July 08, 2009
Republican Charlie Baker, the well-financed CEO of Harvard Pilgrim, has jumped into a quickly swelling 2010 gubernatorial race only two days after Treasurer Timothy Cahill said he decided to switch political parties.
My suspicion is that Baker probably becomes the front-runner for the GOP side over Christy Mihos - who seems to be pinning his entire political future on a yet to be put before the voters "Proposition One".
All I know is that it's nice to see a primary on the GOP side, for a change. If for no other reason than that it reminds us that there are at least 3 non-Democrats left in the freaking Commonwealth.
July 07, 2009
Jumping the Democrat Party line and joining the ranks of unenrolled voters, Treasurer Timothy Cahill is positioned to take on Gov. Deval Patrick without a primary battle in which the sitting governor would enjoy the power of incumbency.
Cahill’s anticipated move also allows his to become the independent voice in the race - beholden to no party - and appeal to fiscal conservatives, Beacon Hill observers said.
Clearly Cahill doesn't seem to think the MA GOP has anything to offer him - a wise assessment (and besides, it appears that Christy Mihos has the socially liberal Republican market pretty much sewn-up already) and that he, a non-liberal on fiscal policies, has no chance against Gov. Spendy Free-Money McSpender among the commie-heavy Democrat Primary electorate - also a wise assessment.more...
March 10, 2009
... and our Governor, Mini-Barack, the Cadillac of Governors, Coupe Deval Patrick (D-MA) - is in the Caribbean.
Together We CanTM! Leave the state in a lurch, evidently.
March 07, 2009
Uh, not so good.
March 05, 2009
Oh, and you'll notice from the linked article that other business groups - including the Chamber of Freaking Commerce - support this tax increase.
Welcome to Massachusetts - now bend over.
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