Tag Archives: MA GOP

Good Morning Conservative Grassroots

Take a moment to watch this “Morning Joe” clip Dan Allie shared on FB: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v… It’s almost like Presidential Candidate Buddy Roemer directs his criticism toward those in the shadows around the top tier of the MA GOP. Roemer raises striking parallels and similarities. Substitute his use of the terms “special interests”, “K Street”, “something sticks”, et al., with terms…

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The Dudley Declaration

One year ago, we re-established the Dudley Republican Town Committee.  Today, we have over 30 members.  Our membership played an important role in the McKenna Campaign and the local state reps, State Senate, Sheriff and Governor’s Council races throughout Southern Worcester County. One of the first tasks we undertook was to define what our committee believed in. We like to…

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Its time for a Change at the State GOP

Listed below are all that should step down and let true Conservitives with the keys to win a race take over, Wow that would be neat winning a race for the GOP in MA. Time to clean out the stahll off all the RINO and wana bees who are holding our party back. We all know who needs to go…

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Transparency for a Brighter Future

There are many questions to be asked about the state and direction of the Massachusetts Republican party.  However, in presenting these questions, we all must act in a measured way. Republicans and conservatives stand for acting responsibly, while offering pragmatic solutions. Now is a time to act worthy of ourselves, and not rush to conclusions. One conclusion we should not…

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Poll: Is Social Conservatism the Answer

Last Tuesday night we all experienced election results that were disappointing and unexpected.  The search for reasons and how to best prepare for 2011 and 2012 has begun as reflected in the majority of the posts on RMG during the last week.  Posts pointing out what went right, what went wrong, and outright calling for people to resign at all…

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