This week’s column

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The Murphy drama, continued.

I’ll be among the yellow-fanged orcs tweeting the Sunday debate @colinmcenroe. Holla and folla!

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4 thoughts on “This week’s column

  1. Richard

    Reading the News Junkie, it isn’t reading like McMahon’s Denver. The Courant? No. Or in the Courant’s poll that has it 60/40 ‘McMahon won the debate’ with 791 votes in.

    Is Murphy another Ned Lamont moment for the wingers of the CT Democrats? Is Esty? Are we having another Progressive reality check on the way to a GOP Governor in 2014?

  2. Reader

    This fear has been motivating every Republican in Connecticut since the primary… because this refers squarely to Chris Murphy. Take a look at Connecticut’s job performance when he was in the General Assembly and then in the House. It is awful, and why can’t we blame him?

    It might be time to sit the kids down and say, “Jason and Apple, there’s a possibility that our state may elect someone ridiculously unqualified to serve for six years in the Senate…”

  3. peter brush

    a person whose deepening indifference to the state of Connecticut has been exceeded only by his preening vanity and his Brokebackian obsession with John McCain
    This state does the Full Lewinsky, doesn’t deserve crap. Remind me again why I’m supposed to be bitterly angry with Lieberman. Honestly, I can’t recall. War in Iraq?
    Is “brokebackian” kinda like “poofter,” an Australian thing?

  4. peter brush

    deepening indifference to the state of Connecticut
    Unfortunately, there are some states going in the wrong direction on fiscal policy. The Cato report card gave “F” grades to Pat Quinn of Illinois, Dan Malloy of Connecticut, Mark Dayton of Minnesota, Neil Abercrombie of Hawaii and Chris Gregoire of Washington. These governors are big spenders and they all pushed major tax hikes, which have undercut the economic recovery.

    Some of these governors are schizophrenic on taxes: They jack up overall business tax rates, then give breaks to favored businesses.

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