Eric Brakey for ME US Senate

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Mike G
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Eric Brakey for ME US Senate

https://ericbrakey.com/home/

He will hopefully be retiring that one-worlder Angus King.

Brakey is the one bright hope in the present dismal ME congressional delegation

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Only a man like Eric could

Only a man like Eric could have any affect on the affliction which is DC.

Hopefully one Senator at a time, until at least 51 don't continue to kick the can forever, and there is no forever when it comes to reality.

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Eric's a good man! Will make

Eric's a good man! Will make a wonderful US Senator! Brakey for US Senate!

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Is this the young looking kid

Is this the young looking kid that dances in a spedo and calls himself an actor?

I apologize for not being knowledgeable about his political mastery, but what are the highlights of his legislative views?

Mike G
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I think that was him

I think that was him highlighted by some great minds like George.

He was instrumental in bringing Constitutional Carry to the state of Maine and has worked to prevent welfare fraud, wasteful spending and government overbite. So right there, he has beaten anything that King has done in the US Senate.

What great things can a Maine rep do in Augusta surrounded by nannies?

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Concering this..... Anyone

Concering this..... Anyone can become a U.S. Senator! Senator Al Franken

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Anyone can be President too..

Anyone can be President too....

Mike G
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The better question as to who

The better question as to who should be your Senator should be who is practiced more as being the bigger thief or some fool who thinks self-determination for the individual is the rule over the righteous elite like the Clintons.

I'd say the two US Senators that we Mainers have are not some kind of a great centrists, as Chucky Todd of NBC expounds, but are so practice at being thieves and con artists that they do not ruffle the feathers of the well to do and THOSE in charge. Surely Trump is not in charge, only his idiot daughter Shirley is in charge.

MR Smith goes to Washington, or Mr Brakey goes to Washington, some things don't change, like doubling the national debt every two terms and tripling the theft by the black budget, something like 12 trillion.

And here is several examples of how our two centrist senators have worked to devalue the American worker and retirees of this nation, and it is only one but a big one, they have stood by while the Federal Reserve has forced millions of Americans to get absolutely NOTHING for their savings. They have stood by and required that all student loan debts be guaranteed by the US government and these debts cannot be forgiven either by the borrower or the co-signer again tapping into the wealth of retirees and those about to.

Then these two assholes throw us a bone with military contracts and social security welfare crap, may they rot in hell.

Practiced thieves are the both of them

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Washington is controlled by

Congress is controlled by Kings!

We've had enough Kings in Congress! Time to take our Republic Back and have our leaders act like Congressmen and not Kings!

I Vote Brakey FOR US Senate!

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I am waiting for Paul LePage

I am waiting for Paul LePage to announce... Then I will send him a few bucks.
Only one person in Maine could beat Angus King and I think that's Paul LePage.

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That is sad, anyone should be

That is sad, anyone should be able to beat Angus King, as far as a Senator is concerned Brakey would be a better choice as a representative, but Lepage would be an improvement over that pompous ass King. I wonder if that ass is still walking around with his scandisk thumb drive ready to balance the budget.

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Eric Brakey has certainly

Eric Brakey has certainly proven he's a good Republican for the Maine taxpayers, and it was nice to read that he was one of just five (5) Senators who just voted against LD 1108 and the wasteful public health nursing program.

The Maine Senate roll call vote details for this are posted at:
http://legislature.maine.gov/LawMakerWeb/rollcall.asp?ID=280064160&chamb...

Keep up the great work Eric!

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Dear friend,

Dear friend,

Once again, news has come out that Senator King has abused his power within the federal government to benefit himself and his business cronies. Investigated by the Portland Press Herald and Breitbart News, the King cashed in on a $407,000 personal check early this year in return for securing a federal loan for a wind power project he was involved in. Breitbart reports:

“Add former Maine Governor and current Independent candidate for Senate Angus King to the long list of Obama administration cronies who have personally made money off the $800 billion Obama Stimulus program. King’s personal bailout came in the form of a $407,000 “success fee” he received in 2011 from a wind energy project that remains in business today only because it received a $102 million federal loan King played a major role in securing.”

“Mr. King may claim ‘not a dollar of that $212,000 came from the federal government,’ but he would not have received a penny of his personal $407,000 in bailout funds had not the Record Hill Wind project received the 102 million dollars he secured for the project from the federal government.” Read more here.

This is just another example of Sen. King’s inside-deal making that is not in Maine’s best interests. He has forgotten about Maine, he has forgotten its citizens, and he has forgotten Maine values. For decades, career politicians like the King have maintained power through tactics just like this: closed-door deal making that benefits only themselves and the elite.

I need your help to fix this unjust system. Despite being an “independent,” Sen. King has the Democratic machine and it’s ultra-rich donors behind him. Please support my campaign by donating $25, $50, $100, or $1000 so that we can finally return liberty and power back to where it belongs: with the hard-working people of Maine.

Thank you for standing with me,

Sen. Eric Brakey

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" He has forgotten about

" He has forgotten about Maine, he has forgotten its citizens, and he has forgotten Maine values. For decades, career politicians like the King have maintained power through tactics just like this: closed-door deal making that benefits only themselves and the elite."

If anyone thinks this is new they are wrong. It has always been his money from othe rpoles' money.

I quote a former legislator I communicated with during fighting the famous 41 million budget gap plan!
" the carpet bagging lying SOB ought to go back from where he came from" !

Still isn't hard to know that the person was correct.

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Eric Brakey stands a chance

Eric Brakey stands a chance with King's record speaking for him.

With help like the "Swamp Watch" segment on Steve Hilton's new Fox show The Next Revolution, it could be an interesting campaign season.

Take a watch. At about 2.50 minutes in, he skewers Angus.

http://www.foxnews.com/on-air/the-next-r...index.html

And don't forget Angus's vote to let the UN control our guns. That ought to make real Mainers happy. (snark).

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Blue Jay

Blue Jay

Apparently the link police killed your link.

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http://www.foxnews.com/on-air

http://www.foxnews.com/on-air/the-next-revolution-with-steve-hilton/inde...

I hope this works. Just go to Foxnews.com and go to the bottom of the page to The Next Revolution with Steve Hilton.

Angus is at about 2.52 or so.

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Blue jay

Blue jay

That works Txs

Angus gets special mention as a benefactor of his own lawmaking cha ching$$

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