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Saturday, November 8, 2014

Rhode Island election jokes

What do you call an illegal alien in Providence with a stolen green card? A Cicilline  voter.

What do you call an illegal alien in Providence with a stolen green card and a criminal record? A Cicilline campaign coordinator.

Why are there no ice cubes at the state house? Governor Chafee lost the recipe.

Why did they close the Chafee library? Someone stole the book.

In Providence, what do you call an atheist shoplifter? Mayor-elect.

How do you make Clay Pell's sailboat sink? Put it in water.

What is the difference between a smart East Side voter and a unicorn? Nothing, both fictional characters.

What is the difference between Central Falls illegal alien and ET? ET eventually went home.

Why did Peter Kilmartin take Viagra on Tuesday? He heard it was erection day.

What is the difference between Clay Pell and a broken clock? The broken clock is right at least twice a day.


Friday, November 7, 2014

Voting in the sanctuary city of Providence

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You have to question the state of mind of any sane person who would choose to live in Providence these days, with homeless urinating in the streets, horrible roads, ridiculous high taxes, rampant murder and crime, crumbling schools, and illegals taking over neighborhoods. So instead of Dr. " Jorge" Harrop   running for mayor, he should have opened a free mental health clinic for the voters of the city ,who seem clearly deranged and unstable. Although the voters of the state were hoping for change, the voters of Providence cast ballots to insure the status quo would continue to rule the day.  Who exactly are these "residents"that are deciding our elections? Well, what  do you get when you possess an EBT card,  a fake "Green" card, and speak english as a second language? A ballot. The democrats  in state-wide elections faced opposition in places like Smithfield, Johnston  and North Providence, but the  Providence vote totals washed it  away like Waterfire.  Fung beat Gina by 2,000 votes in 38 of  the 39 cities and towns ( in total), but the romp was on in the sanctuary city. " No speak English " is "no problem "as long as you can draw a line ----- Democrat for the master lever. Cicciline , of course, is the king of bringing in " new residents " to live in the city ( no questions asked) in exchange for a " line" every two years on the ballot. It is truly incredible how the entire country voted against President Obama and the democrats, but in Rhode Island the democrats swept the election ,thanks to voting in Providence.  The other part of this " only in Rhode Island" equation is the voting on the East Side,  which kept Cianci out of office, but put Raimondo on Smith Hill and kept Cicilline in D.C. While parts of the west side resemble Guatemala, Blackstone boulevard continues to exist in a separate universe from reality, where paying high taxes is considered a " moral obligation." The rich and the poor continue to screw us even more. In 2010, Chafee swept Providence and became governor.  In 2014, Gina followed the same strategy and will take the oath in January. The " dreamers" have created a nightmare for the rest of the state. The first order of business in 2015? They want to eliminate voter ID and give drivers licenses to illegals. I think I need a drink at the $3 dollar bar. 

Monday, November 3, 2014

Fung, Raimondo and Healey on Election Day

With 2014 Election Day set to begin, here are some final thoughts on who replaces Governor Gump. All eyes will be on the race for governor and the really big question is " did Gina blow it?" Raimondo overspent in the primary and found herself , for the first time, at a disadvantage in the game of money. Gina spent millions making herself likeable,( meatloaf, family bike riding, Gansett) only to destroy it all with the Planned Parenthood rally. Bishop Tobin when on the attack, La Salle tore down her plaque, and her commercials went " fade to black." Raimondo went into hiding for 3 weeks, but benefitted from a Fung Team that agreed to a late debate schedule instead of kicking things into gear in early October. The Raimondo campaign watched their internal poll numbers tumble down and watched as undecided voters began to break to Fung. If Bob Healey were not in the race, it may have been Fung in a romp. But Healey is in the race, and picking up steam and momentum every minute. Animosity towards Gina Raimondo has reached epic perportions with comparisons to the " wicked witch" to a Wall Street insider and anti-Christ. Mayor Fung has not run a great campaign but he has not run a bad campaign. Fung has surged due to Gina morphing into " Myrth Yorke."With the exception of the CH 12, Raimondo also benefitted from a few weak TV " debates" that basically repeated the same questions we have heard since May with no surprises and questions that played to her strengths. The  President Obama visit did little to help, and may have hurt Gina with male independent voters. I expect a low voter turnout and if the Fung campaign spend their money properly, they should do well in Warwick, Cranston, Johnston, and North Providence. In Providence, the Cianci voter is not a Raimondo voter. This race has all the makings of an upset.

Sunday, November 2, 2014

Exclusive: Text blast claims Gina Raimondo is Pro-Life

Text sent out 11/2/14

People around the state were shocked to receive an interesting text message: Gina Raimondo is Pro-Life. The woman who answered the phone that sent it out the text, Anne Paterson, claims she approached Gina outside church and the Democrat candidate claims the media has lied about her position and she is Pro-Life. At this time, there is no known connection to this message and the campaign.

Put on church cars

Meanwhile, church goers throughout the state found a message on their cars concerning both Fung and Gina.

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