Comments for: Former Maine state senators to work for Angus King

Posted Dec. 22, 2012, at 1:06 p.m.
Last modified Dec. 22, 2012, at 4:25 p.m.

AUGUSTA | Two former state senators and a former legislative aide are among those selected to serve on the state staff of U.S. Sen.-elect Angus King, it was announced Saturday. The Maine independent’s office said the regional representatives will be key to staying in touch with constituents of the …

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  • Anonymous

    Elizabeth Schneider of Orono

    You must be kidding.

    Tell me, How does King differ from a Democrat?
    Answer He doesn’t.

    • Anonymous

      The difference is that he got elected.

      • Anonymous

        Notice all the nose rings in public lately

    • Anonymous

      Many of us have been saying this for years, but none listened.

    • Anonymous

      He hired Chris Rector! He’s about the farthest thing from a Dem. after the war he waged on the working people in Maine.

      • Anonymous

        He did openly what democrats have been doing for decades.

      • Anonymous

        Are you talking working people or unions?? Which one is it, it can’t be both

        • Anonymous

          Here we go again! Maybe you aren’t one of the working people so you wouldn’t know the difference anyhow.

  • Anonymous

    King, a mildewed remnant of average intellect, demonstrates that he is capable of high-level adjudication befitting the current strain of social progressives that are epidemic in Washington this year. The upside, however, for many Mainers is that his pompous and annoying ramblings at the Bag and Sugarloaf Inn will not be missed one iota.

  • Anonymous

    Go for the gold Agnus…………….

    • Anonymous

      He will go for the gold alright. LOL

      • Anonymous

        yours , mine and ours

  • Anonymous

    I wonder what laws he will get passed this time to line his pockets.

  • Anonymous

    How do you find out what Angus King thinks is a desirable enough college education for the federal government to pay for it. He campaigned and said he supported that kind of aid but never provided specifics. I need to make my kid do what Angus wants her to do so that she can go to college. She has a couple of interests but I told her those had to go on the back burner unless Angus supported her decision. He is, after all, her King.

  • Anonymous

    At the bottom of the story the BDN selected “Similar Stories” and all are about rape and murder. Hmmmm

  • Anonymous

    Now he has a second chance to destroy the State.

  • Anonymous

    Angus and Cutler will get rich off his one term in office.

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