Author Archives: Brent041

The Hidden Tax in Obamacare

On March 23, 2010, President Obama signed into law the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (the “PPACA”).  The PPACA had originated, and was first passed, by the Senate less than two months after a rival health care reform bill had been passed by the House of Representatives.  With the death of Senator Edward Kennedy of Massachusetts and the election…

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Paul Loscocco Releases Statement

Last Friday, October 1st, I withdrew from the Cahill ticket because I was convinced that Tim Cahill could no longer win and I did not want to be part of what I viewed as a concerted effort to re-elect Deval Patrick as Governor. I have been attacked considerably in the media over the past several days for making this important…

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Charlie Baker for Governor

( – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) I endorse Charlie Baker and Richard Tisei for Governor and Lieutenant Governor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. As you all know, up until now I have been a vocal, passionate and aggressive supporter of Tim Cahill (who I met through my longtime friend, Paul Loscocco).  So let me start off by saying…

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Suffolk Poll: Patrick 41, Baker 34, Cahill 14

According to the Boston Herald: Nearly half of all prospective voters either don’t know who Republican gubernatorial candidate Charlie Baker is or haven’t made up their minds about him, a new Suffolk University/7News poll shows. The survey of 500 registered voters, conducted Thursday through Sunday, shows 26 percent are undecided about Baker’s favorability and another 16 percent have never heard…

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Cahill Calls for Transportation Reform

Part of Charlie Baker’s Big Dig financing plan allowed Massachusetts to borrow $1.5 billion in an arragement that allowed the state to repay the principal with federal future highway grants.  (The interest would be paid back by the taxpayers.)   As a result of this scheme, our federal highway funds will be encumbered until 2015. While the Legislature approved the…

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Baker website changed to remove photo linking Obama and Hitler

On the heels of the Hudak “Who Dat” scandal: The campaign of Republican Charles D. Baker, under pressure from the Democratic Party, has abruptly deleted an online photo of a supporter wearing a T-shirt that compares President Obama to Hitler. Governor Deval L. Patrick’s campaign aides jumped on the issue earlier this morning, asserting that the presence of the photo…

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