Tag Archives: Democrats

Gabriel Gomez Racist Hunter Strikes Again

Gabriel Gomez has apparently found a new line of work. It’s to call others racists, without really knowing them or their work.  And he’s at it again. Michael Graham announced that he is leaving his self-built successful radio show in Massachusetts.  A show which he made profitable when everybody in radio told him he couldn’t.  A show that gave him…

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Evaluating the MA-GOP’s Demands for “Party Unity”

Last year, my State Committeewoman Lisa Barstow put on her Facebook page that she wanted to hear from fellow Republicans from Brookline, Newton and Wellesley [precincts A,C,D,E, and H] what’s working, what’s not, how is the GOP going to see victory in 2014. In the wake of the state party’s officers demanding “party unity” from the base while defending what…

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Senator Reid’s New ObamaCare Low: “They’re Lying!”

The Democrats in Washington are running away as fast as they can from ObamaCare. Mainstream national news affiliates still register majority discontent with President Obama’s signature legislation. Healthcare.gov has been shut down and restarted many times since its botched rollout in October, 2013. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sibelius then lied to Congress, claiming that seven million enrollees was…

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Another day, another Mass Democrat endorsed by Gabriel Gomez

Gabriel Gomez yesterday endorsed another Democrat yesterday.  This time the Democrat is a progressive.  He took to his Facebook page to make the endorsement. I care about electing the best person for the job – not about partisan party politics. I support Roy Avellaneda, Political Candidate for the 2nd Suffolk State Representative seat – because he is the best person…

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Voter Registration Does Not (Have To) Matter

The voter registration in Massachusetts certainly appears daunting. With a three-to-one Democratic spread, and a whole bunch of independents going either way (usually to the left), and an ultimate low of 10% registered Republicans, the Massachusetts GOP has more than its work cut out for taking back Beacon Hill. Or does it? The year 2010 was a watershed year, certainly,…

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