Tag Archives: democrat

Great, another Democrat in the Baker administration

Why do only Republicans have to be bipartisan? When Deval Patrick became governor the first thing he did was purge all Republicans who worked in state government.  I know one middle manager who was in the middle of giving a training session when he was walked out of the building by security- his crime?  He was a Republican. Does Charlie…

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David D’Arcangelo, the only real choice for Secretary of State

( – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) The Secretary of State is an important constitutional office. Among his many responsibilities, the Secretary of State is an advocate for the citizenry by providing open access to volumes of information critical to effective state government.  The office is also responsible for making sure that every vote counts and it is the…

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A Broken Compass

An adolescent in the realm of kingdoms, the time has now come for our young nation to leave behind her childish ways. Although born out of the human struggle for life and liberty, our wayward child nation has turned her back on those principles on which she was born, raised and flourished. And like so many of our beloved children…

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My Beloved Country

A number of years ago, I had a blog on the local Worcester Telegram and Gazette Website… called “We the People”. I started it before the Tea Party formed and discontinued it back in 2010.  I’m sure it’s long been forgotten… except in the Google world of archives… but 3 years later… I once again feel compelled to write. Our…

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A Thought Experiment before the Primary

Republicans, it’s time to talk. We have a primary election coming up on Tuesday. Once again our activists seem to be beating the crap out of each other and the candidates. People who should know better are acting in deplorable, passive-aggressive ways as the circular firing squad continues. Many of these arguments come back to positioning on issues and how…

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Another shameless power grab by MA Dems?

It’s been an interesting time for me in Massachusetts this year, seeing the differences (the many, many, many differences) between that state and my home state of  Florida. Both states have a legislature dominated by one party, but with wide variation in how much autonomous power the controlling party really has. When the Republicans who control the Florida House and…

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