RLCNH ‘Hall of Shame’ (The RINO’s among RINO’s)

by Steve MacDonald August 30, 2016
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Spec Bowers, Chair of the RLCNH, has been publishing the voting records of ‘Republicans’ who ran as Republicans but spend far too much time voting with Democrats. Today he sent out a list- The Hall of Shame. These are the ‘Republicans’ with the worst records, and how often they voted with Democrats or against Republicans. Alphabetical […]

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Chris Sununu Donated $500.00 to Democrat Elected Speaker Shawn Jasper

by Steve MacDonald August 24, 2016
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One of Chris Sununu’s “investments” in New Hampshire’s future was a $500.00 donation to Democrat Elected New Hampshire House Speaker Shawn Jasper. Yes. The ‘Republican’ who caucused with Democrats to rob the Republican caucus of the Speakers chair and then proceeded to repay NH Democrats for the favor. That Shawn Jasper. Chris Sununu gave $500.00 […]

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Bad New Hampshire Republicans. Bad.

by Steve MacDonald March 14, 2016
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Special thanks to Spec Bowers for doing all the leg work here. After seeing the list, this is my question for the establishment GOP and NHGOP. How many times does a Republican have to vote with the Democrats instead of the Republicans, before they can no longer be considered a Republican, or a ‘good Republican’ or […]

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A Scourge Against Our Republic

by Jane Cormier October 28, 2015

We are getting way too complacent these days. As a nation, we are so used to politicians going back on their promises, we now vote to elect “the lesser of two evils”. But, let us not fool ourselves. The lesser of two evils is still EVIL. The scourge of our Republic is what is known […]

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Notable Quote – DrewM

by Susan Olsen April 3, 2015

“But hey, Republicans are just throwing so-cons overboard because doing so will make them popular with other voters, right? Er, about that. Fiscal-cons and social-cons used to be in an uneasy alliance within the GOP. I think we are growing into a more comfortable alliance in telling Republicans to frak off.” Via Ace.mu.nu

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How Much Capitulation is Enough?

by Steve MacDonald January 7, 2015
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Social media runneth over with discussion on the matter of Democrat elected Speaker Jasper (R- Hudson) and yes, the importance of getting along to get ahead.  Getting things done.  The need to accept things as they are is more important than sticking to principle–if sticking to principles rocks the boat. Without burdening you with a […]

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The Rules Change on Roll Call Votes is A Smoking Gun

by Steve MacDonald December 31, 2014
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One of the important debates in the shadow of Democrat elected Speaker Shawn Jasper’s (R-Hudson) ascension to the gavel is what degree of tolerance should conservatives have for Republicans disinclined to let the party platform temper their legislative passions.  Everyone had valid observations (in the email thread) up to a point but after reading a […]

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GrokTALK! Anti-Semites In Barnstead!

by Steve MacDonald December 23, 2014
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We continue the discussion on messaging, the message RINO leadership sent when they voted for less transparency, why Alan Glassman wasn’t elected as a Delegate from Barnstead, some inside baseball on committee appointments, and more discussion about why some Republicans have such a hard time just voting with their own party platform. Listen to the […]

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Make Democrats Dance For Medicaid Expansion

by Steve MacDonald December 21, 2014
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How would you like to take this news… House Republicans are also likely to try to modify the state’s Medicaid expansion plan, through legislation or the budget process. The plan ends in 2016 if lawmakers don’t reauthorize it. Hassan has said she’ll veto any proposal to end the law, and Democratic House Minority Leader Steve […]

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Notable Quote – Joseph Stalin

by Susan Olsen December 19, 2014

“Ideas are more powerful than guns. We would not let our enemies have guns, why should we let them have ideas?”

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Wink wink nudge nudge…

by Susan Olsen December 8, 2014

So what if the whole Jassper kerfuffle was just a head fake? What if the NH GOP RINO plan all along was to throw conservatives under the bus at the opening bell, disenfranchise them for the session and try to neutralize their expected opposition to McAyotte in 2016? And, on the home front,  riddle me this. […]

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NH House Speaker’s Race Has “Sununu Disaster” Written All over It.

by Steve MacDonald December 7, 2014
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New Hampshire establishment Republicans hew to one principle and only one. How do we keep the DC money spigot open and how do we keep the first in the nation primary. (Is that two principles?)  Nothing else matters to them. They will abandon their platform, its principles, and any candidate that dares espouse them, for […]

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On Amnesty The GOP Can Beat The One With His Own Cudgel… If It Wants To

by Scott Morales December 5, 2014

… and the stakes are huge with a giant upside, as well as castrating downside. But first, do the establishment Republicans even want to fight amnesty?  The reason I ask if the crash of rinos in DC want amnesty is simple (beyond the cheap labor for cronies motive),  I believe it’s an easy fight to […]

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Welcome back, Mr. Speaker

by Susan Olsen November 18, 2014

You’ve been missed.

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Email Doodlings: NH GOP Chair Jennifer Horn, show me where the by-laws prevent the NH GOP from vetting candidates?

by Skip October 14, 2014

It seems that Steve’s post about the 50 RINOs for Peggy Gilmore, the Democrat running for the NH State Senate and my quick thought flashlighting RINO Susan Emerson has provoked some email traffic and I got tagged into one.  The overriding question is “Why doesn’t the NH GOP vet its candidates” followed up by “an” answer, […]

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50 RINO’s of the Week: “Republicans?” for Peggy Gilmoure

by Steve MacDonald October 13, 2014
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Anyone can claim to be a Republican,  and they do!  SO thank you for telling us who you are because  we are happy to share that with our readers. Now you will know. These sorry individuals are registered with the GOP but support the left-wing extremism of Democrat Peggy Gilmoure.  Proof that there can be […]

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With Republicans Like These…

by Steve MacDonald September 17, 2014
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Back in July we were warning people about the influences of (so-called Republican) Bill Greiner (with much respect and admiration to the years of similar warnings that preceded ours). There are plenty of stories about Bill using his money and political influence to undermine Republicans for office in Bedford or elsewhere, so no one should […]

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Make no mistake….

by Susan Olsen September 10, 2014

….this morning, “there is a limp on the Serengeti”.

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Only YOU! Can Keep RINO’s Out Of Concord

by Steve MacDonald September 8, 2014
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Tomorrow is the big day.  Will New Hampshire voters invite the RINO’s back or will they take a stand against progressives hiding in the Republican party? It’s up to you. Only YOU! Can keep RINO’s out of Concord, New Hampshire (and Washington DC).    

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GrokBITE: Senate Republican Majority PAC –
Taking A Bite Out Of NH For Boutin!

by Mike August 17, 2014

As Kimberly Notes below**, the Senate Republican Majority PAC has made a complete ass of itself by spending about $5,000 on a multicolor flyer extolling the virtues of State Senator David Boutin. In so doing, they display the same lack of principles and self-control as the clown they are defending. I’m thinking that the icon […]

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The Havenstein-Brown Problem

by Rick Olson June 20, 2014

“Carpetbagging—presumptuously seeking success or a position in a new locality; A politician who seeks public office in a locality where he has no real connections.” —Dictionary Carpet Baggers. This is a term now frequently connected to discourse about Walter Havenstein and Former Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown. Havenstein, touted as a successful businessman, was scrutinized over his […]

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The Minion and the Maven

by Rick Olson June 19, 2014

P.J. O’Rourke once quipped, “Hubris is one of the great renewable resources.” Frankly, I think its grown en masse on the Horn-Cullen RINO Farm. Is there one who deduces this notion, none too bold?

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Jane Cormier, Candidate for NH Senate – GrokTALK! June 14th, 2014

by Steve MacDonald June 17, 2014
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In segment two Jane Cormier joins the program to talk about her NH State Senate campaign (Dist 16), the issues, constituent expectations, and when Republicans legislate out of fear rather than principle. Before that, Skip, Mike, Ed, and Rick revisit the significance of Eric Cantor’s loss, RINO’s and the Concord Flu, a second Bill O’Brien […]

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Words have meaning

by Susan Olsen May 23, 2014

“Smurfdaddy (n.) Also smurf-daddy, 1. A small, elderly man who lavishes money, protection and connections on convictionless political hopefuls; in return, he requires that you kiss his ring. 2. (Slang): A variant of sugar-daddy for the political realm. A former politician who still yields enormous power within the political realm and has overt control over […]

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Notable Quote – Ol Remus

by Susan Olsen May 6, 2014

“The Forgotten Man, now as  then, is a beast to be burdened, something to  be bargained for, not  with.  In education and employment he’s commanded by the corrupt to stand aside for  the incompetent, the  improvident and perpetually needful, even  the criminal illegal. He’s embezzled by default and slandered in absentia. He’s the uncaring, unfeeling malignancy […]

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House Republican Alliance Midterm Scores Are Posted

by Steve MacDonald April 16, 2014
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The New Hampshire House Republican Alliance (NHHRA) has posted their midterm grades.   And this is a great report (Link -PDF Sorted by Score).  It grades votes based on the New Hampshire Republican platform.  And while there are plenty of Republicans who vote like Republicans, they are not our concern.  Our concern is the bottom of […]

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RINO Finger-Pointing

by Rick Olson April 15, 2014

“Everything is changing. People are taking their comedians seriously and the politicians as a joke.”  —Will Rogers I saw the first Scott Brown for Senate campaign ad this morning on the local, “puppies and kitties,” affiliate, Channel 9. Last week, Scott Brown visited Joe Kelly LeVasseur’s Theo’s Restaurant and, “worked the crowd,” Joe tells me.  […]

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Repeal It, Kill It, Gut It, Never Bring It Back

by Ed Naile April 1, 2014

The media pundits have declared ObamaDemocratCare “unrepealable” because it reached the phony milestone of trapping a couple million registrants who were kicked off real health insurance by ObamaDemocratCare. The idea behind this new media mantra is that the Republicans will adopt this lie as their own marching order into the next election and learn to […]

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Finger-Wagging Liberal Hartford Courant

by Rick Olson February 17, 2014

“If the reporter has killed our imagination with his truth, he threatens our life with his lies.”  —Karl Kraus The Hartford Courant’s Friday editorial takes up the liberal finger-wagging cause of calling for law and order, calling those who have not registered their, “assault weapons”[sic] scofflaws. In an editorial entitled, State Can’t Let Gun Scofflaws […]

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Good question…

by Susan Olsen February 8, 2014

A reader posed this question…  

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