Greg Carson

Runs like a Deere….no thanks to a sniveling Lowe’s

by Skip December 30, 2012

I still miss the ole’ Suburban.  What’s not to like about a land yacht that had a really nice comfy bench seat in the front where TMEW would sit right next to me, a long wheel base to smooth out the bumps, 4wd to take care of the ravine that one must pass to get […]

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GrokTV – Panel Discussion: Making your vote count – Q&A Part 2

by Skip December 9, 2012

Continuing on with the Q & A session from yesterday’s Panel Discussion: Request to GraniteGrok: can you do some video lessons on how to do”voting stuff”? Frustration with the NH GOP Losing the vote due to the culture in the Government schools A shoutout to GovernmentOversite.com which is doing yeoman’s work on covering the Federal […]

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Facebook Doodlings – So, Greg Carson, Secretary of the NH GOP is demanding “unity” – An interlude with Bill Whittle

by Skip November 22, 2012

I have to admit – Facebook has nothing to do with this post – but the topic of this post does have much with the philosophy of that Part I post.  That said, let me allow Gntp NH from that FB thread set the stage for this absolutely spot on calling out of the Republican […]

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Facebook Doodlings – So, Greg Carson, Secretary of the NH GOP is demanding “unity” – Part I?

by Skip November 19, 2012

And yes, once again, I decide to weigh in.  His opening remark – well, I can’t quote it from FB because he decided to take himself out of the thread and erased all traces of himself, but it started with someone asking the simple question of “Who for Republican Minority Leader in the NH House?”. […]

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Greg Carson For Republican Secretary

by Steve MacDonald January 21, 2011

Greg Carson has a very impressive resume, one which makes him more than qualified to serve as the Republican Party Secretary. He has already served several years as the assistant secretary, the job I endorsed Pam Manney for yesterday.

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