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Re: “Mark Pryor and Tom Cotton face off in AETN Senate debate

Looks like AR went red indeed. Everyone upset, end of the world?

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Posted by Carlton Clay on 11/06/2014 at 11:18 AM

Re: “Mark Pryor and Tom Cotton face off in AETN Senate debate

Thank you. I will fit in as I don't know much about the state you write Mr. Green. Help me, perhaps others, understand what you mean about Arkansas or me. I've used my real name as I wish others would do, I have nothing to hide and I don't think I was offensive in my previous comment.

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Posted by Carlton Clay on 10/13/2014 at 8:35 PM

Re: “Mark Pryor and Tom Cotton face off in AETN Senate debate

I'm about as red as they come, and a new resident to arkansas- and I can agree, Cotton did appear to be very canned in his responses and way overused the "Obama" card. This was disappointing. There's no way I would vote for a Democrat in any election other than maybe a local race. However , the good folks of Arkansas will probably vote for anything that doesnt have an R after their name it would seem. I don't think Pryor has the fortitude to cut anything while he is in office- and frankly the voters have gotten used to free stuff, so I don't know where the country is headed. I do hope someday there is real movement in either party to offer up term limits and get all of these men and women out of office after one or two tours.

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Posted by Carlton Clay on 10/13/2014 at 7:53 PM

Re: “Saline County local option question struck from ballot

I thought this wouldn't reach the ballot because of the people at the church down the street (who buy their liquor in Pulaski county anyway), not because of lawyers representing special interests. Let the market decide and you could have a lot more of many things that could bring quality of life to Arkansas, not to mention jobs.

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Posted by Carlton Clay on 09/05/2014 at 4:15 PM

 

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