Pandering

Notice that NH State Senator Chuck Morse can’t even bring himself to say what he is doing?

by Skip February 9, 2014

Two simple words that would have given a very clear message as to what this Republican is doing – can you catch what those two words are? (H/T: RLCNH) OK, if you missed them, here’s the transcript that I just did (and you really want to read the commentary too): 

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Senator Nancy Stiles – “It’s not like it’s dead yet.

by Susan Olsen November 23, 2013

She didn’t vote against Medicaid Expansion in NH, she just hasn’t figured out how to divvy up the dough yet…. ‘It’s not like it’s dead yet.”

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Republican Gerbils and Amnesty

by Susan Olsen August 9, 2013

This would be funny if it weren’t so terribly true.  Via Ace: “…they are determined to do this. It’s like I say about gerbils. Gerbils will always get out of their cages because all they do is plot 14 hours per day how to get out of the cage. They have no other thoughts. They […]

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If Ann Kuster Wants to Be Startling, Maybe Instead of Pandering She Should Try This…

by Steve MacDonald July 17, 2013

Congressperson Carol Shea-Kuster, Ann McLane Porter, Annie “Grabbed your Camera Kuster”… I’ll just go back to calling her McKluster, posed for a picture (no I do not believe she snatched the camera away or said F.You to the photographer) which she has reportedly had posted on her facebook page.   (Concord Monitor Lizard) Most of the […]

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Gratuitous Liberal Cowardice

by Rick Olson March 25, 2013

“Heckling is an act of cowardice. If you want to speak, get up in front of the microphone and speak, don’t sit in the dark hiding. It’s easy to hide and shout and waste people’s time.”    —Billy Connolly Ben Sarro, morning host of WNTK FM 99.7 related to me an anonymous e-mail he received […]

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CT State Officials: Only Handguns Were Used in Newtown

by Rick Olson January 24, 2013

“History is a set of lies agreed upon.” —Napoleon Bonaparte NO AR-15, WAS USED IN THE NEWTOWN MASSACRE,  CT Officials are now reporting. Adam Lanza weeks earlier attempted to purchase a rifle but was turned away, however in the background check.  Fact is, Lanza  did kill his Mother to steal her rifle. There were initial reports, […]

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Shrill

by Rick Olson December 23, 2012

   “While Obama, the olive-branch poseur, has called for a restoration of ‘civility’ in Washington and liberal elites whine and whinny about the need for ‘no labels,’ class-warfare demagoguery has metastasized unchecked…”    —Michelle Malkin  Shrill. The word of this week. Instead of a movie theater or university campus, the Massacre was visited upon a […]

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I Aint No Ways Tired – (Obama Edition)

by Steve MacDonald October 3, 2012

Obama, the not-post partisan, not post-racial, southern accent pandering, division broadening, buddy-buddy with Reverend Wright, race war starting candidate from 2007. Link to Daily Caller posted video Transcript link of prepared remarks lifted from Hot Air.

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The Gay Marriage Report Card

by Rick Olson September 4, 2012

“I think that gay marriage should be between a man and a woman.” —Arnold Schwarzenegger Roughly Sixty days out from national elections means people are beginning to take notice of what the politicians are saying about a whole host of issues fiscal and social. Chief among issues is the hot button of gay marriage.  Presently, if […]

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Obama Immigration Policy, Sans Consequences?

by Rick Olson June 18, 2012

“Amnesty is a big billboard, a flashing billboard, to the rest of the world that we don’t really mean our immigration law.”  —Richard Lamm One of the realities of life is having consequences  arising from the choices of others. Sad, but true. Except of course if you are an “illegal alien.” “Undocumented Immigrants” as liberals […]

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The Concord Monitor’s Integrity Deficit

by Rick Olson February 13, 2012

“I can only assume that your editorial writer tripped over the First Amendment and thought it was the office cat.” —E. B. White On Thursday February 9, the Concord Monitor ran an opinion column written by Dan Williams regarding several pieces of Legislation pending in Concord affecting Hunting, Fishing and Trapping.  Aside from writing for […]

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Gay Weddings Debated. Why?

by Rick Olson January 27, 2012

There’s nothing wrong with being gay. I have plenty of friends who are going to hell. —Stephen Colbert HB 1264, sponsored by Representatives Jerry Bergevin of Manchester and Frank Sapareto of Derry met with a firestorm of opposition from the Gay Community along with religious and civil rights groups mouthpieces. The Union Leader intriguingly, made this […]

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The Shrill Kathy on Political Weirdness

by Rick Olson January 5, 2012

” The wise are instructed by reason, average minds by experience, the stupid by necessity and the brute by instinct.” —Marcus Tullius Cicero The Union Leader has given Ink to the Shrill Kathy Sullivan for yet another inane senseless rant. I told my friend Steve Vaillancourt it might be a New Year’s Resolution to simply ignore her. But […]

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New Hampshire Wire Tap Laws and the Wheedling Legislature

by Rick Olson December 30, 2011

“All men profess honesty as long as they can. To believe all men honest would be folly. To believe none so is something worse.” —John Quincy Adams Yesterday, a Union Leader Editorial featured commentary about the flaws of New Hampshire’s Wire Tapping and Eavesdropping laws currently in place. The commentary came on the heels of […]

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Romney Disagrees With Gingrich on Child Labor…Surprised?

by Rick Olson December 6, 2011

“A charlatan makes obscure what is clear; a thinker makes clear what is obscure.” — Hugh Kingsmill Last month, while speaking at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, presidential candidate New Gingrich drew the hue and cry of liberals everywhere when he suggested that children can learn the value of a […]

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Proud of President Obama

by Don October 4, 2011

I would have been prouder still of President Obama if he didn’t use our soldiers as political pawns. Because the Democrat controlled Senate has refused to pass a budget for more than two years, government funding is being authorized by continuing resolutions. When Republicans tried to rein in President Obama’s irresponsible spending demands, President Obama threatened a government shutdown and the withholding of salary, disability and death benefits, and other payments to our soldiers, even those in combat with dependent families.
I guess soldiers shouldn’t feel singled out since President Obama also threatened to have social security payments withheld. Apparently payments for foreign aid, bureaucrats, subsidies, bailouts, pork barrel spending, and President Obama’s travel, etc., are all higher priority to President Obama than paying our soldiers and seniors.

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The Red Herring Of Granite State Gambling

by Rick Olson October 4, 2011

“I don’t gamble, because winning a hundred dollars doesn’t give me great pleasure. But losing a hundred dollars pisses me off.” — Alex Trebek  Back in the early 90′s while attending college at night, I took an elective course called Public Policy. At that time, I was a staunch advocate for expanded gaming in the […]

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HOUSE JOINS SENATE, OVERRIDES SENATE BILL 88 VETO

by Rick Olson September 14, 2011

“A moment’s reflection shows that Liberalism is entirely negative. It is not a formative force, but always and only a disintegrating force.” —Francis Parker Yockey The House voted today to override the Governors’ veto of Senate Bill 88 on the heels of the Senate voting to override last week. The vote was 251 to 111. […]

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Left Wing Hyporcisy Must Die!

by Steve MacDonald September 7, 2011

Closer to home we could have the New Hampshire Democrat Party Must Die. (I know for a fact they’ll never seriously object to the current game and as such the entire state party must be responsible for failing to do so until they all denounce it–their rules.) Terie Norelli, Sylvia Larsen, John Lynch, and Kathy Sullivan, all gore covered, relentless, brain eating, mindless …actually wait.

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Clarity and Collective Bargaining?

by Rick Olson April 25, 2011

Continue reading, “Clarity and Collective Bargaining?

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