Comments for: Republican attack ads now dominate Maine race for Senate Republican attack ads now dominate Maine race for Senate The U.S. Chamber of Commerce so far has spent $839,000 on two ads attacking Angus King for increased state spending during his two terms as governor. Read More Republican attack ads now dominate Maine race for Senate Back to story → Anonymous It’s not a democracy; it’s an auction. Anonymous “It’s not a democracy; it’s an auction.” But even so the GOTea Party appear to have nothing positive to offer. Anonymous Poor Charlie. Not a chance of winning without misdirected carpetbagger money. Is this the best candidate the USCC can buy (by the back door no less). Anonymous I understand that’s what King is doing in Washington. Trying to get some of that carpetbagger money for is own. King can always use some of the money he has made off his windmills scam that are destroying Maine mountain tops. Anonymous This crap is definately assuring and securing my vote. It will absolutely go to Angus King. Anonymous They can spend all they want. Even the Kock brothers with their combined net worth of 62 billion dollars don’t have enough money to make me vote for a Republican again. I’ve had it with the lies and the conspiracy to hold this country hostage to remove President Obama from office. As I see it, Mitch Maconnell, Boehner, Cantor and Lyin’ Ryan should be prosecuted under RICO laws for conspiracy against American citizens. Anonymous LOL!!! Thanks goodness we have comrade Obama to lead us to the promised land. Just remember, taking money from the rich for the poor only works till ya run out of rich. Anonymous And do you really think the Kock brothers amassed 62 billion dollars by playing by the rules that the rest of us live by? These cronies and the rest of the 1%ers have been bleeding this country dry for ages. The greed and disgusting behavior these people engage in is worthy of a one way ticket to hades. Anonymous The six Walton brats are now worth $95 billion, or 95,000 million. They piled up that obscene amount by being America’s largest under employer, with an average wage of a whopping $13,600 a year. They send so much money to China every year to stock their shelves with that crap that they are very shy about exactly how much. That number is known only to the very top people at WalMart and not available for public consumption. We need a $1 billion personal wealth cap in this country, or this is only going to get worse. Anyone who says that they need more than $1 billion has a monkey on their back and it’s name is greed. Anonymous “LOL!!! Thanks goodness we have comrade Obama to lead us to the promised land.” I generally don’t bother with this stuff, but does anyone understand how come it is okay, con PC, for the oh, so Godly conservatives … or so they claim on some political issues… to blaspheme like that ? I don’t get it. Anonymous You drank to much koolaid Anonymous your words are compelling. Anonymous Good thing our votes are not for sale. We are still not selling, right? Anonymous Oh no, they will hurt peopes feelings, these ads should be pulled, bullies is what they are… Anonymous I’ve seen lots of GOP SuperPac ads for Dill and King – but poor Charlie Summers seems to have gone MIA. Is Little Charlie The Invisible Candidate scared of the voters he wants to suppress? Why, yessah!