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Agenda – what’s coming up, American Solutions, Stella and Allison Scammon, SEIU "I’m a
Healthcare Voter". Why is it news that Repubs don’t go to the Morgan State college?
Gold Star Mom event tomorrow.
Stella Scammon – running for NH National Committeewoman. Anecdote about hosting
President Bush, the job of National Committeewoman, advocating for the NH Primary,
when / where is the vote and who votes. Part 1 Part 2
Allison Scammon – DC trip for the Families United, meeting the President; trip to
Arlington for laying of the wreath; the story of a Mom, her son, and his Dad; bad
mouthing by the SEIU.
William calls in to ask about NY Gov. Spitzer giving drivers licenses to illegal aliens
Stella Scammon – Pitch for being elected NH Committeewoman to the RNC
Allison Scammon talks about SEIU miscreant behavior in DC; Skip adds in on local SEIU
presidents connections with the USA Communist party and how they apparently have
deceived people to sign their "I’m a Healthcare voter" petitions.
David Testerman is running for Franklin ward 2 seat and hosting Gov. Huckabee party
Pat and Skip discuss Congressman Hodes breaking campaigning laws (a second time, so it
seems) and the Democrats having problems with Hsu money (Did Buckly send the
money to the Food Bank as promised?).
Pres campaigns getting local – discussion Laconia Activist Judy Reever signs up with Obama
and Skip and Pat discuss personalities.
Dem Prez debate – Pat notices that no Dem candidate will stand up for Israel while Skip
noticed that they, after swearing to uphold the law upon gaining the Presidency,
would break it by backing up Sanctuary mayors.
Senator John McCain calls in – jokes with Skip and Pat; talks about his campaign gains in
the polls and why it may not be as dead as other pundits have opined.