Tuesday, August 21, 2012

The Question For Our Time

by Scott Morales August 21, 2012

In the historic Presidential tradition of leaving phrases imbued into the mind of the citizenry to echo for generations, one of the phrases for this era is crystallizing.  Remember Kennedy’s,  “Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country”, or Reagan’s,  “Mr. Gorbachev, Tear down this wall”, […]

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It’s Time For A Smell Test (Update and Bumped – Democrats spent 1.5 million to elect Akin)

by Steve MacDonald August 21, 2012

A Republican Candidate for the US Senate in Missouri said something stupid the other day. “It seems to me, first of all, from what I understand from doctors, that’s really rare. If it’s a legitimate rape the female body has ways to try to shut that whole thing down,” he said. Akin said later, in […]

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Return to the 2008 Obama Campaign Strategy (Updated and Bumped-Link Added)

by Steve MacDonald August 21, 2012

(Link Added- Controlling the Message: None of that random messaging that might embarrass us.) In 2008 the Obama Campaign hid or at least disguised his lack of experience or skill by controlling the message.  He did lofty speeches, and some softball interviews in the safest of places and conditions, but anything about policy–what there was […]

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Howard Dilworth R.I.P.

by Steve MacDonald August 21, 2012

After a long battle with various health issues, it pains me to report  that Howard Dilworth has passed away.  Howard was a long time taxpayer advocate with the coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers and a compendium of knowledge on a wide range of topics related to New Hampshire law and politics in general.  He will […]

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If It is Campaign Related….It’s a Campaign Expense…You Clean It Up!

by Steve MacDonald August 21, 2012

  Obama is the campaigner in chief, breaking records for the number of campaign stops and fundraisers he’s made so far, all over America.  He’s also breaking records for the amount of money he is costing the places he travels too for these campaign events.  And neither he, nor his campaign, nor the DNC, are […]

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Obama Bundler ‘Murders’ Steel Worker’s Cancer Stricken Wife…or something.

by Steve MacDonald August 21, 2012

From Hot Air. …Norah O’Donnell took Obama to task this morning for his attempt to distance himself from the personal attack run by his former White House aide Bill Burton, which blamed Mitt Romney for the death of a woman whose husband had been laid off years earlier from a Bain-owned steel plant, long after […]

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Minnesota Democrats Bullying a Candidate for Practicing Gay Sex?

by Steve MacDonald August 21, 2012

Here’s a real winner from Minnesota.  State party Democrats are trying to convince Legislator Kerry Gauthier not to run for re-election in his reliably Democrat district.  Gauthier, 56, had consensual oral sex with a 17 year old boy at a rest stop in Duluth back in July.   (The age of consent for such matter appears to […]

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Does Democrat Matt Houde Have Other Conflicts of Interest…?

by Steve MacDonald August 21, 2012

Given the news that Democrat State Senator Matt Houde (D-State Senate District 5) became a paid lobbyist for the states largest health care provider in October on 2011, I am beginning to wonder how many health care or insurance related vote he made in the 2012 session of the New Hampshire State Senate that could […]

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Before We Get Too Deep Into The National Discussion on Rape

by Steve MacDonald August 21, 2012

Note to the Democrat Party. One of the best ways to reduce violent crimes (like rape) is to support a well trained and lawfully armed populace.  Add concealed carry and now you have a populace that is unaware as to who among them is well trained and well armed.  In every instance, this reduces the […]

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