Damn. I can’t resist sending this article along. Forbes magazine is just too good. The quote that follows is from “”Let’s Face the Facts: Greece is Cooked, Along With Merkel.” Interestingly, it explains why New Hampshire—with the GOP super-majorities under the extraordinary effective leadership of Speaker Bill O’Brien—is going to become “the little state that can…be …
Amherst Patch has an unscientific poll up asking if you think current NH House Speaker William O’Brien should be reelected as Speaker of the House. Vote here
All Democrats have narratives. New Hampshire Democrats are no different. The typical left wing narrative is designed to brain wash you by using the media to repeat the latest chest-beating tantrum, using sound bites, puff pieces, editorials, and press releases, to create a long term perception disguised as truth. Did I mention that New Hampshire …
On WMUR “Closeup” this morning, replacement host James Pindell interviewed Diane Lacy, President of the NH State Employee Association and NH Rep. Will Infantine (R-Manchester) during his first segment). Well, during the interview, Ms. Lacy shows that either she has no grasp of real facts or is just what many people believe: that the SEIU …
Democrats latest rallying cry is that we can’t cut the state budget if it means downshifting costs on the towns. They didn’t seem to care too much about that when they were doing it. In fact they tried to do it far more often than they succeeded. But back then it was necessary–you know, to keep on spending…for whatever reason…even though we didn’t have the revenue…….yet.
Tom Fahey quotes our confused friend Harrell Kirstein, Spokesperchild of the New Hampshire democrat party in regard to Bill O’Brien’s choices for leadership positions in the NH House. (I have to call Harrell the Spokesperchild from now on. Spokesperson has the word ‘son’ in it and we know how sensitive Harrell’s spleen is.)
Any migration of Republicans away from a vote for “Speaker O’Brien” might say more about Gene Chandler than it does Bill. It might mean that Gene was either insincere in his request for unity–and I am on the record both commending him and taking him at his word for that stance–or it demonstrates his inability to control even those who would have chosen him as their House Speaker.
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Should the New Hampshire Republican House Caucus have the opportunity to vote for their Majority leader? That’s majority leader not Speaker. Traditional wisdom says yes but today, rumor has it, that three of the four candidates for speaker are said to have voted no on the matter.