2016 Presidential Campaign

Political Lessons in the Granite State

by Jane Cormier March 25, 2015

It has begun.  Presidential candidates are flooding our state in hopes of bringing their message forth for 2016.  Vetting these candidates can be a daunting task.  It is true that politics can be a trying thing. I myself awoke to the political world here in New Hampshire about four years ago.  When I saw the […]

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Where have we heard this before?

by Skip March 17, 2015

(H/T: Powerline)

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Too funny (and too sad): The Clintonian “I did not…”

by Skip March 11, 2015

Very Clintonian! (H/T: RedState)

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Blogline of the Day – Clintonian

by Skip March 10, 2015

HILLARY: CARRYING TWO PHONES WAS TOUGH, SO I JEOPARDIZED NATIONAL SECURITY AND EVADED TRANSPARENCY LAWS It’s always about the Clintons….and maybe she’d had an “accomplishment” if she had used two? (H/T: Big Government)

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Marco Rubio Town Hall Meeting
Hollis, NH, Feb 23rd

by Mike March 1, 2015

Marco Rubio may or may not be your perfect candidate for 2016, but he gives a great speech, from the heart, and clearly loves this country – we could do much worse than him: Pledge of Allegiance and Introduction           Q+A Session with Democrat plants(!)

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Benghazi: What Difference At This Point Does It Make?? Hillary may soon find out

by Skip February 27, 2015

Uh-oh, this is going to leave a mark.  Carly Fiorona keeps asking “What is Hillary’s main achievement?” – and it may be “A Big Whopper with a straight face”: Hillary Clinton’s Top Aides Knew from First Minutes that Benghazi Was a Terrorist Attack, E-mails Disclose From the very first moments of the terrorist attack on […]

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The Proper Role of Government – for who?

by Skip February 18, 2015

I generally watch the Sunday talking head shows – it’s a good bet that someone will say something either stupid, controversial, or revealing.  This from former Labor Secretary Robert Reich said the following back on the 1/11 This Week (yeah, forgot about this one) concerning Elizabeth Warren and whether she would be the Democrat’s Progressives Prez […]

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Irrelevant – Larry Lessig & NH Rebellion. Hillary Clinton says so

by Skip January 22, 2015

REMEMBER WHEN MONEY IN POLITICS WAS BAD? ME NEITHER: The Hill: Hillary Clinton plans to astound, intimidate with fundraising ‘like nothing you’ve seen.’ Major donors are ready to announce huge financial commitments to Hillary Clinton as soon as she announces a second run for the White House, according to Clinton allies and Democratic fundraisers. The Clinton […]

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BlogLine of the Day: Obama silencing General David Petraeus, America’s best modern general

by Skip January 12, 2015

THE DEFINITIVE TAKE ON THE PETRAEUS CASE: “Guy who helped win war in Iraq to be prosecuted by man who lost it.” Or, at the least, keep him off the Republican Prez ticket (rumors swirling as a Veep). So what if Obama and Holder continue to ruin a reputation if they get a win in the […]

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So, you want to elect a Racist to be President? Apparently, Hillary Clinton fits the bill

by Skip January 1, 2015

After all, if you are all out praising a Racist for what she’s done, how is that any different for Hillary and Sanger than what we are seeing with the current Scalise and the kerfuffle on speaking at a white supremacist group (or not, as the case is turning out to be), why can’t we […]

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Erstwhile 2016 Democrat Prez Candidate thanks Establishment Republicans for doing Democrats’ dirty work

by Skip July 18, 2014

Irony; Hillary Clinton thanks the Jr. Partners of the Democrat Party for doing the Democrats’ dirty work.  She knows EXACTLY – and GOP Establishment wing of the GOP can’t deny it as they made big deals of what they were going to do to Conservative and TEA Party candidates.  And more than a few cases […]

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Even THESE Lefty talking heads don’t know what Hillary’s done

by Skip April 14, 2014

Sorry, but putting up with Bill’s philandering doesn’t make one a Presidential quality candidate.  Either does being an activist First Lady.  Haven’t heard of her singular accomplishments as a US Senator after she just “dropped into” New York either (although I have heard she was a hard worker – but I couldn’t tell you what […]

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Yeah, she is bossy…

by Skip March 13, 2014

Steve had it first so I figured that this might help the meme out: (H/T: Powerline) After all, how much more bossy can you get as she showed an absolute total lack of respect for small business owners that knew that HillaryCare would put them out of business: ‘I can’t be responsible for every under-capitalized […]

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Given the results of the Republican “adults” (Ford, Dole, McCain, Rommney), could these two do much worse?

by Skip December 21, 2013

At least we already know where these folks stand on the issues, have nary a care that they’d go DC, the debates would be a hoot, and besides: It would be rather entertaining, yes? (H/T: Looking Spoon)

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Answering the question that WMUR’s Pindell asks – Part II

by Skip August 9, 2013

Heh!  This one’s easy (again from today’sWMUR  Political Standing: Remember when then-NHGOP chair Fergus Cullen pulled the party’s sponsorship of a 2008 Fox News presidential debate and the candidates showed up anyway? (Well, minus Ron Paul who wasn’t invited.) Not really, but the better question is:  “They didn’t pay attention to him then – has […]

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Is James Pindell calling Andy Leach the Second Coming of this guy?

by Skip December 1, 2012

Andy Leach: Andy continues to establish himself as Kelly Ayotte’s enforcer and the muscle behind her political machine. His behind the scenes moves this week dramatically shaped the chairmanship race more than most people realize. Andy’s work doesn’t always earn him friends (see the Grok post), but he’s quickly becoming the most effective person at […]

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