In hockey, it gives the innocent team a chance to score. But in politics – it just let the guilty team get re-elected! Suddenly we’re to be excited by a few ‘brave whistle-blowers‘ – who waited until NOW to come forward? Where the HELL were they back in September and October – when they might have [...]
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Massachusetts can’t get out of it’s rut. Obama doesn’t care who wins on June 25th. Either Markey or Gomez guarantees him a reliable and cooperative Senate vote.
…and I was very proud to cast it!
…and here’s why: 175 days ago Mass Liberals, ignoring her flawed résumé, – sent ‘Cherokee Squaw’ Granny Warren to Washington as Ted Kennedy’s permanent replacement. She immediately began voting as directed by Obama and Harry Reid. The best we can do on June 25th – is balance her über-liberalism by sending someone who will honor [...]
Dan Bongino on our 2nd Amendment and the socialist take-over. Dan challenged incumbent MoonBat Ben Cardin in 2012 – got 27%; – ‘Independent’ spoiler Rob Sobhani got 17%.
Last night Iron Mike and I went to cover the Massachusetts GOP Chairman Candidate Forum in Gardner. We braved the snow… and arrived at Williams Restaurant greeted by Kirsten’s loyal following. They looked a lot like Scott Brown’s loyal following. And as numerous as well. I’m going to keep this brief, as Iron Mike did [...]
Recently an email went out to some of the party (see below) from Brian Burke (the guy who beat Iron Mike in the (s)election for Committeeman). Jon Golnik responded with such passion and fervor that I asked if we could post it here for further discussion. He agreed as long as we didn’t make this [...]
To the 61 Million Americans [or residents] who just voted for Obama, we apologize for misunderstanding and thus misjudging you. We were terribly wrong! We thought that despite minor differences you were mostly like us – i.e. patriotic Americans. We misjudged. Sorry. We failed to pick up that you’ve evolved so much beyond ‘just America’ [...]
Here we are. A new day. Same President. We didn’t want it to go this way, but it did. Some positive notes: Does anyone miss the endless phone calls? How about the emails pleading for money? How about meetings, planning for meetings, travel to and from meetings? How about the yard signs (you did take [...]
A horrific battle took place on the Pacific island of Saipan in June 1944. Some 30,000 defending Japanese soldiers died, along with 22,000 civilians. As the battle ended American Marines watched in horror as thousands of fearful civilians jumped off cliffs to their deaths. Tuesday reminds me of those fearful brainwashed civilians – who believed [...]