Senator Ben Cardin & His Opponents

Senator Ben Cardin is asking the people of Maryland to re-elect him to the U.S. Senator. I think he needs to give us a good reason to re-invest our hopes, our dreams, our families’ futures, not to mention what we’re going to pay him for another 6 years in office. The thing is, if the last 6 years he was in the Senate are any indication, we can do better.

Read these when you have time, and feel free to comment. I promise I’ll get back to you.

1. Ben Cardin v. Dan Bongino: Next contestant.

2. Ben Cardin v. Dan Bongino: What difference does it make?

3. Ben Cardin v. Dan Bongino: What exactly has Senator Cardin been doing all this time?

4. Ben Cardin v. Dan Bongino: How has Senator Cardin been financing his campaign?

5. Ben Cardin v. Dan Bongino: Ben’s Priority Legislation.

6. Ben Cardin v. Dan Bongino: Rubber stamp.

7. Ben Cardin v. Dan Bongino: Senator Cardin’s Brain.

8. Ben Cardin v. Dan Bongino: If our democracy were a business…

9. Ben Cardin v. Dan Bongino: Money buys you access.

10. Ben Cardin v. Dan Bongino: The great blog debate.

11. Ben Cardin v. Dan Bongino: Reasonable questions.

12. Ben Cardin v. Dan Bongino: All hat. No cattle.

13. Ben Cardin v. Dan Bongino: An invitation to Maryland voters who don’t want to re-elect Senator Cardin.

14. Hello? ..Anybody out there? What’s wrong with re-electing Ben Cardin or Dutch Ruppersberger?

15. Ben Cardin v. Dan Bongino: The Affordable Care Act.

16. House and Senate Voting Records: Evidence of Compromise?

17. Only 80,000 new jobs: Maybe today would be a good day for Ben Cardin and Dutch Ruppersberger to accept responsibility.

18. Ben Cardin and Dutch Ruppersberger: Too lazy or just not smart enough to deserve re-election?

19. Ben Cardin v. Dan Bongino v. “Rob who?”

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