Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Obama, King win big in NH, deceitful Dem Martha McLeod properly comes up as Big Loser in Senate race.

Absolutely unbelievable is the only way to describe the evenings events, and no one understood the gravity of the situation more than President-elect Barack Obama: “I couldn’t have done it without the support of KingCast,” said a tearful and introspective Obama.
“I owe it all to Christopher King. That guy really rocked in KingCast v. Ayotte and he’s set to really define a new paradigm of open government in KingCast v. McLeod..... And as King used rhetorical advocacy reminiscent of his namesake and foreshadowed in his oral argument nearly a year ago before Judge Vaughn, people were indeed taking notice of me and my pledge of change and open government.

Next I will see to it that the New Hampshire School Board Association (NHSBA) changes its position on restrictive speech in the public schools, and that Vice President Biden oversees the prosecution of Gregory W. Floyd for being an habitual 18 U.S.C. 922(g)(1) violator – as he promised to Mr. King and thousands of others from his Nashua town hall meeting.”
President-elect Obama smiled as he continued:
“The people of New Hampshire have spoken, the people of America have spoken, and the World will become a much better place for it.”
Reached for comment at his new office, King said
“I’m thrilled to see a New Day in America. We've got Good Law to beat Kelly and we've got Good Law to beat Martha. Barack did what he had to do and I did what I had to do.”
Meanwhile, Martha McLeod was seen sniveling at her loss to Republican John Gallus, forever an outcast in her own town of Franconia, owing to her history of deceitful actions as she helped Republican NH AG Kelly Ayotte try to whitewash America about the Truth of Bruce McKay’s tenure as a "classic rogue bully hiding behind his badge" in Franconia. His peers said that.

The Union Leader agrees with the KingCast postion, on Mcleod, as noted in the comments. All those Dems winning across the country and that bird couldn't even bust a grape. She lost, but she actually had a fighting chance were it not for her general sense of idiocy and self-righteousness in forwarding properly-failed HB 1428 Bruce McKay Highway.

I look forward to seeing Miss Martha and hubby in court in a few weeks pursuant to Kidd v. Department of Justice, 362 F.Supp.2d 291 D.D.C. (2005).

1 comment:

Christopher King said...

"Across the state, up in District 1, Sen. John Gallus, R-Berlin, faces a challenge from Rep. Martha McLeod, D-Franconia. Gallus spends a lot of his time working to boost the North Country economy. He is a vocal champion for his district and has earned re-election.

McLeod seems to think that state legislation is the appropriate answer to any question. She sponsored a health insurance mandate that raised the cost of health care by forcing New Hampshire companies to continue insuring the former spouses of divorced employees. After Franconia Police Cpl. Bruce McKay was killed, she sponsored a bill to name a stretch of state highway after him instead of letting the people of Franconia decide for themselves how best to memorialize him.

Sen. Gallus is more fiscally disciplined and won't use his position to pass legislation mandating whatever personal preferences he has. Voters in Senate District 1, from Waterville Valley north, should return him for another term."