Buckles the Clown

“Timmuh” Apologizes

by Rick Olson February 2, 2013

“In the case of the Japanese, they usually commit suicide before they make any apology.” —Senator Chuck Grassley  Timmy apologized today. Well, sort of…eh…not really. I mean, I don’t really think he meant it. First, Tim, “Mother Hubbard” Horrigan told the Union Leader,  Its the Republicans Fault:  “the Republicans have been a little bit hypocritical about the gun […]

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Raymond Buckley on ‘Assault Weapons’

by Rick Olson January 27, 2013

Making eye contact with adults while dressed as a clown is risky. —Doug Coupland  Awesome. You just cannot make this stuff up. A hat-tip goes to the Union Leader’s Tim Buckland for getting this quote from State Democratic Party Chairman Ray Buckley. When asked, “What is an assualt weapon, Ray said: “It’s generally a gun that’s more […]

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Ray Buckley’s Punchlines on Voter ID

by Rick Olson January 18, 2012

This morning’s Union Leader features State Democratic Chairman Raymond Buckley calling for “bipartisan support” for prosecuting those who used the names of dead Granite Staters to receive ballots during the presidential primary. Not at all surprising. In fact, many have wondered how long it would be before we heard from “Buckles the Clown” regarding the ongoing […]

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Ray Buckley and his faux Mea Culpa

by Rick Olson August 31, 2011

“Hypocrisy is great fodder for comedy.” ~Mo Rocca  The New Hampshire Democratic Party agreed to pony up  a $5,000 fine upon a finding of the Attorney General that the Democrats violated state law regarding its delivery of pre-recorded political message to 394 homes, presumably Republican, in House Speaker Bill O’Brien’s district on the eve of […]

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Throwing Fellow Democrats Under The Bus

by Rick Olson May 12, 2011

“Why do Republicans want to turn New Hampshire into Mississippi?–Ray Buckley, New Hampshire Democratic Party Chair  In the Union Leader today, Democratic Chair Ray Buckley opined for State House Bureau Chief Tom Fahey, in a story entitled, “As promised, Lynch vetoes right-to-work”  And as usual, Ray had me scratching my head and chuckling.  In Defense […]

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