Tuesday, October 26, 2010

It is a matter of trust Connecticut & You can't trust Blumenthal.

Blumenthal lies and plays dirty tricks to win. Connecticut, is this who you really want as your senator?

The Linda McMahon campaign is completely right and it's disgusting how Dick Blumenthal will sink to an all time low to do such a thing. Maybe it's because Blumenthal is trying to take the attention off of himself of some of the things the he has done and with a record like his, well, you decide folks. Blumenthal supports Obama's Cap & Trade tax bill and Obama care. How is that to start with? Dick Blumenthal took care of Countrywide and took care of himself just like Chris Dodd! (See for yourself)

Even the U.S. Chamber of Commerce can tell you more about the real Dick Blumenthal and how the things he has done such as crushing small business, you know, the people who create jobs!

Read more: http://gretawire.blogs.foxnews.com/linda-mcmahon-statement-about-michael-benoits-visit-to-connecticut/#ixzz13WTBxGg4

WWE spokesman Robert Zimmerman says the Benoit murder-suicide was "an extremely tragic and unforeseeable occurrence."

But, Zimmerman added, "The WWE cannot speculate on what lead to the senseless murders and suicide, nor can WWE be held accountable for the tragic personal actions of Chris Benoit. The WWE is still deeply saddened by this loss and extends its continued condolences to the family members.

He also pointed to the company's extensive health and wellness policy, particularly as it relates to head trauma. "Under WWE's Talent Wellness Program, all performers undergo mandatory tests of brain function, including memory, processing speed and reaction time. Monitoring and analysis are done through the ImPACT™ Concussion Management Program," he said. "If a WWE performer shows symptoms of a concussion or has suffered a concussion, then that WWE performer will not be cleared for a return to wrestling until he/she passes an ImPACT test and is cleared clinically by a certified physician.

Meanwhile, McMahon campaign spokesman Ed Patru issued the following statement in response to Benoit's press conference: "Chris Benoit murdered his family, and he alone is responsible for that. It is outrageous and reprehensible that Dick Blumenthal's campaign is now suggesting someone else is responsible for this heinous crime. The public overwhelmingly rejects the irresponsible notion that a murderer's behavior ought to be excused and instead someone else should be held accountable. And frankly, it's deeply troubling that Dick Blumenthal would take this governing philosophy to Washington and write laws in a way that reflects this thinking."

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