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Jan202013

...As Liberal Democrats Are In Concord Trying To Gut Election Laws - Again

Welcome to New Hampshire.

Progressive Democrats would like you to vote for them as you pass through, so stop by any Town Hall and get a registration card. And remember, regular blue collar, working Democrats are not ashamed of this. They never say anything at all about their party stealing elections or elected offices.

I think they instinctively know they couldn’t win without “outside help.”

Let us take a trip down memory lane.

Back in 2004, liberal Democrats in Keene were scrounging up young out of state people to get them to the polls, like they always do.

One very energetic young lady decided to run for the NH House of Representatives. Her name then was Stephanie C. Sinclair.

Even though Stephanie was a Massachusetts resident she handily won her seat in the NH legislature, a proud protégé of Rep. Charles Weed.

Both of the liberal Keene Democrats wound up on the Election Law Committee, where else, and started mouthing off at hearings about how there was no voter fraud in NH.

And you may know the rest.

Rep. Sinclair wanted to show me who was boss at a hearing and I subtly suggested she might want to look at her drivers license and see if it said – New Hampshire, on it,

Stephanie resigned from the House and the press ignored the story, unlike us here at NHInsider.com.

So where is this former Massachusetts NH State Rep. now?

God Bless social networking.

Here she is:

 

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Stephanie Sinclair is on MyLife

Stephanie Sinclair, 30

Quincy, MA

URL  www.mylife.com/c-2345047350

Places Lived

Quincy, MA

Cambridge, MA

About Stephanie Sinclair

Stephanie C Sinclair was born in 1982. Stephanie currently lives in Quincy, Massachusetts. Before that, Stephanie lived in Cambridge, MA from 2006 to 2007. Before that, Stephanie lived in New York, NY from 2006 to 2010.

Stephanie C Sinclair is related to Michael Pazos, who is 31 years old and lives in Quincy, MA. Stephanie C Sinclair is also related to Scott Sinclair, who is 35 years old and lives in Hanscom Afb, MA.

 

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Stephanie's Friends & Relatives

• Michael Pazos Quincy, MA

• Scott Sinclair Hanscom Afb, MA

 

Anyone notice how Stephanie didn’t mention living in New Hampshire, not at all?

Stephanie is married now and living in Quincy Ma., on Faxon Ave. She is back in Ma. - where she came from in the first place. All is well – almost.

 

The moral of the story:

Don’t let shady Keene State college professors, elected officials who are just a shade left of most Marxists, or any other person of low moral character, talk you into stealing a vote or elected office in our State. Some us have long memories.

Update:

More voter fraud info coming from 2013, a banner year!

You are going to like it!

 

 

 

 

Reader Comments (15)

Thanks, Ed. Both amusing and sad that the once Great State of New Hampshire has fallen so far into the New Hamster abyss. Such is death after liberty, as the saying goes. A novel idea just jumped out of the rabbit hole near my bunker: if the Grate State of New Hamster were to give up/lose its 1st in the nation primary status, might that put such a substantial damper of the mobile domestics frolicking about this state during election time that those who reside here on a more permanent basis would have a substantially more disproportionate say in how they are regulated, if at all?
– C. dog suffering another bout of cabin fever just in time for impending cold ... snap!
January 21, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterC. dog
dog:

The greatest gift NH could ever enjoy would be the END of the primary - due to Bill Gardner, the NH Attorney General's Office, and the Democrat party abuse.

I will be contacting other states this summer about this and go to Arizona, Delaware, etc. to encourage those states to compete and BEAT NH at this game.

I will take my CNHT voter fraud stuff with me, some of the rigged court decisions, and Democrat sponsored legislation gaming our laws as examples.

And there isn't a damn thing any judge or election official in NH can do about it.

NH has EARNED the right to be the laughing stock of America.
January 21, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterEd Naile
Thanks Ed. I fully support your exercise of your 1st amendment right, and ditto for the 2nd. May MA-MA's disaffected and infected 'utes go infest some other Grate State and tell them how to behave like proper mAss Libs.
– C. dog
January 21, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterC. dog
All your rantings and ravings over the years and you have yet to actually provide any real proof of anything other than hyperbole and inflamed rhetoric. Your opoosition to the NH Primary only cements your reputation as a hysteric gadfly.
January 21, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterNH Guy
Readers:

A liberal confronts the facts.
January 21, 2013 | Registered CommenterEd Naile
Hey NH kinda Guy –
What constitutes any real proof? Would it be those with non-NH driver's licenses attending one of the delayed maturation camps of lower learning within the Grate State of New Hamsters who voted for pols within same? Or what about po' lil ol' Steph cited above? What's the matter, can't see 'cuz your eyes are closed?
– C. dog throwing libs under buses to slow them down in school zones
January 21, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterC. dog
dog:

It's Raybo and he has changed from saying "unhinged" all the time to this new schtick, hysterical gadfly.

I was down in Lexington Ma. last Friday as a speaker for CLT's Friday Meeting - 4 th time invited.

The LOVE seeing all the NH voter fraud.

Been invited on Ma. talk radio and cable TV this time.

I will be brushing up on my Arizona sales job.

Ya think the Arizona Leg. will like my gadfy materials?
January 21, 2013 | Registered CommenterEd Naile
Ed -- well, thanks for our state law -- which I had something to do with dating back to the 1970s -- our Presidential Primary is guaranteed to be "first" in 2016 and beyond. Nothing the other states can do about that. And I would hope that you support our primary being first, since it gives lots of economic advantages to the people of our state. Or, are you against jobs here?
January 21, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterJim Splaine
Ed - Instead of getting rid of the NH primary, just have NH's electoral votes go to the national popular vote winner, so that NH is no longer a swing state. All the college kids will vote in the states where they actually reside.
January 21, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterJason
Jim:

Not sure you matter all that much.

Legislators in other states that want to take the crooked primary from NH are not going to say, "Jim Splaine, Oh no, we can't do that he is so important."

Let me explaine:

A legislature in another state can do as it damn well pleases, with enough evidence it can or should do something, which I hope to supply.

Just as the college students you liberals talk into voting here in NH as opposed to their home state come into conflict with their home state laws.

Did you know that some states have statutes that say if you vote in another state you lose you residency in your home state - where daddy and mummy live?

Check it out. I have.

Now let me catch some Arizona UNH voters and I trot those names out in public - kinda like Stephanie C. Sinclair, who no longer blogs about her NH days as a NH State Legislator (like you) but wants to just forget and live back in old Quincey, Ma.
January 22, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterEd Naile
Ed –
Remember to load both barrels when providing evidence to AZ legislature; you get more splat for the bang. Happy hunting!

Jason –
Your suggestion doesn't take all the heat off democrats to cheat in NH. It's the 1st mover advantage of NH's primary status that motivates all the 'utes and their ilk to vote in NH primary, which will increase the propensity for these putzes to repeat offend in the general elections. And given all the diverse training they receive in the prostitutes for higher learnin', we all know they'd be much better off just being able to pull the democratic lever rather than having to fill in all those blanks with their #2 pencils. (Teacher says if you vote only for democratic candidates, BozObama will get his wings and create heaven on earth.)
– C. dog
January 22, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterC. dog
Hey Jimbo Baggins –
If you democratics and your fellow travelers had insisted on elections with integrity within the borders of the Grate State of New Hamster, this would be a big non-issue. Then we could all go on pretending that choosing between vanilla française and vanilla bean for Grand Pooh-bah of Amerika makes a significant difference so we could keep boosting our concession sales.

Alas, you and your gal-pal insist on rigging the voting booths with out-of-state vagrants, and now the natural consequences for bad behavior arise. But like a child, you expect mommy will come and protect you from all these mean people who want to eat cookies that up till know, you had all to yourself. On the silver lining side of the cloud, maybe you and Steph can rent a mobile home and go vote early and often in AZ.
– C. dog dropping bread crumbs for Jimbo to follow to Steph's non-mobile domicile
January 22, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterC. dog
dog:

Libs couldn't win any state election without voters from other states.

AND, here is the big one... with real election laws so we would know who is voting.

But that is coming soon.
January 22, 2013 | Registered CommenterEd Naile
"Out, out, brief candle! Life's but a walking shadow, a poor player that struts and frets his hour upon the stage and then is heard no more: it is a tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing." Macbeth (Act V, Scene V).

Life is so short and precious and this is the crap you want to squander your time with? What a waste.
January 22, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterTroll
Troll –
If you and your ilk would just leave me alone to do with my labors what I may, I'd gladly idle away my hours on far more profitable ventures ... but you guys took all the profits and fun out of it. So now I amuse myself plucking wings from carrion flies. FORWARD!
– C. dog, working toward 100% tax free status to sink welfare state
January 22, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterC. dog

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