Via Drudge McClatchy reports that Democrats desperate to find anything that resembles victor are finding some hope deep in a few state legislative races: In a party desperate for victories, Democratic candidates are finding the most success in little-noticed state legislative races. They’ve already won four seats previously under Republican control, some of them in … Continue reading Nancy Pelosi The Not so Foxy and the Grapes
Mrs Cooper:You know how your daddy used to say that you can only fish for so long before you got to throw a stick of dynamite in the water? Sheldon: Yeah. Mrs Cooper:Well, I’m done fishing The Big Bang Theory The Luminous Fish Effect 2007 I'm done. I'm done asking people to vote for the … Continue reading I’m with Mike Rogers The Time for a Conservative Party has Come
As a Massachusetts conservative watching the national media go wild about the election of a Republican Governor completely ignoring the lack of coattails (hell the lack of coat) is a source of frustration. Charlie Baker is a nice guy and he means well but his election is not likely to have more than a cosmetic … Continue reading Mass GOP Free Agency vs Building the Farm
To you Baldrick the Renaissance was just something that happened to other people wasn't it? Rowan Atkinson Blackadder 2 1986 Remain Calm, all is well! Keven Bacon Animal House 1978 It's the week of te 4th of July and Joe & Mika have the week off so the panel today is Donnie Deutsch, Mike Barnicle, … Continue reading Maybe the Morning Joe Panel WAS born yesterday
Any guy who has been turned down for a date knows the social convention of coming up with some kind of excuse for not going out (instead of the much kinder "I'm just not interested"). Claire McCaskill is the latest Democrat to decide that she will be waxing her legs that week. She was among … Continue reading Demoralized at hell: “I’m waxing my legs that week” edition
Via this tweet by Byron York: ...comes this very funny headline from the NYT: A Campaign Challenge: Defining Obama Defining Obama?. Hasn't that game already been played? The mainstream media helped smooth the way with the questions not asked, the history glossed over, the records sealed, the voices silenced by loyal Leftist Democrats. All had … Continue reading They don’t like the Dog food Redux
As Roxeanne pointed out yesterday Peter Durant won YET AGAIN in the Worcester 6th district this time by practically a landslide, 56 votes! If I was a more cynical man I'd say this was the the deciding factor: With observers from the U.S. Department of Justice in Southbridge looking to ensure the integrity of the … Continue reading Peter Durant the final drop of the big red wave
My first meeting with Ann Marie Burekle was the day that Syracuse Post-Standard declared that she was down double digits. The poll itself was suspect but as my friend Robert Stacy McCain often says Polls aren't elections. (this is what I constantly remind those who say Palin can't win due to a poll that the … Continue reading Polls aren’t elections: Ann Marie Buerkle vs McClatchy Newspapers
After long day of promoting the show door to door it's nice to come home to good news like this: Finally, after weeks of canvassing, absentee ballot counting, and legal challenges, Rep. Dan Maffei (D) has conceded to Ann Marie Buerkle (R) in the NY25 race. A press conference is scheduled for 4PM today. Ann … Continue reading The good news runneth over
With less than 18 hours to the show premiere I've had little time for blogging but I see there is great news from two districts where Registered Nurses rather than career politicians are changing the face of the congress. Renee Ellmers has won in NC-2. My congratulations to Renee, Lorie Byrd and all those who … Continue reading Two great nurses for a sick congress
You might remember Ny-25 as one of the stops on my pre-election road trip. Well strange things seem to be going on over there. The first strange thing is the absence of media attention, apparently this is a request from the Maffei campaign that has apparently not fallen on deaf ears: any vote totals reported … Continue reading NY-25 and the Mystery of the Lost Election
The Boston Globe reports that things are looking grim for Massachusetts: Massachusetts could lose more than $200 million in funding this year — and quite possibly similar amounts each year for the foreseeable future — as the incoming Republican congressional leadership and President Obama take aim at earmarked spending projects. At risk are a host … Continue reading The Globe discovers that Massachusetts has shot itself in the foot…AGAIN
Martin Soloman bluntly says aloud what I've been hearing only in whispers. Attached is a photo I took when a Neighbor to Neighbor organizer escorted a voter into the booth as an “interpreter” [See above]. Funny; the ballots were bi-lingual so I didn’t see the need for an interpreter. She was coaching voters to vote … Continue reading Voter Fraud in Worcester Ma.
My latest for the examiner tell the story of a doomed band of brothers fighting a seemingly impossible fight: The twin city tea party filled the large event room, there was food, drink and frolic as members celebrated for hours their efforts of Election Day. A victory party seemed out of place. Just two days … Continue reading Examiner article The 300 Tea Partiers at the pass of Massachusetts
We 300 Spartans of the Twin City Tea Party are breaking out the Mead in our Valhalla at the Border Grille and Bar. Update: The slideshow from Valhalla There is not a long face in the house as we celebrate the greatest Republican victory nationwide in 90 years. And what do the democrats in Massachusetts … Continue reading At the Twin city tea party victory party 300 SPARTANS!