Anthony DiFruscia is a democrat from Massachusetts who snuck north and infiltrated the GOP. (Not an uncommon problem for the Granite State). No one had the stones to call him out on it, and year after year he has managed to keep his seat in a Republican leaning district from which he has meddled in …
This brings me to the main course of the Facebook comment, the “intimidating activists for political purposes portion.” Yes, that’s right–the video threat is not nearly as ominous as this next bit, a perennial favorite of the Giuda staff… “They are not registered with the SOS and making endorsements. Not a good position to take.”
H/T Sunlight Foundation via Instapundit
Americans’ for Job Security has been fined three times for disclosure violations twice, specifically for violating the Telephone Consumer Protection act. AJS paid fines of $20,000.00, $3000.00 and $500.00 on three separate occasions for disclosure violations so AJS is also willing (Like Hynes)to violate disclosure laws to get a candidate a win and simply deal with the fallout–if any–later on.
The Carson-Gore Academy of Environmental Sciences in California (tin foil hats are mandatory) was built on top of a piece of contaminated land. Oh yeah baby. There are of course ‘concerns’ for the welfare of the students. (The 75 million dollar School was named after Rachel Carson and Al Gore–Environmental scaremongering is probably also required.) …
This would have to be filed away as a classic, not just because of its age–it’s a few years old–but because it reminds us of why we don’t want congress and congressman, working–and the busy-body ruling class in general–spending too much time in the swamp. They cause more problems than they solve. (Another …
H/T Red State
Not to be nit-picky, but isn’t paying people $8.30/hour to go door to door the opposite of grass roots, or is this part of that “layered strategy.” You know, the one where there are no grass roots at all and they are just paying people to shill for Paul Hodes because frankly, there isn’t enough interest to get people to do it for free?
CrossTarget, the polling organization, was created by Stephen DeMaura and Patrick Hynes, both connected political insiders. DeMaura is no fan of Guinta, and Hynes works for Mahoney. So why would AFP choose CrossTarget for a poll given these obvious questions of conflict? I have no idea why, but it was a bad call by Lewandowski and it questions AFP’s neutrality on the race if there even is one.
The New Hampshire House democrats have themselves a new web page and I think someone needs to contact the Attorney General; they are guilty of false advertising.