed.wordpress.com/
Alexander B. C. October 22, 2012 at 12:44 PM
No problem. We'll just push back and fight against rosa delauro.
Robert Chambers October 22, 2012 at 03:02 PM
Fighting against a government run amok, fighting against a sound fiscal policy, fighting against anyone that would question her husbands favorite Monsanto genetically modified food... yeah she's a whole lot of use that one.
Mike October 22, 2012 at 04:23 PM
I spoke with Rosa face to face one day. She did not know that a convicted felon may not own a gun. She did not know that we do not have gun registration in this country, and she did not know that the Americans with Disability Act was a federal law.
Hansa Junchun October 24, 2012 at 01:41 PM
Rosa is losing it. The DNC Steering Committee charged her with leading a propaganda operation known as "The war on women", which is news to women. Now she's fighting a phantom tea party, as though she's Velma from Scooby Doo. Not only is she responsible for the total partisan breakdown of Congress, Rosa's lost her edge big-time. She always carries a thick binder with her wherever she goes, and peruses a fixed list of buzz-word answers to every question. It is arranged topically with tabs so she can search under, say, "Obamacare" and then "death panels" to find a snappy remark. Her staff compiles this binder on a daily basis through the DNC talking points cables that are issued every morning. This canned-verse situation has grown so intolerable that Rosa had this binder with her when she taped the closed-session debate with Winsley. (The ONLY case where she agreed to appear in the same place with her African-American challenger!) She even had to flip through the sacred binder for a proper answer when Winsley stumped her with a remark on Obamacare. She didn't have to do that in her last debate in 2008, so it shows how degenerative her mental capacity has become in four years. To see Rosa make a completely moronic fool of herself on television, check out the "Face the State" debate from Sunday. It's a ridiculous freak show of outright lies and fantasy legislation like her 16 year-old National Infrastructure Bank Act which not even Pelosi wanted to pass!
Hansa Junchun October 24, 2012 at 01:44 PM
You're not just making a political statement, you're speaking of a truly evil situation: Rosa's currently worth a cool $40 milllion, with some $17 million being her own filthy, filthy lucre given to her as a reward for bailing out the biggest mafia bankers on Wall Street, while her crime-boss of a husband Stanley Greenberg was paid millions by Monsanto and other massive mega-corporations to influence Rosa into organizing the wholesale extermination of family farms. Yes, its easy to say Rosa is a career politician when she campaigns on supporting small farms and helping families, while her political agenda pushes farmer families into the grave in order to expand massive donors like Monsanto, ConAgra, and the Sugar cane lobbies. Saving America begins with throwing out all the incumbents. Voters must take responsibility for returning Rosa to office where she commits genocide against starving people in North Africa and commits illegal warfare on family farms.

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