Ed Naile, CNHT

Hear Ed Naile every Wednesday morning on WLMW 90.7 FM on the Girard at Large radio show or listen to the archives at Voter Fraud Radio

Good Bye Judd Don't Look Back

I like Obama's pick for his Secretary of Commerce, Senator Judd Gregg. Let's hope it works out.

But there is, as always, the possibility a deal must be made to keep the so-called Republican filibuster possibility in the US Senate.

I have a solution.

Judd Gregg can take Senator John McCain with him.

Without those two entrenched Republican senators in office there is the possibility conservatives might just have a chance at gaining some seats - as the Obama trillion dollar bailout experiment drags us into a depression.


Crazy Like A Fox

I guess its all in your definition of the word “crazy.” Or you can throw in the word psychopath if you want.


Suddenly, Democrats are describing Blagojevich’s standard Democrat technique of diverting attention from his own perceived shortcomings by lathering hero/victim status on himself, as some sort of mental disease.


Democrat Governor Blagojevich, now that he has by power of proximity and familiarity, dragged Democrat Obama’s Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel and through Emanuel, Barack Obama himself into the Illinois corruption limelight, this old hero/victim tactic gets the cold shoulder from our liberal friends.


Democrat Blago was a darling of the Illinois Combine political machine when he was a US Congressman and Illinois Governor who was always ready for pay-to-play. But now he is expendable - hopefully not without a very public fight.


After decades of listening to liberal Democrats describe conservatives as corrupt, heartless, and evil to deflect attention from their tax-and-spend-and buy votes schemes, liberal Democrats are now saddles with the uncomfortable position of taking down a skilled, seasoned, brother in arms. So far they have shown little skill in quickly dispatching their rat.


Here is the script:


Blago wasn’t doing anything except “fighting” for the “little guys” when he was asking for cash donations to his campaign in exchange for favors.


How else is a politician “who cares about people” to get elected to do good things. All Democrat Governor Rod Blagojevich wanted to do was “get cheap affordable prescription drugs” to the people of Illinois, a job they hired him to do. In fact, the people would have hired Gandhi, or Mandela if they had the opportunity – Blago had to do instead.


You know, one of the greatest of all Democrat Presidents, Bill Clinton, was impeached, just like Democrat Governor Rod Blagojevich was yesterday and look how wonderful his administration was. Nasty Republicans stalked poor Democrat Clinton like a wounded animal for, in a most humanitarian manner, dousing some young, stupid intern in a blue dress with his DNA then heroically defending (lying about) that personal act, which Republicans labeled perjury. Democrats stood by Bill Clinton through all his womanizing but now Blagojevich is to be tossed aside for trying to help people. Oh the shame.


Blagojevich has a few cards to play in this political game – they are the ones with pictures of skeletons on them. Blagojevich can tell a little at a time, or all he knows at once about Illinois/Chicago pay-to-play and Obama’s inner circle.


Let the Joker deal.


Now We Have The First Eleven

Obama’s ploy to put knee pads on conservatives took one giant leap backward yesterday.


There was a BI-PARTISAN vote against his pay-for-playing, Chicago style payoff, to his campaign supporters which was packed in the Democrat stimulus spending pork plan.


Included in Obama’s historic toxic debt plan to help elect more Democrats the old tax-and-spend way was $5.2 BILLION to ACORN, the vote stealing arm of his presidential campaign.


Not one Republican voted for Obama’s toxic spending/printing/borrowing plan and I couldn’t be prouder of them. Along with the total Republican vote came eleven Democrats who made this vote historic in terms of BI-PARTISANSHIP, as well as a historic push-back at the bankrupting of America’s future.


In the run-up to the 2010 elections when the blame game starts, Obama and the Democrats will have to find another way to pin the collapse of the US dollar, unemployment, $4.00 gas, and inflation on anyone other than himself and the tax and spend Democrats.


Giving $5.2 billion to ACORN is a flat out political payoff that will cost Obama next time around.


Have a Democrat friend explain this $5.2 billion dollar “stimulus” to you next time one is talking to you. Do it in front of a group of people without jobs.





I'm Being Followed By An Old Moonbat


Did you hear the groovy news!


Cat Stevens, now known as, some Arab name, wrote a song for the inhabitants of Gaza - in the name of peace.


I have not heard it yet but here are the lyrics:


Oh, Im bein followed by a qassam rocket, hamass’s rocket, a qassam rocket
Leapin and hoppin from a qassam rocket, hamass’s rocket, a qassam rocket

And if I ever lose my hands, lose my plough, lose my land,
Oh if I ever lose my hands, oh if.... I wont have to work no more.
And if I ever lose my eyes, if my colours all run dry,
Yes if I ever lose my eyes, oh if.... I wont have to cry no more.

And if I ever lose my legs, I wont moan, and I wont beg,
Yes if I ever lose my legs, oh if.... I wont have to walk no more.
And if I ever lose my mouth, all my teeth, north and south,
Yes if I ever lose my mouth, oh if.... I wont have to talk...

Did it take long to find me? I asked the faithful light.
Did it take long to find me? and are you gonna stay the night?


Heads, You Pay - Tails, You Pay

Ooooh boy, do we have a tax revolt brewing in one of the least likely places.


In the managed-voter, tax-and-spend nirvana of the Kearsarge Regional School District dissent is a’brewin.


Kearsarge is one of the schools in NH that, instead of voting in SB2, went down the RSA 49 Charter drain. Voters in this school district had their best and brightest craft the ultimate tax and spend tool – a custom made charter to fit their tax and spend needs.


Mr. Ponzi would have been proud of this scheme. The Kearsarge Charter allows for a “choice” of one of two budgets on Election Day – the proposed budget committee budget or proposed school board budget.


Notice there is no provision for a NO vote, only the YES voters are taken care of. And to top it off, the two groups often come in with the exact same budget.


So why vote? Aaah, but that is the purpose of the Kearsarge Charter! Sooner or later taxpayers catch on to the scam and stop voting or attending meetings.


This year the two budgets are about $500,000.00 apart! Apparently, some angry/serious taxpayers showed up at the budget hearing and voiced concerns about over-spending in this economy and the budget Committee took heed. (You can still note “NO” on elected officials in the Kearsarge District by voting in new people, they still have that right.)


One guy in the District took the school to court recently to show how this charter denies voters a choice. Of course, he lost. Check out this condensed version of the NHSC opinion:


The Court held that voters of the school district do have an opportunity to vote “no” on the school budget at the deliberative session of the annual meeting because of the right to amend the operating budget article.


Our State Supreme Court was right on the money with that opinion – except for the small detail about people who can not attend the deliberative session. I thought we took care of everyone who wanted to cast a vote here in New Hampshire? (Laugh track here.)


And in this case, it was taxpayers who showed up at the Budget Hearing that may have made the difference.


You can come to NH from anywhere in America, or outside of America for that matter, and vote in our Presidential Primary or general elections and no one in charge will stop you, but you pay $10,000.00 a year or more in property taxes in the Kearsarge District and are hospitalized, in a nursing home, the service, or away for the season, then you have no say in local budgets.


This is why senate Bill # 2, also known as RSA 40:13 is a far better choice for municipal governments.