by Grand Forks Herald
October 16, 2012 at 2:30 am in Grand Forks Herald
Stark differences between North Dakota’s U.S. Senate candidates when it comes to Medicare and the nation’s health care law stood out during their second televised debate Monday. Continue Reading
Tags: farm bill, ND politics, North Dakota, Politics, updates 5 Comments »
I see Berg keeps repeating the lie about the 716 billion from Medicare. What about lie does he not understand? As to the frontier amendment, Conrad and Dorgan tried for 20 years to get that passed in the Senate. He is clearly historically challenged.
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He must be right — his wife and mom told him so!
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“I’m doing everything within my power, in regards to getting a farm bill passed” says Rick Berg. By everything in his power- he means zilch- because that’s how much power his party has given him as far as leeway in regards to this issue. Rick Berg doesn’t care about family farmers in North Dakota. Never has, never will. His actions speak far louder than his words.
He wrote notes , read from them and Heidi spoke from the heart. She didnt need a crutch because the issues were near and dear to her heart. His comment about doing everything to pass the farm bill was a huge lie. I agree he doesnt give a rats ass about the ND Farmers.
After much thought about the two candidates I’m voting for Heitkamp. I believe she will do whats best for North Dakota where Rick Berg will only do what is best for his pocket book. I just can’t trust Rick Berg after his mess with the Goldmark issue. He said they were two different companies yet the Herald proved that to be a lie. If you want to do the best thing for the state vote Heitkamp if you want to play party politics and make some guy who only cares about himself more money vote Berg.
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