Do you want to legally show your patriotic enthusiasm with some snap, crackle and pop on the 4th of July?
As you know Massachusetts is one of 4 states that completely outlawed fireworks. Our restrictions even prohibit sparklers.
Legislation to overturn this ban has been pending, but it stands absolutely no chance of passing within the Senate when there are only 4 Republicans out of the 40 members.
We need balance and common sense in the Senate.
Legalizing sparklers is not the most pressing issue at the State House. However, it does show you how overregulated we are as a state and the void of common sense on Beacon Hill.
Another example happened during the Senate budget debate last month. Did you know that Senate President Therese Murray declared the budget not a money bill? Only in Massachusetts would $32 billion not be money. She made this ruling to prohibit debate on tax cuts. It is not enough that the Democrats overwhelmingly control the Senate. She cannot even allow debate! That’s not democracy.
We need new leadership in the State Senate that will fight for our priorities.
How do we change the leadership at the State House? Answer: By defeating Senate President Therese Murray.
In 2010 I came close to defeating her by earning 48% of vote despite being outspent 10 to 1. We can do it this time. But I need your help.
Send a message today that you want new leadership by partaking in my online Massachusetts approved firework sale. Click here to make a donation today and I will send you the following:
$100 The Family Package --Large and small bubble wrap with a flag
$50 Adult Only Package—Large bubble wrap with a flag
$35 Kids Package—Small bubble wrap with a flag
$25 Kids Package Alternative—Soap Bubbles
Enjoy Independence Day with some snap, crackle and pop the Massachusetts way!
Of course, safety instructions are included.
Please join my campaign today that has both the sense of humor and the right plan to restore integrity to the legislature, revive our economy and require more fiscal accountability within state government.