Thursday, April 15, 2010

Tax Day Message from Rich Ashooh

My friend Rich Ashooh asked me to share his Tax Day message:

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

NH has vacant spot on Republican National Committee

With Sean Mahoney's resignation yesterday, New Hampshire is missing one of its three representatives on the Republican National Committee.

John DiStaso reports, accurately, that I'm thinking about running for the position.
Veteran activist and former congressional candidate Grant Bosse became the first Republican to signal a serious interest in the post. The former radio talk show host and news anchor who unsuccessfully ran for the 2nd District U.S. House seat in 2008, is a researcher for the free-market Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy.

Bosse said the GOP "needs some new energy and a focus on free-market politics and that's what I'd bring to the table if I end up running."

Meanwhile, some friends have started a Grant Bosse for National Committeeman Facebook page urging me to run. Thanks so much.

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Redneck Nirvana

Last night, at the Manchester Chamber of Commerce Legislative Dinner, New Hampshire Democratic Party Chairman Ray Buckley described our state as "Redneck Nirvana", at least in the minds of people coming here for small government, low taxes, and personal responsibiilty. But he says these deluded rednecks soon find out how progressive and sophisicated New Hampshire has become under Democratic leadership, and move back to Texas or whatever backward state they came from.

What an elitist jerk. Let's show Buckley that disagreeing with his snobbish liberal vision of New Hampshire doesn't make us a bunch of Rednecks. Join Redneck Nirvana on Facebook.