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Friday, March 07, 2014

New Hampshire News Conference: Scott Brown faces attack ads from Republican U. S. Senate foe Andy Martin

New Hampshire U. S. Senate candidate Andy Martin will hold a Manchester, NH news conference Friday, March 7th to preview his first attack ad against former Senator Scott Brown. “Mr. Brown has been acting as though the senate nomination is his by default,” Andy says. “But Brown is going to have to fight a rough primary. I will discuss the latest Suffolk University/Boston Herald poll results on Saturday. Friday morning we are producing the first attack ad of the 2014 senate primary campaign. Primaries are about sorting out who is real, and who is unreal. Brown’s recent antics are increasingly confirming he is ‘unreal’ as a New Hampshire candidate. Brown has name recognition but that is all he has. Nothing else. The Suffolk/Herald poll is also am embarrassment to the University of New Hampshire Survey Center that has been rigging its poll results to fit a ‘dirty’ agenda of the Union Leader. I promise New Hampshire voters a great primary, a primary focused on the big issues and the challenges facing our nation. But, as Foster’s Daily Democrat has confirmed (link below), they expect me to come out swinging, and I will. Friday’s new ad confirms that fact. We are calling Scott Brown’s bluff.”

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Republican U. S. Senate candidate Andy Martin begins producing anti-Scott Brown radio commercials today

Andy promises a primary campaign focused on issues of concern to New Hampshire citizens, presented with a new intensity that has been lacking in previous Republican Party primary campaigns

(Manchester, NH) (March 7, 2014) 

Dear Republican:

Friday afternoon I will hold a Manchester News conference to discuss my new attack ad challenging Scott Brown’s bona fides as a New Hampshire senate candidate.

The ad is being produced Friday morning and will start airing next week. It is the first attack ad of the 2014 senate primary, attacking Scott Brown for being a “faux” candidate.

In the past, New Hampshire Republican primaries have been sedate affairs. The result: Republicans have nominated sedate candidates who go on to lose to the brass-knuckled Democrats led by Ray Buckley.

Last year, in an interview with WMUR-TV, Ovide Lamontagne said he was surprised by the intensity of the Democrats’ personal attacks directed against him in 2012. He also said he didn’t know how to run against a woman. I do. Ovide was one of the finest persons ever to seek office; he just wasn’t the right fit for today’s rough-and-tumble politics. Ray Buckley’s rabid attack dogs slaughtered Lamontagne.

Whoever is nominated by the Republicans to face Shaheen will have to run the gauntlet of Buckley’s rabid mutts. The only question is who can stand up to the Democrats’ smears, and who can fight back against their attacks. Democrats will smear any Republican. But if “any Republican” does not fight back, Shaheen wins.

As a young law student, I started out fighting corruption in Illinois politics. Later I went on to help send corrupt judges to federal prison. Fighting the Chicago Crime Syndicate was scary. My life was threatened. But I never backed off. I fought back.

In 2004 I wrote the first article exposing Barack Obama as a fraud. Later, Obama’s thugs attacked me on national television. But I kept exposing and documenting Obama's unfitness for office.

Being in the national spotlight means you have been vetted; you have proven you can stand up to the liberal media's smear machine. I only wish people had listened to my evidence against Obama. Sadly, John McCain, who is a pretty good senator, was a lousy candidate for president.

What’s the bottom line? The only two prospective opponents for Jeanne Shaheen who have been tested at the national level are myself and Scott Brown. And Brown showed in Massachusetts he has what boxers call a “glass jaw.” As for Bob Smith, it’s a pity to see what remains of him, so I will avoid attacking Smith today. One look at him tells you Smith is not ready for the intensity of an anti-Shaheen campaign.

Obviously I am not as well known as Brown. That’s what primary campaigns are for. To expose candidates to the voters, and to preview different campaigning styles.

Now that Foster’s Daily Democrat has blown the cover on who is a tough campaigner, and who is not, by attacking me for a few humorous digs at Brown and Smith, New Hampshire liberals are scurrying for their foxholes.

Defeating Jeanne Shaheen is not going to be easy. Republicans who think she will be a pushover are delusional. That is why “reluctant candidate” Scott Brown’s refusal to start an early campaign and to devote full time to campaigning against a formidable incumbent shows he is not a serious opponent for Shaheen. Brown has become intoxicated by his own bloviation and by the adulation of some New Hampshire Republicans who are trying to recruit him to run. But Brown is a lover, not a fighter; and he has fallen in love with himself. That’s why Shaheen keeps goading Brown to run; she knows he is a doofus.

Well, Friday we will start calling Brown’s bluff.

As I will explain in a second news conference on Saturday, my attack ads are going to smoke out Brown and force him to come out of his own foxhole. When Democrats attacked Romney in 2012 and Mitt did not respond, Romney lost the edge and eventually lost the election. If I challenge Brown on radio and TV and he says and does nothing, he will be toast.

You have a ringside seat at what is going to be my effort to take down Brown, and then take down Shaheen. Once I send Brown to the showers Shaheen is going to know her time in Washington is over.

I hope you will keep an open mind and give me an opportunity to win your support. We must defeat Jeanne Shaheen in 2014 to defeat Barack Obama’s malignant agenda in 2015. Maybe you didn’t listen to me in 2004 and 2008; well, you got Obama. Please listen to me this time. Barack Obama is primed to destroy America as we know it in 2015. Obama knows his days in power are limited. He will try to implement his anti-American agenda, surrendering to foreign dictators and passing out welfare benefits to everybody and anybody. And if you let her, Shaheen will be there by his side as Obama’s most loyal acolyte in the Senate.





New Hampshire U. S. Senate candidate Andy Martin


Andy Martin produces first attack ads against Scott Brown


Manchester, NH, Northwest corner of Elm and Webster Streets

Friday, March 7; 4:00 P.M.


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