Tag Archives: John Sununu
A Short History of Entitlement Abuse and Healthcare Deception in New Hampshire
If you’d like to browse through a detailed overview of New Hampshire’s history of entitlement abuse, then I’ve got the article for you. It starts like this. Today, the New Hampshire Senate began a public debate about reauthorizing Obamacare Medicaid expansion. … Continue reading
Unite Behind What?
In Keeping with governor Sununu’s concern about party unity let me be perfectly clear. We are united…in our pursuit of the best possible candidates to protect and defend the constitution of the state and the nation, and the principles of … Continue reading
Shaheen, Hypocrite for senate.
Jeanne Shaheen’s team has been making a campaign issue of out-of-state funding, but I wonder if they are ever going to bring up the fact that candidate Shaheen gets 75% of her own campaign money from out of state? SEVENTY FIVE PERCENT!! There’s … Continue reading
Rubbing off some of the Shaheen
Shaheen wants to distract us from the cold hard truth about her dark Blue roots by arguing that her opponent, Senator Sununu, is less capable than she simply because he voted with Bush 85% of the time. But a quick look at her policy and … Continue reading
Kathy Sullivan get’s dizzy from the spin.
Front page, Sunday Union Leader, in an article assessing Sununu’s ability to shake “The Bush effect,” NH State DHC (Democrat High Council) senior adviser Kathy Sullivan sees Sununu as “a big part of the problem.” So what problem is she … Continue reading
I’m on a tight schedule this week so free time is at a premium, but this from the Concord Monitor was promising news for John Sununu. He is a statistical dead-heat with challenger Shaheen. This is great because it really brings … Continue reading
Save the Middle class with sunshine and hot air.
The latest radio ad to hit New Hampshire is pushing the Renewable Energy and Job creation act. (HR 6049) The bill was sponsored by Charles Rangel (D-NY). **Warning** , **Warning** but failed to get through the Senate. >The premise of the ad is … Continue reading