Tag Archives | Shea Porter

Can’t Happen Soon Enough

In the “It Can’t Happen Soon Enough” Category.  This Thursday is also the day that Ann McLane Kuster and Carol Shea-Porter are sworn in as our Federal Representatives in Washington. With all the kabuki theater over the past week about the fiscal cliff and Frank Guinta voting against the bill late last night, it will […]

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Survey Says…

So, the good people over at Public Policy Polling have once more conducted a poll of New Hampshire (results in several segments), and the news is resoundingly good for Democrats. Click through to the link to see the PPP analysis, but here are some of the key toplines: Congress: Shea-Porter 47, Guinta 43. Kuster  42, […]

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And then there were Three

Andrew Hosmer has announced his intention to run for the democratic nomination for Congress in NH’s 1st District. The Primary Election is about 13 months away. Our country is at a critical crossroads, and the future is at stake. The challenges we face as a nation require commonsense leaders, not career politicians. As the son […]

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NH Congressional Polls (PPP)

Over at the Great Orange Satan (Daily Kos) David Nir (nee DavidNYC, BH User #5) [comments on PPP polls on NH Congressional Races. Public Policy Polling (PDF) (6/30-7/2, 7/5, New Hampshire voters, no trendlines): Carol Shea-Porter (D): 41Frank Guinta (R-inc): 48Undecided: 10(MoE: ±5.7%) Ann McLane Kuster (D): 42Charlie Bass (R-inc): 43Undecided: 15(MoE: ±5.1%) While somewhat […]

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Constituent Services

I noticed the other day in Concord, that the sign for Judd Gregg’s former office on Main St. is still there, above the medical supply store. Ruminating on office locations ensued.  I learned that: US Senator Kelly Ayotte has 1 office in the state she’s representing. It’s in Manchester.   In contrast, Judd Gregg had […]

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Throw All the Bums Out in November

 “I’m mad, and I’m just not going to take it anymore,” snapped Crawford Notch. “Throw all the bums out in the November election. No exceptions.” “Just what’s making you so mad Crawford,” I replied. “The federal government’s my problem, that’s what,” groused Crawford. “It’s wasted my tax money, and has nothing to show for it. […]

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Frequently Wrong but Never in Doubt

My latest op-ed for the Conway Daily Sun. Remember that I have limited space, so I couldn’t shoehorn every awful Guinta fact into it. History is being rewritten at warp speed. Teabaglicans would have us believe that Obama destroyed the entire US economy in less than 2 years. They’ve conveniently forgotten everything that happened in […]

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Shea-Porter Represents Her Constituency

A luxurious Bugatti Veyron rolled to a stop in a parking place and out stepped New Hampshire’s wealthiest Republican, Hollis Bedford-Amherst. His monocle glistened in the sunlight. “Good morning, Mr. Bedford-Amherst,” I offered. “How are you doing today?” “Swimmingly, swimmingly, my man,” he replied. “Everything is going my way. My errand boys, the Republicans in […]

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Shea-Porter’s Opponents Sound Pretty Desperate

The satirical column below was written by my husband, Gary Patton, and appeared in The Forum. It is printed here with his permission. This piece reveals a consistent pattern of cheap shots taken at Shea-Porter by Republicans.   Shea-Porter’s Opponents Sound Pretty DesperateGary Patton 03.JUL.10 “Hey, Patton, what’s up?” Crawford Notch’s voice sounded hollow, and […]

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Frank Guinta’s new website YourHouseYourVoice.com

Frank Guinta is rolling out a website where he, as the appointed spokesperson for the people, asks them to set the terms of the dialog.  He calls his newest website “YourHouseYourVoice.com” (One irony I will mention on passing is that Guinta, like most neocons, likes to deride his opponents as “Marxists,” “Communists,” and “socialists”— while […]

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