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A key difference between Republican and democrat voters

Thursday, November 7th, 2013

If Republican congresscritters vote against their base, their base stops voting for them.

When democrat congresscritters vote for laws that hurt their base, the democrat base puts some makeup on their collective black eye, and mutter, “But he loves me,” and then votes for their serial abuser over and over again.

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Today’s History Lesson

Thursday, July 18th, 2013

The 13th Amendment: Abolished slavery

  • 100% Republican Support
  • 23% democrat Support

The 14th Amendment: Gave Citizenship to freed slaves

  • 94% Republican Support
  • 0% democrat Support

The 15th Amendment: Right to Vote for All

  • 100% Republican Support
  • 0% democrat Support


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Quote of the Day

Wednesday, June 5th, 2013

“Put down how much you earn, put down a deduction for charitable contributions, home mortgage and how much you owe. It ought to be a simple one-page postcard, and take the agents, the bureaucracy out of Washington and limit the power of government.”

Senator Ted Cruz

A damn good idea.  The IRS is too big and the tax code is much too complex and places an undo burden on the American taxpayer.

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An observation on political yards signs

Monday, September 17th, 2012

As I drove around town this weekend I notices something very consistent with political yard signs.

Every small business, most independently owned, with a yard sign had signs for Scott Brown and/or Marty Lamb.

Scott Brown is running for re-election in the US Senate, on the Republican ticket and Marty Lamb is running for State Representative, also on the Republican ticket.

Senator Brown’s opponent is a Harvard law professor, who makes over $300,000 a year for teaching a single class and claims she “represents the people.”  Elizabeth Warren is best known for falsely claiming to have Cherokee Indian ancestors and using that claim to obtain benefits as a minority.

Small business owners are intimately familiar with the negative effect democrats have had on the economy since taking control of Congress and the White House and clearly do not want that to continue


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Quote of the Day

Tuesday, July 17th, 2012

“Bain Capital. Isn’t that where Romney was running a successful business while Obama was somewhere getting high all the time?”


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Senator Rubio at The Reagan Library

Thursday, August 25th, 2011

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Quote of the Day: Althouse on Palin edition

Saturday, June 18th, 2011

“This intense eagerness to get Sarah Palin for whatever it is she might have done on line unfolded concurrently with all the attention that had to be paid to Anthony Weiner for his on-line antics. What we can’t see is the agony the poor journalists must have endured as Weiner’s wienerisms hurt the Democratic Party just when they stood ready to damage the Republican Party with Sarah’s misdeeds. And then — oh, how awful! — they got nothing from Sarah. Nothing but hard work and — urrrgghhh! — good government and — damn! — family values.”

Ann Althouse

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Media Thesaurus

Saturday, May 28th, 2011

Republican Spending = “spending”

Democratic Spending = “investments”

Republican Cuts = “cuts”

Democratic Cuts = “reforms”

As Ace has spoken, so shall it shall be written

More at Hot Air

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Jim McKenna for Massachusetts Attorney General

Sunday, September 26th, 2010

Jim McKenna has make history here in the Commonwealth by obtaining over 27,000 signatures in order to become the Republican candidate for state Attorney General.

Jim McKenna, along with other Republican candidates like Karyn Polito and Mary Z. Connaughton will bring a much needed transparency to the democrat run state  government here in the People’s Commonwealth and a much needed accountability to the citizens of Massachusetts.

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Change comes to Massachusetts!

Wednesday, January 20th, 2010

It’s a bright and glorious day here in the People’s Commonwealth! Over 20% of the registered democrats here joined the sane people and voted for Republican Scott Brown to fill the seat of the late Teddy Kennedy in the United States Senate.

This wasn’t just a case of the democrat Martha Coakley running a really lousy campaign (which she did) or the fact that she was a weak candidate (she was); this was also a direct message to our Dear Leader, Barack Hussein Obama. The voters of Massachusetts just let BHO know that Socialism isn’t the change we were looking for.

How could this happen in the oh so liberal Massachusetts? We residents of the Commonwealth got a sneak preview of ObamaAmerica with our own worthless Governor, Deval “Together We Can” Patrick. Patrick had zero executive experience (none in the private sector or in any government job) when he took over the Governor’s office. His socialist policies, along with his kowtowing to the state employee unions and raising taxes while the state hemorrhages high tech jobs, have given us a unique perspective of what allowing our Dear Leader to implement his socialist policies will do to the country.

This election also proves that Obama has no coattails. Coakley was third democrat candidate that Obama when out to stump for who lost! Yup, Obama is a three time loser! Actually he’s four for four in loses if you count the trip he and Empress Michelle made (on separate planes) to Copenhagen in their attempt to bring the Olympics (and all that lovely graft money) home to Chicago.

Obama has a choice to make now.  Clinton or Carter? When Billy Jeff Clinton got his ass handed to him in the 1994 midterm  elections, he ditched the far left, went centrist and saved his image and got re-elected.  The man actually managed to take personal credit for signing most of the Republican’s “Contract with America” list into law, completely stealing their thunder!  Jimmy “Worst President in the last 50 years” Carter on the other hand descended even farther into a far left death spiral, resulting in him getting his ass handed to him in the 1980 elections.

Which way will Obama go? Personally, my take is that he’s no Bill Clinton.  Barack Hussein Obama has never held a real job in his life and has never had a single executive position before becoming the head of the executive branch of the United States government.  He’s been wrapped in a far left socialist cocoon his entire life.  So ya, I’m betting he’s gonna go Carter big time, with the same results.

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