July 2013

And so it begins: Government declares that sexual orientation trumps the First Amendment

by Skip July 31, 2013

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances. And in this case, that would be the Freedom of […]

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Notable Quote – Ted Cruz

by Skip July 31, 2013

According to federal agency estimates, Obamacare will add paperwork burdens totaling nearly 190 million hours or more every year. And, Mr. President, to put that in perspective, Mount Rushmore, which took 14 years to build, could be constructed 1,547 times with the paperwork Obamacare requires in one year. – Ted Cruz (US Senator, R-TX) Taxed […]

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Data Point – IRS DID discriminate more against Conservatives than Progressives

by Skip July 31, 2013

When NPR (really – NPR??) says that Conservatives were targeted by the IRS, will Progressives finally stop squeaking “me too!  me too!)? Love that last stat: ALL of the Progressive groups were approved – only 46% of the Conservative groups were.  And there were 7 times the number of TEA Party types in the mix […]

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Survey Says – Maggie Hassan and NH/OFA Democrats On The Wrong Side Of Voter ID In New Hampshire

by Steve MacDonald July 31, 2013

Democrats are a minority of political and cultural opinion but they control education, media, and entertainment so they sound big.  They are loud as well, angry bullies to anyone who dare oppose them, so most people just keep their heads down which is what they want.  The less you want to know the better it […]

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Notice Something Odd About the Patrons at Martha’s Motel?

by Steve MacDonald July 31, 2013

Isn’t there a running joke that all serial killers go by or are presented with three names?  Does that apply to vote stealing helicopter OFA voters as well?  Not people, liberty, though progressive polices are like a slow form of murder I suppose, slavery at the very least. Well, here’s the list of out of […]

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Palate Cleanser- Bear Does Harlem Shake

by Steve MacDonald July 31, 2013

Twenty-four seconds.  It goes by so fast.

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John DiStaso – Investigative Reporter?

by Steve MacDonald July 31, 2013

John DiStaso highlighted Republican Neal Kurk this week, whose daughter travels back and forth from Hawaii but votes in New Hampshire.  There seems to be some effort on DiStaso’s part to suggest that this is inappropriate.  It might be, except for one thing.  When asked to do so Neal Kurk’s daughter can present her current […]

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As Gas Prices Reach Toward $4.00/ Gallon

by Steve MacDonald July 31, 2013

If you recall, a few years back, while Democrats had complete control of congress, and when gas prices were rising but lower than they are now, Democrats in New Hampshire were tripping over each other to blame Republicans and to claim that energy companies were getting rich on the backs of working families. Even the […]

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92% Of NH Democrats Will Not Run for Office on Expanded Background Checks

by Steve MacDonald July 31, 2013

While doing some research on another OFA ‘voter’ in New Hampshire, one Katrian Lipniski (see also Katrina Lipinski de Orlov), I came across a picture in her twit pic ‘album’ of OFA activist Jess Steever holding a super-sized New Hampshire ‘Jess Steevers’ drivers license in front of the state house in Concord.  Note to Katrina–nice […]

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Don’t Forget About Paolo!

by Steve MacDonald July 31, 2013

With all this talk about Martha’s No-Tell Motel, and while we simmer a few more OFA out of state voter-sausages on the back burner, let us not forget this winsome harbinger of vote stealing doom, Nashua Democrat Cindy Rosenwald. She has repeatedly housed a professional Democrat Campaign lackey by the name of Paolo Cozzi at […]

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Data Point – State Highway Performance ranking

by Skip July 30, 2013

NH?  Not so shabby for all of the squabbling we hear from Democrats this legislation session – NH in 2009 was 18th best (Full rankings after the jump). My Thoughts?  If NH Bridges were in as bad repair as the Democrats say they are, if they were such the high priority they screamed they were, […]

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If doctors are already not taking Medicare patients, will they opt out of Obamacare?

by Skip July 30, 2013

Or is that the reason why Obamacare was structured the way it was – political and policy decisions that effectively force doctors to sell out their practices to hospitals, and for hospitals to merge with others simply to better scale up to deal with lowered payments?  Why would this be happening?  Simply the penchant of […]

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Notable Quote – Margaret Thatcher

by Skip July 30, 2013

Given my Email Doodlings to the NRCC, I thought that this quote from The American Spectator from her book Downing Street Years was timely (emphasis mine): There was, of course, a more profound and general divide between us. For all his virtues, Jim Prior was an example of a political type that had dominated and, in […]

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Data Point – the cost of Renewable Energy

by Skip July 30, 2013

An abstraction from the Wall Street Journal (via Junk Science): Wind and solar make up 3.5% of America’s electrical generation Denmark gets 30% of its electrical generation from wind Germany gets 12% of its electrical generation from wind and solar Germany has used used $250 Billion to deploy to 12% By 2020: Denmark wishes to […]

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Email Doodlings – with the NRCC

by Skip July 30, 2013

Yeah, I’m on pretty much on a lot of the Republican email list of import.  No, not all, but I seemingly end up on lots of them.  Including the NRCC – the National Republican Congressional Committee (tasked with protecting incumbents electorally and those new R candidates who have earned their stamp of approval)  which is […]

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A Question for Martha Fuller Clark- Why?

by Steve MacDonald July 30, 2013

Yesterday I posted a statement by the Democrat State Senator, Martha Fuller Clark, in which she claimed that Andrea Riccio had not lived in or voted here since 2008.  This is a curious admission to make.  The year 2008 comes before 2010 by which the voter rolls would have been purged of people who were […]

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Concord Police Chief John Duval – seeing terrorists around every blade of grass?

by Skip July 30, 2013

Radley Balko has a new book, Rise of the Warrior Cop, out after years of reporting on “police acting badly” (especially SWAT teams) concerning the militarization of police forces.  Armored up, weaponed up, techniques that rival some elite military groups.  Look, there IS a need for SWAT teams, and yes, it is dangerous,  but when […]

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Agenda 21 – Any Way You Spell It

by Mike July 29, 2013

Next month, Mar-Mar and I are attending a niece’s wedding in the small Sussex town of Lewes. Located near the south coast of England, and nestled against the South Downs (hills), Lewes is rich in history and surrounded by picturesque villages and rolling farmland. I looked up the town hall, and was amazed when the […]

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Notable Quote – Alan Colmes

by Skip July 29, 2013

I never thought I’d be quoting Colmes, but here, the “old fashioned liberal” showed up concerning when a black says something that a conservative could agree with and then gets called an “Uncle Tom” by almost every other Liberal or Progressive. I’d like to build on what you just said and also what I said […]

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Not that we didn’t think otherwise of journalists…

by Skip July 29, 2013

When I put up these two posts, I forgot about this 2007 post about Bob Filner, Democrat Mayor of San Diego: WJLA.com is reporting that California Rep. Bob Filner is facing an assault and battery charge after an incident at Dulles Airport where he allegedly pushed an United Airlines bag claim employee… . [snip] . Filner, […]

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Jeanne Shaheen’s “Republicans for Shaheen” Debbie Romano – Vote Fraudster

by Skip July 29, 2013

Grokster Steve has now introduced us to the first Republican caught in the ever-widening Voter Fraud net that has been cast: Debbie Romano.  I am glad he did as we don’t care what Party these vote thieves are from; Democrat, Republican, TEA Party, Libertarian Party, or independent.  Indeed, I watched as uber-Progressive Zandra Rice-Hawkins from Granite […]

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SYG

by Steve MacDonald July 29, 2013

I keep hearing folks talk about how the Zimmerman case is not, nor never was about stand your ground.  The case wasn’t but that had nothing to do with why there even was a case, or a trial, or why we all know who these two people are, or why Democrats rose up to mewl […]

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GrokTALK! July 27th, 2013

by Steve MacDonald July 29, 2013

This week on GrokTalk!… Skip, Mike and Steve open the program with who in Maryland District 8 might be interested in knowing about how much taxpayer money Democrat Congressman Chris Van Hollen paid a DC resident staffer to “live” in Martha Fuller Clark’s House so she could vote in New Hampshire.  We also cover defunding […]

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Post Birth Abortion From A Joke To Petition

by Scott Morales July 29, 2013

Note: I wrote this on Friday and found myself w/out a connection and unable to get back to it until now.  So, hopefully it’s not too out of date. Now and then the surprising and sharp scent of the past curls into my conscious and scraps up an unexpected memory from a dormant and distant […]

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Republican Vote Stealer?

by Steve MacDonald July 29, 2013

I’ve said all along that I’m not partial or biased when it comes to helicopter voters in New Hampshire.  So here you go. Registered Republican Debbie Romano, voted from 120 Pine Hill Rd, in Nashua in 2008, but also has a more permanent residence on Summer Street in Rowley MA.  No Debbie Romano pops in […]

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A Rose by Many Other Names Would Still Steal Your Vote in NH.

by Steve MacDonald July 29, 2013

I have a great idea for a public relations campaign for the Granite State.  It goes something like this. “I live in Massachusetts, but I vote in New Hampshire!” “I live in Washington DC, but I vote in New Hampshire.” “I live in (Insert name of other state here), but I vote in New Hampshire!” […]

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Just So We’re Clear…You Admit She Hasn’t Lived Here For Years…

by Steve MacDonald July 29, 2013

Just so we’re clear… “[Andrea] Riccio, explained Fuller Clark, was her 2008 campaign manager, moved to Washington, D.C. in 2009, and has not lived in New Hampshire, or voted in the state, since then.” -Seacoast Online But she “lived here” long enough in 2012 to vote in New Hampshire, while on the payroll of a […]

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A response from Jim Rubens to Don’s “Jim Rubens, possible Candidate for US Senate, at PBVRC Dinner”

by Skip July 28, 2013

Heh!  We Groksters can pop up almost anywhere and at anytime and Grokster Don was at the PBVRC event (unbeknownest to Jim). Since Jim was on GrokTALK! yesterday, and with the Pemi-Baker talk as well, it seems that Jim would like some “clarification time” – we can do that!  Here is his first attempt in […]

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“Martha’s Motel” Auxilliary at Dartmouth College? A missive from the past: “Records Reveal Possible Voter Fraud”

by Skip July 28, 2013

From the files of CNHT – the organization that has been laboring in the vineyard of Voter Fraud for decades as it has been toiling on behalf of local taxpayer organizations all of over the State of NH.    For those that say that there is no voter fraud, here is a report from Dartmouth back […]

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Whistling Past The Graveyard – Obama’s “Phony Scandals”

by Mike July 28, 2013

  Meanwhile, over at Breitbart.com: Palin Blasts ‘Cowardly’ Obama for Calling Admin’s Scandals ‘Phony’ “Americans are smarter than the lamestream media give them credit,” Palin said, noting regular Americans are figuring out the “hypocrisies” and “lies” coming from the Obama administration by doing their own homework.

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