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(Washington Post)   Perhaps not the best, or least biased, headline to go with for a story about a political campaign: "Mark Pryor injects Ebola into the Arkansas Senate race"   (washingtonpost.com) divider line 17
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2014-08-26 12:36:04 PM  
So win-win?
 
2014-08-26 01:57:19 PM  
Uh, is that wrong? If Cotton voted against funding for national emergencies like pandemics, then shouldn't one hold him to his record?
 
2014-08-26 03:05:12 PM  
scare-tastic political advertising

I dunno.  pretty mild compared to the non-stop fear mongering of pretty much every Republican.
 
2014-08-26 03:14:37 PM  
Sounds like a good idea.

"Can YOUR candidate survive Ebola? Ours did. Vote <Candidate>!"
 
2014-08-26 03:17:14 PM  
the author of that story must have been an ivy league university trust fund baby.    callous prick and had everything handed to him on a silver platter.  i'm suprised he's even working.
 
2014-08-26 03:21:35 PM  

RexTalionis: Uh, is that wrong? If Cotton voted against funding for national emergencies like pandemics, then shouldn't one hold him to his record?


Not if he's republican.  They are the party of other people's personal responsibility not their own, duh.

born in Fort Smith\
lives in Tulsa\\
love making fun of my Gop friends in Ok for not having insurance when they would qualify for Medicaid like our friends in Arkansas\\\
Why yes, I'm a blast at parties.\\\\
 
2014-08-26 03:31:02 PM  
Link

Cotton is facing the problem many Republicans currently campaigning are running up against: the drop in uninsured healthcare coverage due to the medicaid expansion.

Pryor is now starting to run on the ideas found in Obamacare, even if he isn't naming the law out loud. Cotton continues to run against it while blowing smoke about an alternative, mostly because the entire Republican party is dumbfounded and has been for years when it comes to an alternative they can present.

Now if we could get some "journalists" besides Greg Sargent to press these farkers on how they would handle the medicaid expansion if they repeal ACA "root and branch", then we might actually have something the farking public could discuss besides bullshiat.
 
2014-08-26 03:33:35 PM  
Now that is a winning campaign strategy. I can just picture the debates; he asks his opponent a question, and the guy starts bleeding from the eyeballs. "It appears my opponent doesn't have the stomach for this debate, since it just leaked out of his pant leg. A-hahahaha".
 
2014-08-26 03:38:48 PM  
Well, Pryor doesn't believe in evolution, so why should we respect anything he says?

Would you obey the foreign policy dictates of a third-grader?
 
2014-08-26 03:48:58 PM  
I think a better tag line is "Mark Pryor infects Senate race with Ebola" .. that really gets to the heart of the matter.
 
2014-08-26 04:14:39 PM  
That shirt looks like a picnic blanket.
 
2014-08-26 04:16:21 PM  

Lionel Mandrake: scare-tastic political advertising

I dunno.  pretty mild compared to the non-stop fear mongering of pretty much every Republican.


The scare-tastic part is pretty much the same, but at least it's a real thing that happened (the GOP guy voting against funding the program) vs. "Ukraine, ISIS, TURRISTS, OMG! OBAMA!!!!" which of course is just world salad wharrgarble.
 
2014-08-26 04:39:49 PM  
If you'll excuse me I think I'm going to wrap myself in blankets and hide in the basement until November.
 
2014-08-26 05:07:35 PM  

Soup4Bonnie: Link

Cotton is facing the problem many Republicans currently campaigning are running up against: the drop in uninsured healthcare coverage due to the medicaid expansion.

Pryor is now starting to run on the ideas found in Obamacare, even if he isn't naming the law out loud. Cotton continues to run against it while blowing smoke about an alternative, mostly because the entire Republican party is dumbfounded and has been for years when it comes to an alternative they can present.

Now if we could get some "journalists" besides Greg Sargent to press these farkers on how they would handle the medicaid expansion if they repeal ACA "root and branch", then we might actually have something the farking public could discuss besides bullshiat.


Insurance rate in Arkansas are also dropping next year instead of going up.

link
 
2014-08-26 05:08:11 PM  

JolobinSmokin: Soup4Bonnie: Link

Cotton is facing the problem many Republicans currently campaigning are running up against: the drop in uninsured healthcare coverage due to the medicaid expansion.

Pryor is now starting to run on the ideas found in Obamacare, even if he isn't naming the law out loud. Cotton continues to run against it while blowing smoke about an alternative, mostly because the entire Republican party is dumbfounded and has been for years when it comes to an alternative they can present.

Now if we could get some "journalists" besides Greg Sargent to press these farkers on how they would handle the medicaid expansion if they repeal ACA "root and branch", then we might actually have something the farking public could discuss besides bullshiat.

Insurance rate in Arkansas are also dropping next year instead of going up.

link


http://m.arktimes.com/ArkansasBlog/archives/2014/08/26/premiums-for- ob amacare-premiums-in-arkansas-projected-to-drop-2-percent
 
2014-08-26 07:44:29 PM  
Yay!
 
2014-08-27 04:53:47 AM  
Tom Cotton sent a flyer to my house basically saying that Bloomberg and Obama were coming for our guns. Now, that may be true of Bloomberg, but he has no influence on Arkansas politics. But after six years, doomsaying that Obama is going to take our guns is just stupid. Also, Cotton is crazy. I'm not impressed with Pryor, but I'll hold my nose and vote for him because it's a vote against Cotton.
 
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