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They Like Me, They Really Like Me!

Maggie Hassan gives a big hug to the Town of Durham’s University of New Hampshire in her new un-funded, Democrat Balanced Budget.

I hear its $165 million or so for the poor school.

Let me do some math: Click, clickyt-click click, click-click.

Here we are.

That comes out to $5,456.34 per same day registrant on November 6, 2012 – a big day in Maggie’s political career.

Yes, in 2012 UNH, I mean Durham, registered 3,024 new voters on Election Day! That tops the 2008 Obama-fest by almost double.

Of course that astronomical number of new voters in a town of 14,638 offers anyone looking into where these new voters came from and who they might be a cornucopia of information as to why our First in the Nation Primary is actually a tired old scam the rest of the country should know about.

But you have to hand it to Maggie – To the victor go the spoils.

And here is another old Democrat saying – Any budget without smoke and mirrors isn’t worth having.



Reader Comments (4)

Maybe they could open up one of the Grate State's treasured gambling parlors right there on campus. Actually, they already have given the gamble of paying $120K for a parchment stating you done gradiated from this skool of higher learnin' with a degree in women studies ... art histrionics ... queer studies (that's odd) ... and european cultural studies (a distinction without a difference). That's right kids, you get to subsidize this. Enjoy!
– C. dog ROFLMAO regarding austere, cinch-the-belt budgets emanating from under the Gilded Dome
February 17, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterC. dog

I have a recent Durham cd, from the Town, with the total number of Durham voters on it 10/11/11.

Since it is electronic, that means it has been scrubbed by the Durham supervisors of all the "interesting" names off the paper checklist from the last election.

There are 10,786 names on the 10/11/11 list, so it says.

Add the 3,024 same day voters from November 6, 2012 to that list and you have 13,910 -
not bad for a town of about 14,000.

Now that is the way to run an election!
February 18, 2013 | Registered CommenterEd Naile
What! They missed 90 "potential" voters?
– C. dog, Majoring in Liberal studies
February 19, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterC. dog

(We won't miss them.)
February 19, 2013 | Registered CommenterEd Naile

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