Monday, April 30, 2012

Elizabeth Warren Coming To Southbridge

The Democratic Town Committees of Charlton, Dudley, Southbridge, Spencer and Sturbridge will be hosting a meet-and-greet with U. S. Senate Candidate Elizabeth Warren on Saturday, May 12, 2012 at 3:30 p.m.

Area residents are invited to join State Representative Anne Gobi, as well as retired Worcester County Sheriff Mike Flynn and former State Representative Geraldo Alicea in welcoming her to Central Massachusetts.


(UPDATE: State Senators Stephen Brewer and Richard T. Moore will be unable to attend as originally reported due to scheduling conflicts related to their official duties.)

The event will be held at the Fins and Tales Restaurant, 858 Main Street Southbridge and is free of charge.

For more information please email southbridgedemocrats@gmail.com.


9 comments:

  1. Give it up for Scott Brown granny!

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  2. Right --- support one of Wall Street's favorite Senators rather than the architect of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Who butters your bread while greasing your palm?

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  3. while your at it give it up for romney u bunch of liberals. as someone told me werent you a wall street guru?

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  4. I walked away because I couldn't stomach it.
    Sort of like the hypocrisy on display here:

    http://www.telegram.com/article/20120501/NEWS/120509951/1116/newsrewind

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  5. We will see how much hypocrisy is on display in this country and this state come november. People have to strap up there boot straps stop sucking the system dry get a job and be productive.With the leadership in the White House now this country is becoming a hand out third world country with president Santa Claus giving out gifts to minorities and his friend on the backs of the taxpayers, and to put this Warren character in there is like having another Nancy Pelosi in there what a nut case! Oh ya you have all the answers you and your liberal friend good luck come november.

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  6. And you have no answers, just the same old tired baseless rant - blah, blah, blah!

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  7. I cannot understand why anybody would want to vote for the guy that favors the people who put your mortgage under water. If neither you, your children, nor your grandchildren have mortgages but own real estate, the value of that real estate has dropped because of the bubble and collapse created by the financial industry that Brown does not want to be regulated.

    Of course, if you want to vote for your own financial devastation, then no one is going to be able to stop you. This is a free country. The banks are free to hire armies of lawyers to write mortgage contracts to trap you in an unfavorable situation. You are free to be their happy victims.

    Why would anybody want to vote for a woman who wants to level the playing field between the banks and you?

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  8. "That's no woman, that's a man, baby!!" - Austin Powers

    Sorry, Steve, but when the man candidate is even better looking than the woman candidate, then you have no prayer. Most people will have to be clubbed over the head by financial ruin to pay it any mind. Plus, all the downtrodden that the liberals are trying to save, well, they just don't bother to vote.

    Oftentimes the ones responsible for putting a mortgage under water are the ones who couldn't resist spending more than they should have. This is the fault of Republicans?

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