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MA GOP Charlie Baker: To Obama’s Left?

In a 2010 interview with Boston Globe guest columnist Yvonne Abraham, Republican gubernatorial candidate Charlie Baker claimed to be “to the left of Barack Obama” on social issues. Well. Some aggressive progressives are deeply disappointed with their President, claiming that he has played centrist on so many issues. Such is the fate of every ideologue once he takes a leadership…

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Senator Tisei is a great choice for Lieutenant Governor

The Massachusetts Senate Republican Caucus congratulates Senate Minority Leader Richard Tisei on his decision to join the Charlie Baker team as a candidate for Lieutenant Governor.  Richard has been a terrific leader in the Senate, fighting against over-taxation, unbalanced budgets and wasteful government spending, and we know he and Charlie Baker will continue this fight as they campaign for the…

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Senator Tisei Talks Taxes

(edited to embed video. – promoted by DD4RP) Now that the state has raised the sales, meals and hotel taxes, created new alcohol and satellite dish taxes, and increased just about every fee imaginable, what’s left?  Hold onto your wallets, because there’s already some rumblings on Beacon Hill to increase the income tax, a move which would spell disaster for…

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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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