George F. Will: Taking it to the mat in Connecticut

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  • the truth Holladay, UT
    Oct. 29, 2010 1:35 a.m.

    ECR | 6:25 a.m.

    I thought all oocupations and work is honorable,

    and our government is government BY The people and FOR the people and OF the people,

    NOT government by some approved elite class,

    So tell us ECR,

    waht line of works what occupations are approved by the LEFT that will make you okay for public service,

    apparently with you and LEFT,

    a SNL commedian is okay (franken),

    but and actor in old movies is not (Reagan),

    a lawyer who does NOT even know the laws of his own state is okay (Blumentahtal),

    but CEO of a corporation you do not like is not (mcmahon).

    SO lease give us list of approved jobs that you have and still be able serve publically.

    Your LEFTEST eltitism and disdain for the common american people is showing.

  • ECR Burke, VA
    Oct. 28, 2010 6:25 a.m.

    Some days I just don't get George Will. He spends much of this article blasting Blumenthal for his exaggerations relating to his service in the military. But Mr. Blumenthal has openly admitted the exaggerations while Mark Kirk, the Senate candidate in Illinois, continues to parade himself as some sort of war hero while the Department of Defense openly rejects his claims. I guess George thinks it's OK to lie about your service record if you have an 'R' after your name.

    Now to candidate McMahon - the multi-million dollar business that she and her husband have built is based entirely on farce and fabrication. The players in her playhouse are incredible athletes but the drama they portray is nothing but nonsense. Is that what we are hoping to promote in the United States Senate? The current poll shows Blumenthal ahead of McMahon by 12 percentage points. Hopefully in the end, the common sense of Connecticut voters will save the day.