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Ever since the election I have been working on assembling a master list of New Hampshire progressives, for my own amusement, and I find a disturbing trend.

Liberals do not want to use their names.

What gives? Must I know a secret handshake to get recognized if I want to attend? Or wear a Palestinian head scarf? I have one.

Here is another example of come one come all anonymous:

Community Committee Against Gun Violence

Meeting TODAY in Plymouth

Host: Irene G.

Where: Starr King Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (in Plymouth)

When: Thursday, Jan. 17, at 6:30 PM

Can you come?
Click below for more details and to RSVP:

Yes, I'll be there!

I can come.

I can't make it.

Sorry, I can't make it, but I want to help end gun violence.


What: Yesterday, President Obama announced the most comprehensive national plan to reduce gun violence in almost two decades. Twenty-three executive orders to better enforce laws on the books to keep dangerous guns off the streets. A ban on assault weapons and high-capacity ammo magazines. Mandatory background checks for all gun sales. More than 200 Community Committees Against Gun Violence are meeting today to come up with a local plan for action to stop gun violence, and there's one near you. Can you join us TODAY in Plymouth?

Sorry, but I want to know who wants my guns and ammo to be attempted to be taken away by some government pant load.

“Irene G.” isn’t much help. So I went looking at the Universal Unitarian Something group where she is holding her gun-grab-fest. (The U.U.’s seem more interested in homosexual marriage than guns but…)

Irene has no problem using her name involving her position as Head Honcho of some enviro-Luddite organization called, PAREI Energy Exchange.

But an invite to a liberal moonbat political meeting opposing the Second Amendment and she becomes “Irene G.”

I thought the progressive winners in a national election would want everyone to know who they are?

Maybe she is a State employee? Could that be it?

I don’t know. It is all so puzzling.

Ed N. signing off.

Reader Comments (19)

Hey Ed –
Congrats! You found the highly elusive Irene G. spot. Consider yourself quite da Man!

Now where is my Daisy B.B. gun? I bet BozO's goin' ta cough up considerable cash to take this outta my hands, and further spur on the economy. FORWARD! After all, he told us it doesn't matter what we spend the free money on, only that we spend, spend, spend!
– C. dog catching moonbats with butterfly nets in U.U. sanctuaries
January 18, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterC. dog
Here's an idea, Ed and C. dog: Why don't you go to the meeting and join them, and many of us, who want to find solutions instead of just trying to put up walls to discussion? There must be some commonality out there that you, and others -- your side, and the other side -- can agree to.

Your knock on the Unitarians about gay marriage is so outdated it hardly deserves comment, but of course you could expect a response from me. My reply is that thank God for the Unitarians, and others who accept people for the goodness in them. I think you'd enjoy an hour next Sunday at their Church.
January 19, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterJim Splaine
Do you mean Irene G. Garvey, Plymouth NH (also Bristol)


The certified Wetlands scientist?

Owns or is associated with Abenaki Environmental Services, Irene G Garvey?

Family court contracted mediator?

Whose picture and email address are in this ad in an online PDF

Good to know.
January 19, 2013 | Registered CommenterSteve Mac Donald
Unitarians have a lot of problems - Gay marriage is the least of them.
January 19, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterSteve
got her Steve, Thanks!

She is MoveOn.Borg as well.

In the book.
January 19, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterEd Naile

Maybe we could have Ray Buckley start that initiative.

He doesn't like to call names or destroy reputations or lie or anything.

That is your leader - highly paid I might add. A NH 1% guy.

That is a sound idea have YOUR Mr. Nice Guy start a friendly conversation about issues (and not just with Fergus.)

Until then here is a web site:

January 19, 2013 | Registered CommenterEd Naile
Hey Jimbo –
Perhaps you could 'splain to us common folk where in the U.S. Constitution it gives BozObama the power to regulate freedoms, say like the one enshrined in the Second Amendment? Once you accomplish that Herculean task of weaving fiction from whole cloth, perhaps you could then go on to do same with New Hampshire's duly constituted provisions. Happy hunting, even though that has nothin' ta do with the conversation you wants to have.
– C. dog trolling for sunfish
January 20, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterC. dog
C. dog -- as you know from your time in class in elementary school, the United States Supreme Court interprets the U.S. Constitution, just as the New Hampshire Supreme Court interprets the N.H. Constitution.

The SCOTUS has made several rulings on the "limitations" of the First Amendment. For example, liable laws exist and are constitutional, which limit "free speech" to a degree. Or yelling "fire" in a crowded theater if there is no fire. Or certain restrictions on the "free press."

Likewise, the SCOTUS has allowed for restrictions using the "...well regulated..." language in the Second Amendment concerning weapons. You cannot build an nuclear bomb, and there is an ongoing debate as to which size and power of other weapons you can buy -- as well there should be.

That we have rights of "free speech" and "gun ownership" generally is guaranteed, but there are limits to both, as in all "rights."

For all freedoms come responsibilities. You have the right to build a home, and to live in it. But your community has a right to pass zoning requirements, and can declare your home inhabitable and restrict your use of it if, for example, you experience a fire or a flood.

You have a right of travel, but that can be restricted for certain reasons. You have a right to your income and to spend it as you wish, with -- of course -- some restrictions. You have the right to go into business, but you must follow state, local, and federal requirements in your business. You can hire employees, but you have guidelines to follow in the way you treat your employees, the safety you provide, and the pay levels. All constitutional.

I'm pleased to have been of service in explaining all this to you.
January 20, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterJim Splaine

Let me re-explain this to you. It is real easy.

If you are in the movies - it is your own choice.

If you are in the movies you have every right to be there.

Should you yell "fire" for no reason, you have no right to be there and can be removed, arrested, of have the shit kicked out of you by other people in the theater.

I own a host of firearms - just like I sit in theaters.

I am not a criminal because someone else shot someone.

I am allowed to sit in theaters even though some asshat may yell "fire" for no reason.

Progrssives, liberals, communists and other people with a phony political religion feel the need to control my owning guns and if I give that up, next I will have to get a certificate of competency to go to the movies - because they are full of gun violence.

Remember Jim, it is your side that wanst to arrest five year olds for making a gun out of their fingers.

Look in the mirror in the theater bathroom the next time you are still allowed to go to the movies.
January 20, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterEd Naile
Fortunately, Ed, all of our U.S. Supreme Court justices, even the conservatives among them, would reject your kind of logic out of hand because it is so silly, though I compliment you for your inventiveness in trying to make a senseless point sound more logical.

Fact is, to every "right" there are reasonable limitations in order for us to live together in a society, instead of living alone in the forest or an era long gone like the Wild, Wild West. What separates us from some other countries where there is little uniform civilization is that we respect reasonable imitations.

By the way, if someone were to beat up someone in a theater who calls "fire" when there is none, he would be arrested for assault and face prosecution. That's because there is a reasonable limitation to what we can individually do. That, too, is what civilization and living together is all about.
January 20, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterJim Splaine
And two men are a mother and father?

Sorry Jim.

Spin away Liberal Democrat

Promise balanced budgets - $800,000.00 in debt.
Run aganst Homosexual marraige - sign the bill.
Talk about equality - shove a transgender under the bus.
Talk about bipartisanship - try and pass laws to keep people out.
Talk about an extreme right wing agenda - bring an extreme left wing agenda of hate.
Talk about voter rights - gut election laws.

Talk about the Constitution and ignore what you do not like.

Typical liberal spin.
January 20, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterEd Naile
Ed--You inadvertently wrote a good list of the great things Democrats have done: Balanced the budgets -- including the fact that Bill Clinton balanced the budget but both Bushes and Reagan had not -- and we recognize equality for all, we work to help the poor among us, we work to break down the hate of the far-right, we include all American voters in THEIR democracy, and we support the Constitution.

Thank you, Ed!
January 21, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterJim Splaine
Jimbo –
Try as I might, I can find no right of towns, cities, and states to concoct zoning and boreds to regulate by whim and whimsy what I build on ostensibly private property. Ditto for rites of States and Superman States to do same with arms. But you go on ahead and have the perv priests in long flowing robes keep "interpreting" whole fictions outta constitutional cloth to keep us serfs amused, and I'll keep doing my best to make sure you don't get a dime to build your Fantasy Land where it takes a village to raise an idiot.
– C. dog
January 21, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterC. dog
Jim Splaine, in an attempt to rebut the plain fact that liberals have one mindset - that up is down, right is wrong, good is bad, and on and on, thanks me for an opportunity for him to show that up is down, right is wroing, and good is bad.

Now he can tell people that $70.00 didn't come out of thier last weeks pay check.

And so liberal spin goes.

This would be the same Jim Splaine who sat on election law with Stephanie C. Sinclair?
January 21, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterEd Naile
Jimbo Splaine: highly regulated, overly pampered, unable to read and comprehend, 100% government issue byproduct. If spotted, contact your local hazmat department to properly dispose such liberal detritus at New Hampshire's souther border where he will be cared for and coddled till the day MA-MA smothers him will all her luv.
– C. dog, NH Bureau of Public Service Announcers (NHPSA's) – We're here to keep YOU safe
January 21, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterC. dog
Well, I'm going to let the past couple of comments slide, since this is a wonderful day: Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, and the second inauguration of a great man: President Barack Obama! Thank God for America. I love this country.
January 21, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterJim Splaine
So sorry Jim.

(Bait is too weak.)
January 21, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterEd Naile
Jimbo bo Baggins –
What's the difference between MLK and BozObama? What's the same?
– C. dog puking up co-options of great thoughts
January 21, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterC. dog

Jim has been obsessing on my articles today.

I thought he would be home watching his guy on the telly.

We must be more interesting.

God Bless America.

Up is down, Down is up
Right is wrong,Wrong is right
Good is Bad, Bad is good.
January 22, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterEd Naile

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