If you are spending any time on twitter you will find that the vitriol between conservatives/republicans on the "Never Trump" side and supports of the victorious Donald has if possible gotten worse with an almost religious fervor. In one sense I understand the problem, it comes down to this: Strong fiscal/social conservatives like myself had … Continue reading My Message to Donald Trump Supporters & Never Trump folks GROW UP!
According to this fellow something that he accuses of Durant doing 10 years ago (that has no basis in reality) proves that Durant is trying to steal an election that he has been ahead of in every single count. This is even though in every city where Mr. Durant won, the recounts were held in … Continue reading So let me get this straight on Durant…
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
The blog stop shouting has only 4 posts in it over the last 3 years, but this one should be repeated everywhere. You MUST go to her site and read this but I'm going to grab just a few pieces to share its awesomeness: I have been silent long enough. I have bent, I have … Continue reading Stop Shouting writes the post of the decade
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
Syracuse.com via Live at 5 reports that the lawyers are in town: Cars with Maryland, Michigan and Kansas license plates are parked outside the Wayne County Board of Elections in Lyons, a rural Erie Canal crossroads between Rochester and Syracuse. Inside, lawyers for U.S. Rep. Dan Maffei, D-DeWitt, and challenger Ann Marie Buerkle are seated … Continue reading Here comes the lawyers to NY 25
Following up on my last post I spoke to Ann Marie Buerkle this week: DaTechGuy: How are the absentee ballots looking so far? Ann Marie Buerkle: They are looking pretty good absentee ballots are breaking more from areas I've done well in. DTG: So what kind of tactics have you been seeing the other side … Continue reading My Interview with Ann Marie Buerkle
In a conference call with the ACU I was able to talk to Randy Altschuler the republican in NY-1 who currently leads the count in that district by about 600 votes. The machines in Suffolk county have been impounded and they are being audited right now, so far no problems have been found in machines. … Continue reading Can you help Randy Altschuler in NY-1?
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.
In June of 1812 the United States of America declared War on Great Briton over a variety of causes not the least of which was the impressment of sailors from American merchant ships into the British Navy (which was at the time involved in a life and death struggle with Napoleon and France). Four months … Continue reading 4 Americans Two Campaigns Bainbridge Stewart Limbaugh Palin
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!
The last pre-polls closed moment I had was with Annie DiMartino who I didn't realize was Annie until I came up to her wrapped up in a heavy coat and a hat. Off Camera Annie thought that both Deval and Olver would win by a hair, she figured the project money for Olver would make … Continue reading Annie DiMartino and Hungary 1958 Mass. 2010
If I had to pick the biggest surprise of the night it was the defeat of Mary Z for Auditor, there is absolutely no comparison between the two candidates. Apparently the unions pulled the straight party line and their ground game was ASTOUNDING! It was a very long night, had to travel to Springfield and … Continue reading A long night for DaTechGuy
This has been a good day for the country and a disastrous day for Massachusetts. We wasted the best opportunity we've had to make effect actual change in the state in years. This requires several messages to several different groups so I will state them in order. 1. To the Democratic Machine: Congratulations, you managed … Continue reading Massachusetts gets the government it deserves
...about what will happen in Massachusetts today, does that mean all the work we've done is for naught? au contraire consider: Every Dollar that the DNCC and interest groups raise to shore up Massachusetts is a dollar they can't spend elsewhere Every Dollar that congressional democrats in Massachusetts have to spend on their own campaigns … Continue reading Let’s work under the assumption that I’m totally wrong…