Saturday, July 24, 2010

Ten Buck Nominees for July 30

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Here are the nominees for the next Ten Buck Fridays poll (click on the links for videos about the candidates and their opponents):

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Fat Jolly Penguin said...

I'd like to nominate someone. Morgan Philpot here in UT-2 could use some help. He's up against the entrenched "blue dog" Jim Matheson. RealClearPolitics has this district listed as Safe Democratic, which is an outrage in one of the reddest states in the country. I don't know the exact polling numbers, but the moonbats in downtown Salt Lake won't let Matheson go easily. Matheson's basically a Pelosi lapdog, and the only time he votes against her is when she allows him to so he can hang on to his seat.

RightKlik said...

FJP: Thanks for the nomination!

Lyall said...

I'd like to second the nomination of Morgan Philpot. Cook Report has moved Matheson out of safe and Matheson cannot match the ground game Philpot has put together.

Louise said...

Thanks for the nomination, I too nominate Marty Lamb, who is a Republican running in the third congressional district, Massachusetts, (MA-3). The number one domestic issue is job creation. Marty Lamb is a small business owner and knows what it is go sign the front of a paycheck. He knows what it is to meet a payroll. He knows how to control spending and manage a budget. He puts people first. We need a Congressman Marty Lamb who will vote for tax cuts, controlling spending, and a return to fiscal responsibility. Marty Lamb will vote against earmarks and special interest appropriations. A vote for Marty Lamb is a vote for the private sector and a vote for job creation. Marty Lamb knows from his small businessman experience what it takes to create jobs and get America back on track to prosperity and growth. We need to elect Marty Lamb to Congress. More on Marty can be found at Also Facebook Marty Lamb For Congress.

JusDreamin said...

I am delighted to see that Nick Popaditch, running for Congress in CA-51, has been nominated. He is a clear speaking, no nonsense former Marine, traits that are quite clear in the Video. Nick is Medically retired from the Corps due to wounds suffered in battle, but is still ready to stand up for his country. I'm behind this Silver Star Marine 100%!
You go Gunny!

JusDreamin said...

Oh, in case it wasnt clear in my earlier comment, I would like to second the nomination of Nick Popaditch

No Sheeples Here! said...

@Right Klik,

I have a compelling video that voters for this week's TBF should see.

I hope it will serve as encouragement to vote enmasse for Lt. Col. Allen West.

Matt said...

I'd like to nominate Delia Lopez, who is running in OR-3. According from what I've been able to gather, she is right on the issues, and is running against Earl Blumenauer, a notorious lib. A blogger friend from Oregon tells me that OR 3 is a mostly lib district, so she is being heavily outspent.

district3 said...

I'd like to nominate Marty Lamb, MA-3. He is the only one in this district who has come up with a plan on cutting Federal spending and a plan on fixing the illegal immigration issue. He is passionate about the Constitution and wants to make America as strong as it once was. He is going up against Jim McGovern, a 14 year incumbent who is in bed with Castro and would love to see America turn into something similar to Cuba. THIS CANNOT HAPPEN. We need Marty Lamb NOW.

MAVoter said...

Marty Lamb, running in the MA-03, has the grass root and tea party support needed to take on the incumbent. In MA we need a broad based support, he can carry tea party, constitutionalists, 2nd amendment supporters,pro-life supporters, as well as conservatives like himself. He has what it takes to debate one on one with Jim McGovern-ment.
This is a clip of Marty Lamb's rebuttal of McCastro's Obamacare pitch/

Anonymous said...

I would like to nominate Peg Dunmire FL-8 Congressional seat against Alan Grayson, current representative. Peg is a small business owner owning her own consulting business. She has educated many young college students how they can go through college without any debt. She was the Chief Financial Officer of the Pittsburgh Childrens Hospital for 13 years. Her plans for economic recovery and the immigration issue along with so many others are tops in this district race. I hope you will consider Peg as a nominee.

Anonymous said...

Nick Popaditch is true to his word.Loves our country and doesn't want it to deterioate any more than it already has.He is a person of high morals and values. District 51 will have a great Senator. He has my vote. Tipper & Tiger Dunn.

Anonymous said...

WE NEED MORGAN PHILPOT. Jim Matheson plays the game well. When the HEALTHCARE VOTE was pending I called his office repeatedly for the couple days prior to the vote. They refused to say which way he was leaning, (because he was holding out to see if Nancy really needed his vote.) Now he can come back home and fool the masses of Utahns who think he's a "pretty nice guy" and didn't vote for that nasty health care bill. As head of the Blue-Dogs he should have been leading out against the bill rather than waiting to see if Nancy needed him at the last minute. The first vote Jim Matheson makes is for Nancy Pelosi to be Speaker of the House. That should be enough for Utah voters to wake up and vote for someone who really represents us - Vote for Repulican Morgan Philpot.