Author Archives: Steve Aylward

Steve Aylward is one of the principal owners of Red Mass Group. He is the Republican State Committeeman for Second Suffolk & Middlesex, comprised of Belmont, Watertown, Brighton and Back Bay. In 2014 he was Co-Chairman of the Question 1 - the Ballot Initiative which successfully repealed automatic gas tax hikes.

Romney and Weld – Stupid is a Stupid Does

If you got to see the Libertarian Debate last night, you saw two Massachusetts Republican leaders making fools of themselves.  As a lead in to the debate, Mr. Irrelevant Mitt Romney states that if Bill (Traitor) Weld were at the top of the ticket, he would certainly have to consider voting for the Libertarian ticket.  Then just a few minutes…

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‘Free Willy Weld – free at last!

“Free at last!” exclaimed former MA Governor Bill Weld as he accepted the VP slot on Gary Johnson ticket yesterday at the Libertarian Convention.  Weld pledged his loyalty to he Libertarian Party, stating that he is “Libertarian for life”, which he claimed means “not going back to any other Party”.  Weld also stated that he is “relieved” to finally be…

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Mitt – Please just go away!

When will Mitt Romney go away?  He continues to berate the Republican nominee – chosen by the people – Donald Trump.  As soon as Romney finished his rant, his establishment friend and ally Hillary Clinton picked up on Romney’s talking point about tax returns.  Romney is irrelevant, but like so many other MA Republican leaders he seeks notoriety by being…

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More Liberal Nonsense – the Bathroom Bill Saga Continues

In response to safety, security and privacy concerns relative to open and unrestricted access to all bathroom by all peoples all the time, the Legislature and our Governor have acted.  Sort of.  What they propose is to have the Attorney General – Maura “Hold It” Healy – create guidelines defining the improper use of bathrooms.  No provision for convicted sex…

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MFI Weighs in on the Bathroom Bill

When Baker was spending hundreds of thousands to defeat me and other conservatives on the Republican State Committee, was it that he wanted to replace family oriented,  religious,  law abiding God fearing conservatives with proponents of the Bathroom Bill?   Does the Republican Establishment honestly believe they would be better off replacing us with a more diverse crowd?  Charlie – say…

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Baker and the Bathroom Bill

In the wake of the decision last year by Governor Baker, along with his colleagues Kaufman, Weld et al to file a brief in Federal Court standing against Republican Party values and for Democrat Party values, the Watertown Republican Town Committee met subsequently to discuss that particular matter, among other things.  At the meeting, Baker Cabinet member Elizabeth Mahoney took…

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