Tag Archives: Scott Brown

Nominate Someone Who Will Win This Time

OK, so the lesson should be pretty clear by now. Brown and Romney were the last Republicans to win elections here, and they were also the last Republicans to stand up for traditional marriage. The Democrats will almost certainly nominate someone who is strongly in favor of gay marriage. Let’s give the voters a choice in the Special Election to…

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Gabriel Gomez: Bankrolling Scott Brown Opponent

(How dare Gabriel Gomez try to use Scott Brown as a shield.  Everyone should remember that we fully supported Scott Brown.  He did not.  The Parade of lies from Gomez continues. BTW:  This isn’t the ACTUAL check.  This isn’t his ACTUAL account information.  Amount, date, and candidate organization are all real and verified by the FEC.  That’s the point. –…

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Another Hat Thrown Into The Ring

( – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) The Framingham Patch is reporting that the Republican Party will have another candidate for the April 30th primary for the US Senate special election.  John  Fetherston, former Chair of the Ashland Board of Selectmen and State Representative candidate, is planning to announce his candidacy today at 5pm.  http://framingham.patch.com/ar… The field is…

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Ann Romney?! Seriously?

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An op ed in yesterday’s Herald revealed that Kaufman and Jones actually are considering Ann Romney for the position. “That would be a very interesting thing. I would certainly love her to think about something like that,” said House Minority Leader Bradley Jones (R-North Reading). Are you kidding me? If that does not show how out of touch our…

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No Scott, So Who’s Next

(Scott Brown was a semi-obscure State Senator when he announced for U.S. Senate in August 2009.  There are a lot of young GOP up & comers, especially in the State House.  Senator Fattman?  Senator Lombardo?  Senator Lyons?  Ok, not all of them are young…. – promoted by Paul R. Ferro) Fresh off the closest Mass GOP Chair election in recent…

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