Today on DaTechGuy on DaRadio 10 AM we will deliver the Post mortem for Election 2012 We will talk about the Missing GOP voters, the president's shrinking voter base and the apparent mandate for gridlock as the GOP House is returned to power. As always we want to hear from you, give us a call … Continue reading DaTechGuy on DaRadio 10 AM EST Post Mortem
The first event this week for me that was unexpected was Mitt Romney's defeat, the second was Question #2's defeat And then once Barack Obama was safely re-elected a lot of unexpected things suddenly started happening: At Nextel: NII Holdings, which operates mobile services under the Nextel brand in Latin America, announced that it is … Continue reading An Unexpected Parade of Events
The traffic should have been the first clue. After I left the Nashoba Club Restaurant for dinner (the best decision I made of the night) I headed down to the convention center, when I hit I93 south the traffic was bumper to bumper with police stopping people on the side. I had to make my … Continue reading Last night and today “Two Countries living inside one Border”
Had a long wait trying to get my credentials apparently instead of being at the Convention center they were at Romney HQ rather than here so I had a bit of a wait before actually getting in. Once I got in I've found it fairly boring, My PC was near dead from traveling and the … Continue reading At the Romney HQ is Boston 9:51 $4.75 Diet Pepsi and waiting: And again
Today's commentary is about the gives that will tell you where this election is going to end up 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 as I see the confirmation e-mail. If you don't want to worry about … Continue reading Subscriber Tease the Media’s gives for election evening
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Because of my late night last night I didn't get to the polls until 11:30 The lines were VERY long and had been all day. According to the numbers my particular ward is seeing nearly triple the normal votes, I suspect this is due to the Brown Warren Race Here is my live report As … Continue reading Election Day Massachusetts first report UPDATE 2:38 PM Update 5:28
I'm going to be very busy today so before I go off and vote and check various races here are the videos / photos from the Scott Brown & Mitt Romney events that I didn't get up last night. Interviews (Voters always come first, they are the most important) Mitt Volunteer from last night Mystery … Continue reading Stray videos and photos Romney & Brown Events
For those of you who are unsure of where this election is exit polls or no, this is going to be the give on election day. If you read Bill Sharman's Book on the 2000 election one of the things he talked about was the calling of states. If a state was going for George … Continue reading Election day Gives for the MSM
I'm currently inside the Verizon wireless arena as the public is just being let in to see Mitt Romney for the final NH Rally before election day, but before I came in I talked to the people in line. A gentleman from security told me the lines were the size Obama drew when he came … Continue reading The People waiting to see Mitt Romney in Manchester NH election eve
The Moran Square Diner has been a Fitchburg fixture for decades host hosting locals. Years ago Senator Edward Kennedy put away a Cheeseburger and a dog at this corner booth during his visit. With election day 24 hours away Senator Scott Brown Bus came to Fitchburg and after speaking to the crowd sat in that … Continue reading Scott Brown at the Moran Square Diner and the Race for Senate
The folks at PEW have released their last poll of the year and their headline seems to be good news for President Obama and bad news for me who has predicted his defeat: Barack Obama has edged ahead of Mitt Romney in the final days of the presidential campaign. In the Pew Research Center’s election … Continue reading Demoralized as Hell, the Final Gasp Pew Poll (Update and CNN is FUNNIER!)
If you want to know why the GOP has done so well lately, it's because we have candidates like Susannah Whipps Lee. Anyone who spends 5 minutes with this woman will see she has incredible potential, but more interesting is that she is running a business that employes a ton of people. She could be … Continue reading Voices of the Candidates Susannah Whipps Lee
This weeks commentary is all about elections and responsibility: You can see the whole thing here, to view it simply hit DaTipJar and I'll send you the code as soon as I see the confirmation e-mail. If you don't want to worry about ever missing a single video choose any subscription level Beanie : $2.00USD … Continue reading Subscriber Tease, Elections and Responsibility
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Never let a good crisis go to waste Rahm Emmanuel There is nothing more dangerous than an excuse DaTechGuy Back in 2010 when the MSM needed something ANYTHING to pretend the Tea Party Rallies were nothing special they grasped onto the Coffee Party (you might remember them) the other 98 percent (I doubt you remember … Continue reading Hurricane Sandy the 2012 Jon Stewart Rally for the MSM
You are Obsolete The Twilight Zone 1961 Indeed the safest road to Hell is the gradual one—the gentle slope, soft underfoot, without sudden turnings, without milestones, without signposts, C.S. Lewis The Screwtape Letters #12 Because of the storm which Cancelled the Romney event in NH on Tuesday I was able to attend the weekly game … Continue reading Question 2: “Would you suffocate your mother?”
Sen Fred Thompson was minority counsel during the Watergate Hearings, who asked the famous question concerning the recording system in the White House so he knows from cover ups: BLUE ASH, Ohio – Former Sen. Fred Thompson today said he was “totally disgusted” by the Obama administration’s handling of the Libya terrorist attack, saying that … Continue reading “This is probably the biggest cover-up in American history – and you’re talking to an expert in cover-ups,”
Today we have a special Bonus commentary where I go through the choices on my ballot and tell you who I will be voting for and why. As you might guess there are not a lot of surprises here but if you want to know the reasoning behind it here is your chance.
Two years ago when I had my road trip with Stacy McCain we hit the PA-10 race where Tom Mario was trying to win his first term in the house. While in PA I met one of the most experienced political people I ever met Hughey (pronounced Huey) Woodring who accurately told us what was … Continue reading PA-10 Hughey Woodring and Pennsylvania in Play