Setting?  I was fatigued by Obama’s voice before the beginning of the end of Recovery Summer 2009.  Probably sooner.  Obama was the cure for my Bush era “we don’t hear enough from the office of the President” period.  While Bush didn’t say so much about what was going on, the ‘O’ on Obama was for over-share.  He never shut-up.  Never grew tired of hearing himself speak.  Still hasn’t.  And after he has ruined the nation, he’ll just keep talking, and talking, and talking….

But it has been a while since I pimped some Jonah Goldberg Quotes and this is a most excellent opening to his latest Goldberg File, so here you go.

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Or we Could have had a cure for Ebola‘ might have to ask ‘If you like you plan you can keep your plan’ to slide over a bit so it can sit next to it on the Democrat bench of all time classic talking-point blunders.  We are referring to that Democrat rhetoric by which Republican spending priorities (as in spending less) is WHY we do not already have a cure for Ebola–something that had to blow up in their faces.

Democrats wasted trillions.  TRILLIONS.  Jeanne Shaheen and company had their way with more than 21 trillion dollars, nearly doubling the debt to 17.9 Trillion in just six years.    Read the whole thing!

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Shaheen lied about keeping plans, doctors, prices, how much it would cost, who would pay, losing access, and about wanting to fix it.

From Phil Kerpen at American Commitment including video – ‘Democrats will never fix ObamaCare’

(Phil’s Tweet disappeared.  I put it back.)

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I really like the one that Steve has up – a bit “non Halloween-ish” but if you have to go off topic, go patriotic!   US Dept Energy Halloween pumpkin carving templatesHowever, once again deciding that political and government issues MUST be thrust into every area of our privates lives comes the US Department of EnergyNever leave ANY occasion alone in which to push that Obama “fundamentally transforming” messaging in “here is how you SHOULD live your lives”. Your sense of a private life does not exist in the Progressive reality:

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New WMUR logoSorry, but Steve’s post title was too good to pass up on.  Yes, the truth wins out and Scott Brown was right and James Pindell was wrong about the geography of Sullivan County here in NH.  Or, the alternative view was that they are both right (Sullivan County is BOTH West and North of Concord, NH) but refused the fact that Northwest satisfies both conditions.  Any ways, James Pindell admits his mistake.

Here is where I’d ordinarily put up the video but I’m done wasting time dissecting WMUR’s code to yank it out, so I’m not even gonna bother  to link it (let them beat their own chests on it) but here is the transcript:

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Hey, everyone gets a nick-name, and thanks to last nights Brown-Shaheen Debate, James gets a new one.

And Scott Brown has now given the Democrats some hope.  He included Sullivan County in ‘The North Country,’ which started a twitter debate about how Sullivan county is west and mostly north of Concord, whether north of Concord counted as ‘The North Country,’ and even spawned left-wing tweets with pictures making Brown out to be some alien ambassador trying to dupe the locals into thinking he was one of them.  This from the people who hate New Hampshire’s current State Motto, Live Free or Die.

Pindell started all that by observing that Sullivan County was west of Concord.  So is Alaska, technically, so why bring it up?

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And when our elected officials start saying “responsible”, you know their true meaning for once started, it is incrementalism all the way down to totalitarianism 2ndAmendmentPurpose

(H/T: Liberal Logic 101)

 

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If creepy makeup is more your thing, check out these pictures.

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The pics on the jump are a bit creepier…or awesome, depending on your tolerance for such things.

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twitter-logo-breakYou might still catch it, but the twitter punditry during the Brown Shaheen debate has been most impressive.

Get on twitter and search for #nhpolitics, #nhsen, and check out the feed, and what you missed.

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New Hampshire House Candidate Guy Comtois joins us talk about policy to attract businesses to New Hampshire, dealing with an aging population, tolerating congressional hypocrisy (we shouldn’t), wresting control of media and the message to balance things out a bit, and the cost of shifting power back down to towns and states. (You can email guy at gcomtois2010@gmail.com).

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scales-of-injusticeGo get ‘em.

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(October 30, 2014) - Today, the American Center for Law & Justice (ACLJ) filed a federal lawsuit in New Hampshire against the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) on behalf of Citizens for a Strong New Hampshire, claiming the IRS is unlawfully delaying the release of records between the IRS and U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) who demanded the IRS investigate conservative organizations for engaging in “political activities.”

The lawsuit requests the federal court to order the IRS to release the records. Led by Chief Counsel Jay Sekulow, the American Center for Law & Justice is headquartered in Washington, D.C.


The full release, as well as a quote from Jay Sekulow, can be seen here.

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Clean-Elections3Anyone who has a history of working on elections in New Hampshire is aware of how corrupted by out of state, transient voters and special interests our once locally run elections have become.

If you, as a NH citizen, would like to help return integrity to our elections here is how you can help. And it is not hard. It just takes some time.

You can be The Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayer’s eyes and ears on Election Day November 4, 2014 and help prepare for the onslaught of out of state voters that will come in 2016 if we do nothing.

Here is an important part of what is wrong with this upcoming election. The example below is part of a memorandum sent to NH election officials recently:

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I’ve got nothing to add but, I’m sure Howie Carr will have plenty to say about Mayor Menino on his show today.

 

 

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John Fund – NRO

O’Keefe had a Brazilian-born immigrant investigator pose as someone who wanted to vote but was not a citizen. Greg Amick, the campaign manager for the Democrat running for sheriff in Mecklenburg County (Charlotte), was only too happy to help.

The Democrat campaign manager was only too happy to help.   Anyone surprised by that?

 

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NHGOPElephantThis from a California based RedStater (emphasis mine)

As a side note, I already voted by mail, and for the first time in my life, I left blank my vote for governor. It was the only way I could live with myself here in California where the establishment Republicans foisted a Democrat in liberal Republican’s clothing on us

Remember Establishment Republicans, you have made them not care.

 

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Democrat Elliot Lasky Stealing Campaign SignsOr, that would be Dr. Elliot Lasky.  You know, the husband of current (at the time, former) NH State Senator Bette Lasky – the guy that was caught redhanded pulling up Republican campaign signs (Steve had the news here, here, and here)?

Well, he has a counterpart in Delaware – except there, the police are actually following the law and are trying to arrest his butt:

Police in Middletown, Delaware, issued an arrest warrant for the husband of state Sen. Bethany Hall-Long on Wednesday after he was caught on video allegedly stealing campaign signs put up by Republicans.  The suspect, identified as Dana Armon Long, has been charged with a Class A misdemeanor for theft under $1,500. He faces up to one year in prison and a fine of up to $2,300.

On Wednesday, Republican campaign volunteers reportedly set up a camera at the location in Middletown where dozens of their political signs kept disappearing. Some of the signs apparently read, “Fix the Economy! Vote Republican.”

“We got you, brother! We got the license plate, your face, and everything,” one of the volunteers says in the video.

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SHAHEEN crossed the BORDERJeanne Shaheen is taking heat for her Scott Brown border crossing quip in their last debate.  But not (IMHO) for the right reasons.

Shaheen quipped “we sort of let this guy [her Republican opponent Scott Brown] sneak over the southern border. You’ve probably noticed that we’ve been debating border security a little bit in this campaign.  Clearly we didn’t do enough to secure the southern border of New Hampshire,” on Monday.

1) Shaheen crossed the same border, from just as far south (farther technically) , she just did it before Brown.  (I wonder if she is prepared to claim native status or that she is 1/32nd Josiah Bartlett or something…)

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Let’s revisit this from my last post, shall we?

The question we ask today is not whether our government is too big or too small, but whether it works — whether it helps families find jobs at a decent wage, care they can afford, a retirement that is dignified.”            – President Barack Obama, Inauguration, 1/20/09

Remember what Obama said when you go to the polls on Tuesday: “I am not on the ballot this fall.  Michelle’s pretty happy about that.  But make no mistake: these policies are on the ballot.  Every single one of them.”

No matter where you happen to be or how many of them you cast.

No matter where you happen to be or how many of them you cast.

Elections have consequences and so do the people who are voted into office.  Tuesday, we get to decide all over again.  Steve Hayes at the Weekly Standard (I love listening to him on the roundtables on FNC’s Special Report – smart, insightful guy) makes it clear this election is all about an Obama activist Govt and how it has not worked.  I’ve reformatted and bullet listed his points for emphasis:

  • Not only is this election not about nothing, it is being fought over exactly the kinds of things that ought to determine our elections.
  • It’s about the size and scope of government.
  • It’s about the rule of law.
  • It’s about the security of the citizenry.
  • It’s about competence.
  • It’s about integrity.
  • It’s about honor.
  • It’s about a government that makes promises to those who have defended the country and then fails those veterans, again and again and again.

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Priorities – Failed Green Energy boondoggle Solyndra or an Ebola Vaccine

by Skip October 30, 2014

“The question we ask today is not whether our government is too big or too small, but whether it works — whether it helps families find jobs at a decent wage, care they can afford, a retirement that is dignified.”            – President Barack Obama, Inauguration, 1/20/09 Remember what Obama said when you go to the […]

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NH GOP Chair Jennifer Horn campaign promise – oops…

by Skip October 30, 2014

We listen, we write it down, and then we review.  Review – such a softer word than accountability.  So let’s go with accountability.  When she ran for NH GOP Chair, she promised three things – and now it is the time for the Party (not just us) to start the review and see if those […]

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AGW Has Saved Florida Hundreds of Billions of Dollars

by Steve MacDonald October 30, 2014
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  The next possible hurricane date in Florida will be nearly 10 years since the last one. Climate change has saved Florida $100's of billions. — Steve Goddard (@SteveSGoddard) October 30, 2014

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Not Sure What to Wear For Halloween Yet?

by Steve MacDonald October 30, 2014
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Nice culture you have there.  Be a shame if anything were to happen to it. Breitbart The holiday costume comes with a prop gas mask, safety goggles, a hazmat dress, hazmat leggings, and a disclaimer. “Please Note: This item is not suitable for protection against hazardous material.”    

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Notable Quote – Dana Loesch

by Skip October 29, 2014

From her new book:  “Hands Off My Gun: Defeating the Plot to Disarm America” 7. ”My grandparents’s gun cabinet was kept in their bedroom. Where I’m from, people don’t have “safes,” they have wooden cabinets with etched glass front doors, where instruments of protection and means to provide meat for your family take pride of place […]

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If the Republicans actually take the Senate, does ANYONE seriously think this will happen?

by Skip October 29, 2014

Just like the hue and cry, the sturm und drang that Republicans in both chambers that promised, over and over, that Obamacare would be repealed just as soon as they controlled the US House and Senate.  You surely must remember that back in 2010 and 2012, right?  Number one rally cry, number one campaign promise, […]

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Data Point – less Americans working under Obama

by Skip October 29, 2014

Remember, EVERY Obama policy is on the ballot (claims Obama): (H/T: RedState)

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Any Republican agreeing to allow Stephanopoulous moderate their debate is just plain cracked

by Skip October 29, 2014

From Big Government: Stephanopoulos will be hosting Thursday night’s debate between former Sen. Scott Brown and Shaheen, despite this conflict—he’s on video as a political activist accepting Shaheen’s endorsement of President Clinton—and another conflict. As Breitbart News reported on Tuesday, Stephanopoulos has a longtime personal and political relationship with Shaheen campaign adviser Mandy Grunwald. Remember that […]

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What, Ray Buckley, your folks have no video skilz for NH State Senator David Boutin (“I was too drunk”)??

by Skip October 29, 2014

Sad, very said, that a ragtag group of bloggers deal with video better than the NH Dem Party whose Chair, Ray Buckley, brings in millions.  Sad state of affairs indeed, except we are WAY more motivated than he is.  Got the following in the InnerTubes email: Flip side after the jump.  But it wasn’t David Boutin’s […]

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Why Democrats hate the TEA Party, why Socialists hate Liberty folks

by Skip October 29, 2014

Evil.  It exists in the real world and many of us can recognize it.  However, in the ever-increasing political polarization here in America, there certainly is one set of folks that truly believes that evil actually exists.  No, for these people it is not that commit heinous crimes.  It is not those that advocate killing […]

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