Tuesday, December 20, 2011

No Mitt, you are not part of TEA Party (even if you spoke at a TEA Party event)

by Skip December 20, 2011

Michelle had this little beauty (emphasis mine): Mitt Romney said today he’s “the ideal candidate” for the Tea Party movement because his stance on issues lines up “pretty darn well” with the movement he says will soon realize that GOP frontrunner Newt Gingrich isn’t their best option for president. “I recognize that the speaker has […]

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What’s the big deal? After all, Jon Corzine has had LOTS of experience of making money disappear

by Skip December 20, 2011

Well, why not?  Isn’t being a ex-Senator (and an ex-Governor of an over taxed State), a ex -Democrat Senator, and a Big Spending Liberal enough to have lost $1.2 BILLION? After all, add up all those things means that he’s well experienced at spending lots of other peoples’ money…..for not much of a result. (H/T:  […]

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2012 Presidential Primary – next up, Rick Santorum?

by Skip December 20, 2011

Everyone, seemingly, has had the Primary Pop except for one: Rick Santorum.  Of all of the candidates in the race now, I would have to say that he has put the most time and work into his candidacy.  Not just since Primary “began” in earnest, but for much longer than anyone else in the face […]

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Email Doodlings – Really? We HAVE to support Ron Paul because if we don’t, he’ll run as a 3rd Party and Obama will win

by Skip December 20, 2011

Essentially, this is the political equivalent of “don’t make me mad or I’ll kill myself!”.  Another way of putting it is “I’m Sampson (in my own mind, anyways) – if you make fun of me, I’ll bring down your house!”.  Here’s the assertion: Here is my claim: Republicans have no choice whom they support. They […]

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Israel cannot return to the Pre 1967 Borders

by Steve MacDonald December 20, 2011

Obama reads things off his TelePrompTer.  Things like Israel returning to pre-1967 borders.   This is an indictment of his incompetence as a leader, not just becasue he said it, but because he chose the people who thought it was a good idea, wrote it down, and then gave it to him to read. So maybe […]

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A different sort of foreign policy

by Carolyn December 20, 2011

Republicans have for quite some time garnered the reputation of being war hawks. Just a few minutes listening to Rick Santorum, and you’ll know why. But one reason that I chose to support Ron Paul for president is because of his views on foreign policy. Reading what he has written, and listening to what he […]

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Bay State Transplants Support the Sign Warning Bill While “Mass-holes” Oppose it

by Rick Olson December 20, 2011

“There is nothing more likely to start disagreement among people or countries than an agreement.” —E. B. White Today’s Union Leader Editorial weighed in on House Bill 1412, referred to as the, “Massachusetts New Hampshire Warning Sign Act.” The UL likes the bill, but opines the measure does not go far enough. The folks over […]

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Rep Leishman Lawsuit Tossed; Pan Am gets Revenge?

by Steve MacDonald December 20, 2011

Did Pan Am Railway just get some major payback on an ethics challenged State Rep who owns a competing Railroad company? The Nashua Telegraph is reporting that Rep. Peter Leishman (D – Milford-Bennington Railway), recently re-elected to the NH House, just had his lawsuit thrown out by Judge Paul Barbadoro of the U.S. District Court […]

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Help Sponsor a Roving Reporter in Iowa for the Caucuses

by Mike December 20, 2011

Robert Stacy McCain, AKA “The Other McCain”, a first class reporter and blogger, is bound for Iowa on Dec 26th, when most of us will be enjoying that post-Christmas vacation day that the Brits call “Boxing Day”. If you enjoy his edgy but factual writing style, and you want the real scoop of what’s going […]

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