11:15 p.m. Talking the Bus strike again the story here. 10:45 p.m. took several calls on illegal immigration, oil and chicken plucking 10:30 p.m. Tom Wesley is now in the studio 10:25 p.m. Sam is asking if Bill Gunn will continue to challenge Olver. 10:15 p.m. Bill Gunn is calling for every republican in the … Continue reading WCRN Conservatively speaking is on the Air
I've been to every precinct in the city so far and this is what I saw. In ward 6 where two years ago I stood alone a group held signs for republican candidates The only candidate on the democratic side promoted was Tom Foley for Sheriff I have never in my life seen more people … Continue reading Update Fitchburg 1:30 p.m.
Here are some videos from the day: Before the crowd comes: Jerry talked to me first So Did Steve and Denise: and Richard and Shirley: And Linda: I ran into Jen Caissie's mom but didn't know who she was when I started: If you don't know who Jen is here's jen: Since the left came … Continue reading Some Tea party Express videos
Talked to Bill Gunn before we went on the air: For those who consider this seat safe, $850k is a lot to spend on a safe seat when dems are in trouble all over the country.
12:50 a.m. Talking Iraq & Afghanistan, but also talking Iran and nuclear fuel. 12:36 a.m. Asking Marty (who is a real estate lawyer) about the housing bubble, blames Fanny and Freddie 12:31 a.m. Marty gives McGovern credit for debating and sticking with his beliefs. 12:22 a.m. Now Marty Lamb is back with us for the … Continue reading 830 AM WCRN Liveblog Red and Blue Political Horror Show
Noticed on Twitter a new person tweeting me about ma-10 who is pushing the narrative of Jeff Perry as bad cop et/al. the user is named TeapartyUsa1 and has under 30 followers. Most likely a paid tweet to go after republicans in the last weekend of the campaign as his tweets are directed to suggest … Continue reading Democrats running scared and dirty in Massachusetts
Yesterday's debate was not broadcast live, but I got every question and statement so without further ado here is the forum: The rules explained: Opening Statement Bill Gunn (R): Key Line: "People working is not a government revenue enhancing program, it is a people revenue enhancing program" Opening Statement Michael Engel (I): Key Line: "We … Continue reading Yesterday’s Debate the video
Still preparing the full videos of yesterday's debate but this statement from Bill Gunn expresses perfectly the difference between conservatives and liberals and liberalism "I offer you the difference between the three candidates today. I offer you on the one hand a candidate that respects liberty, respects freedom, respects the potential of every individual to … Continue reading Liberalism vs Conservatism in 3 sentences
All three candidates graciously agreed to speak to me after the debate: It was quite a thing to hear a democrat actually defend Obamacare and not talk about repeal, it was almost refreshing. If you're going to vote for something; own it! This was my first meeting with Mr. Engel, he is a good advocate … Continue reading Voices of the Candidates, John Olver (d), Michael Engel (i)and Bill Gunn (r) Ma-1
Three cheers for my hometown paper! Gunn has already made good on his promise to listen to the people, holding several town hall-style forums across the far-flung district. (Here the incumbent, ever the earnest lecturer, could learn something from his challenger.) Gunn's candidacy is truly a grass-roots effort born of the tea-party movement, and he … Continue reading Holy Guacamole! the Sentinel & Enterprise endorses Bill Gunn in Ma-1!
Never had a general instalanche before so rather than hitting the sack here is a summary of posts on my road trip with Stacy McCain. I should note the Massachusetts races were covered with McCain on his trip to Mass as we did daily road trips. VA-11 Keith Fimian Voices of the Voters Edward in … Continue reading Round up links for DaTechGuy & Stacy road trip
The town Hall in Leominster Mass was packed yesterday and both Bill Gunn and Neal Heeren took an awful lot of questions from the audience: On Term Limits: on town hall meetings: On How he can make a difference: On Outsourcing: On his Background: Regular Guy: Talks about local control: On Green and Free Markets: … Continue reading Bill Gunn and Neal Heeren answer questions in Leominster
8:00 p.m. Comment from audience: "I've never had anybody with no money offer me a job." 7:55 p.m. Neal Heeron: "I resent calling taxes state revenue" it is the people's money, not the state's revenue. 7:36 p.m. "The government is in places it never should have been." 7:32 p.m. "It is your job to hold … Continue reading Live blog of the Bill Gunn event in Leominster
Gone is the very cute I've been everywhere man, on MSNBC we see a more conventional commercial touting service. Oh and he is upping his signs I saw three on the way to taking my son to school. I'm sure he would have been happier if one was on a lawn instead of in a … Continue reading Bill Gunn goes to Town hall, John Olver goes to new ad