Campaignistration Musical Chairs Continue

The Deval Patrick Campaignistration’s game of musical chairs continues.  Today the Governor fired his Campaignistration’s chief of staff Joan Benjamin-Wallace with his media guy from his Campaignistration’s run for the Governorship.  Where does his political operation begin and his governorship end?  We may never know. n another major personnel shuffle, Governor Deval Patrick is appointing his senior campaign adviser, Doug…

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If this were a Clinton Whitehouse…?

I really do try to be obective in my thouhgts, which is admitedly a tough thing to do in this hyper-partisan age. Often when fellow liberal get mad about an issue or a budding controversy, I step back and replace partisan person or party we’re talking about with an opposite partisan person or party.  (Hey, I am in bizarro world…

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Hey, that’s hitting below the belt!

A story in today’s Washington Post about Britain’s Defense Ministry barring military personnel from from selling personal stories to the media, in the wake of Iran’s release of 15 British sailors and marines held captive by the Islamic Republic, contained this tidbit — “Arthur Batchelor, 20, youngest of the captives, told the Daily Mirror that he ‘cried like a baby’…

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Iraq, some questions from a surrender monkey.

Before I ask my questions to the readers of RedMass Group, I have to give a few qualifiers:  Moktada al-Sadar really has the potential to be the Hitler of the Middle East. We should have arrested him four years ago almost to the day when he was implicated in the murder of a moderate Shiite Mullah who returned from exile…

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Deval Patrick to Labor Relations Commission: No Play, No Pay

Deval Patrick has shifted responsibility for adjudicating labor disputes from a bipartisan commission, to a division headed by friend of labor Suzanne Bump.  The Boston Herald reports. A state board that adjudicates labor disputes has been stripped of its funding by the Patrick administration, and two of its members claim the panel is being punished for hurting unions that…

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