Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Stuck in a Smile

I live now one day at a time , I find my self perpetually stuck in a Smile. Living in Massachusetts can wear any sane minded Independent, Conservative voter mad. Well with Scott Brown we stood up and said HELL NO. And historically Scott Brown took on the Democratic machine and thrashed it. I am personally right of Scott Brown but he sure is better than Progressive liberal Margaret Coakley. And Scott Brown is on the right side of the big picture issues.

They said it was a fluke, well we rallied around Richard Ross to hold Scott Browns State seat in another special election. The Blue felt they were entitled to to take that seat back. HELL NO again, Ross won 62% of the votes and trounced his liberal adversary.

Now as we move on to November the same arrogant democratic machine will dismiss us the Independent, Conservative, Republican Teaparty working class voters. That what they don't get they can't combat!

So for every small local kick in the teeth we take lets hold hands and fight harder and take back our Commonwealth one seat at a time. Someday soon even the liberals are going to see National, State and Local spending is bankrupting this great country, town by town.

I'm stuck in a smile for more than one reason, but know that when it's bad for the Democrats in Massachusetts its bad for them everywhere!

Monday, May 17, 2010

Looking Inward

Today I felt myself reaching out. Reaching to connect and latch on to happiness. I'm good at that game but looking in the mirror my happiness was actually with me the whole time. Duh, it took a great friend of mine to shake me out of that.

Tired of being lonely, time to take charge of my life. My friend, I thank you, you moved me.

Friday, May 14, 2010

Its time to Repeal Neal in MA02, Tom Wesley Campaigning Tirelessly

I recently received this E-mail from the Tom Wesley campaign. In it is a great video of a Gathering in Douglas where he spoke. There are also a few handy links to his website, Twitter and Facebook.  


Earlier this month, I appeared at a gathering of patriots in Douglas,
Massachusetts. These citizens came together to celebrate America and our most
precious freedoms: our freedom of speech and our right to assemble. From this
event came the following web video, titled "[1]The Epicenter of Freedom":


Our campaign for U.S. Congress is garnering national attention.  We have been
featured on CNN.  Similar campaigns are taking place around the country, and
momentum is building toward November. We are witnessing history in the making
as the people organize and work to change the face of their government in
Washington, D.C.

I hope this video, and the words that I delivered to that crowd in Douglas,
will inspire more people to get involved in our campaign to "Repeal Richard
Neal" here in the Second District. The people are ready for a new generation of
leaders in Congress, who seek to serve the people, not the party.  I pledge to
bring leadership to this honorable group.

I ask for your support and I ask for your vote. I invite you to please forward
this email to as many people as you know, whether they are in the Second
District or beyond. Our message is one that is applicable across the country.

To Victory,


Tom Wesley

Candidate for U.S. Congress (MA-2)



Paid for by Tom Wesley for U.S. Congress


This message was sent by: Tom Wesley For Congress, 190 Dutcher Street, Hopedale, MA 01747

Saturday, May 8, 2010

Scott Brown came back to town

Three months after his historic win of the Peoples seat in MA 1-19-2010. US Senator Scott Brown returned to support Richard Ross running to fill his old MA state seat. In his truck driving around  Wrentham/North Attleboro. An event moved indoors on a dreary New England spring Sunday.

Also speaking attending was Charlie Baker running for Governor. Karyn Polito who is running for Treasurer. Jeniffer Nassour  the MA Republican party chair.  Many running in November were there, Brad Marsten, Marty Lamb included.

To a standing room only crowd Richard Ross made a passionate speech on why 1-19-2010 needs to continue on 5-11-2010. The race to fill Scott Brown's seat has taken on national importance to the DC Dem political machine. The energy was big and only got bigger as Charlie Baker than Scott Brown took the podium to speak. I felt like 1-19-2010 deja vu. This is truly a people's movement. MSM can mock it but they are spot wrong on.

Scott Brown came back to town, and a real storm is brewing in November for the incumbent democrats nationwide.