Saturday, January 22, 2011

A Message From A Real Leader

Friday, January 21, 2011

'Discover New England' Remains Undiscovered:

If you think "Discover New England" (<-- go ahead and click it, they need the hits) is going to save our elusive tourism industry than I would like to introduce you to my buddy "rationalguy1" who commented on my letter in the Courant. He was far more persuasive than I was -- and he has hard evidence "Discover New England" is a fraud. This is his post: “That whole website [Discover New England] is/was a complete scam. They were getting $600K+ for 10 years PLUS I'm sure they force the entities they feature to pay up too. For what? Checking, their traffic ranking was abysmal and their supposedly European traffic was equivalent to my piddling blog.”

This is what the analysis of said “'s three-month global Alexa traffic rank is 1,256,546. We estimate that 54% of visitors to this site come from the US, where it has attained a traffic rank of 351,456, and the fraction of visits to the site referred by search engines is approximately 40%. Approximately 35% of visits to consist of only one pageview (i.e., are bounces). It has been online since 1999.”

What does that mean? I have no idea. You can ask the office techies for that. What did make sense to me is comparing side by side their web traffic to that of the Norwich Bulletin and my own blog (very smart website).

The above graphic says it all. Not surprisingly my personal-rant diary is does not even register. The Bulletin’s website is top red one and the so-called “Discover New England” is hoveriing just above Zilch mark.

-- Still think the money our new Governor threw their way didn't go down a rat-hole?

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Connelly and Katz Are Gone. Ding Dong the Witches Are Dead!

There are just two people in politics that were on my enemy list and they both blew themselves up this year. The year has only began. What a pity I am out of enemies. I could not be happier dirtbag John Connelly is out as well as Cop-Killer Sympathizer FORMER Supreme Court Justice J. Katz. This Republican and that Democrat are two of a kind so far as I am concerned. We owe our lawenforcement much and these two betrayed our boys in two different and unforgiveable ways. I have address Katz before.

It certainly was “bad judgment” (--the understatement of the month) for this soulless lawyer to attempt to make a name for himself in the legal community by becoming the first to convict a Police Officer of murder while in his official capacity. The only problem is that a good cop and a good shooting stood in the way. Connelly using all his sleazy psychological tricks was aided by the Hartford Courant (OK, maybe I still have one more enemy to cross off that list) which turned this meritless case into about race, and nothing but race.

I recall one quote in the New London Day that the mob that showed up at the courthouse in support of the so-called "victim" knew Officer Scott Smith was a racist based on his military style haircut. That was the case against Smith in a nutshell.

This unholy alliance snookered a really stupid jury into convicting a good cop who took out a punk in self-defense. The case was thrown out by the Supreme Court supposedly on technical grounds, but I think that was just hogwash. They saw the injustice of the decision and went shopping for something in which they could use as an excuse for a do-over. The case was eventually settled. CONelly was humiliated.

Katz for once sided with the cop, and that may be the only good decision she ever made even if she did it only because she hates this piece of shit as much as I do.

Good riddance to both. Don't come calling again.

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Wednesday, January 05, 2011


The following is an email I received from Ed Munster. I hope to see you there!

-- John McCommas

Dear fellow Republicans:

There is good news ahead for the Republican Party in the Second Congressional District.

A group of party leaders and activists have decided to renew the Grassroots East organization which existed in years past to support Republican candidates running in Connecticut’s Second Congressional District. The immediate goal is to attract members from every town in the 2nd who will work together to elect a Republican Congressman and promote our Republican message in all elections throughout the district.

Grassroots East was founded in 1976 following Chris Dodd’s election to the U.S. House of Representatives. He followed Bob Steele, a Republican. In the intervening years the organization raised money and provided support to all of our candidates, including Rob Simmons who won back the seat in 2000 – twenty five years later.

The purpose of this letter is to invite you to attend our first official function on January 28, 2011, from 7:00-9:00 pm in the Holiday Inn at 11 Laura Boulevard in Norwich, CT. The event will honor past Members of Grassroots East as well as all of our 2010 congressional and state office Republican candidates. There will be light refreshments and a cash bar.

We hope that your Republican Town Committee members will support us and honor our Republican candidates by attending our event. Additional details are available on our Facebook page at Grassroots East.

We have kept the cost at a minimum. A mere $10 per person charge is requested to attend the Kickoff Event on January 28, 2011. Annual membership is $20 per person. However, for those attending on January 28, a $20 contribution will also include the annual membership in the GRE. Contributions in excess of these modest amounts would be gratefully appreciated. Checks made payable to Grassroots East should be sent to John Ferrara, 51 Trout Lake Dr; Westbrook, CT 06498-1618.


Edward W. Munster

Acting Chairman

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