Archive for the ‘Election 2010’ Category

Is there anything more self-serving and embarrassing than Alisha Pina’s article today about her frustration in trying to get answers from David Cicilline. Providence is royally screwed up financially, in spite of then-Congressional candidate Cicilline telling us that the city had a balanced budget and all funds were fully stocked and the city was meeting […]


I know that this is intended to be a Rhode Island blog with focus on RI issues, I gotta give huge kudos to Sean Bielat, Frank’s opponent in the Congressional election for this commercial: As the Congressman is sometimes difficult to understand, allow me to include his words: “And even if there were a problem, […]


Yes, I am a Republican and do usually support the Republican party and will usually vote that way unless there’s a glaring reason otherwise (ahem, Kerry King and that “forgotten” homestead exemption in Florida). However, when I hear of things that are coming out of Boehner, I get pretty disgusted.  Do we trust what he […]


I’m guessing the title is coming as a surprise, especially because Chafee is hailed as a hero by the state’s progressives and unions.  So how is he helping the Rhode Island Republicans?   By simply being in the race as an independent. Rhode Island is one of the few states who allows straight ticket voting. […]


Also known as a pyramid scheme.   This is what happens when a group of people give money to the person at the top of the pyramid and each get six more people involved and move the names up a row.  It continues on and on, money given to the name at the top of […]


The Lost Decade

29Sep10

No, this isn’t a reference to 2004-2010 and the great TV show Lost.  This is additional information to show how wrong-minded people like David Cicilline are when they talk about not wanting to let people put a portion of their future social security benefit into the stock market. Fool.com has an article about “The Lost […]


David Cicilline is up to old political tricks.  Spin the opponent’s take on an issue into a lie, and then repeat it over and over again to people who will never be affected by it.  But most voters are too lazy to really research an issue, too lazy to really dig in and learn what […]