Tag Archives: political correctness

Niki Tsongas: On “Undocumented workers”

The comedy show that is the Niki Tsongas campaign keeps on giving us gems.  In an interview on the “NightSide with Dan Rea” radio program on Thursday night, Niki Tsongas refused to call illegal immigrants just that.  She said she prefers “undocumented workers”, Dan Rea called her on it and said, what if they aren’t working.  Watch the video to…

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Canadian Mark Steyn on Deval Patrick’s 9/11 Remarks

Canadian (Albertan) Conservative Columnist Mark Steyn has weighed in on the Deval Patrick speech controversy.  His column is a must read, and further proves Jon Keller’s point regarding Massachusetts Meanwhile our differently winged friends are still clueless as to why this is a big deal.  Their moral relativism sees nothing wrong with Patrick’s statements. Here is a brief part…

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Deval Patrick’s eloquence exposed.

These are Devalue Patrick’s own words used to describe events he has witnessed. 1.) Describing a church burning – “An Epidemic of Terror”.
2.) Describing the raid on illegal immigrants in New Bedford “A Humanitarian Crisis”.
3.) Describing his getting hit by an empty soda can as a kid “A Bloody Mess”.
4.) The terrorist attack that left 3,000 innocent…

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Chairman Torkildsen Responds to Deval Patrick

I just got this press release from the State Party.  I thought you’d all be interested in our Party’s response to Governor Patrick’s comparison of the 9/11 terrorists to Nelson from the Simpsons. MassGOP Chairman and former Congressman Peter Torkildsen today reacted to Governor Patrick’s outrageous statement that 9/11 terrorist attacks resulted “from a failure of human understanding.” Torkildsen, who…

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Deval Patrick on 9/11 tragedy

I heard snippets of Deval Patrick’s speech commemorating the 6th anniversary of 9/11.  I was most struck by his insightful and thoughtful understanding of human emotions and how our failure to love each other has caused this tragic war.  His words ring true for all generations to admire and this particular quote I found haunting: ”Among many other things, Sept.…

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