God: My last miracle was the '69 mets Oh God 1977 Last night when I got home late from my youngest's 21st I saw a tweet from a local liberal who occasionally tweaks me. He had an interesting question concerning one of the congressional races @DaTechGuyblog Are you for or against Richard Tisei I'm not against … Continue reading Republican Voters as Tevye in MA-6
Well the Massachusetts & New Hampshire Primaries are over and I have thoughts about the results 1. I think Martha Coakley has one advantage over Steve Grossman when it comes to facing Charlie Baker, because she has lost a race to a republican she is unlikely to take him lightly. Granted it's unlikely the prospect … Continue reading Some Post Primary Thoughts From Ma & NH
Richard Tisei seemed poised to score a win over John "Taxes? What Taxes?" Tierney in a race that would add at least one GOP seat to the Massachusetts House delegation. There is no question that Tisei is a better choice than Tierney who frankly had no business being re-elected in 2010, but Mr. Tisei has … Continue reading Is Richard Tisei catching “Scozzafever”?
As a resident of Massachusetts rather embarrassed by this story: With his wife still under house arrest until August, U.S. Rep. John F. Tierney will be going stag to Friday night’s major Women Taking the Lead for Tierney fund-raiser, spokesmen for the couple confirmed yesterday. emphasis mine Just a reminder of what cost her that … Continue reading Massachusetts you did this to yourself (continued)
Just before I went to Blogcon I said this about Bill Hudak: Hudak is an excellent speaker who did something that instantly made me like him. He started to run MONTHS before Scott Brown was elected and way before anyone thought the democrats were in trouble. One of the advantages of standing up and fighting … Continue reading The Massachusetts 6th district just got a whole lot more interesting