Dear Massachusetts Republicans: Don't kid yourselves!
This is the best you can do? A list of losers? Republican Mental Midgets?
How do you think that elevates discourse?
You know there are MORE!
Sunday Dec 12, 2004
I've just returned from a Meetup with our Congressman Jim McGovern (MA-3). Over pizza and some drinks, McGovern gave us his take on the future. For those of you who don't know, McGovern is one of the most progressive liberal Dems in the House. He voted both against the war and against the Patriot Act I. He has a 100% rating from the League of Conservation voters. He fully supports gay marriage, abortion rights, and social services for the needy. He is something of an icon in this district despite his rather young age, especially after having beaten back a formidable and well-financed Republican opponent in holy-roller gay-bashing Ron Crews 71-29%.
July 05, 2016
A Republican candidate for Senate riled his opponent and others on social media over the weekend by employing a term long used as a slur for gay men to demean one of Donald Trump's interlocutors from more than two decades ago.
"DONALD TRUMP. Putting self-righteous faggots in their place since 1993. How I love this fellow," Ted Busiek, a 30-year-old Littleton resident, posted to Twitter on Saturday.
A Tea Bagger spoke on WBUR yesterday about how the Tea Baggers were making inroads in Massachusetts by electing Scooter Brown....anyone notice how quickly Massachusetts DUMPED him?
Anyone notice how the Carpet Bagger was defeated by a 2nd Woman in New Hampshire?
The Well Funded Koch Sock Puppet LOST to 2 women! A RECORD!
Please NOTE: Scooter Brown ONLY won because the Massachusetts Democratic Party supported a LOSING CANDIDATE!
Tea Bagger Baker is ONE AND DONE!
Watch the news, follow the protests....the Republican Party has destroyed itself!
|State GOP Job Opening: U.S. Senate candidate, minimal experience and name recognition required, likely DCR posting after election|
The Senate’s recent rebuke of U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren and the almost daily controversies coming out of the White House are only making it harder for state Republicans to find a candidate to run against Warren in 2018, reports the Globe’s Frank Phillips. Check out some of the names being floated and see if you can identify all of them with title (no cheating, please): Geoffrey Diehl, Curt Schilling, Lewis Evangelidis, Rick Green, Gabriel Gomez and Allen Rodney Waters.
The Globe’s Adrian Walker: “It isn’t that there aren’t Republicans willing to take Warren on. It’s just that they are, in various ways, problematic.”Boston Globe