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Patriots For America - Massachusetts

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Comment by Harry Riley on September 25, 2010 at 3:53pm
Hi Colonel Riley,

Could you please get out this message so everyone can contact people in Massachusetts. We NEED an enormous crowd!

Please help retire Barney Frank. Bill Clinton is coming to Taunton to campaign for Barney on Sunday because his seat is not a sure win anymore!!!!Go Sean Bileat.



I just received this message from the Greater Boston Tea Party:

Frank Must GO! Rally in Taunton on Sunday

Barney Frank needs to go and we need to send a message to the nation that we are doing our part!



Sunday, September 26 | 2:00 pm



“Take it Back TODAY!” Rally on the Taunton Green

Restore the fiscal and constitutional principles that make America strong!



Featured guests include:

Sean Bielat, candidate, U.S. House

Todd Feinburg, host, WRKO's Tom & Todd

David Pottier, candidate, State Senate

Christen Varley, Greater Boston Tea Party

Shaunna O'Connell, candidate, State Representative



Located at the center of the city of Taunton, at the junction of Broadway, Taunton Green, Main and Court Streets



You can do it again Massachusetts! You showed Americans the power of their vote. First Kennedy's seat and now Frank!!!!



Thanks,

Patty Parrett
Comment by Harry Riley on July 11, 2010 at 3:00pm
How about it Massachusetts?

Think it's time the slime ball Barney Frank is removed from the public trough??

Let's clearn him out with the rest of the gargage......

http://www.seanbielat.org/
Comment by Harry Riley on January 21, 2010 at 9:36pm
A friend here in Phoenix just called spitting nails. Took me a few minutes to calm her down and find out why.

She just received a robo-call from Scott Brown urging her as a loyal Republican (she's not a loyal GOP at all) to support John McCain for US Senator from Arizona.

Regarding local events here: McJerk is plenty worried about the possibility of facing former congressman JD Hayworth in the GOP primary in August. For the past week, McJerk has run radio ads touting his past service to Arizonans, and since the straw poll at last Saturday's Maricopa County GOP meeting put McCain as the least wanted candidate for Senate, the ads have ragged on Hayworth's past record. And the ads are "paid for by Friends of John McCain."

So on the first day after his election in Massachusetts, Scott Brown is urging Arizona Republicans to support McCain.

Americans outside Massachusetts who sent Brown their $$$ and Massachusetts people who voted for him need to mob his office with phone calls, faxes and e-mails telling Brown that if they wanted a RINO (such as he seems to be), they would have voted for McCain in November 2008.

Will Scott Brown oppose amnesty for illegal aliens now that he's a known McCainiac? I wouldn't bet on it. A more likely bet is he'll be another Lindsey Graham-nesty.

Scott Brown needs to be reminded of his comment that "it's not Kennedy's seat, it's the Peoples' seat."

It isn't McCain's seat either.

Sandy
Phoenix
Comment by Dan D. on January 18, 2010 at 7:47pm
Godspeed Massachusetts. I am proud of all of your and so are the patriots in the states that surround you and true red-blooded Americans across the country. My prayers are for you tonight, tomorrow may you have strength beyond strength.

Give em a ''what fer'' - The Massachusetts Miracle.
Comment by Harry Riley on January 18, 2010 at 3:58pm
Comment by Harry Riley on January 18, 2010 at 3:57pm
Comment by Harry Riley on January 15, 2010 at 10:03am
Scott Brown present in absentee voters’ mindsPosted by Jared Law on January 15, 2010 at 8:24am

This article is stunning. The fringe media is actually addressing the issue of the divide between voters and whether they're likely to be employed or not. In other words, they admit that "Brown voters," as in voters who prefer Scott Brown (R-MA) for the U. S. Senate Seat vacated by Ted Kennedy, are the true working class, and those who prefer the Democrat are rather unlikely to actually work, whether it's because of a refusal to work and leaching off of the working class, or due to trust funds and the like.

Scott Brown present in absentee voters’ minds
By Howie Carr | Friday, January 15, 2010

Oh yes, the “stalkers” are out there. Just ask Martha Coakley, the wrinkly attorney general who is not “privy” to the facts of the assault on the reporter on Capitol Hill, or so she says.

Yes, the stalkers are out there, and what they are stalking is the state’s city and town halls, taking absentee ballots. Let’s go straight to the numbers, as of closing time Wednesday afternoon.

We can begin with my own hometown, Wellesley. In one business day, Wednesday, the number of absentee ballots cast went from 741 to 869. Next door, in Weston, the number went from 341 to 437.

Are these Scott Brown voters, or are these moonbats who are voting for Martha Coakley because they’re wondering where the heck did she get that accent, coming from “struggling” North Adams and all?

I’m not saying Scott Brown is going to win Tuesday. All I want to do here is pass on some of the numbers of absentee ballots in various towns over the past 48 hours:

Newton, 1158 as of 5 p.m. Tuesday, to 1490 Wednesday

Plymouth, 787 to 921

Scituate, 407 to 509

Weston, 341 to 437

Weymouth, 537 to 661

It becomes increasingly clear, Scott Brown is winning among the people who work for a living, as opposed to Democrats, who are Martha’s voters.

You want some more absentee numbers, and how they increased from Tuesday until Wednesday?

Marlboro, 738 to 822

Southboro, 159 to 249

Waltham, 517 to 674

Needham, 554 to 699

Falmouth, 1044 to 1194

Chelmsford, 604 to 782

This is one day, mind you. A working day, as opposed to a Democrat day - a Martha Coakley day.

At this point, it’s too late for the Democrats to pull out the absentee vote. Oh sure, the local city and town halls are open today, but in a lot of the Democrat municipalities, the city halls close at noon. Do you know what they call afternoon in the welfare cities?

Morning drive.

Let’s be clear here, Brown-Coakley is a fight between the working classes and the nonworking classes. If you have a job, if you pay your own way, then you’re for Scott Brown. If you’re a moonbat, or a hack, or an illegal alien, or if you have a trust fund or are from New York (or most likely both) then you’re for Martha.

Are the nonparasites of Massachusetts still the majority? We’ll know soon enough.

But look on the bright side, layabouts. If we win, we’ll still have to go to work Wednesday. And you won’t.

What say you?
Comment by Harry Riley on January 15, 2010 at 10:01am
Scott Brown present in absentee voters’ mindsPosted by Jared Law on January 15, 2010 at 8:24am

This article is stunning. The fringe media is actually addressing the issue of the divide between voters and whether they're likely to be employed or not. In other words, they admit that "Brown voters," as in voters who prefer Scott Brown (R-MA) for the U. S. Senate Seat vacated by Ted Kennedy, are the true working class, and those who prefer the Democrat are rather unlikely to actually work, whether it's because of a refusal to work and leaching off of the working class, or due to trust funds and the like.

Scott Brown present in absentee voters’ minds
By Howie Carr | Friday, January 15, 2010

Oh yes, the “stalkers” are out there. Just ask Martha Coakley, the wrinkly attorney general who is not “privy” to the facts of the assault on the reporter on Capitol Hill, or so she says.

Yes, the stalkers are out there, and what they are stalking is the state’s city and town halls, taking absentee ballots. Let’s go straight to the numbers, as of closing time Wednesday afternoon.

We can begin with my own hometown, Wellesley. In one business day, Wednesday, the number of absentee ballots cast went from 741 to 869. Next door, in Weston, the number went from 341 to 437.

Are these Scott Brown voters, or are these moonbats who are voting for Martha Coakley because they’re wondering where the heck did she get that accent, coming from “struggling” North Adams and all?

I’m not saying Scott Brown is going to win Tuesday. All I want to do here is pass on some of the numbers of absentee ballots in various towns over the past 48 hours:

Newton, 1158 as of 5 p.m. Tuesday, to 1490 Wednesday

Plymouth, 787 to 921

Scituate, 407 to 509

Weston, 341 to 437

Weymouth, 537 to 661

It becomes increasingly clear, Scott Brown is winning among the people who work for a living, as opposed to Democrats, who are Martha’s voters.

You want some more absentee numbers, and how they increased from Tuesday until Wednesday?

Marlboro, 738 to 822

Southboro, 159 to 249

Waltham, 517 to 674

Needham, 554 to 699

Falmouth, 1044 to 1194

Chelmsford, 604 to 782

This is one day, mind you. A working day, as opposed to a Democrat day - a Martha Coakley day.

At this point, it’s too late for the Democrats to pull out the absentee vote. Oh sure, the local city and town halls are open today, but in a lot of the Democrat municipalities, the city halls close at noon. Do you know what they call afternoon in the welfare cities?

Morning drive.

Let’s be clear here, Brown-Coakley is a fight between the working classes and the nonworking classes. If you have a job, if you pay your own way, then you’re for Scott Brown. If you’re a moonbat, or a hack, or an illegal alien, or if you have a trust fund or are from New York (or most likely both) then you’re for Martha.

Are the nonparasites of Massachusetts still the majority? We’ll know soon enough.

But look on the bright side, layabouts. If we win, we’ll still have to go to work Wednesday. And you won’t.

What say you?
Tags: brown, class, massachusetts, scott, senate, u.s., voters, working
Comment by Harry Riley on January 15, 2010 at 9:30am
http://www.brownforussenate.com/

MA Senate Race- New Poll, Brown Leads
January 15, 2010 - 9:23 AM | by: Molly Line

http://www.brownforussenate.com/

A new poll released by Suffolk University shows a statistical dead heat in the Massachusetts Senate race.

State Senator Republican Scott Brown takes the lead among likely voters over the state's Attorney General Martha Coakley- 50% to 46%. With a margin of error of 4.4% this race is neck-in-neck.

Heavy hitters from both parties will hit Massachusetts today- weighing in on the ultra-competitive race.

It's a face-off between former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani who is stumping for Republican candidate Scott Brown and former President Bill Clinton on the trail for Democrat Martha Coakley.

While Brown has repeatedly called on outsiders to stay out of the race, urging a focus on the issues instead, he is now welcoming help from "America's Mayor." The pair will stroll Boston's North End- the city's Italian section- shaking hands and doing some old-fashioned retail politicking. Republicans hope Giuliani's presence will help reinforce Brown's message that he'll be tougher on terrorists than his opponent.

Clinton joins Coakley for two rallies today- one in Boston, another in Worcester, Massachusetts- the state's second largest city. With several recent polls showing a tight race, Democrats have inserted a fresh sense of urgency into the campaign, releasing a slew of fundraising e-mails.

President Obama released an ad on the web yesterday, endorsing Coakley, calling on supporters to "put on your walking shoes again. Knock on doors, call, email, text and tweet. And make sure everyone you know understands the stakes for their families, for Massachusetts and our country."

A critical vote on health care reform is at stake- Coakley vowing to pass the Senate bill, Brown promising to vote against the measure and send it back to the drawing board.

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At a minimum, please call friends and urge them to vote for Scott Brown...this is an opportunity to put the brakes on the insanity in the US Senate and give some time for re-thinking......
Comment by Harry Riley on January 12, 2010 at 11:51am
 

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