Monday, August 13, 2012

Mysterious Folder Conundrum

by Tom August 13, 2012

Suppose you fall in love with someone who is good looking, well groomed, and has lots of potential.  Let’s say you two lovebirds decide to get married.  Giddiness and joy all around…congratulations. One day, you are at the supermarket, casually buying grapes (so you can feed them to your love, like they do in the […]

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And when Obama / Biden / Axelrod / Wasserman-Shultz / Ray Buckley talks about the Bush deficits…..

by Skip August 13, 2012

I see BIG columns for Obama, don’t you?      (H/T: White House via The Corner)

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Medicare Fraud – [Updated and Bumped – Again…]

by Steve MacDonald August 13, 2012

When I say “Medicare Fraud,” I’m not referring to the corrupt practices of people and professionals who are milking taxpayers by running fast circles around the bureaucratic behemoth that is Medicare.  I am referring to the left-wing Democrat lie-factory that has nothing in its barren campaign quiver but fear tactics.   That is the fraud I […]

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Hpocrisy of the Left – yet another example

by Skip August 13, 2012

Nothing more needs to be said. (H/T: Troglopundit)

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Humor – campaign style

by Skip August 13, 2012

More at the link!  (H/T:  The Morlock Revolt)

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Blogosphere Line of the Day – on Greed

by Skip August 13, 2012

From Instapundit “A higher form of justice” translates as “give me the money regardless of the law.” “Greedy” means “you won’t give me what I want, just because it’s yours, not mine.” So Occupyish…yet from Sweden.  Or, the DNC / Obama Administration for that matter  

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American Exceptionalism – hoping it is more than a campaign slogan

by Skip August 13, 2012

This caught my eye as one of the things that Romney said after announcing that Paul Ryan was to be his Veep pick: “I love America. We’re going to restore American principles. We love this country. We don’t want to change it. We don’t want to transform it. We want to restore the principles of […]

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When the Left starts “Memory Holing” pictures and stories, you’re on the Right track!

by Skip August 13, 2012

The ‘Grok is doing its part on exposing what has been run on a semi-stealth process here in NH – the Federal Government’s implementation of President Obama’s promise made just before his inauguration: “We are five days from fundamentally transforming the United States”. As Tom’s post / series thus far has been pointing out (Part […]

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Democrat Contradictions – Out Of State Influence in Local Elections

by Steve MacDonald August 13, 2012

Democrats in New Hampshire take a lot of money from outside the state.  Don’t take my word for it, just go look it up.  Millions and Millions.  They use candidates, campaign committees, so-called non-profits, and even have super wealthy out of state special interest donors making personal donations here and there to move money around […]

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GrokWATCH: Right To Know Request – Water Sustainability Commission – Update 1

by Skip August 13, 2012

Back on August 2, we launched an RTK (Right To Know) request against Gov. Lynch’s parting gift, the Water Sustainability Commission.  Specifically, we wanted copies of all of the surveys that the public had filled in that the WSC presented via SurveyMonkey. I am happy to report that John Gilbert did respond positively and sent […]

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Maggie’s World -or- It’s Good to be the Duchess

by Tom August 13, 2012

Democratic candidate for governor, Maggie Hassan, was recently endorsed by New Hampshire’s largest union*, the National Education Association (NEA-NH). In their press release, the union stated that “Maggie shares our belief that good public schools are the foundation for strong communities and a vibrant economy and that for our students and schools to thrive, we all […]

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GrokTV Event – Seacoast Republican Women Congressional Forum – Question 4

by Skip August 13, 2012

To recap: five of the questions asked of the Candidates at the Seacoast Republican Women Congressional Forum were contributed before and during the event by the actual attendees with the lone exception of the last Question by Stella Scamman, the moderator.  The Candidates answering were: NH First Congressional District – Rick Parent, Vern Clough                           NH […]

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GrokTV Event: Belknap County Republican Committee “Contested Primaries”- NH Executive Council

by Skip August 13, 2012

Going from the top race and proceeding “down ticket” at the event is that of the NH Executive Council and two candidates showed up for that: long time (in the tooth) politician and holder of the seat, Ray Burton) and Jerry Thibodeau who believes that he can overcome this ossified dinosaur and Master of the […]

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Jerry Thibodeau for Executive Councilor, District 1

by Rick Olson August 13, 2012

I  support and endorse Jerry Thibodeau for Executive Council. I speak as me alone and not as the voice of Granite Grok.I personally know Jerry and count him as a close personal friend. Jerry is a native to the Granite State. He has raised a family, built a successful business and served the Manchester community […]

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GrokTV: Conservative Republican Candidate Home Event – Jerry Thibodeau

by Skip August 13, 2012

Continuing on with Conservative Candidates in Belknap County (NH) that were asked to speak at Barbara Aichinger’s home on Lake Winnipesaukee was Jerry Thibodeau.  He is running to oust that ossified dinosaur Ray Burton (an elected Republican official who has no problem in endorsing a Democrat where other Republicans were running).  Here, he addresses those […]

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The Promise of The Democrat Police State

by Steve MacDonald August 13, 2012

Democrats obstructing speech they object to continued… after yesterdays post, which produced some necessary followup.  Obama campaign officials obstructed a Pennsylvania reporter from speaking to Obama supporters waiting outside, in line for an Obama rally.  A Commenter, C. dog, responded with a link to this story from 2008, at the Democrat National Convention, in Denver. […]

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