Primary Results 2010
The statewide write-in
totals for have been posted by the Secretary of the State:
Republican Primary Totals - Statewide
SCOTT LIVELY (write-in) 1,021
TIMOTHY CAHILL (write-in)
RICHARD TISEI 191,442
KEITH DAVIS (write-in) 1,925
JAMES MCKENNA (write-in) 27,711
GUY CARBONE (write-in) 9,505
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certainly a shocking exposé of the true workings of the Romney administration at that crucial time -- which
Romney must have been fully aware of and in agreement with. But it's also a frightening view of where the
Massachusetts Republican establishment headed regarding traditional morality and social issues. Winslow has considerable influence
and stature in the state party, which has given this race high priority.
Romney and Winslow had a close working
relationship going back several years. Winslow was Romney's chief legal counsel in his 1994 US Senate race against Ted Kennedy.
Note that MassResistance has been pointing out since 2004 that same-sex marriage is still not legal in Massachusetts.
The marriage statute still reads "man/woman", and the GLBT lobby can't get their bill allowing marriage "regardless
of gender" to a vote (as confirmed by Winslow). The Court told the Legislature (not Winslow and Romney) to make that
change, but they never have!
Not surprisingly, Winslow's website makes no mention of social issues. (He's right in line with the state Republican establishment on that!) He does show off
his old bike in a sappy nod to the Scott Brown truck. Winslow and Scott Brown have been close friends going back to their
days as college classmates.
Winslow's opponent, Stanley Nacewicz, is no slouch himself. He's endorsed by the Massachusetts Teachers Assn., NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts
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races : Governor, Lt. Governor, Attorney General
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(NOTE: This page will be updated until Tuesday as needed.)
Key to candidate listings:
ratings (by color):
• Definitely vote for
• Pretty good
• Fairly bad
• Not enough information
An asterisk * before candidate's name indicates incumbent.
the candidates names to go to their websites, if available.
[Herald] = Boston Herald
[MEQ] = MassEqualitly - homosexual lobby group
[PP] = Planned Parenthood
Special thanks to Lonnie Brennan and the research done on
his website http://www.votecorevalues.org when we couldn't find info on a candidate.
A great opportunity for pro-family candidates
Over the past few
decades the liberal establishment – and particularly the homosexual lobby – has had a virtual lock on the State
House. It’s been, in a word, horrible. Could this year mark a major change to that? We think it could.
But it won’t be easy. The Massachusetts Republican establishment is now officially pro-gay and pro-abortion. Much
of the state’s conservative movement is caving in. Major Massachusetts pro-life groups are openly endorsing pro-choice
candidates. We’ve tried our best to get you good information to wade through all this on as many races as possible.
Write-In Races - Statewide Republican Primary!
Republican Primary: Write-in for Governor and
Charlie Baker and Richard Tisei, who've been anointed as candidates for Governor and Lt. Governor
by Massachusetts Republican Party establishment, are arguably among the most radical anti-family Republican-party-endorsed
Governor or Lt. Governor candidates ever in Massachusetts -- or in of any state in America. In any place but Massachusetts
they would be liberal Democrats, not Republicans. How bad are Baker and Tisei? Click here.
Since the convention
two outstanding and well-qualified pro-life and pro-family candidates have come forward willing to challenge Baker and Tisei
as write-in candidates:
Scott Lively for Governor and Keith Davis for Lt. Governor.
Scott Lively, 60 Sherman St., Springfield
INSTRUCTIONS to write in pro-family candidates on Sept. 14
It is VERY important that you vote
for these two in Tuesday’s primary. This will send a message to the RINO Republican establishment. Since relatively
few people vote in most primaries, they could possibly (tho it's a longshot) appear on the ballot in the November general
election instead of Baker or Tisei! This has actually happened twice in Massachusetts in recent years -- a write-in candidate
beat a ballot candidate in a primary in state rep races, and both times that candidate went on to became the state rep.
Republican Primary: Write-in for State Attorney General
Don't get us started on why the Massachusetts Republican
Party was so incompetent that it did not field a candidate for Attorney General. There are several rumors floating around
about this. But judging from the way potential candidates were rebuffed at the Convention last April, it appears that the
Republican establishment actually decided not to challenge Martha Coakley.
In any case, both Guy Carbone of Belmont
and Jim McKenna of Millbury have decided to try to get the necessary 10,000 write-in votes in the Republican Primary to get
on the ballot against Coakley in November. Each of them has support of various pro-family groups. Both are good, from what
we've determined so far. Guy Carbone is 76 years old and we wonder how much energy he has left (McKenna is 49). We might give
the nod to McKenna, but there are strong arguments for each.
WRITE IN: James McKenna, Millbury
OR Guy Carbone, Belmont
INSTRUCTIONS to write in pro-family candidates
on Sept. 14
STATE TREASURER - OPEN SEAT
D - STEVEN GROSSMAN, Newton
D - STEVE MURPHY, Boston
Just what we'd need, another liberal moonbat running the state Treasury.
From our standpoint, both are bad choices. Remember Shannon O'Brien?
STATE AUDITOR - OPEN SEAT
The state Auditor would seem to be immune from "culture war" issues. But a huge problem is that enormous tax money
going to left-wing programs goes un-audited and unaccounted for.
D - SUZANNE BUMP, Great Barrington [Globe]
D - GUY GLODIS, Auburn
D - MIKE LAKE, Boston [Herald]
Former state rep Guy Glodis
would be a Republican in any other state, and is certainly more conservative than the Republican establishment here. A Boston
Globe columnist recently complained that Glodis is "on the wrong side of nearly every liberal issue -- gay rights, the
death penalty, gun control, taxes, and diversity." However, since Glodis is pro-choice we can't give him our high rating.
On the other hand, Suzanne Bump (who marched in June's Boston Gay Pride Parade) and Mike Lake are textbook leftists. We think
Glodis has the campaign in place to win this one.
R - MARY CONNAUGHTON, Framingham [Globe] [Herald]
R - KAMAL JAIN, Lowell
Mary Connaughton is very qualified, has a record of conservative public service,
and the only actual auditor running for State Auditor. Kamal Jain is an interesting guy, but probably would get snowed a lot
in this job. The trouble is, both of them boycotted the Lexington Tea Party in July because MassResistance was there. Jain
specifically named us as the reason he wasn't going. So we can't endorse either of them, if this is the way shun being around
Congress - DISTRICT 2 - Incumbent: Rep. RICHARD NEAL
R - JAY
R - THOMAS WESLEY, Hopedale
Tom Wesley is "definitely pro-life" and
with us on the marriage issue and "Don't ask don't tell." Fleitman "supports gay rights and civil unions, though
not gay marriage" and "opposes abortion in third trimester" but not before. This should be a pretty easy choice.
Congress - DISTRICT 3 - Incumbent: Rep. JAMES MCGOVERN
R - ROBERT CHIPMAN, Plainville
- ROBERT DELLE, Westborough
R - BRIAN HERR, Hopkinton
R - MARTY LAMB, Holliston
R - MICHAEL
"I'm trying to be the most conservative member of the bunch," Robert Delle told a local
newspaper. We can't argue much with that. Marty Lamb is also pretty conservative and a very aggressive candidate. Michael
Stopa is very interesting (and reasonably conservative), but is pro-choice. Stopa is a physicist at Harvard -- probably
the most right-wing guy in his department, we'd guess.
Congress - DISTRICT 4 - Incumbent: Rep. BARNEY FRANK
D -*BARNEY FRANK, Newton
D - RACHEL BROWN, Quincy
Rachel Brown is a LaRouche candidate running
as a Democrat. The LaRouche people get some of this stuff right, tho other stuff is a bit out there. But Barney Frank is 100%
R - SEAN BIELAT, Brookline [Herald]
R - EARL SHOLLEY, Norfolk
Earl Sholley is
100% with us on all the issues, is a smart guy, and a tireless campaigner who got 40% against Cheryl Jacques (in Scott Brown’s
old Senate district) at the height of her career. But he’s been shunned for years by the GOP establishment because of
his staunch conservatism. Sean Bielat suddenly appeared on the scene and has been supported heavily by the GOP establishment
-- and especially the Romney people, who have gotten him on several national TV shows and an unbelievable number major venues,
endorsements, etc. Bielat has a lot of RINO in him in what we’ve seen so far. For example, he complains about "the
far right", which should tell you everything you need to know. He avoided debating Sholley, has carried on a pretty negative
campaign against him, and said he wasn't sure he'd support Sholley against Barney Frank if Sholley won the primary. Unbelievable.
Congress - DISTRICT 5 - Incumbent: Rep. NIKKI TSONGAS
R - JONATHAN GOLNIK, Carlisle
R - SAM
R - ROBERT SHAPIRO, Andover
R - THOMAS WEAVER, Westford
Sam Meas and Thomas
Weaver are both good across the board. Weaver says he is pro-life, pro-traditional marriage, etc. Golnik is pro-choice
but supports traditional marriage. Shapiro is 100% pro-life.
Congress - DISTRICT 6 - Incumbent: Rep. JOHN TIERNEY
R - BILL HUDAK, Boxford
R - ROBERT McCARTHY, Saugus
Both of these guys are good. But Hudak has
definitely carried on a more energetic and aggressive campaign and has raised a ton of money.
Congress - DISTRICT
7 - Incumbent: Rep. EDWARD MARKEY
R - GERRY DEMBROWSKI, Woburn
R - THOMAS TIERNEY, Framingham
Gerry Dembrowski is the real thing. He deserves 100% support. Tierney is basically a shill for the opposition, from what
we can see.
Congress - DISTRICT 9 - Incumbent: Rep. Stephen Lynch
D -*STEPHEN LYNCH, Boston [Herald]
D - MAC D'ALESSANDRO, Milton [Globe]
Stephen Lynch, as we've reported, used to be a pro-family
guy but since going to Congress has gone completely pro-gay. Mac D'Alessandro is actually worse, however. D'Alessandro is
a far-left SEIU union guy put up to run because Lynch wasn't liberal enough for them (or the Boston Globe)!
- VERNON HARRISON, Braintree
R - KEITH LEPOR, Boston [Globe]
Keith Lepor is friendly with the
Tea Party movement and despite his Boston Globe endorsement seems like a pretty good choice.
Congress - DISTRICT
10 - OPEN SEAT -
Incumbent: Rep. Bill Delahunt
D - WILLIAM KEATING, Quincy [Herald]
D - ROBERT O'LEARY, Barnstable [Globe]
O'Leary is currently the Senate Chairman of the Education
Committee in the Mass. Legislature. He has supported all the horrible bills and opposed the good ones, despite hearing our
passionate testimony. Keating is strongly pro-choice and supports the homosexual agenda, including same-sex "marriage."
R - ROBERT HAYDEN, Hanover
R - RAY KASPEROWICZ, Cohasset
R - JOE MALONE, Scituate [Globe]
R - JEFFREY PERRY, Sandwich [Herald]
This has probably gotten the most press of any primary
race. What a mess. We wish we could endorse Jeffrey Perry because he is with us on all the issues and as a State Representative
has been fearless on the immigration issue. But when the pressure is on, he's let us down a few times on key things. His support
for Eric Dahlberg over Sandi Martinez (see below) in their state senate race is horrible, since Dahlberg is pro-choice and
pro same-sex "marriage". Joe Malone is pro-choice but good on the other social stuff. He's endorsed by the Boston
Globe and a liberal Herald columnist, and of course that makes us wonder. He seems to have brushed off the money scandal back
when he was State Treasurer. Ray Kasperowicz, is pro-choice and doesn't seem quite ready for the big leagues.
Senate - First Bristol & Plymouth-(Fall River,Westport,Swansea)
OPEN SEAT - Incumbent:
Joan M. Menard (not running)
D - MICHAEL COOGAN, Freetown
D - LORNE LAWLESS, Somerset
- JOHN MITCHELL, Fall River
D - MICHAEL RODRIGUES, Westport
The above are based on MCFL's ratings. The
winner takes on a pro-choice Republican. Rodrigues is currently a state rep in this district -- one of the better Democrats.
Senate - Cape & Islands - (Cape Cod, Nantucket)
OPEN SEAT - Incumbent: Robert O'Leary (running
D - SHEILA LYONS, Wellfleet
D - DANIEL WOLF, Harwich [MEQ]
R - JAMES CROCKER, Barnstable
R - ERIC STEINHILBER, Barnstable
Senate - First Essex -
(Haverhill, Newburyport, Methuen)
Incumbent: Steven Baddour
R - STEPHEN COLE, Newburyport
- SEAN DOWNING, Methuen
The winner takes on Baddour.
Senate - Second Essex & Middlesex - (Lawrence,
OPEN SEAT - Incumbent: Susan Tucker (not running)
D - BARRY FINEGOLD, Andover
D - JOHN KELLY, Dracut (dropped out)
D - DEBBIE SILBERSTEIN, Andover [PP]
JACK WILSON, Andover
Susan Tucker was as bad as any of these. Finegold is a current state rep in that district,
so he already has a record (and it's pretty bad).
R - PATRICK RAHILLY, Tewksbury
R - JAMISON TOMASEK,
Senate - Hampden - W.Springfield, Agawam
OPEN SEAT - Incumbent: Stephen Buoniconti
D - SUSAN DAWSON, Agawam
D - RONALD PATENAUDE, West Springfield [PP]
D - JAMES WELCH, West Springfield
Welch is the current state representative from that area, now running for Senate.
R - KENNETH CONDON, West Springfield
R - ROBERT MAGOVERN, Agawam
Bob Magovern is a State
Committeman who ran for state rep in 2006 and got 40%.
Senate - First Middlesex - Lowell, Tyngsborough, Westford
OPEN SEAT - Incumbent: Steven Panagiotakos (not running)
D - CHRISTIAN DOHERTY, Lowell
EILEEN DONOGHUE, Lowell [MEQ] [PP]
The winner takes on a Republican and Independent.
- Third Middlesex - Waltham, Chelmsford, Lincoln
Incumbent: Susan Fargo
R - ERIC DAHLBERG, Chelmsford
R - SANDI MARTINEZ, Chelmsford
This race completely summarizes the clash between the RINO Republican establishment
and the conservative base. The incumbent, Susan Fargo, is an off-the-charts liberal. Sandi Martinez is a completely pro-family.
She is the former state CWA chairman and currently head of the Massachusetts Republican Assembly. She’s run against
Fargo the last two times, each time getting just shy of 40%. But now Fargo is feeling the heat and has been publicly moderating
her views considerably over the past several months.
But this year Eric Dahlberg showed up out of nowhere to challenge
Sandi in the primary. Dahlberg is pro-choice, pro-gay “marriage”, and openly hostile to the pro-family movement.
Dahlberg is being supported 100% by the state Republican establishment against Sandi. Former Governor Paul Cellucci (who is
pro-choice) is on Dahlberg’s committee, as is Rep. Jeffrey Perry and several other major Party figures -- and more are
working in the background. In addition, Dahlberg’s campaign has launched particularly nasty personal attacks against
Sandi, while Sandi has tried to stay with the issues.
We’ve never seen anything quite like this, but it’s
clearly a message being sent by the RINO party establishment about cleansing the party of social conservatism.
Senate - Middlesex & Essex - Malden, Wakefield, Stoneham
OPEN SEAT - Incumbent: Richard Tisei (running for
D - KATHERINE CLARK, Melrose [PP]
D - MIKE DAY, Stoneham
Clark is another
far-left unrepentant moonbat. The winner takes on Republican Craig Spadafora of Malden.
Senate - First Middlesex
& Norfolk - Newton, Brookline, Wellesley
Incumbent: Cynthia Creem
D -*CYNTHIA STONE CREEM, Newton
[Globe] [MEQ] [PP]
D - CHARLES RUDNICK, Newton
They're both pretty bad, but Rudnick would
most likely do less damage. Rudnick favors school choice and promises to be more fiscally conservative than Creem.
Senate - Second Suffolk and Middlesex - Boston, Cambridge
Incumbent: Steven Tolman
D -*STEVEN TOLMAN,
D - WILLIAM FEEGBEH, Boston
There is no Republican or Independent running. It would
be great if Tolman could be shown the door. Feegbeh has been endorsed by MFCL.
Senate - Middlesex, Suffolk &
Essex - Cambridge, Everett, Chelsea
Incumbent: Sal DiDomenico
D -*SAL DiDOMENICO, Everett [MEQ]
D - TIMOTHY FLAHERTY, Cambridge
Both are pretty bad. DiDomenico is probably a bit worse, if that makes
a difference. The winner takes on Republican Barbara Bush of Boston.
Senate - Norfolk, Bristol & Plymouth
- Milton, Canton, Randolph
Incumbent: Brian Joyce
R - BOB BURR, Canton
R - RICHARD LIVINGSTON,
The winner takes on Brian Joyce.
Senate - Norfolk & Plymouth - Quincy, Braintree, Holbrook
OPEN SEAT - Incumbent: Michael Morrissey (not running)
D - JOHN KEENAN, Quincy
D - ARTHUR TOBIN,
The winner takes on Republican Daniel Dewey of Quincy.
Senate - Second Suffolk - Boston
Incumbent: Sonia Rosa Chang-Diaz
D -*SONIA CHANG-DÍAZ, Boston [Globe] [MEQ] [PP]
D - HASSAN WILLIAMS, Boston
Chang-Diaz is really terrible and anyone would be better. The one good
thing we know about Hassan Williams is that he refuses to endorse gay "marriage", which has infuriated the homosexual
lobby. That should earn his vote, if nothing else.
Senate - Suffolk & Norfolk - Boston, Dedham, Norwood
OPEN SEAT - Incumbent: Marian Walsh (not running)
D - MICHAEL RUSH, Boston
D - MICHAEL WALSH,
Michael Rush is currently a state rep. The winner takes on Brad Williams, a Republican.
State House of Representatives
House - 1st Berkshire - North Adams, Williamstown
- Incumbent: Daniel Bosley (not running)
D - DAVID BISSAILLON, Adams
D - GAILANNE CARIDDI, North Adams
D - EDWARD MacDONALD, Adams
All three are considered "anti-life" by MCFL.
2nd Berkshire - Pittsfield, Northfield, Dalton
OPEN SEAT - Incumbent: Denis E. Guyer (not running)
- PAUL MARK, Hancock
D - NOREEN SURINER, Middlefield
D - THOMAS SZCZEPANIAK, Dalton
R - MICHAEL CASE, Washington
R - ROSANNE FRIERI, Richmond
Michael Case is pro-life, and pro-family
and has extensive experience in the military. The winners of these primaries take on an Independent. Rosanne Frieri
has suggested raising the sales tax in her debates with Case!
House - 4th Bristol - Rehoboth, Seekonk, Swansea
Incumbent: Steven D'Amico
R - STEVEN HOWITT, Seekonk
R - DAVID SAAD, Seekonk
is a very personable guy, but is pro-choice and pro-gay "marriage". We've been told that Saad is top notch.
The winner takes on D'Amico.
House - 7th Bristol - (Fall River)
Incumbent: Kevin Aguiar
- KEVIN AGUIAR, Fall River
D - ALAN SILVIA, Fall River
Aguiar isn't as terrible as some of the other
Democrats in the State House, but that's not saying a lot. Silvia is endorsed by MCFL. The winner takes on CJ Ferry, a Republican.
House - 8th Bristol - Fall River, Westport
OPEN SEAT - Incumbent: Michael Rodrigues (running for Senate)
D - DAVID DENNIS, Fall River
D - JOHN RODRIGUES, Fall River
D - PAUL SCHMID, Westport
There is no Republican running. The winner takes on an Unenrolled candidate.
House - 9th Bristol - Dartmouth,
OPEN SEAT - Incumbent: John F. Quinn (not running)
D - CHRISTOPHER MARKEY, Dartmouth
D - RAYMOND MEDEIROS., Dartmouth
D - ROBERT TAVARES, Dartmouth
Tavares is endorsed by MFCL,
which considers Medeiros "anti-life". The winner takes on a Republican and Independent.
House - 11th
Bristol - New Bedford, Acushnet
Incumbent: Robert M. Koczera
D -*ROBERT KOCZERA, New Bedford
D - SEAN BURKE, New Bedford
Koczera is only moderately bad. Is Burke worse? Hard to tell. The winner takes
on a Republican.
House - 6th Essex - Beverly
OPEN SEAT - Incumbent: Mary E. Grant (not running)
D - SCOTT HOUSEMAN, Beverly
D - JERALD PARISELLA, Beverly
The winner takes on Republican Brett
House - 9th Essex - Saugus, Wakefield, Lynnfield
Incumbent: Mark Falzone
FALZONE, Saugus [MEQ] [PP]
D - ANTHONY GUARDIA, Wakefield
Falzone is as bad as they come.
The homosexual lobby has sent out thousands of mailers to get him re-elected in this race.
R - RAYMOND IGOU, Saugus
R - DONALD WONG, Saugus
Igou is considered VERY pro-family, and would be a great replacement for Falzone.
House - 14th Essex - Lawrence, N.Andover
Incumbent: David M. Torrisi
R - KEVIN BEGLEY, North
R - STANLEY NOVAK, North Andover
Stanley Novak is pro-life, pro-family, pro-traditional marriage.
The winner takes on Torrisi.
House - 17th Essex - Laurence, Andover, Tewksbury
OPEN SEAT - Incumbent:
Barry R. Finegold (running for Senate)
D - FRANK BONET, Lawrence
D - PATRICIA COMMANE, Andover
R - PAUL ADAMS, Andover
R - SALIM (SAL) TABIT, Andover
Adams is considered very pro-family
and would be a great replacement for Finegold, if he can pull it off.
House - 2nd Franklin - Athol, Greenfield
OPEN SEAT - Incumbent: Christopher Donelan (running for Sheriff of Franklin County)
D - DENISE ANDREWS,
D - LEE CHAUVETTE, Athol
D - MARTIN McGUANE, Greenfield
D - DAVID ROULSTON, Greenfield
D - ROXANN WEDEGARTNER, Greenfield
All of these were rated "anti-life" by MCFL. The winner takes
on an Republican Steven Adam, who is considered pro family, and an Independent.
House - 2nd Hampden - Springfield,
Incumbent: Brian Michael Ashe
R - MARIE ANGELIDES, Longmeadow
R - ENRICO VILLAMAINO,
Villamaino was endorsed by Scott Brown, but we don't know much more about him. The winner takes
House - 3rd Hampden - Agawam, Southwick
Incumbent: Rosemary Sandlin
SANDLIN, Agawam [MEQ] [PP]
D - MARK DEL NEGRO, Agawam
Del Negro is endorsed by MCFL. The
winner takes on Republican Nicholas Boldyga, who got 48% of the vote in 2008, and an Independent.
House - 6th
Hampden - W.Springfield, Springfield, Chicopoee
OPEN SEAT - Incumbent: James Welch (running for Senate)
R - GREGORY NEFFINGER, West Springfield
R - DEAN VOGEL, West Springfield
Both of these candidates
are 100% pro-family. The winner takes on Democrat Michael Finn, who we're told is not particularly strong.
- 9th Hampden - Springfield, Chicopee
Incumbent: Sean Curran
D -*SEAN CURRAN, Springfield
- CHRISTOPHER ASSELIN, Springfield
Asselin used to hold this seat, but had to leave to serve some time in jail.
He certainly has chutzpah for running again. Both of them voted pro-marriage, tho Curran is bad on a lot of other things.
Asselin was friendly to the pro-family cause -- it would be interesting to see him back. The winner takes on an Independent.
House - 1st Middlesex - Groton, Pepperall, Ayer
OPEN SEAT - Incumbent: Robert Hargraves (not running)
R - SHEILA HARRINGTON, Groton
R - CORNELIUS SULLIVAN, Ayer
Harrington is considered a staunch
pro-family person. This has been a Republican district and hopefully should continue that way.
D - JANE MORRISS,
D - JESSE REICH, Ayer [PP]
D - ANTHONY SABOLIAUSKAS, Pepperell
- 6th Middlesex - Framingham
Incumbent: Pam Richardson
D -*PAM RICHARDSON, Framingham [MEQ]
D - CHRIS WALSH, Framingham
Chris Walsh barely lost to Richardson in the 2008 primary (by 3 points).
The winner takes on two Independents. Let's hope that Richardson gets beat this time.
House - 12th Middlesex -
Incumbent: Ruth Balser
D -*RUTH BALSER, Newton [MEQ] [PP]
D - JOHN BORTONE,
Borton describes himself as a "very conservative Democrat" which is good enough for us. He's also
endorsed by MCFL. We'll definitely take him over Balser. There's no Republican so the winner gets it.
22nd Middlesex - Billerica
OPEN SEAT - Incumbent: William Greene (not running)
D - KEVIN CONWAY, Billerica
D - JARRETT SCARPACI, Billerica
R - BRION CANGIAMILA, Billerica
R - MARC LOMBARDO,
Both Cangiamila and Lombardo are well known and very good. The winner faces an Independent in the general
House - 28th Middlesex - Everett, Malden
Incumbent: Stephen Stat Smith
STAT SMITH, Everett [MEQ]
D - JOHN HANLON, Everett
Smith is really bad and anyone would be better.
Hanlon is rated 100% by MCFL, though that's not always a perfect indicator. There is no Republican. The winner takes on Dennis
Gianatassio of Everett, an independent.
House - 32nd Middlesex - Melrose, Wakefield
OPEN SEAT - Incumbent:
Katherine Clark (running for Senate)
R - ERIC ESTEVEZ, Wakefield
R - DAVID LUCAS, Melrose
R - MONICA MEDEIROS, Melrose
David Lucas is endorsed by Patrick Guerriro, the former Republican mayor of Melrose
and a nationally-known homosexual activist. Monica Medeiros is completely with us on the issues. The winner takes on Democrat
Paul Brodeur of Melrose.
House - 2nd Norfolk - Quincy
OPEN SEAT - Incumbent: Stephen Tobin (not running)
D - TACKEY CHAN, Quincy
D - JOSEPH KEEGAN, Quincy
Tobin hadn't had an opponent for the last
four elections. The winner here takes on a Republican and an Independent.
House - 5th Norfolk - Braintree
OPEN SEAT - Incumbent: Joseph R. Driscoll (running for Norfolk County D.A.)
D - MARK JAMES CUSACK, Braintree
D - JAMES MICHAEL DAIUTE, Braintree
D - JAMES REGAN, Braintree
The winner takes on an Independent.
House - 13th Norfolk - Needham, Dover
OPEN SEAT - Incumbent: Lida E. Harkins (not running)
D - GARY McNEILL, Needham
D - DENISE GARLICK, Needham
D - GERALD WASSERMAN, Needham [PP]
All of these, including Levy below, were rated "anti-life" by MCFL, except O'Leary (below) was rated "mixed".
R - JOSHUA LEVY, Needham
R - JOHN O'LEARY, Needham
House - 5th Plymouth - Hanover,
OPEN SEAT - Incumbent: Robert J. Nyman (deceased)
R - JARED VALANZOLA, Rockland
R - KOREY WELCH, Rockland
Valanzola is endorsed by MCFL.
House - 10th Plymouth - Brockton,
Incumbent: Christine Canavan
D -*CHRISTINE CANAVAN, Brockton [PP]
- MATTHEW ALBANESE, West Bridgewater
The winner takes on Republican John Cruz, of West Bridgewater.
12th Plymouth - Kingston, Plympton
Incumbent: Thomas Calter
R - BEN WILSON BURNS QUELLE, Middleborough
R - JOE TRUSCHELLI, Plymouth
Calter slithered in in 2008 by being the only candidate on the ballot. This
is a fairly conservative district and he should be very vulnerable.
House - 2nd Worcester - Gardner, Ashburnham
OPEN SEAT - Incumbent: Robert Rice (not running)
D - AMY FEELEY-KNUUTTILA, Winchendon
D - PATRICK
GERRY, Gardner [MEQ]
The winner takes on a Republican (who's pretty good!) and two Unenrolled candidates
in the general election.
House - 6th Worcester - E.Brookfield, Southbridge, Charlton
R - PETER DURANT, Spencer
R - MICHAEL JAYNES, Southbridge
Both are considered very
good by MCFL. The winner takes on Alicea.
House - 13th Worcester - Worcester, Paxton
OPEN SEAT - Incumbent:
Robert Spellane (not running)
D - MARGOT BARNET, Worcester
D - GINA DiBARO, Worcester
- JOHN MAHONEY, North, Worcester
D - MIKE PEROTTO, Worcester
D - DONALD SHARRY, Worcester
- JOFFREY SMITH, Worcester
The winner takes on a Republican and two Independents in the general election.
House - 18th Essex - Andover, Haverhill, N.Andover
Incumbent: Barbara L'Italien
R - JAMES LYONS, JR.,
R - JOHN THORLIN, Andover
Lyons is endorsed by MCFL. Let's hope one of these guys can beat L'Italien
in the general election. She is really horrible.
House - 4th Suffolk - South Boston
OPEN SEAT - Incumbent:
Brian Wallace (not running)
D - JACOB BOMBARD, Boston
D - NICHOLAS COLLINS., Boston
MICHAEL McGEE, Boston [PP]
D - MARK McGONAGLE, Boston [Globe] [MEQ]
The winner takes
on Republican Patrick Brennan, a REALLY good candidate!
House - 5th Suffolk - Dorchester
- Incumbent: Marie St. Fleur (not running)
D - ALTHEA GARRISON, Boston
D - CARLOS HENRIQUEZ, Boston
D - BARRY LAWTON, Boston
D - ROY OWENS, Boston
Owens is endorsed by MCFL.
House - 6th Suffolk - Boston
OPEN SEAT - Incumbent: Willie Mae Allen (not running)
D - KATHY GABRIEL,
D - RUSSELL HOLMES, Boston [Globe]
D - DARRIN HOWELL, Boston
D - DIVO MONTEIRO,
D - KAREN PAYNE, Boston [MEQ] [PP]
It's not hard to tell that the far left will
be supporting Karen Payne in this race, although strangely the Globe endorsed Holmes. Monteiro is endorsed by MCFL. There's
no Republican or Independent running, so it's winner take all in this primary.
House - 10th Suffolk - Boston,
OPEN SEAT - Incumbent: Michael Rush (running for Senate)
D - MATTHEW BENEDETTI, Boston
D - EDWARD COPPINGER, Boston [Globe]
D - BOB JOYCE, Boston
D - PAMELA (PAM) JULIAN, Brookline
D - PAUL SULLIVAN, Boston
D - KELLY ANN TYNAN, Boston
In this six-person primary race for an
open seat there are no Republicans running so the winner gets it. Bob Joyce is about the best pro-family guy you’ll
ever see, is a lawyer, and is very smart. And to our knowledge, the others are marginal at best. Can Joyce get enough of a
slice of the vote to get through? We've been told that Coppinger has the edge in this race. So if anybody can get out
there and help Joyce, by all means to it!
House - 15th Suffolk - Boston, Brookline
D -*JEFFREY SÁNCHEZ, Boston [MEQ]
D - JEFFREY HERMAN, Boston
Both are considered "anti-life" by MCFL.
The Governor's Council
is a little known but very important group. They approve -- or deny -- all judicial appointments. A lot of bad judges are
on the bench because the Governor's Council was just rubber-stamping things and not doing their job of scrutinizing them properly.
The Governor's Council is made up of 8 people elected from 8 districts, and is chaired by the Lt. Governor, who also votes.
They meet generally monthly at the State House.
In the Sept. 14 primary there are three particularly
important races. In the First District, Joe Ureneck is an outstanding pro-family candidate who we would love to see elected.
In the Fifth District, incumbent Mary Ellen Manning has been a thorn in the establishment's side, so they are running someone
against her in the Democrat primary. Similarly, in the Third District Marilyn Devaney is facing an establishment-backed opponent
for her outspokenness and willingness to challenge bad appointments. In the Second and Fourth districts, the incumbents are
hacks and deserve to be tossed out. (Interesting note: In the First District races, the two Cipollinis are actually
FIRST DISTRICT – OPEN SEAT - Incumbent: Carole A Fiola
D - OLIVER CIPOLLINI, Barnstable
D - JEFFREY GREGORY, Fall River
D - THOMAS HALLAHAN, Oak Bluffs
D - WALTER MONIZ, Fairhaven
D - PATRICIA MOSCA, Bourne
R - CHARLES CIPOLLINI, Fall River
R - JOE URENECK, Boston
SECOND DISTRICT - Incumbent: Kelly Timilty
D * KELLY TIMILTY, Dedham
D - ROBERT JUBINVILLE, Milton
THIRD DISTRICT - Incumbent: Marilyn Devaney
D -*MARILYN DEVANEY, Watertown
D - COREY BELANGER,
FOURTH DISTRICT - Incumbent: Christopher Ianella
D -*CHRISTOPHER IANNELLA, Boston
- STEPHEN FLYNN, Hull
FIFTH DISTRICT - Incumbent: Mary-Ellen Manning
D -*MARY-ELLEN MANNING, Salem
D - JASON PANOS, Peabody
SIXTH DISTRICT - Incumbent: Michael Callahan [OPEN]
D - SUZANNE ENGLISH-MERULLO,
D - TERRENCE KENNEDY, Lynnfield
Sept. 10, 2010
"In a time of universal deceit telling the truth is a revolutionary
- George Orwell
1. Your guide to the September 14 primary elections in Massachusetts.
4. Powerful commentary: "The last refuge of a liberal."
1. Your guide to the
September 14 primary elections in Massachusetts.
Fueled by the Scott Brown election
in January, voter anger in Massachusetts has brought a surge of candidates for office that hasn’t been seen in decades.
There has also been a higher than usual number of incumbents deciding not to run again. As a result, there is an unusually
high number of primary races this year.
On Tuesday’s there are 85 primaries affecting 215 candidates --
including Congressional seats, the major constitutional offices, stage house and senate, and Governor’s Council.
And there are more candidates not in primaries awaiting the Nov. 2 general election.
great opportunity for pro-family candidates
Over the past few decades the liberal establishment
– and particularly the homosexual lobby – has had a virtual lock on the State House. It’s been, in a word,
horrible. Could this year mark a major change to that? We think it could.
But it won’t be easy.
The Massachusetts Republican establishment is now officially pro-gay and pro-abortion. Much of the state’s conservative
movement is caving in. Major Massachusetts pro-life groups are openly endorsing pro-choice candidates.
tried our best to get you good information on as many races as possible, and we’ll be updating our web page right up
until election day as needed. And we also have info on the important major write-in races.
Full guide to races & candidates in Sept. 14 primary
(With links to candidates’ websites)
* Statewide offices
* State Senate
* State House of Representatives
* Governor's Council
help needed in important write-in races
If you live in Massachusetts you can make a difference
this Tuesday . . .
Republican Primary: Write-in for Governor and Lt. Governor
Charlie Baker and Richard Tisei, who've been anointed as candidates for Governor and Lt. Governor by Massachusetts
Republican Party establishment, are arguably among the most radical anti-family Republican-party-endorsed Governor or Lt.
Governor candidates ever in Massachusetts -- or in of any state in America. In any place but Massachusetts they would be liberal
Democrats, not Republicans. How bad are Baker and Tisei? Click here.
Since the convention two outstanding and well-qualified candidates have come forward willing
to challenge Baker and Tisei as pro-family write-in candidates. They are:
Scott Lively for Governor and Keith Davis for Lt. Governor.
It is VERY important that you vote for these two in Tuesday’s primary.
If enough people do this -- and we are encouraging everyone -- this will send a message to the RINO Republican establishment.
Since relatively few people vote in most primaries, they could possibly (tho it's a longshot) appear on the ballot
in the November general election instead of Baker or Tisei! This has actually happened twice in Massachusetts in recent years
-- a write-in candidate beat a ballot candidate in a primary in state rep races, and both times that candidate went on to
became the state rep.
Republican Primary: Write-in for State Attorney General
Don't get us started on why the Massachusetts Republican Party was so incompetent that it did not field a
candidate for Attorney General. There are several rumors floating around about this. But judging from the way
potential candidates were rebuffed at the Convention last April, it appears that the Republican establishment actually decided
not to challenge Martha Coakley.
In any case, both Guy Carbone of Belmont and Jim McKenna of Millbury have decided to try to get the necessary 10,000 write-in votes in the Republican Primary
to get on the ballot against Coakley in November. Each of them has support of various pro-family groups. Both are good, from
what we've determined so far. Guy Carbone is 76 years old and we wonder how much energy he has left (McKenna is 49). We might
give the nod to McKenna, but there are strong arguments for each.
Other primary races this Tuesday that stand out
the entire list HERE
- Senate - Third Middlesex (Waltham, Chelmsford, Lincoln)
Sandi Martinez vs Eric Dahlberg (Republicans)
Incumbent: Susan Fargo (Democrat)
This race completely summarizes the clash between the
RINO Republican establishment and the conservative base. The incumbent, Susan Fargo, is an off-the-charts liberal. Sandi Martinez
is a completely pro-family. She is the former state CWA chairman and currently head of the Massachusetts Republican Assembly.
She’s run against Fargo the last two times, each time getting just shy of 40%. But now Fargo is feeling the heat and
has been publicly moderating her views considerably over the past several months.
But this year Eric Dahlberg showed
up out of nowhere to challenge Sandi in the primary. Dahlberg is pro-choice, pro-gay “marriage”, and openly hostile
to the pro-family movement. Dahlberg is being supported 100% by the state Republican establishment against Sandi. Former Governor
Paul Cellucci (who is pro-choice) is on Dahlberg’s committee, as is Rep. Jeffrey Perry and several other major Party
figures -- and more are working in the background. In addition, Dahlberg’s campaign has launched particularly nasty
personal attacks against Sandi, while Sandi has tried to stay with the issues.
We’ve never seen anything
quite like this, but it’s clearly a message being sent by the RINO party establishment about cleansing the party of
- Fourth Congressional - Barney Frank’s district
Sean Bielat vs Earl Sholley
This is a lot like the Sandi Martinez situation (above). Earl Sholley is 100% with us on all the issues, is a
smart guy, and a tireless campaigner who got 40% against Cheryl Jacques (in Scott Brown’s old Senate district) at the
height of her career. But he’s been shunned for years by the GOP establishment because of his staunch conservatism.
Sean Bielat suddenly appeared on the scene and has been supported heavily by the GOP establishment -- and especially the Romney
people, who have gotten him on several national TV shows and an unbelievable number major venues, endorsements, etc. Bielat
has a lot of RINO in him in what we’ve seen so far. For example, he complains about "the far right", which
should tell you everything you need to know. He avoided debating Sholley, has carried on a pretty negative campaign against
him, and said he wasn't sure he'd support Sholley against Barney Frank if Sholley won the primary. Unbelievable.
- Democrat primary race for state Auditor
Guy Glodis, Suzanne Bump, Mike Lake
Former state rep Guy Glodis would be a Republican in any other state, and is certainly more conservative than
the Republican establishment here. A Boston Globe columnist recently complained that Glodis "on the wrong side
of nearly every liberal issue -- gay rights, the death penalty, gun control, taxes, and diversity." On the other hand,
Suzanne Bump (who marched in June's Boston Pride Parade) and Mike Lake are textbook leftists. We think Glodis has the campaign
in place to win this one. The state Auditor would seem to be immune from "culture war" issues. But a huge problem
is that enormous tax money going to left-wing programs goes un-audited and unaccounted for. That needs to stop.
- Tenth Congressional District – (SE Mass, Cape, Islands)
Republican primary: Jeff Perry vs Joe Malone (and others).
This has probably gotten the most press of any primary race. We wish we could endorse Jeffrey Perry
because he is with us on all the issues and as a State Representative has been fearless on the immigration issue. But when
the pressure is on, he's let us down a few times on key things. His support for Eric Dahlberg over Sandi Martinez (see above)
in their state senate race is horrible, since Dahlberg is pro-choice and pro same-sex "marriage". Joe Malone
is pro-choice but good on the other social stuff. He's endorsed by the Boston Globe and a liberal Herald
columnist, and of course that makes us wonder. He seems to have brushed off the money scandal back when he was State Treasurer.
Ray Kasperowicz, who is also running, is pro-choice and doesn't seem quite ready for the big leagues.
House - 10th Suffolk (Boston, Brookline)
Democrat primary: Bob Joyce, four others
In this six-person primary race for an open seat there are no Republicans running so the winner gets
it. Bob Joyce is about the best pro-family guy you’ll ever see, is a lawyer, and is very smart. And to our knowledge,
the others are marginal at best. Can Joyce get enough of a slice of the vote to get through? We know that that the homosexual
lobby is capable of pulling off something like this if they need to. Can conservative groups do it? This will be interesting
4. Powerful commentary:
"The last refuge of a liberal."
Many of you may have already have seen this. If so, it's worth
reading again. It was originally published last week in newspapers across the country and on the Internet. We're not normally
the biggest fans of Charles Krauthammer, but he really hit it this time.
Krauthammer is shining a light on why
we must never be cowed or intimidated by the Left. We need to constantly stand strong and face them -- especially when their
ideas and actions are being exposed as fraudulend and destructive -- and not be afraid of their bullying and lies.
The last refuge of a liberal
By Charles Krauthammer
Friday, August 27, 2010;
Liberalism under siege is an ugly sight indeed. Just yesterday it was all hope and change and returning power
to the people. But the people have proved so disappointing. Their recalcitrance has, in only 19 months, turned the predicted
40-year liberal ascendancy (James Carville) into a full retreat. Ah, the people, the little people, the small-town people,
the "bitter" people, as Barack Obama in an unguarded moment once memorably called them, clinging "to guns or
religion or" -- this part is less remembered -- "antipathy toward people who aren't like them."
a polite way of saying: clinging to bigotry. And promiscuous charges of bigotry are precisely how our current rulers and their
vast media auxiliary react to an obstreperous citizenry that insists on incorrect thinking.
-- Resistance to the
vast expansion of government power, intrusiveness and debt, as represented by the Tea Party movement? Why, racist resentment
toward a black president.
-- Disgust and alarm with the federal government's unwillingness to curb illegal immigration,
as crystallized in the Arizona law? Nativism.
-- Opposition to the most radical redefinition of marriage in human
history, as expressed in Proposition 8 in California? Homophobia.
-- Opposition to a 15-story Islamic center and
mosque near Ground Zero? Islamophobia.
Now we know why the country has become "ungovernable," last year's
excuse for the Democrats' failure of governance: Who can possibly govern a nation of racist, nativist, homophobic Islamophobes?
Note what connects these issues. In every one, liberals have lost the argument in the court of public opinion.
Majorities -- often lopsided majorities -- oppose President Obama's social-democratic agenda (e.g., the stimulus, Obamacare),
support the Arizona law, oppose gay marriage and reject a mosque near Ground Zero.
What's a liberal to do? Pull
out the bigotry charge, the trump that preempts debate and gives no credit to the seriousness and substance of the contrary
argument. The most venerable of these trumps is, of course, the race card. When the Tea Party arose, a spontaneous, leaderless
and perfectly natural (and traditionally American) reaction to the vast expansion of government intrinsic to the president's
proudly proclaimed transformational agenda, the liberal commentariat cast it as a mob of angry white yahoos disguising their
antipathy to a black president by cleverly speaking in economic terms.
Then came Arizona and S.B. 1070. It seems
impossible for the left to believe that people of good will could hold that: (a) illegal immigration should be illegal, (b)
the federal government should not hold border enforcement hostage to comprehensive reform, i.e., amnesty, (c) every country
has the right to determine the composition of its immigrant population.
As for Proposition 8, is it so hard to
see why people might believe that a single judge overturning the will of 7 million voters is an affront to democracy? And
that seeing merit in retaining the structure of the most ancient and fundamental of all social institutions is something other
than an alleged hatred of gays -- particularly since the opposite-gender requirement has characterized virtually every society
in all the millennia until just a few years ago?
And now the mosque near Ground Zero. The intelligentsia is near
unanimous that the only possible grounds for opposition is bigotry toward Muslims. This smug attribution of bigotry to two-thirds
of the population hinges on the insistence on a complete lack of connection between Islam and radical Islam, a proposition
that dovetails perfectly with the Obama administration's pretense that we are at war with nothing more than "violent
extremists" of inscrutable motive and indiscernible belief. Those who reject this as both ridiculous and politically
correct (an admitted redundancy) are declared Islamophobes, the ad hominem du jour.
It is a measure of the corruption
of liberal thought and the collapse of its self-confidence that, finding itself so widely repudiated, it resorts reflexively
to the cheapest race-baiting (in a colorful variety of forms). Indeed, how can one reason with a nation of pitchfork-wielding
mobs brimming with "antipathy toward people who aren't like them" -- blacks, Hispanics, gays and Muslims -- a nation
that is, as Michelle Obama once put it succinctly, "just downright mean"?
The Democrats are going to
get beaten badly in November. Not just because the economy is ailing. And not just because Obama over-read his mandate in
governing too far left. But because a comeuppance is due the arrogant elites whose undisguised contempt for the great unwashed
prevents them from conceding a modicum of serious thought to those who dare oppose them.
of death starts with bad ideas constantly forced on us in a facist-like manner. As free citizens we must constantly confront
it or it will consume us.
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Mitt Romney Deception: http://massresistance.org/romney/ finally the word is out! Is that the kind of Republican you want in a corner or oval office????? Open the
Government.. Now! Will this become the Grudge Report?
SEND A NOTE TO THE DEPT OF EDUCATION
ON BULLYING! TODAY!
As for me, I have been bullied
since I was born, by arrogant people everywhere who are tasteless insensitive and ugly. I teach manners. That
is the way to beat the bullies. Yes, sometimes it is turning the other cheek as well, and sometimes coming up with a
quick pop in the nose helps as well. The wicked bullies will get theirs. But we are talking about a serious breach
in the way people think. We are talking about enforcing wrong and punishing right. We are using illogical arguments to
common sense to abuse good people.
The Bible is
full of good advice in Proverbs. That will curb a lot of bullies from doing their violence to innocent people.
But we are tossing that book of wisdom out the window these days. The Dept of Education used to teach the Bible and
learning to read was to learn to read the Bible. But we have gotten so smart we are bigger and wiser and stronger than that
book of sayings. We are not winning this war on bullies or violence because we refuse to acknowledge these ways are
Bullies are sinners who need to be saved to
act right. That is my opinion and that is the truth. When that is back on the front burner.. people will have
remorse and feel bad for what they do. Not until.
is done in all ages and sexes. It is a way of life for some people. They are so good at it they no longer know
they are bullies. Just focusing on Homosexual victims is not the answer. That is too narrow a focus. The
root problem is jealousy. Jealousy of good conduct provokes bullies to pick on their victims until they find a way to
break them down and make them eat cow. Because we are all sinners and have all lost our way we will never cure the bully
syndrome by making kids feel ashamed while they are still examining their behaviors and fixing them. We need to steer
kids appropriately to honor their parents teachers and government officials. Honor God first and the other will follow
in cadence. Without the first block we are only enforcing head banging on a general nuisance level.
Feel free to repost this anywhere. August 24 2010
The Department of Education will not despise
the morality of our children by pinning the condoms on the Jack Ass of politically correct educational corruptions.
This Nation Under God will not be ridiculed in its equality by challenging the verbal continence of truth through distortion
of truth. A people will rise up and resist this mockery of our liberties. We shall see it and it shall be a consequence
of truth as it defends itself. Who are you? Which side do you stand on America.. who are you in this cosm of time?
Who are you individuals? Are you in step with reality? Whose Reality? Pick up your stick and stand ready..
Thanks Glenn Beck.. Moses changed his generation, one man can change the generation.. The General has spoken.
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 25, 2010
Wednesday is the deadline for public comments on regulations the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education is promulgating
to implement the state's new anti-bullying law. The regulations address the duties of principals to address bullying prevention
and intervention, notice from statehousenewsservice.. Please write email or fax your opinion to the State Department of Education
Hot steamy stories.. Cape Cod .. Provincetown
will forever be remembered in the Country as enabling 7 year olds to betray the obedience of their parents, sneak behind their
backs, lie to parents, and commit porny acts with siblings, with the schools support, the superintendants support and the
social mania medical supports.. teaching kids to become rebels of another kind.. sexualized to oblivion.. do I need
say anymore??? Parents are furious on the street.. parents are enraged.. and we have only begun to feel the impact.. join
the anti -rebellion impact today and rebel against the schools the establishment superintendants in rebellion, that
think they can impact the kids and not be accountable to the parents, tax dollars or go to jail??
http://www.polijam.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=25172:dont-ask-policy-ruled-unconstitutional&catid=52:politics&Itemid=28, Log Cabin Republicans from the inside bring lawsuit against the Military Don't Ask Don't Tell ruling saying it violates
their First Amendment Rights. Fed Judge rules to reverse it. How gay is that!
Would that Judge rule against buring the Korans?????? I don't think so.. hackacide liberalats..
Ryan Sorba is my hero.. check his blog.. and
he will be yours also. http://ryansorba.blogspot.com/
August 9 2010 Breaking News..
While the following story was breaking out of California, Catch of the Day, Video
News was in Chicago covering the AFTAH Convention. Traveling this summer to Arkansas, St.Louis, and Kansas City Missouri,
Aldrich attempted to get a pulse on the current Election nerve issues around subjects like the Gay Identity Issues affecting
America from sea to shining sea. \
Please stay tuned for some dramatic coverage and perspective in the next few
weeks. Here is a clip on Proposition 8 Constitutional Crisis we face. Who will become believing again when it comes
to the power of the Citizenry to diffuse Government Marxist seige. We are are at war folks in every level of the social
strata. This is just the beginning and what will they do next to stop pubic outcry as it occurs. The Press is
under their control ??? up to your imagination now.
Starting back this week of August 22 to post and update.
My apologies to anyone using and relying on my posts. JAldrich
To find my footage on u Tube please check www.aftah.org, they posted my footage of Ryan Sorba ...
Friday, California Federal Judge overturns Proposition 8 the Peoples vote to retain Marriage for one man one woman. When
will the Courts take a correct role in this subject. It was planned long ago it is becoming more obvious. At each
juncture the Courts have been loaded with the Gay identity Guns and have fired relentlessly at the People. Now the children
are the target and families are being attacked in the bedrooms of iniquity. Because the Churches are entangled in their
own penetrations the penitence needed is avoided for Political correctness. No one wants to come forward and admit the
challenge is widespread in every corner. Each is determined to fight their own part and not see the full specter of
opposition to decent morality. God save the Commonwealth of the American People. I hope you have prayed yourself
up enough to withstand the next part of the battle. We all know the story of the German takeover.. they came for them
and I was too busy.. then they came for me and there was no one left to help me.. Wake up America.. truth is falling in the
streets and when will you scream no!
www.Americansfortruth.org, Please visit the site for an update on the convention last week and the outstanding
testimony . Two individuals attended that were from the Gay identity side. One was recording from the start on
an audio recorder and was seen across the room on film by Catch of the Day. It is one thing to attend a paid event and
another to spy. This recorder was openly recording the event. A second individual was later typing notes into
a computer. There could have been recording going on but it was not determined at this time. If that was to be
so that constituted a crime. One must be openly recording to be considered legitimate although this event was permission
only. There was one hired recorder and they will be producing a for sale item. i recommend every Church in the
Country order this series of 24 lectures on the Gay Identity subject. Catch of the Day also taped the event and will
be contributing the tapes to the Group. The package to be purchased will be through AFTAH. J Aldrich, considers
this the most important single meeting ever attended on this subject. It is worth 250.00 It is being sold for
less. i would suggest if you would pay that amount as a donation. The speakers were solidly attended and will
be doing the entire Country a great service by their knowledge. Thank you AFTAH for this Convention.
is not Scott Brown.. that is the poster boy of Adam and Steve the new Genesis Concoction of Genetic Firey Combustion
on the streets of Boston the rain tried to put out... on Saturday June 12 2010 for PRIDE DAY PARADE and 40 years of heckling
straights.. across America.. is this a family thing?? am I seeing this??
oh and a few yards up was the pagan priests.. heckling the straights
with Jesus had two Dads. ya right.. I see a case for bullying in this picture.. tell me they are not openly hard core bullying
the straight church mocking openly chastity purity clean thinking a staple in any traditional religious community .. along
with the Churchy politicians sticking it to traditional voters.. good bye to mores.. try reading the book.. on the history
of Russia and the Socialist takeover.. your lookin at it baby..
ALONG WITH STEVIE IS THE MAYOR THE GOVERNOR AND GOVERNOR WISH TO BE endorsed by Scott Brown..
ya know.. how sweet it is.. .. Go to Massresistance.org for more of this story..
I just thought a little shockup would help to clarify the problem here.. in case
you don't get it?? yOU DO GET IT? don't you?? posted June 17 2010 5 days later.. jaldrich
http://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/45711 Obama makes a plan to send thousands to Afganistan with no end in site and calls June Homosexual Month, and wants to
get rid of Don't ask don't tell, Doma and whatever this nation believes in morally. What is goinga on!
Wake up America! Does that represent you??
Army wants to make the gay story go away and not talk
about it.. ok.. so he likes don't ask don't tell.. and the military owns the members while serving so they will do whatever
they like.. but the plan is to sidestep the Marines and pass it without them.. no more tight military.. this is a divide and
conquer plan.. the D& C plan.. all politics as usual to me.. I am so confoosed..
So how do we fix this?? Obama fires General Mc......forget.. the name.. he was the stonewall that was
holding this dont ask dont tell repeal block up.. the prohomobamaphobe.. Watch and see show and tell gets even stranger as
Massachusetts provincetown superintendant sets the tone for seven year old sexual addictions destroying the innocence of the
dream.. to see this nation rise as a leader.. showing the fruit of our labor is righteousness.. Anyway, the General
resigned.. and the fire is a lie.. he walked in and put his resignation papers on the table.. he is a hero to buck
the black buck in the whitehouse. The same buck that stated for the next four years I am white! The same day 11
soldiers died and who knows who got their head chopped off.. that will come out won't it but not til most are forgetting this
event happened at all. I am sure the troops felt the pangs of change from the top.. in their steadfast enduring endurance.
Patrayal doesn't care about don't ask don't tell repeal..
comment.. why didn't all the Generals dig their heels in and defend their Patriot Commmader.. D & C divide and conquer
accomplished.. we are talking about balls here arn't we.. How about making him President next election!
June 26 2010 Savage Radio states Obama plans to Executive order illegal immigrants for voter rights..
Starbucks sexual harrassment case.. so much for sweet
sixteen.. remember that when you go for your bitter coffee in the morning.. posted June 7 2010
OK june2010 case going on where
a guy wants access to church after serving time as sex offender.
Well, does he understand the evidence is established there is practically no reversal after the addiction
starts in? So he wants access build trust with children who will see a double standard working and will be using scripture
to gain access. This case will be a head banger for sure. So how does the next story apply to this one?
You cannot judge correctly without the Word of God. Let's see how they can do juris legal damage this principle.
goes viral.. but wait.. the supreme Court just did extend sentencing for sex offenders indefinitely if someone in authority
thinks... thinks.. think..s.. he will reoffend... gotta see this one and where this is going.. This is what happens when we
have gutless people on the supreme court.. with no grasp of the law..
may272010 site under attack.. posting first
time in about 20 days. just got news.. www.newsmeat.com,
Senate voting to REPEAL Don't ask don't tell.. so we
will ask and we will tell is that what they want?
ago.. 202 224 4543 I heard it from Chicago an hour ago.. call Senator Brown.. tell him you are not happy! 781
444 0200 Shame on the Military.. shame on them.. our sons and daughters will be at risk in their bunks.. how dumb
is dumb .. can you believe this??? Let Washington know ..
http://massresistance.org/docs/govt09/bills/bills_bad.html anti family bad bills list by Mass Resistance and it includes the text.
Catholic School denies access to child of Lesbian parents..
good for them.
In the New Testament today the reading
was from the Catholic version Bible Acts of the Apostles.. chapter 15 verses 28 and 29 letter to the Non Jewish Believers..
states to stay away from unlawful marriages, catholic version, if you do this you will do well.. very pertinent.. other
translations call it fornication, kj, sexual sin, sexual immorality, niv, revised standard, unchastity, revised
This Plaintiff moving party is in disharmony
with the text of the scriptures disharmony with natures God and is implying the law has no binding interest in the moral
compass of these above teachings in ActsoftheApostles Book in the New Testament or in strict interpretation of immorality in
Deuteronomy such as fornication or homosexual conduct , this is an assault on the Biblical definition of morality
and reason by definition of the Holy Scriptures warnings of the by products of sexual misconduct , and not a choice on marriage.
To assault the Bible with erroneous interpretation is not just it is mockery. Editorial comment JAldrich 5710 a very
yesterday 5 6 10 about noon a fire alarm went off due to a real fire.. why just yesterday in the Boston Federal District
Court.. a little bit scary.. de ja vu .. as people were evacuated and herded down stairwells.. I was there.. but we
could not have National Prayer Day in Washington this year.. I suggested we all pray we could get back in the building as
we stood outside on the edges of the Federal Building in Boston, Massachusetts. connecting the dots..http://newsmeat.com/news/meat.php?articleId=74009100&channelId=2951&buyerId=newsmeatcom&buid=3281