As I mentioned yesterday during my vote for Ann Wofford in Ma-3 piece I haven't talked much about the House and Senate but I would like to talk a bit about the Senate race in NH, specifically today about Senator Kelly Ayotte. Kelly Ayotte who you might remember was elected during the big red wave … Continue reading Six Reasons why I Happily endorse Kelly Ayotte for Senate in NH
“The target audience for all this activity was 535 people in Washington,” Treglia says — 100 in the Senate, 435 in the House. “The idea was to create an impression that a mass movement was afoot — that everywhere they looked, in academic institutions, in the business community, in religious groups, in ethnic groups, everywhere, … Continue reading Dear GOP Senate you’re about to be played again
The future of the American republic is now completely dependant on the GOP Senate led by Mitch McConnell keeping its nerve in the face of the full wrath of the liberal media for eight whole months. If that doesn't scare you, nothing will.
By Steve Eggleston Fresh off the betrayal of the pro-life movement by their House counterparts by their refusal to harmonize abortion policy with Europe's ban on abortion after 20 weeks (though they did pass a permanent extension of the Hyde Amendment, which generally forbids federal funds for abortions), a couple of key Senate Republicans are … Continue reading More Stupid Party tricks – “GOP” Senate to get rid of SCOTUS nominee filibuster
By Steve Eggleston Thanks to the fracking boom (no thanks to President Obama and his eco-nuts on that) and the Saudis attempting to do to said boom what they did to the Soviets in the 1980s, the price of gasoline has plummeted. In fact, most of the stations in the Milwaukee area are charging less … Continue reading Senate Republicans Learned Nothing – Gas Tax Edition
Marshall Isaac: America's the land of second chances Doctor Who: A town called Mercy 2012 There are solid logical arguments for not changing back the Filibuster and some have been made this week at HotAir: As Ed Whelan notes, in the course of U.S. history, presidential nominees have typically enjoyed confirmation by simple majority. Only … Continue reading Restoring the Filibuster or No?
I had to laugh when I saw this at Twitchy: Haha, Mary Landrieu is running faux pro-life newspaper ads in Louisiana. #LAsen pic.twitter.com/dYXk0MjYGE — Jimmy (@JimmyPrinceton) November 15, 2014 It produced some interesting exchanges such as this one: @karlschott @Opinionatedcath @JimmyPrinceton the ad is designed to suggest she is pro-life but her 100% NARAL rating … Continue reading Why Obama is (Politically) Right & Mary Landrieu is wrong
As everyone knows I supported first Karen Testerman and then Bob Smith for the GOP Senate in NH furthermore I argued that nominating Scott Brown might cause 2A and pro-life people to stay home. However not only did Scott Brown win the primary but he's run an excellent campaign overall. Combine this with a poor … Continue reading Vote Scott Brown & Demoralize them as Hell
If you are a regular reader of this blog you know I think Senator Scott Brown NH Senate run is a mistake that has some potentially disastrous consequences for the GOP in NH. I think it would have been better if Senator Brown had choose to run in Massachusetts and I suspect Charlie Baker would … Continue reading The Scott Brown NH Silver Lining
Today the NYT is reporting on the runoff race in Mississippi with the headline: Cochran Asking Blacks to Rescue Him in Republican Primary Bishop Ronnie C. Crudup stood before roughly a dozen of his colleagues at a weekly Baptist fellowship meeting last week and asked for their help in a fight that, until now, would … Continue reading Does NOBODY see the Potential Headline here?
I Spoke to RI GOP Senate CAndidate Ray McCay at the Northeastern Republican Leadership Conference
Yesterday was the close of NLRC 2014 in Nashua New Hampshire an event that was filled with Republicans from the Northeast talking and feeling optimistic about election 2014. The event was well-managed both by the hotel & by the NHGOP. The party & staff under chair Jennifer Horn did an excellent job putting it together. … Continue reading NLRC 2014 The Elephant in the Room and the Grok outside of it
You might remember I've mentioned Dwayne Stovall a few times on this blog and in an earlier post specifically said he was my pick for the Senate in Texas: Being a Stovall fan I noticed that he seems to have finally broken through to the MSM which has previously totally ignored him as won straw … Continue reading Tea Party Candidate makes CBS in Feb…but not Breitbart
Yesterday we had a field day with Wendy Davis latest Flip Flop both on this site and on Twitter with the hashtag #wendydaviscorebeliefs #wendydaviscorebeliefs I should be gov of #texas #tcot #p2 #Schadenfreude @TwitchyTeam— Peter Ingemi (@DaTechGuyblog) February 12, 2014 It was a lot of fun but Wendy Davis was not the only Texan who … Continue reading Cornyn & Davis A Tale of Two Texans
You've got to be kidding me. DaTechGuy January 31st 2013 The time to take over the GOP (state by state) or set up a real third party (let’s call it the conservative party, like NY state), is NOW, after a historic election that demonstrated the ineptness of the “Wizards of Smart”. Mike Rogers November 9th … Continue reading Brown in NH, the Biggest Mistake the NH GOP can make