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    Whose favorite political figure you'll miss after 2010?

    A poll where you have to enter your selection.

    Which favorite political figure you'll miss after 2010?

    Suggestions Robert Byrd, Christine O'Donnell, Joe Miller, Sharon Angle … Who?
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    Re: Whose favorite political figure you'll miss after 2010?

    Me, personally, House Budget Committee chairman John Spratt (D-SC). The guy could talk without notes about the federal budget for hours. He knew more about where the money was going than anybody. He will be missed.
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    Re: Whose favorite political figure you'll miss after 2010?

    Russ Feingold
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    Re: Whose favorite political figure you'll miss after 2010?

    Quote Originally Posted by Kandahar View Post
    Russ Feingold
    One of the true independent progressive voices in the Senate: A real loss.
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    Re: Whose favorite political figure you'll miss after 2010?

    Alan Grayson, although I wouldn't be surprised to see him get a job on MSNBC. I'm sure there will be plenty more soundbites of him to make fun of.

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    Re: Whose favorite political figure you'll miss after 2010?

    Quote Originally Posted by Chappy View Post
    A poll where you have to enter your selection.

    Which favorite political figure you'll miss after 2010?

    Suggestions Robert Byrd, Christine O'Donnell, Joe Miller, Sharon Angle … Who?
    O'Donnell, because she made me laugh.

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    Re: Whose favorite political figure you'll miss after 2010?

    Quote Originally Posted by Chappy View Post
    One of the true independent progressive voices in the Senate: A real loss.
    decent person-awful politics-good riddance.



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    Re: Whose favorite political figure you'll miss after 2010?

    Richard Cordray, D-Ohio

    Ohio Attorney General-a Marshall Scholar, Supreme Court Clerk, undefeated Jeopardy Champion, and Editor in Chief of the U of Chicago Law review-lost to RINO Retread former "republican" senator Mike De-WHINER. RC was the smartest guy running in any Ohio race and a straight shooter. (He also was endorsed by the NRA and the Buckeye Firearms association).

    The only argument anyone had against him is that he wouldn't file suit against Obamacare. yet he wrote a well reasoned public letter why he did not which showed he had given the issue alot of thought

    First Dem I have given substantial money to in a couple elections. HOpefully he will end up on the federal bench or fill the opening on the OHIO supreme court



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    Re: Whose favorite political figure you'll miss after 2010?

    Quote Originally Posted by FederalRepublic View Post
    Alan Grayson, although I wouldn't be surprised to see him get a job on MSNBC. I'm sure there will be plenty more soundbites of him to make fun of.
    I agree with Federal on this one --- Alan Grayson was the posterboy for moonbat idiot Progressives and how absurd they are. Losing him was a shock to the system, but I'm sure others will take his place.
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    Re: Whose favorite political figure you'll miss after 2010?

    John Spratt
    someone who would have been able to work across the aisle on budget and military appropriations issues, to fashion bills that made sense

    Russ Feingold ... the lone senator to vote against the misguided patriot act, who had the courage to oppose going into iraq and afghanistan

    and the one i wish i could "miss", harry reid. what a crook. too bad the republicans gave away an easy opportunity to take his seat
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