Sunday, December 9, 2012

A perfect example of why there is frustration with the GOP

by Skip December 9, 2012

The grassroots within the Right of the Political aisle formed the TEA Party – Taxed Enough Already.  As being pointed out this morning on the talking head shows, if we go over the Fiscal Cliff, there are more than a few states, combined with Fed taxes that will take effect, will have residents that will […]

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GrokTV – Panel Discussion: Making your vote count – Q&A Part 3

by Skip December 9, 2012

And the last installment of the Rye Republican Panel Discussions on the voting results of November 6th: A need: Contagious Volunteerism vs Learned Helplessness Role of the NH GOP / a need for a different Organization? Closing Remarks     Contagious Volunteerism                                             A family of […]

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GrokTV – Panel Discussion: Making your vote count – Q&A Part 2

by Skip December 9, 2012

Continuing on with the Q & A session from yesterday’s Panel Discussion: Request to GraniteGrok: can you do some video lessons on how to do”voting stuff”? Frustration with the NH GOP Losing the vote due to the culture in the Government schools A shoutout to GovernmentOversite.com which is doing yeoman’s work on covering the Federal […]

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Blogline of the Day – just because you are elected

by Skip December 9, 2012

“being democratically elected doesn’t mean everything you do thereafter is by definition democratic“ My mind immediately filled in the next line that could have been there: “Being elected as a Republican doesn’t mean everything you do thereafter is by definition, Republican in philosophy” (H/T: Twitter via Instapundit)

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GrokTV – Panel Discussion: Making your vote count – Q&A Part 1

by Skip December 9, 2012

I have chopped up the videos of the Question and Answer period into different posts (as there were a number of topics on which there were questions).  Please note that sometimes the video title “might” not be quite accurate in that often, as these things go, the discussion of the original question quickly morphs to […]

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Government or Private: Really, which is “investment” and which is just spending?

by Skip December 9, 2012

Remember, there is a reason why the Left is redefining the language that Government no longer “spends” but “invests”.  They hate the idea that investments in the private sector can do far better than Government spending, so they (as in many other areas) try to equate the two so as to totally blur any difference […]

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King Obama ordering his minion to demand of the serf – The Imperial Presidency

by Skip December 9, 2012

(H/T: Mac)

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GrokTV – Panel Discussion: Making your vote count – The Panelists

by Skip December 9, 2012

As stated in the last post, four panelists spoke as Diane Bitter, Rye Republican Chair moderated.  Again, the panelists: Jack Thorsen (Portmouth City Coucilor andNH GOP  area vice-chair) – The 11/6/12 General Election – results of the voting process and how the counting is handled NH State Rep. Regina Birdsell – Voting Laws, who is […]

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GrokTV – Panel Discussion: The Election Process in N.H. – making your vote count

by Skip December 9, 2012

The Rye Republicans held their second set of discussions concerning the Nov 6th vote and invited to be on that panel addressing a packed room of Rye area Republicans were the following and the topics they were asked to cover: Jack Thorsen (Portmouth City Coucilor andNH GOP  area vice-chair) – The 11/6/12 General Election – […]

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If It Were Me, I’d Do What Obama Is Doing

by Scott Morales December 9, 2012

A cunning legerdemain is in the works, and, if it were me, I’d follow and do what Obama is doing. Think about the Fiscal Cliff/Sequestration for a moment. Faultless tax increases and faultless spending cuts, and, more importantly, among those spending cuts are juicy, delicious Defense cuts. This is a big spending Democrat’s wet dream. […]

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