Tag Archives: Governor Deval Patrick

Beaty Asks Governor Patrick, Murray & Others, To Sign ‘Taxpayer Protection Pledge’

For social justice reasons, and simply as one of the tens of thousands of registered voters and citizens of this Commonwealth, I am writing to openly, respectfully and impartially call upon Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick, Senate President Therese Murray, House Speaker Robert DeLeo, State Senator Dan Wolf, as well as all federal, state, county & municipal public office incumbents and…

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Coalition of MA Tea Party and Liberty leaders call for action!

(Why does George Noel still have a job? – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) Massachusetts Tea Party and Liberty activists call for Governor’s action on escalating violent rhetoric expressed by MA officeholders and employees A coalition of Massachusetts Tea Party and Liberty activists has today sent a letter to Governor Deval Patrick’s office.  In it, leaders ask the Governor…

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GOP Amendments Show Hack’s True Colors

The head of the state’s pension fund is stepping down from his $322,000 a year post next month, citing “personal” reasons as well as concerns about a pair of government reforms being promoted by the Senate Republican Caucus. News reports of Michael Travaglini’s announcement referenced two GOP proposals that would limit how much money he and other state employees would…

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Senator Tisei on Governor’s 9C cuts

( – promoted by DD4RP) The day of reckoning has arrived, after several years of mismanagement and overspending by the current Administration, combined with months of declining revenues. What jumps out at me about Governor Patrick’s proposal is that he is resorting to budget cuts that will harm the state’s most vulnerable residents, but he is still not doing anything…

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Senator Tisei on Governor Patrick’s economic summit

( – promoted by EaBo Clipper) Today’s so-called “economic summit” was really nothing more than another stop on Governor Patrick’s re-election campaign. It’s unfortunate that the Governor only invited his political supporters to participate. If he had invited a wider cross-section of Massachusetts business owners, he would no doubt have heard about how the recent increase in the sales tax…

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