Hutchinson failed to vote on Acorn corruption

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  1. 50calRay

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  2. Jeff B

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    I noticed that, too...

    Nice, when one of our Senators fails to act decisively against this threat.

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    She is Washington. I do not understand how anyone can vote for her for Texas Governor but then again, I do not understand how people voted for Hussein for President.
     
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    I've wrote her on numerous issues the past years and never had her respond or vote in a common sense manner(my opinion) I would never vote for her as governor. She votes as the wind blows.
     
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  6. Shorts

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    Is it just automatically assumed she was sitting at her desk playing solitaire on the computer?

    Look at the big names that did not vote:

    Burr (R-NC)
    Byrd (D-WV)
    Coburn (R-OK)
    Graham (R-SC)
    Gregg (R-NH)
    Hutchison (R-TX)
    McCain (R-AZ)
    Mikulski (D-MD)
    Vitter (R-LA)

    :gotme:

    How about write her an ask?
     
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    If she's afraid to hide behind 99 other senators, she'll be afraid to stand on her own.


    KBH is a no go. Don't care what her excuse for not voting is.
     
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    Simply do not vote for her, she is John McCain with a skirt.
     
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  10. Shorts

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    My point was devil's advocate. The post was made to blindly attack Hutchison without doing any homework on whether or not her not being present to vote was for a legitimate reason or not. To continue to point fingers in such an errant way makes one look ignorant. In an effort to make a point, to save folks from looking ignorant or doing the pathetic 'hindsight is 20/20', I figure you might as well try to know what you're talking about before spouting off very loudly.


    Focus on your own back yard. Not sure why you think otherwise.

    But the point is, KNOW about the topic you spout. Don't just spout it. Makes you look stupid if you don't. Then all you'll be known for is being a loud mouth.

    How's that for a point?

    Edit: forgive me, I've had a couple margaritas tonight. But I'm growing tired of the stiff attitude I see on this forum. Not that its unfamiliar or I don't like in a some way, I saw the same in our home growing up. My point is just know the ins and outs of your side of the argument. Makes it easier to defend. Curiosity got me as to why Hutchison would miss that vote. And I see other names that missed it too. So naturally I ask "why?".
     

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