Following a Presidential election, the Party out of power is supposed to win … or at least perform better than expected … in “special elections.” We have seen that happening everywhere across the country … EXCEPT in New Hampshire.
Has the GOP finally changed its ground game. A series of impressive special election wins suggest that something is different. We discuss the most recent winner in NH, then how chasing votes in the wrong direction cost them elections in NH in 2014.
Max Abramson joins us to talk special elections (three of them) and recent controversies including the email hoax in which a paid democrat campaign staffer sent an email to the press pretending to be the Republican opponent resigning from that race.
Leishman embrace the lefts genderless society, he voted against repealing the house weapons ban, against allowing spending caps, then Rep Leishman voted for the Tent Tax, and we even have some insider, crony corruption to go along with it. He had used his position in the House, knowing he was part of the relevant committee, to propose a bill whose passage would favor his own personal business interests.
…have New Hampshire’s low tax, local government, just leave me alone voters decided that a tax and spend, intrusive big government guy like Perry is the new (old) direction they want to pursue?
So if you’re interested in more unaccountable government, a debt spending state legislature, balloon bills, regulatory restrictions that scare off jobs, late night taxes passed without one single hearing, and an endless string …half-witted, poorly thought out mandates like the one that could have turned every ladies locker-room or public bathroom into a drive thru for every drunk guy, horny adolescent, or sex offender who has suddenly felt the need to get in touch with their feminine side (or your wives or daughters), then you want Bob Perry.
Bob supported all the taxes, the wacky accounting, the bad revenue estimates, the overspending, the nanny state nonsense, even job killing taxes and bloated government spending during a recession. A vote for Bob is a vote for more taxes, more fees, less money in your wallet every year, and more bureaucracy and state control everywhere else.