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With Sununu Out, NHGOP Reluctantly Forced to Consider D-Team and Rejected Massachusetts Politician

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Post  obervantone Fri Apr 12, 2013 9:44 pm

Concord - New Hampshire Democratic Party Communications Director Harrell Kirstein released the following statement on former Senator John E. Sununu's announcement this afternoon that he will not run for office in 2014.

"Get ready for the NHGOP D-team of failed former Congressmen Jeb Bradley and Frank Guinta. New Hampshire Republicans know that Guinta and Bradley's records are electoral black holes - that is why they spent the last week openly salivating over the prospects of a carpetbagger run by rejected Massachusetts politician Scott Brown.

"In Concord, Bradley joined the Tea Party in making the largest cut to public higher education in American history, voting to abolish the New Hampshire minimum wage, and supporting a state budget that killed hundreds of Granite State jobs. His record in Washington was just as bad, Bradley was soundly rejected by voters in the first Congressional District twice, after voting to cut billions of dollars from Medicare, to raid the Social Security trust fund, and for tax breaks for the wealthiest Americans while opposing tax cuts for the middle class.

"Guinta's record is no better. He spent his two years in Congress championing the disastrous Ryan budget that would turn Medicare into a voucher program, opposing tax cuts for middle class families, and trying to put government bureaucracy between women and their doctors. He is still under federal investigation by the FEC for his ethically questionable 2010 campaign for Congress.


"The bottom line is that New Hampshire Republicans are now stuck with a slate of failed tea party candidates who voters have already rejected before. Don't be surprised when they are rejected again."

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Post  News Hawk Sat Apr 13, 2013 3:19 am

See, Outerlimits, we don't need Poppatuff to bring us True Believer articles from The Huffington Post.

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obervantone wrote:"...The bottom line is that New Hampshire Republicans are now stuck with a slate of failed tea party candidates who voters have already rejected before. Don't be surprised when they are rejected again..."
You're aware that discussions moving forward, is that Obama's Administration is now discussing deficits in large fractions of a "Quadrillion Dollars"?

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Who better to stop the catastrophic collapse of the US$—and the liklihood of war—than Tea Party Candidates?

Well, never mind, it's all about Stalinists having Power over us serfs...

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Post  WHL Sat Apr 13, 2013 7:51 am

Typical Democratic talking points.
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