Plain Stupidity

Five Guys Amnesty And Lies – A Tale of NHGOP Chairman and So-Called Immigration Reform – Part 2

by Skip June 13, 2013

“I only bring it up because it frames the context of the authors.  Are they delusional or deceptive?“ I’d go with “deliberately stupid” because like the Gang of Eight Republicans, they believe that simply having an “R” next to your nameplate while working in DC automatically makes you a member of the Smart People Club.  […]

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The Shrill Kathy On Fame And Infamy

by Rick Olson March 19, 2013

“Let your family, staff, and friends know that you’re still the same person, despite all the publicity and notoriety that accompanies your position.” —Donald Rumsfeld  Kathy Sullivan, in an opposite editorial yesterday asked in the Union Leader, “Is Bill O’Brien really better known than Franklin Pierce? Naturally, this was yet another hit piece on Bill […]

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Gabby Giffords Husband Buys An AR-15…NOT!

by Rick Olson March 13, 2013

“A word to the wise ain’t necessary – it’s the stupid ones that need the advice.”  —Bill Cosby On 9 March, Breitbart’s AWR Hawkins reported that Former Astronaut and Congressman Giffords husband Mark Kelly, “purchased” an AR-15 and subsequently announced on his Facebook page that he was not going to keep the AR-15, which he has […]

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Women In Combat

by Rick Olson January 24, 2013

“Fools rush in where angels fear to tread.” — Alexander Pope In the  Union Leader today, and article entitled, “NH Women react to end of ban on combat.” The UL article starts out, “Combat veteran Nancy Young of Auburn was thrilled to hear other women will get the chance to serve on the front lines in the […]

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LA Gun Buy-Back Yields Rocket Launchers!

by Rick Olson January 5, 2013

“There is more stupidity than hydrogen in the universe, and it has a longer shelf life.” —Frank Zappa Yeah! not so much…Forgive my side-splitting laughter, but this is one of those, “gotcha moments” when the Lame Stream Liberal Hoplophobic Media gets sucked right in and then, “Punked.”…But one guy is not laughing because back in the hood, a […]

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The Shrill Kathy And The Birthers

by Rick Olson November 29, 2011

“We are all born ignorant, but one must work hard to remain stupid.” —Benjamin Franklin Kathy Sullivan is not only dishonest, but she is also a rank charlatan. The Shrill Kathy is the epitome of moral bankruptcy when it comes to New Hampshire politics.  In the UL today she quips, Why does Speaker O’Brien not […]

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THE ROAD TO HELL

by Rick Olson October 26, 2011

“The only reason people get lost in thought is because it’s unfamiliar territory.” —Paul Fix In July of 2009, West park Florida in Broward County named its’ first street for President Barack Obama. After Obama was inaugurated, West Park Commissioners voted to rename Southwest 40th Avenue in his honor.  West park City Commissioner Tommy Dorsett […]

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The Shrill Kathy Spins the Early Primary Notion

by Rick Olson October 19, 2011

“I think it’s your own choice if you turn from an angry young man to a bitter, old bastard.” —Billie Joe Armstrong In yet another Cacophonous rant from the “Shrill Kathy” The Union Leader gave her space and ink yesterday to tell readers “why” a December primary will benefit Democrats and hurt Republicans. But, the […]

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OCCUPY WALL STREET FOR DUMMIES

by Rick Olson October 18, 2011

“In hindsight it may even seem inevitable that a socialist society will starve when it runs out of capitalists.”  —Larry Niven How does one become an Occupy Wall Street Protestor? A quest for understanding in a somewhat complicated topic. Why? Because there are some who seem to demonstrate a modicum of intelligence and articulate usage […]

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Al Gore, Man-Bear-Pig And Global Warming

by Rick Olson August 9, 2011

“America, how can I write a holy litany in your silly mood?” ~Allen Ginsberg “They pay pseudo-scientists to pretend to be scientists to put out the message: ‘This climate thing, it’s nonsense. Man-made CO2 doesn’t trap heat. It may be volcanoes.’ Bullshit! ‘It may be sun spots.’ Bullshit! ‘It’s not getting warmer.’ Bullshit!” “When you […]

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Multiculturalism

by Rick Olson August 5, 2011

“What ‘multiculturalism’ boils down to is that you can praise any culture in the world except Western culture – and you cannot blame any culture in the world except Western culture.” ~Thomas Sowell Far too many people define themselves in a hyphenated Status. This was virtually unheard of up until the 1970’s. Americans were, well…just […]

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545 People Are Responsible For The Mess, But They Unite In A Common Con

by Rick Olson August 3, 2011

Have you ever wondered, if both the Democrats and the Republicans are against deficits, WHY do we have deficits? Have you ever wondered, if all the politicians are against inflation and high taxes, WHY do we have inflation and high taxes?You and I don’t propose a federal budget. The President does.

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Why You Should Run Screaming From A Balanced Budget Amendment

by Steve MacDonald July 30, 2011

I’ve never understood the Republican-conservative, Libertarian, Right-Wing-in General, love affair with the idea of a balanced budget amendment. And it is not just my fear of letting the same modern Americans who think doing away with the electoral college is a good idea have a whack at the US Constitution. It’s actually much simpler than that.

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Evil Landlords Who Pick On Tenants

by Rick Olson July 27, 2011

“I like to think of my behavior in the sixties as a ‘learning experience.’ Then again, I like to think of anything stupid I’ve done as a ‘learning experience.’ It makes me feel less stupid.“ -P.J. O’Rourke I was at a housing office today dropping off some “required paperwork.” As I sat waiting to review […]

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William Jasmin The Beer Hunter

by Rick Olson July 23, 2011

“He uses statistics like a drunk uses lamp-posts, more for support than illumination…” ~Romano Prodi  “(Attorney B.J. Branch) acknowledged that Jasmin had been drinking on the day of the accident but said he had only consumed one 16-ounce Pabst Blue Ribbon beer and was at or below the legal limit for intoxication. He added that […]

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New Hampshire’s Hunting Tradition Under Attack From Within

by Rick Olson July 5, 2011

This is the litigation lottery…nothing more.  Despite the laws limiting liability, Jasmin probably lawyer-shopped, finding Mr. Branch to shake down the owner of the property. And more than likely, William Jasmin could care not one lick. He could care less that more property owners will now post their land and preclude hunting for countless others….preclude hikers, bird-watchers…mountain bikers.

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Manchester Needs a ‘Full-Time Refugee” Coordinator?

by Rick Olson July 1, 2011

Liberals love to spend money. No doubt about it. Especially when the money they are spending taxpayer money. Despite tough economic times for the rank and file taxpayer, City Hall liberals are still crafting ways to generate new spending in an effort to expand the almighty nanny-feifdom of city government.

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Assault Weapons: A Serious Problem in America?

by Rick Olson June 14, 2011

Continue Reading, “Assault Weapons: A Serious Problem in America?”

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A Road Trip for Kristin Ruggiero

by Rick Olson April 26, 2011

Continue reading, “A Road Trip for Kristin Ruggiero”

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Another Wheel Off The Bus

by Steve MacDonald February 11, 2011

Obamacare, the Patient Unaffordable and Un-accessible (all we really) Care (about is government power) Act will require another 800,000.00 Americans to give up their jobs. Put another way, it will cost 800,000.00 jobs.

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Revisionist History…

by Tom January 9, 2011

First of all, the shooting in Arizona yesterday was evil, deplorable, and senseless.  It was the action of a lost, sick individual, who, based on his internet postings, appears to be a highly unstable loner, a la Ted Kaczynski, who had a number of run-ins with police, quit school, and was rejected by the US military.  […]

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How Do You Say “Klaatu barada nikto” In Chinese?

by Steve MacDonald December 27, 2010

One source inside the Shea-Porter camp who asked to remain anonymous because they were not authorized to speak publicly on the matter, admitted that the congresswoman was trying to learn to the phrase “Klaatu barada nikto” in Chinese. She claimed that if she spoke these words before the 2012 campaign that donations from the Chinese controlled conglomerates, to Caribbean front-companies, who would then move money into New Hampshire via a courier named “Falcon” traveling in a saucer shaped balloon, would stop and she would be able to win re-election.

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From The Harvard School Of Bud Light (Weare Campus)

by Steve MacDonald December 15, 2010

The ongoing saga of Jon and Theonia Boyd seems to be coming to an end. The Boyd’s, both professors at Harvard, and residents of Massachusetts, were charged with facilitating an underage drinking party a a friends House in Weare when police arrived to discover the smartest people in the room had no idea there were 70 drunk minors celebrating the Bacchanalia under their slightly up turned noses.

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The Invertebrate Jeanne Shaheen?

by Steve MacDonald December 14, 2010

So did Jeanne Shaheen vote for cloture on the Reid’s Frankenstein tax compromise and will she vote to pass it? I ask because it includes Billions for a one year extension of ethanol subsidies that Senator Shaheen just insisted we could not afford.

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Fun With Paul And Carol

by Steve MacDonald November 29, 2010

Anyone know if Paul ‘Sugar Daddy’ Hodes and Carol Seiu-Porter have decided to raise taxes yet?  That’s what that is you know?  If they allow any existing cuts to expire, they are raising taxes. Now I realize our liberal friends don’t see it that way.   They look at it like this.  Since 2003/2005 the […]

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Public Service Is About Trust

by Steve MacDonald October 25, 2010

I’d just assume have a root canal without pain killer as suffer through an editorial by Carol Shea-Porter, but sometimes you have to take one for the team. So with the dedication of Roland I immersed myself in the last rights editorial of the soon to be former congresswoman from New Hampshire’s first district, which is ironically titled, ‘Public Service is about trust.’

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Ok, Like, This Is Me On The defict, Eh.

by Steve MacDonald October 20, 2010

In twenty months the democrats have added $3,039,049,594,342.88 dollar deficit. (That’s trillions). That’s more debt than the entire history of America from its founding to 1990.

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Hodespocrisy–The Max Baucus Edition

by Steve MacDonald August 2, 2010

Max Baucus, Democrat Senator from Montana, is the chairman of the Senate Finance committee and his Glacier PAC has donated $10,000.00 dollars to Paul Hodes for Senate.  Baucus may be best known for his influence on Health Care reform or Climate change legislation.  But what he should be known for is his relationship with lawyer/staffer Melodee […]

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Reducing Foreign Dependency On What?

by Steve MacDonald July 31, 2010

Can we even count how many times our New Hampshire congressional democrats claimed that we needed to reduce our dependence on foreign oil?  Twice?  A dozen times?  Hundreds?  Is it safe to say that among the lot there has been enough rhetoric on reducing foreign dependence to fill the Verizon center? So why then have […]

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Pests A Side

by Steve MacDonald July 15, 2010

Suzanne Smith, (D-Hebron) wants the state government to regulate the use of weed and insect control products to limit what she calls cosmetic use. That’s the regular everyday kind, used in ordinary everyday ways. She claims that her focus is on places where children congregate like schools, playgrounds, day care centers, and that spraying for […]

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