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Ringside Seat: Courage, ideas absent in race for governor

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4 comments:

  • Joseph Hempfling posted at 2:07 pm on Mon, Jun 9, 2014.

    joehempfling Posts: 190

    BUT ANOTHER EXAMPLE OF WHY; "NONE OF THE ABOVE" SHOULD BE ALLOWED AT THE BOTTOM OF VOTING BALOTS AND NINE TIMES OUT OF TEN,
    WOULD WIN. WHERE HAVE ALL THE LEADERS GONE OR IS ANOTHER
    ROUNG OF TALKING HEADS THE BEST WE CAN DO AND DESERVE,I MIGHT ADD ! OR IS DEMOCRACY COMPLETELY DEAD ??

     
  • Jennifer Bizzarro posted at 11:01 am on Mon, Jun 9, 2014.

    Jennifer_Bizzarro Posts: 481

    Did you mean "four MORE years of Martinez?"

    If you did, I do apologize about bursting your bubble, sir. If that is what you meant, she will not be in New Mexico to "govern" any more than has been in the last four years.

    On the other hand, perhaps you meant exactly what you said: "4 years of Martinez," in which case I must agree with you whole heartedly.

    [wink]

     
  • Jill Meyer posted at 8:38 am on Mon, Jun 9, 2014.

    phoebes Posts: 9

    If you're judged by the company you keep, the Susana Martinez should slammed for her fundraiser in the southern part of the state with Dick Cheney. That may play well with the more Tea Party section of the state, but should hurt her candidacy in the Santa Fe area.

     
  • Fred Stokes posted at 7:35 am on Mon, Jun 9, 2014.

    fredstokes Posts: 94

    Which is worse:

    4 years of Martinez?

    or

    8 years of King?

    I gotta vote for Martinez.

     

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