Active Users
Currently 0 user(s) logged on.

Subscribe to our mailing list

* indicates required
Email Format


Make a New Account



Forget your username or password?

Red Mass Group on Facebook

About Us
How To Format Posts
Email Us
RSS Feed
RMG Store
Fair Use Policy
RMG Mobile Site


Advanced Search

Event Calendar
October 2015
(view month)
* * * * 01 02 03
04 05 06 07 08 09 10
11 12 13 14 15 16 17
18 19 20 21 22 23 24
25 26 27 28 29 30 31
* * * * * * *
<< (add event) >>

Blog Roll
Massachusetts Conservatives Boston Maggie
The Capitol View Live
Critical Mass
FreeRepublic - Massachusetts
Miss Kelly

Mass Video Blogs Catch of the Day Video

Blue Mass Group
Left in Lowell
Hester Prynne
Mass Marrier

Non-Partisan Massachusetts Blogs
Preti Minahan
Mass Politics Profs

Garrett Quinn
Beacon Hill Institute Blog
Pioneer Institute Blog
Campaign For Liberty
Cato at Liberty
Young Americans for Liberty

Hyper Local
My Dedham
Universal Hub
View From Plymouth Rock
Worcester Herald

Mass. Media
The Lone Republican
Pundit Review
Dan Kennedy's "The Scrum"
WGBH's Adam Reilly
WGBH's "Beat The Press">
WGBH's "Greater Boston">
David Bernstein at Boston Magazine
NECN's "Broadside: with Jim Braude"

Ace of Spades
Big Hollywood
Daily Beast
Daily Kos
Daily Paul
Flynn Files
Hot Air
Little Green Footballs
National Review
Reason - Hit & Run
Red State

Unite: The Primary is Over

by: Mike "DD4RP" Rossettie

Wed Sep 15, 2010 at 11:10:32 AM EDT

Donate to Jeff Perry for Congress Donate to Mary Z. Connaughton With the primary behind us, it is now officially time to unite behind our nominees.  No more holding back.  No more staying neutral.  No more holding back your money until after the primary.  "Tomorrow" just came.  We need your time and money to defeat the Democrats in just 48 days.  Please join me in donating to Jeff Perry, Mary Z. Connaughton and all of our nominees today.

Donate to Jeff Perry

Donate to Mary Z. Connaughton
Mike "DD4RP" Rossettie :: Unite: The Primary is Over
Tags: (All Tags)
Print Friendly View Send As Email

I agree (5.00 / 1)
But can we still be disappointed at the egregious campaign run by Joe Malone?  I had hoped for better.

Yes,... (0.00 / 0)
...we can agree to be disappointed in the slimy campaign he ran. But it's over.
Malone, if he's got any class, will endorse Jeff pronto.

[ Parent ]
To much at stake (0.00 / 0)
I am happy to rally around our Republican candidates - to be fair, I am a big fan of both Perry and Mary Z, but nonetheless, too much is at stake for any of us to be on the sidelines during these next few, vital weeks...

Unite (5.00 / 1)
Joe Malone did not run a "slimy" campaign; he brought up legitimate facts about Perry's past that are sure to be a major issue in the general election. I always thought that he was much more electable, and he is every bit as conservative as Perry.  However, Malone people must get behind Perry ASAP and get a republican elected.

I agree (0.00 / 0)
Malone did not run a "slimy" campaign, he highlighted the issue of electability, which cannot be overlooked.  We may have been witness to a sneak peek of what is to come in the 48 days ahead. The upcoming will only exponentially more ugly and salacious...hold on to your seats.  Good Luck Jeff, you are going to need it.

[ Parent ]
If he was more electable he would have won the election (0.00 / 0)
Jeff Perry won 62%-29%.  He won North of the bridge.  He won South of the Bridge.  He won in the Cape and Islands.  He won in Plymouth County.  He won in Norfolk county.  He won among Republicans.  He won among unenrolled voters.

Jeff Perry raised more money.  He has more volunteers.  He has a stronger and more recent history of winning elections.

Get over it.  You lost.

"Never Head of Michael Graham." - Gabriel Gomez.

[ Parent ]
big difference between winning in September and November (0.00 / 0)
based on such light voter turn out, the only people who came out to the polls were the very motivated, energized voters many of whom are the very conservatives which make up Perry's base.  
As the election nears and more of the independent voters become engaged and Keating ramps up the full blown attacks, we shall see how this all plays out.  My argument has always been about ultimate electability in November and it still remains to be seen if my assessment is correct.  Only time will tell.

[ Parent ]
No it doesn't (0.00 / 0)
Joe Malone already lost.  He already lost among unenrolled voters... overwhelmingly too.  Whatever number Perry gets, Malone's number would be worse.

"Never Head of Michael Graham." - Gabriel Gomez.

[ Parent ]
Haven't seen the tally, Mike (0.00 / 0)
How many unenrolled voters took Republican ballots in the primary?

What was the % turnout among unenrolled voters?

Honest question, not trying to make a  point.

[ Parent ]
Typical turnout is close to even. (0.00 / 0)
I don't have the hard numbers for the 10th.  However, typical turnout is close to even between Republicans and unenrolled voters in our primaries.  In some cases unenrolled is significantly higher.  Perry would not be able to win more than 2:1 without winning among unenrolled voters as well.

"Never Head of Michael Graham." - Gabriel Gomez.

[ Parent ]
I'll get behind Jeff Perry, and (0.00 / 0)
I'll even refrain from repeating what a few of us have said before, but after the general election, will all you Perry Patriots be able to look backwards with clear eyes and finally acknowledge that at the end of the day, "electability" encompasses many elements?

I'll not make any further references to Jeff's vulnerability. But you guys can't be crying "hey no fair!" when the radio and tv spots begin.

I like Mary Z Connaughton for Auditor and Karyn Polito for Treasurer, and that's all I have to say to you. (0.00 / 0)

Molon Labe

Perry. (0.00 / 0)
Guess we were wrong.  

Stat Counter

Red Mass Group is owned and operated by Robert Eno. It is not authorized or paid for by any candidate or committee.
Powered by: SoapBlox