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FORWARD! To Another Deficit

The election is over and the Democrats are still stuck in campaign mode. That means loyal Democrats repeat the same thing over and over again to stay on message, and not forget the message.

This year it was, scare the seniors with tales of Republican Medicare slashing –instead of bankrupting Medicare like Democrats are planning. (Hint: You can’t “slash” what ain’t there.)

Scare young single women with tales of women’s health care being taken away, instead of expanded by Democrats to include sex selection and post-birth abortion.

Scare parents with tales of closed schools so parents wouldn’t find out how incompetent, politically active teachers are keeping good teachers unemployed.

Governor Lynch’s mantra was “Popular.” Barely a single word, comment, story, or photo about Lynch was not accompanied by the word popular. Go ahead, see if you can find one.

And now we have, in an almost imbecilic fashion, a Hassan news release printed below, designed to challenge the reader’s ability to evade brainwashing.


CONCORD – Governor-Elect Maggie Hassan today announced next steps for the Gubernatorial Transition, including naming Pamela Walsh as the Transition Director. Walsh will manage Hassan’s efforts to reach out across the state to hear from New Hampshire residents about their ideas for moving the state forward.

Governor-Elect Hassan also said that an official transition office is scheduled to open next week, and that she plans to move forward with building her transition team and steering committee as quickly as possible.

“My focus is on reaching out to Democrats, Independents and Republicans across New Hampshire to bring people together to move New Hampshire forward,” Governor-Elect Hassan said. “Few understand how New Hampshire’s government can best serve its citizens as well as Pamela Walsh. I am pleased to have her support and the help of so many people across the state in my efforts to help build a stronger, more innovative New Hampshire where our businesses can grow, flourish and create good jobs for our people.” 

As Governor, Hassan will work with members of both parties to develop a fiscally responsible balanced budget that protects New Hampshire’s priorities without an income or sales tax. She will work to implement her “Innovate NH” jobs plan, which focuses on building the best workforce in the country, providing tax credits to businesses, and giving businesses technical assistance to help them create jobs. And Hassan will reach out to legislators and citizens across the states to listen to their ideas for how to keep New Hampshire moving forward.

“I am honored that Governor-Elect Hassan has entrusted me with the responsibility of helping implement her vision for keeping New Hampshire moving forward,” said Walsh. “I know her commitment to bringing people together to solve problems will serve our state well, and I look forward to being a part of that process.”


Walsh, of Concord, served as deputy chief of staff for Governor John Lynch and as press secretary for Governor Jeanne Shaheen.

The transition office, located at 33 Hazen Drive Room 210, Concord, will open on Wednesday, November 14. Additional transition details and team members will be announced in coming days.

Reader Comments (6)

Perhaps Magpie could move FORWARD! by starting to pay real estate taxes like the rest of the poor shrubs, or maybe send her chilt'ren to government "schools" to get all edumacated. Careful, Magpie, don't trip over your hypocrisy.
– C. dog setting snares to catch donkeys in high places
November 13, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterC. dog

Are you as disapointed as I am in the sophomoric attempt at carrying on the campaign past the win?
November 13, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterEd Naile
Not at all, Ed. She is merely repeating what the Grate One in the White House has shown to his apostles as The Way. The disappointment – but I knew it in the darkest recesses of my realité veritas – is the mass migration of sheople to the other pen in the Grate State of New Hamsters on polling day. On a good day – nay, a Great Day – I suspect there is no more than 10% in this Nanny State who would rather be free. Now that is disappointing.
– C. dog all tangled in polling data, or datums
November 14, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterC. dog

And in two years the sheople will have another look at what that last historic "win" of the progressives brough them

If I thought for a moment liberals could actually govern without bankrupting the state...

no wait, that thought never occured to me.

Waiting out in the hinterlands of NH will be the sane people who corrected the last Denocrat spending spree.

Progressives are not cool. They run crazy with other people's money every time.
November 14, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterEd Naile
So maybe the answer is to let them bankrupt the Grate State. Let them run up the bill, don't let them raise taxes, and see how the Libtards scramble to right their good ship lollypop. Here's an idea, why not have business owners across the state effect a work slowdown? Seems to work for union employees, why not for wards of the Grate State?
– C. dog tired of waiting for substantive action
November 15, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterC. dog

I have observed the cycle of elections state and local for some time in NH.

Often, voters give progressives the keys to the city and keep the treasury.

Libs never figure that out. When liberals win something they think the game is over.

Libs took over California 100% starting in about 1988 or so. That experiment is working out well. as is detroit on a city scale.

Here in NH towns and cities where taxes are raised on property taxes you have abreaking mechanism, unlike some progressive utopias.

Let them increase taxes and all kinds of moonbat regulations in a weak economy.

They have put 2010 out of their collective minds.
November 15, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterEd Naile

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