Monday, February 25, 2013

HB617 – Well, ONE Republican is making a big stink about raising the gas tax.

by Skip February 25, 2013

Well, I, Mike, and Steve are all over HB617,  the bill that will raise the gas tax 18 cents over the next four years – and to hammer home the point, we can thank Republicans for greasing the skids to push this through without nary a cross vote.  Well, one NH House Representative has spoken […]

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Guest Post – NH State Rep Jane Cormier “Just a FEW of the MANY Taxes We Pay…”

by Skip February 25, 2013

FEDERAL     STATE of NH       Income Tax     Property Tax:     Corporate Income Tax       Town Property   Social Security       Town School Education   Medicaid       State Education   Capital Gains       County   Marriage Tax Penalty     Inheritance […]

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And now, a word for our advertisers

by Skip February 25, 2013

Over on the Right Sidebar are a couple of folks that have chosen to advertise with us.  SonsOfEnoch.com has a bunch of “not your ordinary” type T-shirt vendor.  I know them personally (they live and work in my town), so as an “up by their bootstraps” type of operation, I offered to give them some […]

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Branding: “Nobody…seemed to consider the possibility that taxes should not go up!”

by Skip February 25, 2013

That was from Grokster Mike’s post that was riffing off of mine on my “ire” on how NH Republicans in the NH House voted to raise the gas tax via HB617 (emphasis mine): Riffing off Skip’s piece on the gas tax, I happened to walk into a thinly attended local GOP meeting last night – […]

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What are those definitions again, Democrats?

by Skip February 25, 2013

Having Government  Ownernship makes you, by definition,  Socialists.  Having Administrative control, by definition, makes you a Fascist. Really. (H/T: Liberal Logic 101)

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Democrats Always Lie About Taxes and Spending

by Steve MacDonald February 25, 2013

Democrats lie about taxes, spending, and caring about the middle class, and two opportunities to prove that have recently presented themselves. First, Nashua Democrat David Campbell, from whose progressive womb sprang the 15 cent per gallon gas tax, recently remarked in an email to Democrat party leadership that the Democrat gas tax was… …”the gift […]

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Big Money Equals Access To Obama

by Steve MacDonald February 25, 2013

It’s the Clinton Coffees and the Lincoln Bedroom writ large but with a bit more daylight.  (Who says history doth not repeat?) OFA, Organizing For A**H***s,  is stating right up front that you can buy access to the President.  Just give them a big bucket of cash and they can get you in touch with the people who run […]

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I Got Nothing (Except This)

by Steve MacDonald February 25, 2013

It has been one of those days when I have been both very busy and completely uninspired by anything that is happening in the world  (even though I now appear inspired–at least–by my lack of inspiration). It is not exactly writer’s block–how could it be I am writing–but more like bloggers block.  When you blog to blog, no pay, no […]

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Notable Quote – C.S.Lewis

by Steve MacDonald February 25, 2013

Of all tyrannies, a tyranny exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive. It may be better to live under robber barons than under omnipotent moral busybodies. The robber baron’s cruelty may sometimes sleep, his cupidity may at some point be satiated; but those who torment us for our own good […]

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Even if it Causes Americans to Suffer, Defeating Republicans is Obama’s Priority

by Don February 25, 2013

President Obama and the fawning mainstream media want you to think that the “sequester” and the harsh “sequester” cuts are being forced on him by others. These are deliberate falsehoods. The “sequester” was President Obama’s idea to pretend concern, in anticipation of his re-election campaign, for our huge deficits by agreeing to future (small, less […]

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