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  • Ted Cruz gets specific on 'abolishing the IRS'

    04/29/2015 10:16:55 AM PDT · 58 of 59
    Article10 to generally

    I pray that citizens, especially the ones on FR get behind the 17th Amendment being repealed.

    If not, the shadow of the former Republic will truly fade forever. My children will have to make their way in a truly dark world.

    The flower has been almost been cut off from its moral roots. The final cut will be the electoral college removal.

    There is nothing civil about war. The free sh*t crowd will not die easy.

  • Ted Cruz gets specific on 'abolishing the IRS'

    04/28/2015 11:53:07 AM PDT · 56 of 59
    Article10 to generally

    Far too much power is located in DC... The Uni-party will fight to keep it. The 17th has to be repealed or nothing will be lasting, no true reform can occur. The 17th Amendment is like a form of Cancer on our Republic. It has to be eliminated in order for the patient to recover and survive.

    Imagine 50 or is it 57 State Governors, involved and up for elections on different cycles... even with current technology, the power in DC would checked to an appropriate level.

  • Ted Cruz gets specific on 'abolishing the IRS'

    04/28/2015 3:46:37 AM PDT · 42 of 59
    Article10 to Hostage

    You are correct....in my opinion, meet the new boss...same as the...

    Any overhaul or closing of any Federal Agency... will be a sum zero proposition unless the 17th Amendment is repealed completely. It will be a kick the can down the road legislation. Does anyone really think our Federal Legislature and Government will care or change... look to the many felonies or crimes not be addressed right now: IRS Lois Learner, EPA e mails, Boston bombers, Benghazi, current pResident eligibility...

    Fedzilla and K street will just morph into a new larger virus on the American citizen.

  • The Fortune 500 companies that didn't pay a PENNY in 2014 income tax despite being worth BILLIONS

    04/13/2015 12:20:01 PM PDT · 35 of 87
    Article10 to martinidon

    Fruit of the 17th Amendment and it’s malignant sister the 16th amendment

  • Crony Biofuel Politics Wag the Dog

    03/14/2015 10:25:58 AM PDT · 5 of 25
    Article10 to C. Edmund Wright

    More proof the 17th amendment needs to be repealed

  • Why Hillary’s Talking Points Don’t Add Up

    03/11/2015 6:21:54 AM PDT · 24 of 29
    Article10 to PGalt

    Not going to happen...it’s the uniparty. ..

    The Republican’t side of the uniparty does not ripples on the mill pond of Congress.

    Time to repeal the 17th amendment

  • Ethanol: The GOP-supported rip-off

    03/07/2015 8:17:20 AM PST · 13 of 60
    Article10 to bestintxas

    More proof to repeal the 17th amendment. ...till then we will suffer under the uniparty

  • Coburn: Convention of States Needed Because Washington Will Never Fix Itself

    03/06/2015 4:36:40 AM PST · 29 of 56
    Article10 to nathanbedford

    Having watched multiple important elections at the state level the Liberals are way more organized on important issues. they will not be as organized or motivated if the 17th amendment is repealed. For a convention...they will be out in force...repeal of the 17th, the left will not understand as much, thus the chance to get it repealed.

    Conservatives at least have a fighting chance state level for senators being appointed as the founding fathers intended.

    Term limits will only produce a permanent class of bureaucracy much like the byzantine empire

    Our Founding fathers knew history well

    Repeal the 17th first...then ponder the 16th

  • Coburn: Convention of States Needed Because Washington Will Never Fix Itself

    03/06/2015 2:33:52 AM PST · 21 of 56
    Article10 to nathanbedford

    I would rather the 17th amendment repealed first...use article V as leverage...

    The organized liberal political machines on the state level will over ride any conservative agenda..

    trust but verify. ..walk before running. I say this out of the fact conservatives cannot unify and time and again fail to organize to win on serious election matters...

  • Republican Leadership Admits they are Democrats

    03/04/2015 9:08:49 AM PST · 8 of 29
    Article10 to tennmountainman

    More proof we need to repeal the 17th amendment.

  • When Free Institutions Fail.

    03/04/2015 9:02:13 AM PST · 32 of 42
    Article10 to joethedrummer

    Agreed, but we have say we tried...

  • When Free Institutions Fail.

    03/04/2015 6:11:00 AM PST · 26 of 42
    Article10 to Bryanw92

    Yes, that is the danger of opening that box....

    I think it’s time for all on FR and the Tea party to focus on one issue: Repealing the 17th Amendment.

  • When Free Institutions Fail.

    03/04/2015 6:08:02 AM PST · 25 of 42
    Article10 to Jacquerie

    It is never too late, but have to repeal the 17th.

    It will right this ship. Our Founding Fathers were not stupid when they stood this thing called the USA up.

    Time to take it back.

  • The Hillary Cover-Up and the End of Democracy

    03/04/2015 4:56:12 AM PST · 14 of 49
    Article10 to Russ

    Start hitting your Senators, and get others to do the same

  • Obama pressing for federal control of local police

    03/04/2015 4:53:37 AM PST · 43 of 84
    Article10 to Starstruck

    Time to repeal the 17th amendment. It will end the uniparty and avoid misery and blood shed.

  • Obama pressing for federal control of local police

    03/04/2015 4:51:25 AM PST · 42 of 84
    Article10 to Perseverando

    Time to repeal the 17th amendment

  • When Free Institutions Fail.

    03/04/2015 4:38:34 AM PST · 16 of 42
    Article10 to Jacquerie

    Repeal the 17th amendment,

    To make it really hurt, repeal the 16th amendment

  • The Hillary Cover-Up and the End of Democracy

    03/04/2015 4:35:30 AM PST · 4 of 49
    Article10 to BCW

    Time to repeal the 17th amendment

  • New name for Washington Politicians

    03/03/2015 2:07:04 PM PST · 9 of 17
    Article10 to EQAndyBuzz

    Ask yourself why?

    Time to repeal the 17th amendment.

    We are now harvesting the fruit of a democracy, not a Republic. Welcome the uniparty.

  • Jeb Bush Fails CPAC, Can’t Even Stack Straw Poll Successfully

    03/01/2015 4:12:38 AM PST · 45 of 131
    Article10 to grumpygresh

    Yep...the uniparty at work.

    Well past time to repeal the 17th amendment

  • 'Gestapo' tactics at US police 'black site' ring alarm from Chicago to Washington

    02/27/2015 11:14:46 AM PST · 44 of 71
    Article10 to dware

    One of the major steps necessary is repeal the 17th amendment. Till then we live in a democracy....ruled by a uniparty.

  • GOP DOUBLE-CROSSING TRAITORS ... Ann Coulter

    02/19/2015 2:25:29 AM PST · 10 of 40
    Article10 to VRWC For Truth

    Yes the uni-party is real... The fix in the end, how it happens is up for debate, the 17th Amendment must be repealed.

    This country has been a democracy not a Republic since. We are now reaping those fruits.. the uni party is one of them

  • How Scott Brown Got it Right

    10/17/2014 1:21:18 PM PDT · 53 of 59
    Article10 to Kaslin

    Are you talking about his Rye Beach Home? Sorry but I know the family he bought it from... ain’t been 30 years amigo..or was it the home in Portsmouth he inherited from his grand parents that he subsequently sold after he rented it out for years...

    So what tax lot # on the map has his name associated with it as a primary residence for the past 30 years? Hellooooo or are you too busy calling Karl Rove or John Sununu Sr for a reply?

  • How Scott Brown Got it Right

    10/17/2014 6:08:15 AM PDT · 51 of 59
    Article10 to SamAdams76

    SA76,

    Please be clear on two things:

    Do you vote in NH: I hope not, if so you are part of the problem here

    Do you really think Scott Brown is an honorable man?

    Scoot Brown D Carpetbagger from mAss will lose... it will be another Eric Cantor event... with a ton of idiots going “how did that happen” The unknowing which is the majority of posters on FR do not understand the NH election fraud and willingness of the NH GOPe to enable it... Has nothing to do with ID at the polls and everything to do with independent voter registration and the domicile rules...

    The democrats vote bombed the primary and Scoot Brown -D from mAss is now the so called repbulicant candidate. conservatives in NH will not vote for the man and his morals... he is just to far away from us on many issues, guns, marriage, sodomy and killing children.

    Come election day 18-24,000 college student will show up in Durham, Plymouth and Keene, claiming domicile rights, shown an ID, sign a paper, vote democrat... couple at with Scooty Brown D carpet bagger from mAss and you will have Jean the Abortion Queen Shitheen as Senator ... again.

    Sorry but there are zero conservatives and Christians in NH that will with a clear mind and conscience move their morals on the hope Mr. Brown will some how represent or be a part of a bigger picture that will help Christian beliefs be valued and part of a better America. They will choose neither on election day. There will be write ins and blanks.

  • Comparison Of Contact Between Two Sick Nurses & Ebola Patient

    10/15/2014 4:35:01 PM PDT · 21 of 26
    Article10 to lonevoice

    dude with zero gear on and the aircraft is a US military operated Gulfstream used to move ring knockers around the globe... other than that it looks scary cool...

  • Dashboard video shows shooting of unarmed driver

    09/25/2014 1:47:17 PM PDT · 161 of 289
    Article10 to Navy Patriot

    Why yes he is.... crazy

    Maybe the trooper can have the employee union lawyer get the dash cam footage tossed out...I mean State Employees have way more rights than anyone...some Pigs are more equal than others... hahaaa

  • CNN Poll in New Hampshire: Jeanne Shaheen 48%, Scott Brown 48%

    09/25/2014 1:43:49 PM PDT · 87 of 87
    Article10 to who knows what evil?

    cause it is bunk...garbage and it is not sticking... border line lie and that is a tough sell in NH.

  • Dashboard video shows shooting of unarmed driver

    09/25/2014 12:03:37 PM PDT · 82 of 289
    Article10 to Navy Patriot

    Maybe Trooper Groubert thought the dude driving turned in to Lassie or a Black Lab..., a morphling or some such thing, Men in Black might be real..... and then it would be expected for a State Trooper to shoot the dog while addressing a seat belt issue... only way I can make sense of it...

    All jokes aside, sad day for both of them..

  • CNN Poll in New Hampshire: Jeanne Shaheen 48%, Scott Brown 48%

    09/25/2014 11:46:26 AM PDT · 85 of 87
    Article10 to who knows what evil?

    Agreed... both are proven loooosers and Dolts. The added bonus is neither can be trusted, both love f@gs and both hold hands with killing babies in the womb...great choices!

    Some how on FR some special dolts like Scoot Brown-D Carpetbagger from mASS... wow.. must have been a lot of lead paint chips consumed in the 1940-50’s.... even some think because Howe Carr keeps Brown on the radio waves that make Brown ok...please.. Howe Carr has a mortgage to pay and all those mASS taxes to pay for every month...its called advertizing..who cares who Howe Carr has on the show! Rush Limbaugh would have Satan on if it boosted revenue!

  • CNN Poll in New Hampshire: Jeanne Shaheen 48%, Scott Brown 48%

    09/25/2014 8:19:42 AM PDT · 81 of 87
    Article10 to campaignPete R-CT; Impy; Westbrook

    No... Nice try. my business’s are in the defense and weapons industry also sports appearel for x games type of athletes...if you spent time in the NH Republican Party as I have, as a Conservative, and understood how broken the party and election law is in NH... you would also understand that anyone who has knowledge about the broken system could write this crap.. too easy especially with Scoot Brown being the target in NH. Way too easy, Democrats in this state know the issues and abuse them at every turn. This is not un-expected... I am just the messenger... sorry it hurts your head that Brown D Carpetbagger from mAss will lose in NH. Wrong state, wrong time, wrong candidate elected by Democrats for the NH Republican Party Candidate for Senator. They, the democrats,”vote bombed” the primary via the Independent Registered voter racket and put him in knowing full well he is very liberal and will alienate the conservative base, being from mAss, not really appealing to moderate Democrats or Republicans.

    Now they will crucify him all so Shitheen will win... Brown will appeal to no one in this State.. that is the plan... but if that fails, they still have Scoot Brown, a proven voter with with the Democrats elected to the Senate.... think gang of 8 crap, min or Jim Jeffords/Arlen Specter worse case..so who really wins?... The progressive liberals agenda...pretty clear to me.

    Bash on me all you want, Brown Carpetbagger from mAss, is a proven loooooser, hell he can’t even beat a Fake Indian, Liz Warren -Communist/Lair/Fraud from mAss... the NH GOPe whipped and lashed the TEA Party along with having zero funding due to Conservative in NH saying no thank you...... wow and you really think he will do any good let alone win in November in New Hampshire..haha you really don’t understand NH too well. Keep getting your info from Fox and the Union Leader (I know Dan Toughy at the UL well and he is not a conservative by any stretch) both news outlets are moderate liberal, neither Republican or Democrat. Good luck with that Senate Majority if you think NH is going to be an integral part of that plan!

  • CNN Poll in New Hampshire: Jeanne Shaheen 48%, Scott Brown 48%

    09/23/2014 12:47:12 PM PDT · 76 of 87
    Article10 to AuH2ORepublican

    http://nhpr.org/post/brown-disagrees-gop-personhood-plank

    So how about that anti-Abortion Stance again?

  • CNN Poll in New Hampshire: Jeanne Shaheen 48%, Scott Brown 48%

    09/23/2014 12:45:57 PM PDT · 75 of 87
    Article10 to campaignPete R-CT
  • CNN Poll in New Hampshire: Jeanne Shaheen 48%, Scott Brown 48%

    09/23/2014 12:34:39 PM PDT · 73 of 87
    Article10 to campaignPete R-CT

    Pete....Please stay in CT,... your brand of Republican politics is know as being a Democrat in the rest of the Country...your views might be welcomed in Rhode Island or Delaware GOP but not in NH.

    Brown is a certified Democrat, that will vote against every conservative position known to us... What part of his rhetoric and voting records don’t FOOLs like you understand?

    Do you really think Brown can be trusted to stay with the Republican party? Do you think he can be trusted to vote more than 50% of the time with the Republican agendas especially if the party gets more conservative? You are the the fool... Keep up the baby boomer moving morals justification votes.. Those of us that have positions and morals will no longer compromise. There are many in NH that have had enough of the compromise votes and know full well how Brown won the primary in NH.... you in CT do not.

    I will never vote for a liberal.... Republican, Democrat or Independent. Support Abortion and Gun Control... I can not support you! That means Scoot Brown can piss off and so can anyone that supports him.

    I may be fool in your eyes... but I don’t care what you and any other RINO lovers think... I vote and sleep well and know I can face my Maker at any time. Can you?

    I am sorry to see FR get so full of RINO’s lately... splains the funny smell around here... nervous RINO’s sweating, and urinating their Depends.

  • Scott Brown riding an anti-Obama wave in N.H.

    09/23/2014 12:19:24 PM PDT · 83 of 95
    Article10 to DUMBGRUNT

    AND your support for pro gun control, pro gay, pro abortion Scoot Brown, D, Carpet bagger from mASS says volumes about you....

    Please go back to DU where you came from...

  • Scott Brown riding an anti-Obama wave in N.H.

    09/23/2014 9:04:54 AM PDT · 77 of 95
    Article10 to DUMBGRUNT

    I find it interesting you show up NOW in an NH election thread.... thrashing NH Conservatives with the Karl Rove type GOPe agenda

    Pushing the RINO Scooot Brown -D Carpet Bagger from mAss...

    Where where you a month ago???? Take your big picture and shove it along with your math lesson.

    As a NH Conservative I hope Scooot Brown Democrat from mASS loses in NOV along with you and your RINO agenda. You certainly are an aging baby boomer...With no Respect, Article 10.

  • Scott Brown riding an anti-Obama wave in N.H.

    09/23/2014 8:57:42 AM PDT · 76 of 95
    Article10 to St_Thomas_Aquinas

    I think NH is more conservative than most people think... the issues are:

    The NH GOP has fought the TEA Party/912 groups harder than any democrat in the State.

    Libertarians... Free Staters.. Gives the GOPe and Democrats reasons to fight conservatives..not seperating the sheep from the goats..

    Vote Fraud
    ID has little to do with with the fraud that happens in NH

    Open primaries are the biggest abuse... Democrats registart as independants and take the republican ballot in the primary... This is why conservatives never win and Scott Brown won the primary over more consercative options

    Domicile definition, abuse by democrats on election day..every college student and out of state democrat vote.. no need for absentee ballots.. just claim domicile! State Senator Martha Fuller Clark has 6 campaign workers from out of State use her Portsmouth home address to legally vote.

    clean up the NH GOP and close the primaries, eliminate the domicle abuse and NH would be a much more conservative state... Brown would have never made it past the primary

  • Scott Brown riding an anti-Obama wave in N.H.

    09/23/2014 8:48:06 AM PDT · 75 of 95
    Article10 to centurion316

    Neither... many conservatives I know will not vote for either...

    Brown will jump the R ticket in 2016 and be a democrat... its a sum zero event in NH.

  • New Poll Has Brown Up Over Shaheen 47% to 43%

    09/23/2014 8:46:20 AM PDT · 27 of 28
    Article10 to CapnJack

    Thank you for clearly understanding the issues in NH.

    Vote fraud put up Brown in the primary due to democrats abusing the independent voter status and pulling a Republican Ballot every time and the domicile trick used by college students and every other out of state democrat on election day will ensure a loss for Brown.

    Asking for ID will not change any of this...

    Throw in every conservative voter that will not vote for Carpetbagger Brown and you have an election day blow out...

  • CNN Poll in New Hampshire: Jeanne Shaheen 48%, Scott Brown 48%

    09/18/2014 10:30:27 AM PDT · 70 of 87
    Article10 to AuH2ORepublican; woodbutcher1963; Westbrook

    Thanks for clearing that up... I stopped reading after I do not live in NH....

    I want the 30 minutes of my life,I argued with you back! Please stay where you are and keep on killing babies with your Catholic moving morals...you may call Smith a Dbag.. but you just proved you are a Dbag.... that was meant to be offensive by the way.

  • CNN Poll in New Hampshire: Jeanne Shaheen 48%, Scott Brown 48%

    09/18/2014 7:50:26 AM PDT · 68 of 87
    Article10 to AuH2ORepublican

    And Brown is such a great carpet bagger pro abortion and anti gun control, climate change choice... hahaa you are so funny

    Since you deferred to focus on my spelling mistakes and accusations of being Anti Catholic.. beauty is in the eye of the beholder... so is being offended. By the way I did fly my kite today. Great ocean breeze today and the surfing was great. Thanks for the idea to bring my kite!

    You failed as stated anti abortion type to let us all know who you voted for? Brown? Smith?

    Did you update your tagline yet? Cheers, Article 10

  • CNN Poll in New Hampshire: Jeanne Shaheen 48%, Scott Brown 48%

    09/18/2014 7:34:09 AM PDT · 67 of 87
    Article10 to campaignPete R-CT

    I am baffled by some conservatives that support Brown and think he will somehow help the larger Republican party let alone any Conservative/TEA Party issues or agendas...Browns record is just too far from the NH GOP platform to start with and it just gets worse. Pro abortion, pro gay, anti second amendment... but some how even people here on FR think he will be an asset in the Senate... Look at his record, and listen to Brown discuss the issues and avoid the gun owners in NH...= an Arlen Spector on deck.

    We had few choices in NH on the R ticket for Senator.. everyone of them was cr@p, but the cr@ppiest one was chosen and now conservatives once again have to make the “choice”.. Honestly, i think the NH GOP has permanently fractured its relationship with any conservative groups in NH. Conservatives will not vote for Brown. I fully expect a fair amount of “Pilate” votes and write ins. It will be the Romney redux... even Sarah Palin is not trusted in NH by supporting Kelly Ayotte vs Ovide in 2010.

  • CNN Poll in New Hampshire: Jeanne Shaheen 48%, Scott Brown 48%

    09/17/2014 2:21:41 PM PDT · 63 of 87
    Article10 to AuH2ORepublican

    So to beat to the chase who did you vote for in the Primary? Brown or some other candidate? Or did you negotiate that away by voting for Brown on some unsubstantiated 20% mythical loss margin you keep referencing as FACT, put out by CNN once 3 months ago? Where is your 20% loss FACT you are talking about coming from?

    General Election has not occurred and my opinion is Shaheen will win by 4%. Open primary and conservatives will not vote for Brown. Its a trust deficit along with welts from previous whippings by the NH GOPe that will keep conservative from supporting Brown.

    Geesh, be honest you want a winner at all costs thinking some how an all GOP Senate will solve this countries problems... Sorry but the Browns and Juan McPains will ensure that liberalism and more government will arrive. The GOP under Bush gave us the largest growth of Gov employees that are now UNION... TSA.

    As for the “anti-catholic” comment, that is your choice to take it that way... Its called Apolegitics, lots of Catholic Scholars write about these ethical/moral grinds... how is that Anti-Catholic?

  • CNN Poll in New Hampshire: Jeanne Shaheen 48%, Scott Brown 48%

    09/17/2014 1:04:50 PM PDT · 61 of 87
    Article10 to AuH2ORepublican

    Full on dis agree... read up about or find a way to join FORE, Friends of Oyster River Educators.. full on Communists... they put out a guide to vote in the most liberal minded politicians.. they recommended members to vote for Scott Brown in the election..if they were to vote in the Republican primary... Not once did a voter guide for the Democrat primary come out. FORE is well organized and trusts only hard core types, they booted me out and several others as well once they found us not to be on board with their politics. They are very technically savy too, text alerts, twitter feeds, and full on facebook etc..very much in touch with members

    No sense wasting a vote for Shaheen, they routinely have a core of 900-1500 votes in the Lee, Madbury and Durham townships.. They threw in the towel for Brown. I personally watched FORE leadership take a Republican ballot and then switch back to Independent on the way out the door... No way did they vote for Smith! Brown is who they voted for.. I asked one of them and they gleefully told me so! just to rub it in...

  • CNN Poll in New Hampshire: Jeanne Shaheen 48%, Scott Brown 48%

    09/17/2014 12:54:59 PM PDT · 60 of 87
    Article10 to AuH2ORepublican

    Again take what Smith did in the past, in the context of why he did what he did... then the facts of what his platform was in this 2014 primary... voting for Smith was 100% pro life, Brown not so much...

    Brown can’t be trusted.

    Now we are negotiating our morals..... Catholics have a great insights to this mode of operation... What a great place to be...not. I take the most conservative candidate every time, after that I may vote for the least damage but why in NH are we constantly in this moral dilemma? Honestly, I will have a hard time voting for Brown, and of course, I would never support Shaheen... Many conservatives I know in NH will not vote for Brown.. he very well might lose due to that... Happened to Stephens and he is actually a nice man compared to Scoot Brown, Stephens was just a poor politician, but a good dude.

  • CNN Poll in New Hampshire: Jeanne Shaheen 48%, Scott Brown 48%

    09/17/2014 12:40:03 PM PDT · 57 of 87
    Article10 to AuH2ORepublican

    I may be insane, but I know where I am going and supporting a pro abortion candidate is really not an option...

    By the way, how can you honestly say how I will vote? You can’t.. but I can poke at your stances and you can poke at mine and maybe in the end, a better solution for NH Conservatives can be forged... we have to either take over the NH GOP or start a 3rd Party. No other way, time is running out.

    Brown or Shaheen? Neither are great choices... Thanks again to the NH GOP and open primary system!

  • CNN Poll in New Hampshire: Jeanne Shaheen 48%, Scott Brown 48%

    09/17/2014 12:33:33 PM PDT · 56 of 87
    Article10 to AuH2ORepublican

    I just read your tag line.... your lecturing about Brown is even more irrelevant! Brown is full on Pro Abortion/Baby Killer! Dang, you can’t even align your politics with your tag line! hahaha, no wonder Conservatives in NH get no wheres fast!

    Here I will help you: If a politician won’t protect innocent babies, what makes you think that he’ll defend your rights, UNLESS its the NH GOPe choice and the Union Leader has endorsed them, then its OK to trust them while killing babies and we might get Harry Reid out as Majority Leader.

    Till you change your tag line you are Scott Brown and the NH GOPe to me... You just negotiated your ethical and moral stance away to cast a vote for a Pro Abortion candidate.

  • CNN Poll in New Hampshire: Jeanne Shaheen 48%, Scott Brown 48%

    09/17/2014 12:23:24 PM PDT · 54 of 87
    Article10 to AuH2ORepublican

    Thanks for the opinion. the thread you presented quite well showes exactly that Smith always fought the GOPe..even by endorsing Kerry... There was no TEA Party back then... Do I like everything Smith has done...no. But I certainly have a longer list of negatives about Scoot Brown, D Carpet bagger from mAss..

    Brown - Pro Gun Control, Pro Assault Weapons Ban, Smart Gun Advocate (GDSI stock). Pro-Gay, Pro Abortion.. How does that jive with the NH GOP Platform? Read it some time and tell me why you would vote for Brown?

    Smith is a kook but at least he was not supporting any of the items noted above that Brown is clearly in support of. Look at the reasons and context to what and why Smith ranted and raved... he is not that crazy and he was willing to step out on a limb and shake his fist at the GOPe.

    As for your view on Brown, I disagree with you that Brown will show to be a conservative to NH voters... In fact I fully suspect after the 16 election cycle if by a long shot Brown is in the Senate, he will jump ship and make Arlen Spector look normal and Jeffords to be a saint. If you trust Brown to look after the NH Republican Party Platform and for one NY second, give any NH conservative any consideration, then you do not understand Scoot Brown, Carpet bagger from mAss. He will make Judd Gregg look conservative by comparison... and that is pretty hard to accomplish.

    So how is Ayotte doing? Ovide would have been a much better Senator... If you ever get a chance to spend a few mins with Ovide or Craig Benson ask them about the NH GOP “leadership” . I see John Stephens is really working out well for us? Whoo hoo Mr. Stephens where are you? Hello...

    As to your comment about the NH GOP.... ha! Nice idea, detached from reality. Have you been a local republican party chair or been involved with the NH GOP? I have... Till Old man Sununu assumes room temperature and the open primary is still law, an honest conservative in NH making it past a primary will be impossible. The NH Conservative has two battles to fight, the NH GOP pushing the RINO and the NH Democrat Party, primary vote bombing the GOP primary ballots so the weak RINO is elected every time. Sadly the NH GOP fights conservative with more vigor and resolve than they do Democrats.. and that is how NH has a pro gun control, pro abortion, pro gay rights Republican Candidate for Senator, Scoot Brown -D, Carpet bagger from mAss. The liberals won the primary and have candidates on both tickets... brilliant! Way to go NH GOP!

    “So Scott Brown was the best choice among the candidates on the NH ballot, and apparently a majority of NH Republicans & Democrats that register as Independent’s and vote for the WEAK, Liberal RINO candidates in the primaries agreed with my assessment” There, fixed it for you!

  • CNN Poll in New Hampshire: Jeanne Shaheen 48%, Scott Brown 48%

    09/17/2014 9:20:07 AM PDT · 51 of 87
    Article10 to Impy; fieldmarshaldj; AuH2ORepublican; campaignPete R-CT; randita; InterceptPoint

    If I am spiteful for pointing out facts in NH politics... then you are full on lacking discernment... is that you Karl Rove?

  • New Hampshire Senate race in dead heat

    09/17/2014 9:13:04 AM PDT · 18 of 18
    Article10 to woodbutcher1963

    You are correct about the difficulty in getting a conservative passed the primary election... the open primary pretty much gives the democrats a full say in the Republican Primary. That is how a long list of mushy RINO’s keep winning primaries and loosing in the general election.

  • New Hampshire Senate race in dead heat

    09/17/2014 9:10:01 AM PDT · 17 of 18
    Article10 to woodbutcher1963

    Woodbutcher—— I strongly suspect Brown will pull a Jeffords if the Senate is more conservative... he can not be trusted

    If Judge Gregg would support Kagen and Sotoymeyr... Brown will do the same or worse..