Tag Archives: spending

We take the lumps. Teachers get the sum

( – promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) There was so much discussion last year about how the Stimulus Bill was saving and creating jobs. This was especially true of public union jobs including teachers. Without this money, teachers would be laid off. With the money, towns would be able to hire additional teachers, reducing class sizes and improving education.…

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Now is the time to get it done

( – promoted by Mike “DD4RP” Rossettie) HI Folks, This week we passed the one month mark to Election Day.  Wow!  Every day really counts now, so let’s stay focused on what we need to get done during the next 25 days and make sure everyone realizes that we are the team to take Massachusetts in a new direction and…

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New poll results show the race is tightening

( – promoted by Paul R. Ferro) Hi Folks – Great news today from a new Rasmussen Reports poll that has the governor’s race tightening between me and Governor Patrick, and it’s now at 42% to 45%. As the race gets closer, people are making up their minds and recognizing that we have the message and the plans to get…

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“Cut spending” a complete pipe dream

There is no political will or history from either party to cut spending in any meaningful way. When you understand facts like this, you see why, no matter what the candidates say, they are forced to follow the same policy as their opponent (see Obama in Iraq and Afghanistan.) As a slogan, “cut spending” is just an excuse to hate…

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What’s at Stake in the 5th District Election

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – this is a critical election against a critical opponent. Niki Tsongas is not an independent-minded standalone Congresswoman like her late husband was; she’s part of the problem. And believe me when I tell you that Washington has a problem. In my last note I talked about the massive debt climbing…

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