Ed Naile, CNHT

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Thursday
May152008

Democrat Deficit? What Democrat Deficit?

Did you see that UNH poll about the huge upcoming deficit in the State of New Hampshire budget and how the man on the street is blissfully unaware of the problem?

Looks like not many taxpayers are aware of how our Blue state is chugging along. The poll of about 500 NH residents finds; 59% say they have heard little and 23% nothing, about our $250 MILION plus estimated budget deficit. (Could it be we are all mesmerized by the latest Governor Lynch photo-op?)

This leaves only about 17% of those polled knowing what a mess NH’s finances are in under Democrat “leadership”. This 17% figure is strangely similar to the amount Democrats over-spent in the most recent budget, probably just a coincidence, but worth repeating over, and over, and over, and over, again.

So I have a simple solution (as usual) to this public awareness deficit of a $250 million dollar deficit and what appears to be a Democrat plan to SPEND NH into an income tax.

Why not have UNH poll some of New Hampshire’s most influential residents.

Try this crowd. I found the list on the internet.

Republicans for Lynch Steering Committee
Rep. Elizabeth Hager, Concord
Fraser Allquist, Concord
David Ashey, Lebanon
Ben Asselin, Bedford
Cheryl Asselin, Bedford
Roberta Barrett, Nashua
Melissa Barry, Hopkinton
Karl Bihl, Allenstown
Stephen Boucher, Amherst
Janice Boudreau, Tilton
Clarence Bourassa, Bow
Bruce Bowler, Amherst
Wayne Breden, Dover
John Bridle, Hampton
Kenneth Brown, Manchester
Creeley Buchanan, Amherst
Craig Bulkley, Derry
John Cassidy, Concord
Jonathan Chorlian, Dover
Joseph Christian, Manchester
Peter Clark, Rye Beach
John Clark, Plymouth
Michael Coons, Manchester
Timothy Coughlin, Portsmouth
Donald Crandlemire, Concord
Robert Daniels, Littleton
Duane Date, Portsmouth
Christopher Dellario, Nottingham
Michael Donahue, Bradford
Nancy Doss, Hopkinton
Michael Doss, Hopkinton
Michael Doucette, Littleton
Louis Downing, Plymouth
Rosalie Downing, Plymouth
William Dunlap, Amherst
Christie Efstathiou, Portsmouth
David Engel, Greenland
Doug Erb, Landaff
Debora Erb, Landaff
Deborah Estaver, Lee
Kristine Fach, Amherst
Rita Fardella, Sandown
Lloyd Farnham, Concord
Gordon Flint, Newport
Martin Flynn, Wolfeboro
Robert Fremeau, Hooksett
Jameson French, Portsmouth
Mark Furlone, Spofford
Debbie Furlone, Spofford
Janice Gardner, Dover
Russell Gerttula, Nashua
Matthew Gooby, Hampton
Steven Griffin, Berlin
Brenda Hall, Milton
Paul Hammond, Bow
Matthew Hanna, Derry
George Hill, Hillsborough
Jim Hinson, Sandown
Joanne Jackson, Contoocook
Marion James, Durham
Judith Jones, Amherst
Peter Kachavos, Windham
Frank Kenison, Concord
Robert Kiely, New London
Sandra Kocher, Concord
Corrine Lajoie, Contoocook
Laurie Lemay, Pembroke
Garrett Lovell, Concord
Richard Lowney, Amherst
Lynda Lowney, Amherst
Christopher Lyons, Alstead
John Macdonald, Amherst
Paul Maclean, Concord
Joseph Manning, Jaffrey
Linwood Marden, Chichester
Carleton Marshall, Manchester
James Marvin, Hillsborough
Janice Mathewson, Dover
Barbara Mcgranaghan, Rochester
Rich McNamara, Bedford
John Metzemaekers, Pelham
Cynthia Milnes, Amherst
Peter Milnes, Manchester
Irving Morrison, Bow
Maxine Morse, Rye
Beverly Naylor, Concord
Jim O'Brien, Contoocook
John O'Brien, Alstead
Wilbur Palmer, Derry
Beverly Peck, Hudson
Gov. Walter Peterson, Peterborough
Karen Philpot, Gilmanton
James Plante, Hinsdale
Janice Psilopoulos, Merrimack
Michael Quinlan, Bedford
Elissa Ranney, Sandown
Alan Reische, Manchester
Eugene Ross, Holderness
Mark Ryder, Boscawen
Albert Santerre, Salem
Lou Saviano, Sandown
Nathaniel Sawyer, New Hampton
Craig Schrek, N Hampton
Robert Scott, Meredith
Danielle Scott, Manchester
Rosheen Secor , Hopkinton
Helen Shea, Derry
Daniel Sklar, Bedford
Kenneth Smith, Amherst
Edna Snowman, Amherst
Henry Stebbins, Amherst
Sheila Steele, Amherst
William Steele, Amherst
Michael Steir, Atkinson
Philip Stone, Bedford
Wilson Sullivan, Amherst
Bruce Sullivan, Dalton
James Sweeney, Bennington
Alexander Taft, Peterborough
Betty Tamposi, Nashua
Kathleen Turnbull, Allenstown
Richard Upton, Amherst
Barbara Vallari, Contoocook
Ronald Vincent, Bow
G. Michael Vose, Hollis
George Waldron, Brentwood
Joan Walsh, Colebrook
Steve Walter, Londonderry
Lester Wheeler, Keene
Russ Wilder, Windham
Norman Willey, Groton
Shirley Willey, Groton
Edward Wills, Concord
Peter Winship, Contoocook
Bonnie Wrisely, Bradford
Kimon Zachos, Manchester
Charles Zoulias, Manchester

Thursday
May152008

Obama's Army?

I have been reading about the three special elections Democrats have won recently. This stunning upset is supposed to be a harbinger of things to come in November. The GOP is in trouble – so the story goes.

So I looked up the positions of the three Democrat superstars, Rep. Don Cazayoux, Rep. Travis Childers, and Rep. Bill Foster. What could be their secret to winning elections in Republican districts?

Here is what is found on Cazayoux’s web site:

Democrat Congressman Don Cazayoux - Loiusiana

TAX CUTS AND BALANCING THE BUDGET

Spending in Washington is out of control and Republicans are no longer the fiscal conservatives they claim to be. In less than a decade, they have taken us from a strong and stable economy to one in which more families are working harder for less money.

I believe in a balanced budget and I will support the pay-go polices that the Congress enacted last year. I hope to join a coalition knows as the Blue Dog Democrats, a coalition of fiscal conservative Democrats committed to paying down the debt and passing sound economic policies.

I support tax cuts that make sense for working families and small businesses – not tax breaks for huge corporations and millionaires that we end up paying for. I voted for millions in tax relief in the Louisiana legislature and will continue to support tax cuts for middle class families who are struggling to make ends meet and save for their futures.

IMMIGRATION

I am strongly against amnesty for illegal immigrants. America is a nation of immigrants, but we also are a nation of laws. In Congress, I will fight to secure our borders and work to crack down on employers who knowingly hire illegal workers.

ABORTION

I am pro-life. This is a position that my wife and I share and its rooted in my faith. In the legislature, I supported one of the strongest pro-life laws in the country and in Congress, I will continue my work to protect the unborn.

2nd Amendment Rights

I strongly support the Second Amendment - it is a fundamental part of our Constitution. I own guns and hunt and believe we need to protect the gun ownership rights of law-abiding citizens. I am very proud to have an A rating from the NRA.

CRIME
As a prosecutor, I saw the dangers our families face first hand. That's why I made cracking down on sexual predators and other violent criminals a cornerstone of my work in the legislature. I am proud of my efforts to pass the Adam Walsh Act, and other measures that have given law enforcement the tools they need to keep our kids safe.

Democrat Congressman Travis Childers – Mississippi

The web site for Rep. Childers is about what you will find at the Republican Main Street Program web site, bla, bla, bla.

But…

The candidate describes himself as pro-life, pro-business and pro-guns. His big issue is the economy, and he pledges to do everything possible in Congress to provide incentives for small-business people.

He is against same sex marriage although it is not mentioned on his site. You have to dig to find this out.

Democrat Congressman Bill Foster – Illinois

I Checked this guy’s web site for info on Abortion, guns, and homosexual marriage but found nothing. I searched Google as well. No luck.

This guy is divorced, went to Harvard, is a scientist, and should be able to answer simple questions about his major positions. I thought maybe his congressional staff would know.

Apparently not right now.

Ed,

Thanks for contacting us. As you are aware, we have not been here long, and our priority right now is taking care of constituent needs and local press in Illinois. I will try to get you the information you asked for, but I will warn you that it may take me some time to get to this request.

Thanks for your patience!

Best,

Shannon

Shannon O'Brien

Communications Director

Office of Congressman Bill Foster (IL-14)

ph: 202-225-2976, fax: 202-225-0697

Friday
May092008

Ignore The Man Behind The Curtain

Congratulations to Attorneys Peter Smith and John Lassey of the Right to Know Commission as well as The NH Municipal Association - AKA Local Government Center, and the Democrat NH Legislature for slipping a loophole in RSA 91-A, the Right To Know Law.

I know isn’t all you wanted, such as sequential meetings being reported at the next meeting, but hey, a slim win is still a win.

Let the secret meetings, illegal employee benefit packages, and bid rigging begin!

The Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers 2009 town and school meeting membership drive has a legislative jump start.

Friday
May092008

School In Need Of Improvement

Reality check here!

As I reported before, CNHT is helping a set of parents who are trying to keep their son in a rehab center which specializes in taking care of people who have disabilities instead of “mainstreaming” him in a public school. With this young man the list of disabilities is long and difficult to even read. God bless his parents.

The school that wants to drag him into their new “life skills” experiment is one you can read about today in most NH newspapers, its Hillsboro/Deering, a $19 million dollar per year effort in total dumbdownization.

So we protest the move on these grounds:

School has shown itself to be incompetent when it comes to putting the transition of the student in place.

It will by no means be cost effective.

Moving a person with this many disabilities has huge liabilities.

I addressed this with the Hillsboro Deering School Board last Monday night in a public meeting with the parents in attendance. I told them we were going to use the student’s name in public during this process and that the parents had no problem with that. I dropped the hint that I will be on the next agenda with a public request for a recorded vote to reverse this idiotic transition.

The next day, after dropping off copies of medical records for each school board member listing all the problems with Joel, the school asked us to sign notarized waivers, releasing them from responsibility for using a student’s name in public.

This begs the question. If the Hillsboro/Deering School Board had as much concern for the student and taxpayers regarding this stupid experiment as they do for getting sued for using his name, wouldn’t we not even be doing this in the first place?

Now THIS would make a great movie.

Friday
May092008

Now THIS Would Make A Great Movie

And now we have the inevitable. Our friend Gary Dodds, a former DEMOCRAT candidate for congress – although it is hard to find party affiliation mentioned in stories about him, is back in the news.
Once gain he was caught outrunning the cops, who were once again headed for his home – the “Cutts and Runs” mansion.
Now he has been accused of assaulting his wife. What's next, buried toes in his yard?
Remember the tongue lashing Superior Court Judge Peter Fauver handed Gary after the fiasco of a trial we all went through? The trial that put police on trial, not Mr. Dodds who faked a car accident so he could have some alone time doing who knows what.
"You made a mockery of the members of law enforcement who risked their lives, in part, and used their time and their volunteer efforts, many of them, to try to find you," Fauver said.
Actually, Judge Fauver has it all wrong. Gary Dodds is making a mockery of Judge Peter Fauver who let him off the first time with a slap on the ankle bracelet.
And here he is back in the news, smile on his face, with the same legal team of clowns.
We become more like Massachusetts every day.
Thank you liberal Democrats, now we know what to look forward to.