Rumor has it that Gov. Deval Patrick could be asked to be the next U.S. attorney general.
Governor Deval Patrick said he will not resign from his job even if President Obama asks him to become the next U.S. attorney general. “I like what I do, and I have more that I want to accomplish in the next two years,” Patrick said, according to a Boston Globe article. “And then I promised [my wife] Diane that I’d go back into the private sector, and I’m going to keep that promise.” This means that Patrick will remain governor until his term expires, in January 2015. Rumors have been swirling about Patrick's possible departure after Obama won re-election and a few nights later Patrick was among the few to attend what was called a "social dinner" at the White House. Patrick said there was no talk at the dinner about him joining the …
Check out Dr. Gerry Dembrowski's letter outlining why he is running for the congressional position.
Wednesday, August 10, 2011
To the Editor: Sixty years ago Harry Truman said, “The buck stops here.” Those in Congress, like Sen. John Kerry, blame the Tea Party for our economic downgrade and want the media to ignore pleas by citizen patriots to cut government spending, reduce the debt and balance the budget. This is unacceptable. Last year Secretary of State Hilary Clinton said our national debt is a national security problem and Fed. chairperson Ben Bernanke said we cannot afford to continue spending, nor can a fragile economy support more taxes. IBM offered to help reduce Medicare fraud and abuse by $900 billion. To this day their warnings are ignored by the Obama administration. It is time to stop the slogans and provide solutions necessary to avoid economic …