Andy Martin

Facebook Doodling – more blithering from Andy Martin, the most experienced…

by Skip August 22, 2018

More blithering from Andy Martin who is running as a Republican in NH’s First Congressional District.  He generally thinks he’s a big deal in the races he enters but generally ends up, in real life and in the real results, as a zero.  But he’s well known by the inside-politics people and pretty much, everyone […]

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CNHT Taxpayer Family Reunion Picnic – Candidates for US Congress in CD-1

by Skip July 9, 2018

Candidates aplenty during the CNHT Picnic (“Old Home Day for Conservatives” – you ought to be there next year!) and with Carol SEIU-Porter retiring (just long enough to get that beefy US Congress retirement plan!), the seat is wide open.  Boy, is it wide open: 6 Republicans – Michael Callis, Bruce Crochetiere, Jeffory W. Denaro, Eddie […]

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Governor Hassan Should Step Down

by Steve MacDonald April 11, 2016
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In an emailed press release Andy Martin has called for Governor Hassan to step down and withdraw from the race for US Senate. GOP presidential candidate and corruption fighter Andy Martin says that New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan and her husband Tom Hassan are guilty of criminal violations of New Hampshire child abuse statutes even […]

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Well, what do you know – Andy Martin mentioned us. Is it time to swoon yet?

by Skip January 21, 2013

“You are probably wondering why I’m running for [NH GOP] state chairman. I think we could almost adopt the slogan, “Vote for Andy: No One Likes Him!” The party “Establishment” probably shudders at the mention of my name. And the right-wing, pseudo-Brit Groksters think of me as a form of fertilizer, or religious nightmare or […]

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Where I show that one can break Reagan’s 11th Commandment with impunity

by Skip January 11, 2013

Oh sure, folks have castigated the ‘Grok through the years as being “purists” with respect to “who is a good Republican” (and in our case, our “purity” comes merely from two observances: 1) do you vote in line with Constitutional values?, and 2) vote in line with the Party platform values?).  We get accused of […]

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