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VIDEO: McCain, Brown Rally Voters in Melrose

Supporters came out for the Republican candidates during a Saturday morning rally.

Senators John McCain (R, Arizona), Scott Brown (R, Massachusetts) and congressional candidate Richard Tisei (R) all took the stage before an enthusiastic audience in Melrose Saturday morning.

Both Brown and McCain touted the Massachusetts senator's bipartisan reputation, and reminding voters a victory in Massachusetts could swing control of the Senate back to the GOP.

"I don't want you to go out on Nov. 6 and think, 'oh, I could've made a 100 more calls,' 'oh, I could've hung up a few more signs,'" Brown said.

 

Steve O October 22, 2012 at 08:07 PM
What a shame an American war hero was defeated by a smooth talking fraud.
Colter95 November 03, 2012 at 08:39 PM
I saw Obama yesterday claiming the new job numbers are proof that his policies are working and that we are in an economic recovery... Fact is, that is not the truth, or even close to the truth... First, the unemployment rate ticked up to 7.9% and the year-to-date monthly average of 157,000 payroll jobs is barely enough to keep up with population growth -- much less make up for the 8 million jobs lost during the Great Recession. Second, the so-called real unemployment rate (U6) remains elevated at 14.6%, albeit down from 14.7% the prior month. Similarly, the labor participation rate is at 63.8%, up from its multi-decade low but still incredibly weak. Third, average hourly earnings fell a penny in October and average hours worked fell to 34.4 from 34.5 in September. Stagnant wages means "we're not generating income," Reinhart says. "That's a problem in terms of the durability of an economic expansion, which is usually fueled by consumption. To get consumption you've got to generate income." Also, just look at your checkbook. We are paying a lot more for everything now than we did in 2008. The price of gas has doubled. At the same time, wages have gone down, and that's if you're lucky to have a job. In 2008, 25 banks went out of business. In 2012, 48 banks have gone out of business. Almost double the amount. Does that sound like recovery to you? Don't believe the Obama lies!! Romney/Ryan 2012
paul surette November 05, 2012 at 04:18 AM
OMG...Mr. Context actually posted something of a Republican nature....are you o.k. Chris? Do you need a moment?

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