Author Archive | Chris Blodgett

O’Brien For Congress Website Up

http://www.obrienforcongress.com/ Kind of falls into the category of  “You gotta be kidding me!”.  This man must really think New Hampshire voters have short memories, or is filled with enough loonies to actually think he’d be elected.

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Two Shot at Taft High School in California

A student and teacher have reportedly been shot and wounded in a shooting at Taft High School.  The gunman was another student. For the Wayne Lapierre’s of the world, Taft High School normally has an armed Sheriff’s deputy on site 24 hours a day. http://thinkprogress.org/politics/2013/01/10/1430611/bidens-gun-violence-event-interrupted-by-news-of-another-school-shooting/

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Democrats Gain Control in NH House

Bill o'Brien's reign of terror will come to an end.  According to Concord Patch, Democrats have regained a majority in the House.  The NH Senate looks to be 13-11 in favor of Republicans, but still a massive victory.   Sanity restored!

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New Hampshire and Elections

It doesn't need to be re-stated, but I will anyway.  The 2012 elections in New Hampshire are going to be HUGE.  Especially now with the ACA ruling coming down.  The the G(TEA)OP controlled House, Senate, and Executive Council have now set New Hampshire even further behind with their obstinance.   By sitting around and not […]

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ACA Predictions?

Well, Thursday looks to be the day we find out the fate of the ACA and PPA.  I'm interested in everyone's thoughts/predictions on what you think will happen.   Will the entire law be thrown out? Will the mandate be stripped?   What say you, Hamsters?

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Jackie Endorsed by the SEA!

Probably stealing Dean's thunder here but…  CONCORD – Surrounded by friends and supporters from the union, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jackie Cilley today gratefully accepted the endorsement of the State Employees Association of New Hampshire at their office in Concord today. Cilley, who has made investments in the state's education, communication, and transportation infrastructure systems a […]

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The Founding Fathers and Mandates

This is a fascinating read that really blows the hell out of the Cons argument that the founders would have hated the ACA mandate. http://www.tnr.com/article/politics/102620/individual-mandate-history-affordable-care-act

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