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Five Things: Hughes Keeps Pressure up, Gas Tax Repeal Effort, Software Tax Repeal Effort and more

Kirsten Hughes Keeps Up Pressure on Dem Flip Floppers In yesterday’s Lowell Sun Kirsten Hughes kept up the pressure on Democratic tax flip floppers. In the middle of a summer heat wave, in an off-election year, when a royal baby and courthouse dramas captured the public’s attention, the Democrats at the Statehouse enacted massive tax increases worth at least…

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Update on Lizzy Warren’s ‘marauding bands’ seizing everything.

( – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) Remember when Democrat, and founder of the Occupy Wall Street’ movement (‘movement’ – no pun intended) told us that marauding bands of people would run through the streets seizing everything from our factories?  Remember that? Here is a link: Well it appears that she is right.  In Syracuse, NY a ‘marauding band’…

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it’s not evry day that the President is an active party in felony fraud

(When will Attorney General Martha Coakley investigate Deval Patrick and his ties to Evergreen Solar? – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) http://www.nationalreview.com/… By making comments in his speech about Solyndra about the company’s financial viability, Andy McCarthy posits that criminal fraud was perpetrated against the United States. In this case, by the Obama administration. The Solyndra debacle is not…

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Governor Patrick – Yes We Can! put MA residents as risk

(Start those calls – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) Our esteemed Governor announced this morning that after conducting Pubic Forums on the federal Secure Communities program, he has decided we want out. Hmmmm – how many of these forums (before you cancelled half of them) did you attend, Sir? This dangerous, illogical, strategic, politically-calculated-to-drive-support-to-Obama decision brings to mind those…

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Letting Killers go

When should a life sentence mean life? This is the subject of tomorrow’s Friday Throwdown news chat at the Boston Herald. Join in. It’s hard enough to get convictions — what’s the rush to free violent criminals once law enforcement finally gets them locked up? From the Throwdown story on the Herald website: “Dominic Cinelli, Daniel Tavares Jr., Michael Gentile.…

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