Judd Gregg (d) Florida, is a contributing writer for The Hill: The Kamala threat — the Californiaization of America. For those of you who do not remember Judd, well, he is the primary cause of same-day voter fraud in our state.
Who among New Hampshire’s past governors is conspicuously absent from a Union Leader ‘Your Turn’ editorial in today’s paper endorsing Bill Gardner for Secretary of State? Jeanne Shaheen and Maggie Hassan. It could be the nature of their current office that prevents them from adding their names to the list. They are sitting US Senators. It …
…might want to update their web site. The elected candidates page lists their US Senators as Jeanne Shaheen and Judd Gregg. That’s a bit out of date, unless you just want to wait until we kick Shaheen out of office and you can change them both at the same time. Just trying to be helpful.
I just mentioned the almost Obama Secretary of Commerce Judd Gregg in my earlier post about the now almost former Secretary of Commerce John Bryson (who has now decided to take a leave of absence), when his Senator Gregg’s name has turned up again. Michelle Malkin has taken a moment from her busy day to …
“working” is only goodness when “working” is on the right stuff and achieving the right results inline with proper governance A few days ago, former US Senator from NH Judd Gregg had an Op-Ed in The Hill (an inside- DC-political-baseball newspaper) was decrying the loss of the “bipartisan centrist” and it included : …Our politics …
Following on the heels of Tim’s post about the tone deafness of the Senate (just scroll down) and the massive trillion dollar (that’s $1,000,000,000,000.00) case of bi-partisan domestic spending abuse known as the Omnibus, I thought you might like to see the list of Senators who are still abusing the “privilege” of adding earmarks even though the populace has made it clear we no longer want legislators doing that.
Over here, you’ll find Senator Shaheen crowing about how great the new food safety bill is, and how she, Senator Jeanne Shaheen, helped pass it. (It’s crap like all the other dem bills but that’s not why she’s an ass.)
She is an ass because (and if it makes you feel better Judd Gregg is an ass for being both a co-sponsor and a yeah vote) there are provisions in this Senate bill (S510) that….raise taxes.
In regard to Obama Care… “I don’t think starving or repealing is the best approach here. You basically go in and restructure it.” Cue the Duck Boats. Gregg’s legacy just set sail.