Stick a Fork in Hillary She’s Done

One of the illusionary advantages to being connected in a totalitarian systems is that because laws unevenly enforced meaning rules that others are ruined by don't apply to you. The thing is people who ignore the rules tend to forget them so if you fall out of favor with the powers that be then suddenly … Continue reading Stick a Fork in Hillary She’s Done

The DaTechGuy 2012 Regrets I’ve had a few Poll

We've been hearing how people have turned on Barack Obama and how people regret their votes for him but with Tea Party anger at the GOP still present how much of that regret still actually exists? I thought I'd find out by our 2012 Regrets I've had a few poll [poll id="2"]   You can … Continue reading The DaTechGuy 2012 Regrets I’ve had a few Poll

Obama’s 2012 straw man: Bain Capital

By John Ruberry It's hard to fathom now, but one of the major issues of the 2012 presidential campaign was Mitt Romney's 15-year leadership of the Boston-based private equity firm Bain Capital, which he co-founded. Two years later President Obama, who of course defeated Romney in '12, faces multiple crises, including scandals involving IRS targeting of … Continue reading Obama’s 2012 straw man: Bain Capital

Field Guide to NLRC 2014 Nashua: Senator Rick Santorum

Senator Rick Santorum spoke at the NLRC 2014 event: After his speech he gave me a few minutes I firmly believe that if we had nominated Senator Santorum last time around he would be President Santorum today and we'd be a lot better off. ************************************************ It's Tuesday my wife's birthday and we're Still at $87 … Continue reading Field Guide to NLRC 2014 Nashua: Senator Rick Santorum

Bridgegate Gov Christie’s Gift to the GOP (Really!)

REMINDER: In 2009, Barack Obama “Joked” About Having The IRS Audit His Enemies. Glenn Reynolds As everyone knows I'm a tea party republican so one might think that I'd be delighted because Chris Christie is in hot water, well I am delighted but for a totally different reason. This Morning MSNBC, and the rest of … Continue reading Bridgegate Gov Christie’s Gift to the GOP (Really!)

What a Difference Three Years makes

I remember the first Scott Brown campaign. The crowds were incredible, the excitement was contagious, people in Massachusetts really believed it was a sign that the direction that had led us to ruin for decades might actually be ending. And the Grass Roots that had been silent for years, the people who were sick of … Continue reading What a Difference Three Years makes

The Danger of the Party Press and Voter Line

You know when playing "follow the leader" with a political party is a problem?  When that leader lies through his teeth and you mimic him: How many Democrats made the promise? There's no comprehensive list of all of them, but Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell's office has compiled a list of 27 Democratic senators who … Continue reading The Danger of the Party Press and Voter Line

Remember when Rick Santorum was just some Alarmist

Boy how time flies. I Remember those heady days of Yesteryear. That time only 17 months ago when Rick Santorum was making this point in Concord New Hampshire: “How about the argument that all men are created equal and the right to happiness?” Santorum pounces: “Are we saying everyone has the right to marry?” The … Continue reading Remember when Rick Santorum was just some Alarmist

Demoralized as Hell: If you do Everything Edition

He took long chances but he took them because he had to. If Grant had not had superior numbers, he might have taken chances as long as Lee took. The only way to win for Lee was with long chances, and it made him brilliant. Shelby Foote on Robert E. Lee For a very long … Continue reading Demoralized as Hell: If you do Everything Edition

Speeches of CPAC Mitt Romney

Mitt Romney gave a speech that was well received at CPAC Mitt could have given a "well I wasn't conservative enough for you eh? How's that working out, but that's simply not his nature. It hasn't taken long for the country to figure out it's made a huge mistake, by 2014 I suspect the people … Continue reading Speeches of CPAC Mitt Romney

A reading from the book of the Prophet DaTechGuy

I was researching my archives for a post I'm planning when I came across this rather prophetic one from Jan 13th 2012, one year ago today Two years ago it appeared the tide of to progressivism had been stemmed, that the basic philosophy of government being there to take care of the people who served, … Continue reading A reading from the book of the Prophet DaTechGuy

A tale of two pols and two medias

Hey Guess what Charlie Crist decided he now believes as of yesterday: Former Florida Gov. Charlie Crist, who throughout his long political career has been staunchly pro-gun rights, said Wednesday that after the Connecticut school slayings, he now backs controls That quite a switch but the explanation is simple: Crist recently became a Democrat and … Continue reading A tale of two pols and two medias

Meanwhile in Barrington NH… UPDATE MEA CULPA

While we ponder the questions the left isn't asking about the reaction to Operation Pillar of Defense Granite Grok is still there and keeping an eye on some questions that have yet to be answered about the late election, first the stats: First, in a town with 5000 plus voters there were 630 new registrations … Continue reading Meanwhile in Barrington NH… UPDATE MEA CULPA

Subscriber Tease: Our Interesting Hiring Standards

This weeks' Subscription Commentary involves hiring standards and what a person does to get a job. Strangely enough it seems we don't use these standards when selecting a president, funny that. The full commentary available only with the password is here, to view it simply hit DaTipJar and I'll send you the code as soon … Continue reading Subscriber Tease: Our Interesting Hiring Standards

Saturday’s DaTechGuy on DaRadio now available

This weeks show where we talk election 2012 with our listeners is now available here You'll want to pay attention particularly to the Obama defenders. I asked them for positive reasons to vote for him, I heard Abortion, but when I asked about the economy it was all: "It's not his fault" That in itself … Continue reading Saturday’s DaTechGuy on DaRadio now available

Mandate, You keep using that word…

Today on Morning Joe the magic word is "mandate" The people around the table are insisting that the president has a mandate for tax increases. Strangely enough the MSM didn't have that opinion after a different president had a larger margin of victory: Begin with the facts: A 51-48 percent victory is not a mandate … Continue reading Mandate, You keep using that word…

Always Trust Sarah Palin when it comes to picking candidates…

... as A Time for Choosing writes: During the primary season, Sarah was batting 1000 until Missouri, when her candidate, Sarah Steelman, who was polling the strongest against democrat Claire McCaskill, and was an almost sure winner, lost to Todd Akin after some shenanigans by democrats. Akin almost immediately lost the election by saying incredibly … Continue reading Always Trust Sarah Palin when it comes to picking candidates…

Pointing out the obvious: we don’t have to sit around and take it

Stacy McCain has a great post up about the "bizarre statistical improbabilities" of Obama winning over 99% of the vote in some districts that also have over 100% turnout. We can complain about voter fraud and sound like a bunch of conspiracy theorists and/or sore losers, or we can prove voter fraud and thwart it … Continue reading Pointing out the obvious: we don’t have to sit around and take it