Day: July 19, 2012

Sigh…everyone is allowed to get it wrong once in a while. Ryan O’Connor of Bedford Patch just took his turn.

“Andy Sanborn Earns Granite Grok Endorsement“ Er, no.  I just emailed, via the form email at Bedford Patch, Ryan this message: And you didn’t read the whole post, did you? “Note: This is a personal endorsement.  I do not at present speak for anyone else at GraniteGrok.” All of the writers at GraniteGrok are free …

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Things to Remember About Barack Obama

Bill Whittle helps us remember the awesomeness that is….Barack Obama.   H/T Hot Air 1001 Reasons to Vote against Obama – the first 100….are on the jump. (follow the link for all of them….so far.)

GrokTV Special Interview: Bob Burns (candidate for NH Executive Council District 4) – Q5: “Hacks” versus “Public Servants”?

Leadership counts and one of the primary jobs of the NH Executive Council is to confirm those that have been brought up for appointment for leadership positions like Commissioners of departments and such, and judges.  The person doing the nominating certainly has a philosophy as to why a given candidate should be confirmed, so we …

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Romney’s Tax Records And The Idiot Cabral

“Is being an idiot like being high all the time?”  —Janeane Garofalo MSNBC‘s Michael O’Brien asserts, “Most Americans say Mitt Romney should release more of his tax returns,” citing a USA Today/Gallup Poll. So how many Americans is “most Americans?” According to the poll, 54%. Certainly, that is 4% more than half. But curiously, the margin …

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GrokTV Special Interview: Susan Olsen,NH House Candidate (Merrimack-7) – Question 8: Platform – Top Issues?

This interview series with Susan Olsen (Candidate for the NH House in Merrimack-7) has seemingly concentrated not on State Government and looking outward to its effects on citizens (e.g., what new laws are we passing or should pass?) but on the relationship between State Government and its citizens – does it work and does it …

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GrokTV Special Interview – Rick Parent (candidate, Congress NHCD1) – Question 4: Vote yes on bills that would raise the national debt?

The fiscal maw of the US Federal debt crisis is staring us in the face – $16 Trillion dollars and not one peep of a credible plan to pay it back;  All we get is platitudes about winding down the annual deficit of $1 trillion-plus that is plaguing our nation’s future year after year with …

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Captive customers and the U.S. Post Office monopoly then and now….

I found myself in a post office yesterday. Gawd. I waited in line, and waited in line…and waited in line. The counter had one, and only one, postal employee at “work.” She chatted and talked and chatted and talked with the captive customer ahead of me. And I waited some more…I waited longer than I’ve ever …

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Endorsement: Andy Sanborn for New Hampshire State Senate District 9

There are fundamental problems with the way the New Hampshire government conducts its business, from the glut of agencies, the redundancy, inefficiency that has grown over the years, and the inability to coordinate information that was built into the system, not out of forethought or malice, but simply because that is how disparate empires grow …

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