Day: August 8, 2010

Is this what the Founders wished?

This is often the case: Michael Ramirez And John at Powerline has some stats to go along with this.  Certainly, this IS all about what the original intent was – and it was about the immediate after effect of slavery.  It was not meant was a backdoor for families illegally entering the United States, "drop …

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Will money control the outcome of the elections?

YES, says Carolyn McKinney, Secretary of the Republican Liberty Caucus of New Hampshire (RLCNH): On Sun, Aug 8, 2010 at 2:10 AM, Carolyn McKinney <carolyn.mckinney@gmail.com> wrote: "I would have thought that Republicans getting whacked in 2006 and 2008 would preclude people from Charlie Bass from being frontrunners at all, but obviously that’s not the case. Just goes …

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Ann Coulter News!

Given what I just put up, this is appropriate: Ya gotta love that line: "Our gays are more macho than their straights!"  So, where does that leave Thom Hartmann? (H/T: RightWingNews)

For whom the poll tolls…

Well, we’ve had some poll data to digest these past couple week and, due to my instinctive craving to analyze the data, I’m going to summarize the results, and throw in some conjecture with it. Poll #1:  NH Young Republican Picnic Straw Poll, (and here) conducted Saturday August 7, 2010 Senate – Ayotte 59, Lamontagne 57, Bender …

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Tenth Amedment

The Jack Kimball for Gov event that the ‘Grok attended (me, Tom, Steve (miss ya, Tim!) last night was all about the 10th Amendment with Michael Boldin of the Tenth Amendment Center speaking speaking via a live stream setup; we’re working on the videos right now – had me remember this long article by Andy …

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Told You So

Democrats raised the cigarette tax to raise revenue in their race to the bottom with neighboring states.  And back in April I pointed out what every conservative already knows; that raising the tax will cost the state money. Raising cigarette taxes will reduce overall revenue from that tax, decrease visits, lower average purchases per visit, …

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