(Really John, you blocked me. How droll. You know I can just put you in a tweetdeck search and see your tweets in real time right. And I can see them if I go to twitter.com/johnewalshdem. Seems pretty childish to me. – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) Earlier today Massachusetts Democratic Party Chairman John Walsh called Scott Brown …Read More »
October 23, 2009 President Obama: Last evening I had the opportunity to be at the Westin Copley Place. I took the picture you see to the left. It is a picture of one of the podiums from which you will speak tomorrow. From that podium you have two choices. You can praise the work of the Massachusetts Democratic Party and…Read More »
Earlier this month John Walsh tried to say that the change of law to allow Governor Deval Patrick to appoint a Senator differed substantially from that proposed by Republicans in 2004 and 2006. His main point was that it did not prohibit the interim appointment from running in the special election. Well he was wrong. First and foremost, remember this:…Read More »
John Walsh, aka John from Abington, is trying to spin the bold faced politics being practiced by his party over on Blue Mass Group. His word contortions are nothing if not humorous, consider this gem: First and foremost, remember this: NO DEMOCRAT voted in 2004 against the proposal that Senator Kennedy put forward in the days before his death:…Read More »
Massachusetts Republican Party Chairwoman, Jennifer Nassour, is not currently accepting a salary & she made such a pledge well known during her candidacy for office. Perhaps our new MassGOP leader, and former Governor Mitt Romney, are role models for the Massachusetts Democratic Party?! Let me explain! Today’s Boston Herald is reporting that George Barnoski…Read More »
(Merrimack Man has a great map in the comments.
This article was sent to me today by a friend! ABINGTON – John Walsh, freshly re-elected as chairman of the state Democratic Party, said he believes the party can do better than controlling 90 percent of the Legislature and every constitutional office. “I anticipate there will be contests in 2010, and we’re not shying away from those,” the lifelong Abington…Read More »