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NH4RonPaul
04-28-2010, 09:44 AM
It will be crucial for NH to defeat the leftists and the top down candidates in 2010.

We have several grassroots candidates worthy of your attention.

Governor - John Stephen (http://www.johnstephen.com)

US Senate - Jim Bender (http://www.benderforsenate.com)

Congress District 1 - Frank Guinta (http://www.teamguinta.com)
Congress District 2 - Bob Giuda (http://www.bobgiuda.com)

:)

NH4RonPaul
05-02-2010, 10:49 AM
Watch the Senatorial Debates here:
http://www.pegondemand.tv/browse_item.html?category_id=3152&item_id=112

Jim Bender is the only candidate who invokes the Constitution to remind us of it being his guide to the limited powers of the federal government.

If you can donate to Jim's campaign, see www.benderforsenate.com

ItsTime
05-02-2010, 10:56 AM
Hodes needs to go.

FSP-Rebel
05-02-2010, 05:01 PM
Watch the Senatorial Debates here:
http://www.pegondemand.tv/browse_item.html?category_id=3152&item_id=112

Jim Bender is the only candidate who invokes the Constitution to remind us of it being his guide to the limited powers of the federal government.

If you can donate to Jim's campaign, see www.benderforsenate.com
I was at the debate yesterday and Bender did a pretty good job, though I liked Ovide and Ayotte as well. I'm probably going with Kelly since I know her the best out of the bunch.
Had a chance to talk with Stephens for a while and he definitely gets my vote. He'll be a great governor and will help get us back in to fiscal shape. Also, I think we'll see the GOP takeover the state house and senate which will help us lower spending.

Nathan Hale
05-02-2010, 05:52 PM
I was at the debate yesterday and Bender did a pretty good job, though I liked Ovide and Ayotte as well. I'm probably going with Kelly since I know her the best out of the bunch.
Had a chance to talk with Stephens for a while and he definitely gets my vote. He'll be a great governor and will help get us back in to fiscal shape. Also, I think we'll see the GOP takeover the state house and senate which will help us lower spending.

Lynch, however, is entrenched like a motherfucker (pardon the term, but it's accurate). What's the game plan to separate Stephens from the also rans of 2006 and 2008?

ItsTime
05-02-2010, 06:08 PM
Binnie has been running ads 24/7 esp during Glenn Beck. Here are some poll numbers.

http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/elections2/election_2010/election_2010_senate_elections/new_hampshire/election_2010_new_hampshire_senate

I like this


Nineteen percent (19%) of New Hampshire voters have a very favorable view of Hodes, who has represented the state in Congress since 2007. Thirty-four percent (34%) view him very unfavorably, up nine points since January.

FSP-Rebel
05-02-2010, 07:22 PM
Lynch, however, is entrenched like a motherfucker (pardon the term, but it's accurate). What's the game plan to separate Stephens from the also rans of 2006 and 2008?
Good points, but the democrats have been spending too much, raising fees and certain taxes. And Lynch signed off on all of it. NH is a major swing state and when it perceives one party of being the bad guy, they go for the other. Also, many of the obama voters have switched (many independents) or will stay home. This year is prime for a republican to takeover the governorship, along with the state house.

Plus, we have a strong tea party here which creates lots of activists for republican candidates, and Stephens is in good standing. Stephens' fiscal message is resonating.

TCE
05-02-2010, 10:23 PM
Everyone except Stephen and Giuda don't seem to be liberty candidates to me.

http://benderforsenate.com/issues

Bender is pro-Israel and sounds exactly like a neo-con foreign policy to me. "America must guard liberty, capitalism, and democracy for ourselves and our friends around the world. "

Why do we have to get involved in wars where we aren't attacked?

"In the meantime, we cannot allow the Iranian government to acquire or develop nuclear weapons. We must do whatever is necessary to prevent this from happening.

I support the bi-partisan Iran sanctions bill and believe that until Ahmadinejad gives up his nuclear ambitions he should be isolated from the rest of the world. "

So, we can have weapons, but Iran can't?

libertybrewcity
05-03-2010, 12:20 AM
Everyone except Stephen and Giuda don't seem to be liberty candidates to me.

http://benderforsenate.com/issues

Bender is pro-Israel and sounds exactly like a neo-con foreign policy to me. "America must guard liberty, capitalism, and democracy for ourselves and our friends around the world. "

Why do we have to get involved in wars where we aren't attacked?

"In the meantime, we cannot allow the Iranian government to acquire or develop nuclear weapons. We must do whatever is necessary to prevent this from happening.

I support the bi-partisan Iran sanctions bill and believe that until Ahmadinejad gives up his nuclear ambitions he should be isolated from the rest of the world. "

So, we can have weapons, but Iran can't?

agreed.

FSP-Rebel
05-03-2010, 07:08 AM
Well, to be fair, Schiff isn't for Iran having nukes either. Quite honestly, I don't think you can win a GOP primary while talking appeasement of Iran. It's too easy to get attacked with short soundbites. Can't say I support the hawkish lingo but that's the reality of the situation. And for this reason, most NH/FSP activists focus on in-state races since candidates' military stances are irrelevant.

Nathan Hale
05-04-2010, 10:06 AM
Watch the Senatorial Debates here:
http://www.pegondemand.tv/browse_item.html?category_id=3152&item_id=112

Jim Bender is the only candidate who invokes the Constitution to remind us of it being his guide to the limited powers of the federal government.

If you can donate to Jim's campaign, see www.benderforsenate.com

Seems like a crowded field of active candidates running professional campaigns. any polling yet? I notice that Alciere, a libertarian activist, is in the field but not really putting his heart into it. Can we get him to drop out so we can galvanize support behind Bender?

NH4RonPaul
05-05-2010, 02:54 PM
I'm probably going with Kelly since I know her the best out of the bunch.

I don't know why a Ron Paul person would support Ayotte.

1 - Never prosecuted voter fraud
2 - Does not support Castle Doctrine
3 - Failed to prosecute Ruth Griffin, a liberal republican, but went after Gene Chandler
4 - Was helping Lynch raid JUA funds

...and there is more.

I think we need someone who is NOT an 'establishment' candidate and I'm surprised an FSPer would thus go for the 'establishment'. (If that is what your handle means)

http://hotlineoncall.nationaljournal.com/archives/2010/05/hodes_makes_hay.php

NH4RonPaul
05-05-2010, 02:56 PM
Seems like a crowded field of active candidates running professional campaigns. any polling yet? I notice that Alciere, a libertarian activist, is in the field but not really putting his heart into it. Can we get him to drop out so we can galvanize support behind Bender?

Alciere is a nut job who had to resign from his state legislature post for threatening violence to a cop.. He is a non-player and won't get any votes.

Bender is like Rand -- not a career politician, knows how to run a business, and is sufficiently 10th amendment supportive that he will work to keep the feds nose out of our business.

NH4RonPaul
05-05-2010, 02:59 PM
Binnie has been running ads 24/7 esp during Glenn Beck. Here are some poll numbers.

http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/elections2/election_2010/election_2010_senate_elections/new_hampshire/election_2010_new_hampshire_senate

I like this

Binnie has some serious baggage from his past.

He supported Bill Bradley and John Kerry in 2004, said he didn't like the GOP, and is attempting to 'buy' this election. He gave money to some pretty terrible local legislators like Martha Clark and Marty Meehan.. He is not really mixing with the grassroots that much. He is the last person I would consider as a Ron Paulian.

NH4RonPaul
05-05-2010, 03:04 PM
Good points, but the democrats have been spending too much, raising fees and certain taxes. And Lynch signed off on all of it. NH is a major swing state and when it perceives one party of being the bad guy, they go for the other.

And... here are your 87 taxes and fees that have been raised under Lynch:

http://www.cnht.org/news/2010/05/05/facing-200m-deficit-democrats-raise-taxes-almost-87-times/



Also, many of the obama voters have switched (many independents) or will stay home. This year is prime for a republican to takeover the governorship, along with the state house.

Plus, we have a strong tea party here which creates lots of activists for republican candidates, and Stephens is in good standing. Stephens' fiscal message is resonating.

Here is your tea party which lists the candidates:
http://www.nhteapartycoalition.org

How does one get a forum created for Jim Bender like the one for Schiff and Rand?

NH4RonPaul
05-05-2010, 03:24 PM
Well, to be fair, Schiff isn't for Iran having nukes either. Quite honestly, I don't think you can win a GOP primary while talking appeasement of Iran. It's too easy to get attacked with short soundbites. Can't say I support the hawkish lingo but that's the reality of the situation. And for this reason, most NH/FSP activists focus on in-state races since candidates' military stances are irrelevant.

We still need to get an audience for Jim Bender on this forum.

He his the Rand Paul of NH!

NH4RonPaul
05-05-2010, 04:26 PM
Everyone except Stephen and Giuda don't seem to be liberty candidates to me.

http://benderforsenate.com/issues

Bender is pro-Israel and sounds exactly like a neo-con foreign policy to me. "America must guard liberty, capitalism, and democracy for ourselves and our friends around the world. "

Why do we have to get involved in wars where we aren't attacked?

"In the meantime, we cannot allow the Iranian government to acquire or develop nuclear weapons. We must do whatever is necessary to prevent this from happening.

I support the bi-partisan Iran sanctions bill and believe that until Ahmadinejad gives up his nuclear ambitions he should be isolated from the rest of the world. "

So, we can have weapons, but Iran can't?

Bender is no more pro-Israel or pro-war than Rand.

His outlook is exactly like Rand's...


"Dr. Paul supports keeping enemy combatants at Guantanamo and never bringing them to American soil. He supports military tribunals and not civilian trials for detainees. He would end visas that allow terrorists to come to our country with our permission.

In addition, Rand Paul would do something very few politicians have tried to do in recent years in matters of war and defense: uphold what our Constitution dictates. According to our Constitution, the United States should go to war only when Congress declares war. When our national security is threatened, Dr. Paul would not hesitate to authorize swift military action to destroy the threat, and he has clearly stated he would have done so in Afghanistan.

Additionally, Rand has clearly stated that once war is underway, how we wage war is up to our generals and the President. It is Congress’ job to decide whether or not the threat requires war. It is our commander-in-chief’s and military’s job to win it."

Further that is one of the FEW duties of the federal government -- to protect us as a whole, from enemies who might attack us.

We have nukes but don't plan to use them. Every hear 'trust but verify'?. Ahmadinejad claims his are for energy use, but do you trust him? So long as we cannot verify his claims, we cannot trust him.

FSP-Rebel
05-05-2010, 04:44 PM
Well, here's the latest polling: http://realclearpolitics.blogs.time.com/2010/04/21/nh-poll-ayotte-is-gop-senate-frontrunner/.

NH4RonPaul
05-06-2010, 10:59 AM
This is why we need to get the word out -- because all the press concentrates on is the top down candidates.

Dang how to insert a video?

Click here to see Jim speak... about questions he's asked in debates.

http://www.youtube.com/v/izqyFB3YD_g

Nathan Hale
05-06-2010, 08:16 PM
Good to see Stephen leading the gubernatorial field, even though there's still 46% undecided.

NH4RonPaul
05-07-2010, 10:06 AM
Good to see Stephen leading the gubernatorial field, even though there's still 46% undecided.

Ayotte said she would have voted for Sotomayor for SCOTUS, the very biased Judge.
She also administered the Obama “stimulus” spending.

Does anyone know the person who administers this board? I cannot seem to get in touch with them or the people from the Daily Paul.

We need to get Jim's info and name out there.
He needs to pull a RAND!

Nathan Hale
05-07-2010, 04:22 PM
Ayotte said she would have voted for Sotomayor for SCOTUS, the very biased Judge.
She also administered the Obama “stimulus” spending.

Does anyone know the person who administers this board? I cannot seem to get in touch with them or the people from the Daily Paul.

We need to get Jim's info and name out there.
He needs to pull a RAND!

What's good is that NH has a long way to go until the primary, and in that state anything can happen. Have you approached the NH libertarian party? They're still running their usual suspect, Ken Blevens, do doubt, but perhaps they'd be willing to reconsider in light of the Ron Paul Republican surge lately.

NH4RonPaul
05-07-2010, 05:02 PM
What's good is that NH has a long way to go until the primary, and in that state anything can happen. Have you approached the NH libertarian party? They're still running their usual suspect, Ken Blevens, do doubt, but perhaps they'd be willing to reconsider in light of the Ron Paul Republican surge lately.

Um I don't think they would be of much help.

We need Jim to do what RAND is doing, by appealing to those in other states, get him to be endorsed by Dr P, and have a page here. (I donated to Rand early on)

Last night Jim had a good showing in a debate where he showed he is the strong anti-patriot act and pro-constitution candidate. He is also for gutting the Fed DOE and of course, AUDITING THE FED.

He just did a phone survey with NRA people. The questions also asked other issues if you said you'd donate.

Jim also had an ad here: http://www.nhlibertycalendar.org/

FSP-Rebel
05-08-2010, 10:18 PM
Ayotte said she would have voted for Sotomayor for SCOTUS, the very biased Judge.
She also administered the Obama “stimulus” spending.
When did Ayotte ever say anything supportive of Sotomayeo? And, how did she administer stimulus money as NH Attorney General? Just curious.

NH4RonPaul
06-11-2010, 02:02 PM
When did Ayotte ever say anything supportive of Sotomayeo? And, how did she administer stimulus money as NH Attorney General? Just curious.

Ayotte openly stated she would have supported the nomination of Sotomayor!
She also adminstered the stimulus funds... Google my friend, Google.

Ayotte doen't even publicize her events -- she's top down, DC backed.
Is that what you want?

I've studied all these candidates and know most of them personally.
It was hard for me to make a choice, but Ayotte was never one of them.
Don't get me wrong, she's a nice person, but I don't know what they would do to her when she gets down there if she would vote for Sotomayor.

http://www.edmosca.com/?tag=sonia-sotomayor

Also, you can read about Binnie here:

www.knowbinnie.com

Bender should be the FS choice... hands down.

libertybrewcity
06-11-2010, 02:21 PM
And... here are your 87 taxes and fees that have been raised under Lynch:

http://www.cnht.org/news/2010/05/05/facing-200m-deficit-democrats-raise-taxes-almost-87-times/



Here is your tea party which lists the candidates:
http://www.nhteapartycoalition.org

How does one get a forum created for Jim Bender like the one for Schiff and Rand?

wow, how does new hampshire stand for that? i thought they were relatively "free" and "rebelious". must have gone the way of most of the other states...

NH4RonPaul
06-11-2010, 03:04 PM
When did Ayotte ever say anything supportive of Sotomayeo? And, how did she administer stimulus money as NH Attorney General? Just curious.


Attack ad from Paul Hodes. Not sure what her role in this was..
YouTube - Kelly Ayotte: Come Clean (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bC8zHAl7BbY)

NH4RonPaul
06-11-2010, 03:07 PM
wow, how does new hampshire stand for that? i thought they were relatively "free" and "rebelious". must have gone the way of most of the other states...

Because they allowed the socialists to take over in 2006 with the anti-Bush sentiment.
It's not like national GOP has anything to do with Republicans at the state level.... Republicans at the state level are the folks who kept NH so appealing for so many years up to now and why FSP chose NH for a small government low tax state. The Dems aim to 'fix' that by spending and putting us into a deficit.

Dems have ruined it and we aim to change this in 2010.
We have a lot of repealing to do.

We have 1,000 FSPers here but not enough of them are politically active to make a difference. They just don't care it seems.

NH4RonPaul
06-14-2010, 03:31 PM
MEDIA ADVISORY:
For Immediate Release
June 14, 2010

CONTACT:
Christine Baratta
christine@benderforsenate.com
603-465-9700 or cell: 617-763-9793

Hollis, NH- Today, Jim Bender, Republican candidate for US Senate released the following statement about former Attorney General Kelly Ayotte’s testimony to the joint Senate-House Committee reviewing the alleged FRM Ponzi scheme.

“True leaders don’t let their hands get tied. They protect the people they serve, they seek truth, and they push obstacles out of the way.” said Bender.

“We’re seeing a pattern here of blaming others and not being accountable. If you can’t serve the taxpayers of New Hampshire with transparency and trustworthiness in a town like Concord, then a big, corrupt town like Washington is going to swallow you whole.”