Guested on Michael Graham's show today during his 2nd hour where we disagreed on Ted Cruz fight to defund Obamacare. Michael said it was useless because in the end Obama will not vote for a bill without Obamacare paid in full. I maintain that this fight is worthwhile and will go result in a ton … Continue reading DaTechGuy: RINO!
Lewis Morris: Mr. Secretary, New York abstains, courteously. John Hancock: Mr. Morris, WHAT IN HELL GOES ON IN NEW YORK? 1776 (1972) In the special election to fill the seat vacated by John Kerry this year Gabriel Gomez only drew 45% of the vote that Scott Brown managed in 2012. Although I supported him once … Continue reading Mr. President Massachusetts Abstains, Courteously
Mandy: You sound Scottish. Amy: I am Scottish. What's wrong with that? Scotland's gotta be here somewhere. Mandy: No. They wanted their own ship. Amy: Good for them. Nothing changes. Doctor Who: The Beast Below 2010 Once upon a time there was a political party in Massachusetts called the GOP that regularly lost elections for … Continue reading The Mass GOP and the Fable of the Mythical Land of “Hispanica”
I drove around a bit today visiting campaign location. Here is what I saw. I also called around to contacts and I seemed to be hearing the same message over and over. Democrats not all that enthused about Markey Not much of a Hispanic Turnout A very low turnout expected but in some areas not … Continue reading Gomez/Markey What I saw at the Polls Today Update: It’s Markey
Other seed fell on rocky ground where it had little soil. It sprang up at once because the soil was not deep. And when the sun rose, it was scorched and it withered for lack of roots. Mark 4:5-6 Today is election day and Gabriel Gomez faces an uphill battle to win what should be … Continue reading Gabriel Gomez Campaign: A campaign among rocky ground
Tomorrow is the special election for the US Senate. The candidates are Gabriel Gomez vs Ed Markey. There has been a lot of back and forth that I haven't cared for we've had those who have said conservatives should not be backing Gomez because of his support for the Gang of 8 & the Obama … Continue reading Gomez, Graham and Markey, 18 Months vs Forever
One of the regular arguments that we're constantly told is that if the GOP would only support the amnesty Immigration Bill it will solve our problems with Latinos or at least be the first step in solving said problems. Here in Massachusetts we have a perfect test of this hypothesis. Gabriel Gomez is the GOP … Continue reading A really good Gabriel Gomez question concerning the
Amnesty Gang of Eight Bill
Oh, I am heartily tired of hearing about what Lee is going to do. Some of you always seem to think he is suddenly going to turn a double somersault, and land in our rear and on both of our flanks at the same time. Go back to your command, and try to think what … Continue reading ….While Gabriel Gomez Makes a Rookie Mistake
A Hispanic student with a 4.0 GPA is the least popular of all Hispanic students Roland Fryer “Acting White” The social price paid by the best and brightest minority students Under normal circumstances Ed Markey's election to the Senate should be a cakewalk. He has a ton of money 36 years of experience in congress … Continue reading Ed Markey’s Allies Play the “acting white” Card….
Sheldon: 60 only takes me to here. I need to get to here. Leonard: What’s there? Sheldon: The earliest estimate of the singularity, when man will be able to transfer his consciousness into machines and achieve immortality. Leonard: So, you’re upset about missing out on becoming some sort of freakish self-aware robot? Sheldon: By this … Continue reading Gomez Ad Fails the Freakish Self Aware Robot Test
An odd side effect of the IRS scandal is how it affects the Senate Campaign of Gabriel Gomez vs Ed Markey While people may not believe it at this time there will almost certainly be a senate committee investigating this matter and if the evidence goes where I think it will go, perhaps even something … Continue reading IRS Scandal a Great Argument for Gomez for Senate
Today is Election Day in Massachusetts and we have two very different races going on. On the democrat side the race is almost a forgone conclusion. Very few people give Rep Stephen Lynch a chance against Ed Markey as the Suffolk University poll indicates David Paleologos, director of the Suffolk University Political Research Center in … Continue reading Massachusetts Senate Special Primary Election A tale of two primaries UPDATE Gomez vs Markey
Yesterday after a rather excellent show, I traveled to Tewksbury Ma Cover the first candidate forum between GOP contenders for the Senate seat vacated by John Kerry. The event, which included a large amount of local candidates for offices from Library Trustee to Selectman was sponsored by the local GOP I spoke to the Chairman … Continue reading Tewksbury GOP Senate and Local Candidate forum