Yes, NH Rep Joe LaChance, you did it. The NH Advantage just died a little more as you wielded that knife

by Skip April 6, 2016

Nice to see how easy it is for the Republicans mentioned above to backslap themselves in advancing the Democrat agenda item in moving socialized medicine forward. Limited Government? Less intrusive Govt? Free Markets? Ah….nope.Just once again proving to the base that the NH GOP is really the Bipartisan Fusion Party (aka, the Jr. Lackeys of […]

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Guest Post: Dave Wheeler – NH Executive Councilor on Gov. Hassan’s “Bipartisan” outlook

by JR Hoell January 9, 2015

For immediate release. Just a few hours after touting a bipartisan leadership style in her inaugural address, Governor Maggie Hassan, at today’s Governor and Council meeting, refused to allow or even discuss a motion from Councilor Wheeler to restore elected oversight of state contracts under $25,000. Counselor Wheeler noted that “the previous Democrat controlled Council, […]

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Jeanne Shaheen The Aisle-Crossing Machine (Take 2)

by Steve MacDonald November 7, 2014
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Liberal Democrat Jeanne Shaheen sold herself as this reach across the aisle role-model, as if she had a chronic case of whatever the OCD equivalent of bipartisanship might be.  The truth was far different.  She backed president Obama’s agenda 99% of the time which makes her a good Democrat, a liar (sorry, that’s redundant), and […]

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Voting a majority of the time with Senate Democrats doesn’t make you the “Anti-Shaheen”, Scott Brown!

by Skip April 2, 2014

Funny, I don’t remember Scott Brown saying this at our meeting:  “I was the most bipartisan senator in the United States Senate.” (Scott Brown on Tuesday, March 18th, 2014 in a meeting with Republicans in Portsmouth, N.H.).  Remember these numbers: 22%, 46%, 62%. Shaheen votes 99% with the Democrats, Brown votes 62% of the time […]

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Guest post by Mike Remski: “She’s been “McCained” I’m afraid. “

by Skip November 8, 2013

(emphasis mine, Ayotte’s Letter after the jump) Senator Ayotte: Thank you for taking time to reply. A few questions, if I may: 1. Who shutdown the Government? The House sent over bills funding everything BUT discretionary spending on Obamacare. Senator Reid refused to bring any of them to the floor. What did you do to […]

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US Senator Kelly Ayotte – “Our Republican”?

by Skip June 27, 2013

National Review: Fourteen Republicans joined every Democrat in support of the bill: Lamar Alexander (Tenn.), Kelly Ayotte (N.H.), Jeff Chiesa (N.J.), Susan Collins (Maine), Bob Corker (Tenn.), Jeff Flake (Ariz.), Lindsey Graham (S.C.), Orrin Hatch (Utah), Dean Heller (Nev.), John Hoeven (N.D., Mark Kirk (Ill.), John McCain (Ariz.), Lisa Murkowski (Alaska), and Marco Rubio (Fla.). […]

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Blogline of the Day: “Please save us from bipartisan gangs”

by Skip June 23, 2013

It’s true, we have a two-party system in America: The Evil Party, and the Stupid Party. And every once and a while the Evil Party and the Stupid Party get together to pass something really evil and stupid. That’s called “bipartisanship.” It would seem the perfect description of the Gang of Eight and immigration reform. […]

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“Remember When Ray Buckley Handed Craig Benson a Person of the Year Award”

by Steve MacDonald January 14, 2013

Bipartisanship: When a Democrat lets a Republican do something no Democrat would ever do in Return. Candidate for NH-GOP Chairman Jennifer Horn is slated to hand (now ex) Governor John Lynch the Salvation Army’s Person of the Year Award in February.  If she is elected to the position she will be giving the award–to a […]

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