You can probably guess who voted against HB 474. Democrats. In fact not one single Democrat voted for it. But they are nor beholden to the union. Nah.
House Bill 125-FN, commonly referred to as the, Lawful Commerce In Firearms Act eminently faces a house vote. Much has been said about the bill while, at the same time, much has not been said about this bill.
Being a New Hampshire democrat means never having to denounce anything. This only matters because the liberal-progressive whip holders who direct traffic leftward around the democrat’s rotary-of-hypocrisy like to tap the hair trigger on their media Weapons of Mass Outrage (WMO) whenever someone to the right of them puts together a sentence that could in any way be misinterpreted as racist, misogynist, bigoted and so on.
Obama’s budget is out. It raises tax revenues by adding more taxes. It is reported that the deficit will increase by as much as 7 trillion dollars as a result. (That’s $7,000,000,000,000.00). It defends all the abusive spending of the past two budgets by ignoring the trillions in new spending and debt. It will set records for a third and forth consecutive trillion plus budget with record setting deficits.
Zandra Rice “The Huckster” Hawkins of Granite State Progress (an out of state funded left wing group) staged a bake sale based on words she put in State Rep Jeanine Notter’s mouth. Hawkins just decided that because Notter had more faith in individual responsibility and local control–and even trying free market competition to lower costs–that this guaranteed that people would suffer; that Notter’s solution meant people would need to have a bake sale to raise money to pay for cancer treatments if New Hampshire tried to opt out of the unconstitutional Health care mandate.
The Bedford Public School system is back in the news again. Another book has popped up in the curriculum that is questioning the standards of the towns (cough-cough) educational experts. This time is it ‘Water For Elephants.”
My youngest daughter is in the seventh grade. She plays the Clarinet. She plays the Clarinet quite well and is in the school band. There are a number of concerts throughout the year and they are extremely enjoyable.
By a vote of 221 to 121 HB 474 passes the NH House. While this is not a veto proof majority 58 House reps did not vote leaving plenty of room for a veto override.