Author Archives: Sarah Barracuda

The Conscience of this Conservative

I consider myself a conservative. I am enrolled as a member of the Republican Party. I define modern day, contemporary conservatism as having the following, minimum criteria: 1) You believe in the principles of smaller, more efficient government. 2) You believe in economic libery free from excessive and unnecessary taxation and you reject the redistribution of wealth.   3) You…

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McKenna : Much Left to Be Desired

By the way, too few have acknowledged this fact: Despite the unprecedented success of the write in campaign mounted by McKenna, his campaign since then has been utterly UNDERWELMING. His TV appearances make me feel awkward his performance has been so bad. This is a classic case of NRFPT … Not Ready For Prime Time! Marsha cleaned his clock on…

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State House News Service poll: Backs up Rasmussen

(This is a REGISTERED Voter poll showing Baker 3 down.  That is a good sign. – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) Just released from the SHNS: 40 % – Deval Patrick 37% –  Charlie Baker 9%  –  Tim Cahill 7 % –  Undecided + / – 4.8%, 400 registered voters This now reinforces the Rasmussen Poll which shows a…

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Primary Thoughts

Here is what I am looking (praying) for in today’s primaries, locally as well as nationally: 1) Mike Castle defeating Christine O’Donnell in Delaware. WHY? Because Christine O’Donnell is to the Delaware GOP what Alan Keyes is to a GOP Presidential Race or what Earl Henry Sholley is to a race against Barney Frank. A Mike Castle nomination will all…

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Tea Party Aftermath

This is hilarious and needs to be put out there, especially on this website. From Yvonne Abraham’s column in today’s Globe:   I was standing in the crowd at the tea party rally on the Common yesterday, enjoying Sarah Palin’s applause lines (Do you love your freedom? We’re not going to stand for it any more! Oh no ya don’t!…

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