NH GOP RINO’s, State Representative Stella Tremblay, and the Destructive Democrats….

by Tim Condon

Stella Tremblay: In error, but better than any Democrat

Stella Tremblay: Maybe in error, but still better than any Democrat….

High-level NH RINO’s (“Republicans In Name Only”) are at it again: Jennifer Horn, Gene Chandler, Steve Duprey, and Fergus Cullen are all in a tizzy over state Rep. Stella Tremblay’s recent thoughts on whether the Boston bombing might have elements of an “inside job.” In the Union Leader today, Cullen called Rep. Tremblay “delusional.” Well, whatever error in judgment she may be making, it is less egregious than “Republican leaders” who go out of their way to publicly attack a sitting Republican member of the State House. Here’s what I said today in response to a Union Leader article about it:

Well that’s interesting. To these stalwart Republicans it apparently is not “delusional” to run up TRILLION dollar deficits every year, constantly work to increase taxes, advocate unlimited printing of money by the Federal Reserve, engage in a high-level cover-up that has a UN ambassador obviously lie about Benghazi, appoint self-described communists to federal government positions, advocate “getting in the face” of Americans who disagree with you, kill people at will with drone strikes all over the world, involve America militarily in Libya without even talking to Congress, support partial-birth abortion, go on repeated multi-million dollar “vacations” while national unemployment stays high, use heartbroken parents of murdered children as political props to get what you want, and fight to “fundamentally change America” into a failed European-style welfare state…well, shame on Stella Tremblay. In the face of Democrats who support “all of the above,” tell us again who is “delusional.” Rep. Tremblay may be in error in her thoughts about the Boston bombings, but unlike members of the Democrat party, she’s not actively hostile to the American middle class, the U.S. Constitution, and the economic well-being of the entire nation.

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  • nhsteve

    And not just that Tim, where are they on things that might actually matter to residents. Why isn’t Fergus asking questions about the Democrat AstroTurf campaign funded by Bloomberg on background checks?

    Why isn’t he calling Democrat Carol Shea-Porter to task for claiming we need checks on gun shows and internet sales when New Hampshire already has these checks in place?

    Where is the probing investigation into how legislation that could end up taxing well water and septic owners for municipal services they can’t access or don’t use?

    More than half of New Hampshire Democrats are ga-ga over Hillary and yet she’s been caught lying repeatedly–in-front the caskets of the dead–to cover up her complicity in their deaths.

    And why is Fergus resurrecting the story on Stella Tremblay, who votes the party platform 95% of the time (The REPUBLICAN PARTY PLATFORM), unless he has been instructed to by an Establishment that has already run away and even cut her off?

    Fergus the so-called Republican just gave this story another week’s worth of legs, a story with aspects that could have just as easily been turned around and used against the Democrats instead from day one.

    I am trying to be forgiving but I can’t seem to find anyone in or with an attachment to NH-GOP leadership who isn’t using their head to store doorknobs.

  • Sam Adams

    I would say Stella is 100% correct in her statements, and would have her for my neighbor and friend and Representative any day.

  • jd

    Excellent, Tim! EXCELLENT!! I totally agree.

  • Chris P. Bacon

    As you know Steve, i mostly just troll the interwebs for laughs (which is not as easy to do without c dog), and i am media free (except for here, TH, and now Grist) and apolitical, but one thing that confuses me about you Groksters is a seeming lack of unity. You know, like the black panthers or somfin. I mean, i get the message that liberals/democRATS are evil and that, but it seems like many of you think half the republicants are too. Help me undastand.

    cpb-just wants to be on the whinning team.

    • granitegrok

      Yes, most of us are registered Republicans. Heck, we’re NH GOP State Committee members too (mostly). But that’s only because we see the Republican philosophy matching our own far better than any other Party, especially here in NH. The primary thing for us is NOT just to get people with an R next to their name – that philosophy of “just win” is more the “Establishment Republicans” outlook.

      Us? Winning is important but not the end game it seems to be for most of the R Party. For us, winning is but a mere precursor – necessary but the important question comes after the winning – “what do you do NOW that you won?”

      For us, the answer is simple – actions in accordance to the Platform secondarily (altho the NH GOP platform is a pretty conservative one) and the NH & US Constitutions primarily. With those as the “standard of quality” measurements, look around for patterns.

      That which falls out of a limited government second, citizens first pattern, get rid of. Ditto if something is not within the enumerated powers of Govt. Minimize that space formerly filled by “Civil Society” that has been encroached upon by greedy politicians pushing to have Government make most (if not all) of our life’s decisions and return Civil Society back to it much larger arena of importance. Reduce the reach and intrusiveness of Government – and decompress the Rights (AND obligations!) and decision points by Citizens that, too, were abrogated by an overreaching Government..

      That help?

      • Chris P. Bacon

        Yes. Not really.

        • granitegrok

          If you would be so kind as to further elaborate on both, I would try hard to answer both – as I know that there are always words swirling around in my nogging that “I take for granted” OR “wait a sec, lemme get these other words typed” and then they fade away before being utilized.

          • Chris P. Bacon

            i don’t know Sir. As you know i am not political. I certainly see a use to get involved on a local level, but i never live anywhere long enough for me to do that. On a national level the entire thing is a scam, so what’s the point?

            I lean left on about 50% of the issues and right on 50. I have many friends from both side of the isle and can hang out with anyone and as you know i visit web sites that occupy complete opposite ends of the spectrum.

            Having said all that, and this is not meant as judgemental or condescending or any other word i have a hard time spelling…it is just an observation i am making based on my 47 years and half the world travels…..you are a dying breed. I mean literally. I don’t know what can be done about it, but the right is shrinking in the US. It’s all but dissappeared in much of the world except the middle east which would consider the far right in the US to be liberal.

            I hate to say it, and even hate to see it, as i think a balance is struck when their are two opposing ends to the magnet.

            I know nothing about pokitics really, but if i were in charge of the GOP i would tighten up a little on core principals like small government, strong defense (which of course is big government), low taxes. Loosen up on people a little, and the need to control others behaviour. Nobody likes to be told they are immoral and wrong and that God hates them.

            Just what i see. But hey, wether it’s true or not, if it’s all part of God’s plan, then what is happening is exactly what he wants to happen, so there really isn’t much to get excited about….it will all be over soon.

            cpb- just sayin’

            ps I’ve started putting peperonni on my cheeseburgers….do u think this is wrong?

  • joeybot

    If people don’t agree 100% with everything I think, they’re a RINO! There’s only black and white!

    Are you a patriot or a TRAITOR?

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