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Beyond the immediate healthcare repercussions of Brown's Senate victory, the election of a...

Beyond the immediate healthcare repercussions of Brown's Senate victory, the election of a Republican to a traditionally Democratic state is a further sign that Americans are getting tired of government intervention.
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  • bbro
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    Jobs....that is what they want....
    20 Jan 2010, 08:16 AM Reply Like
  • Niner
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    The vote for Obama was not a sweeping approval of his agenda as it was method for voters to register disgust with the failed policies of the Bush administration. Simply put. It was more a vote against than a vote for. May I add, this is my opinion.
    20 Jan 2010, 08:33 AM Reply Like
  • jpiretti
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    So the Republican policies of shifting public funds to private entities with no revenue offsets and no history of Debt/GDP re-balancing since 1981 is different now?
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    20 Jan 2010, 09:55 AM Reply Like
  • inthemoney
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    Yes, tired of government intervention, ineptitude and reckless spending, which have been going on under both Bush and Obama.
    20 Jan 2010, 09:07 AM Reply Like
  • nightfly
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    More government is never the right answer to anything.
    20 Jan 2010, 12:16 PM Reply Like
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