As rare as a Bill Belichick smile...
This week, one of Citizens for a Strong New Hampshire's General Consultants, Mike Biundo, had an opinion piece placed in the Union Leader and in Fosters Daily Democrat highlighting the rarity of a Rep. Carol Shea-Porter town hall meeting:
In the Union Leader...
A smile from Bill Belichick ... a New Hampshire winter without snow ... a visit to Chez Vachon without hearing French Canadian spoken at a nearby table. ... We Granite Staters all know each of these situations is certainly possible, but very unlikely. Something we might even call "a rarity."
Here in New Hampshire, we are all about to be treated to another rarity. This time, it comes in the form of a town hall meeting with 1st District U.S. Rep. Carol Shea-Porter. However, unlike any of the aforementioned occurrences, a Shea-Porter town hall meeting, or her attendance at them, wasn't always as uncommon as a Big Foot sighting on Elm Street in Manchester.
Click HERE to read the rest of the piece in the Union Leader.
In Fosters Daily Democrat...
Halley's Comet returns to the Earth's vicinity about every 75 years. The phrase once in a Blue Moon is used commonly to describe a second full moon in a single solar calendar month, which happens about every two to three years. We all get an extra day to enjoy in February during Leap Year, this of course happens once every four years. These things are the epitome of the definition of a rarity.
Here in New Hampshire, we are all about to be treated to another rarity. This time, it comes in the form of a town-hall meeting with Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter. However, unlike the aforementioned occurrences, a Shea-Porter town hall, or her attendance at them, wasn't always such a rare occurrence.
Click HERE to read the rest of the piece in Fosters Daily Democrat.