Jim Adams, Republican candidate for the District 4 Executive Council seat held by Democrat Chris Pappas, has a spectacular photo of the Manchester skyline on his campaign web site — Manchester, England. Oops.
h/t: NH Democratic Party
There’s an architect in Virginia who must be wondering what he ever did to piss off a bunch of Tea Party lawmakers in New Hampshire.
Research by state House Rep. Steve Beaudoin (R-Rochester) with support from Reps. John Burt (R-Goffstown), JR Hoell (R-Dunbarton) and Daniel Tamburello (R-Londonerry).
When Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner testified before the Senate Budget Committee, New Hampshire Sen. Kelly Ayotte was vocal in her criticism of the administration for not embracing the Bowles-Simpson deficit reduction recommendations — until she was asked about the report’s proposals for raising revenue.
Geithner was responding to questions by Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R-N.H.), and at one point turned the tables on her. He asked Ayotte if, given her “affection” for Bowles-Simpson, she would support its tax reform that raised trillions in revenue for deficit reduction.
“Are you willing to embrace the broad balance of Bowles-Simpson? Then there is a lot to talk about,” he said.
Ayotte would only say that it is up to the president to take the lead on the budget.
CORRECTION: Due to sloppy research by our interns, the authors would like to clarify a couple of points. It turns out that all news reports cited above were not published in the last ten days, but right after the 1994 Republican midterm landslide. Every time “Barack Obama” appears in print, you should substitute “Bill Clinton”. The acronym “OTB” actually stands for “One-Term Bill” not “One-Term Barack”.
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Actual voice mail (Frank Guinta robocall):
"…the failed leadership of Obama, Reid and Pelosi"
"…the failed leadership of Obama being a pussy"
"Bill Brady will kill your dog" or "Sam Katz kicks children in the face."
You make the call.
California gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman and Senatorial candidate Carly Fiorina were in Newport Beach to attend the Hispanic 100 lifetime Achievement Award Gala.
Before speaking, the two Republican candidates … downed shots of tequila as the crowd cheered them on.
Fiorina spoke first, saying, “…[I] think every speech should begin with a shot of Tequila.” Then she let out a yell, “It was great!”
"America was doing pretty well in January of 2008."
—Republican Charlie Bass, 2nd District Congressional candidate