Ed Naile, CNHT

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Tuesday
Jan082008

37% Still Means 37 Out Of 100

I came home this evening after stopping by the Hillary Campaign HQ on Elm Street in Manchester – walked in the back door with the volunteers and grabbed a few souvenirs, then came home and turned on the TV to watch the primary results.

At 8 pm all the NH polls are closed and at about 12 minutes after that the networks announced the projected winner on the Republican side.

Wow that was quick. Why not just call Senator McCain, Mr. President. (It sounded like they were, did you get that feeling?)

The MSM theory on Senator McCain seems to go like this: Third in Iowa is a win, 37% in New Hampshire is a Tsunami.

I have a feeling if Senator McCain came in second in NH it would have been reported as a tidal wave, third would have been a landslide.

I have seen this show before and if I was a McCain supporter I would hold my breath until after some other primaries are finished. We let non-Republicans pick the Republican nominee in New Hampshire. Other states may not be so generous.  If memory serves me well Buchanan got about that percent when he won.

But it looks like my favorite Democrat/Socialist is hanging on. Go Hillary!

Romney has some life left in him and cash on him so he is not out.

Huckabee took third!

Guilani has a plan.

A few more primaries in a couple of diagonals of fly-over country and this can shake out for Republicans. The Ron Paul people should take a look at Huckabee if the good doctor bows out. I say this because I have heard it from one or two in conversations about candidates. But if Paul stays in keep pounding home the message.

As for me I have a $100 dollar bet with a liberal anti-Hillary teacher from Barrington that Hillary will be the man he has to vote for. I’m still cruising with that gamble.

Monday
Jan072008

Speaking Of Fox News

I was watching Fox News after the Iowa Caucus and the expert political panel was gabbing about the results.

There was stammering, stuttering, Fred Barnes and his stuttering, stammering, barely able to get his spin across partner, the Where’s Waldo fella with the glasses.

Another expert pundit was a regular named Juan Williams. He certainly was impressed with Mr. Obama. Mr. Williams is black, just in case you don’t watch Fox.

Juan Willaims was shocked and breathlessly pointing out the historical significance of Senator Obama winning in lily white Iowa!!!!!

In Juan Williams’s liberal mind all white people, especially ones in farm country, are bigots and would never vote for a black man. He repeated this astonishing out come several times.

Somebody get a new trick pony for Juan. He rode this one down to the stirrups.

Being a paid race monger panelist on a cable news show these days has lost its gravitas. Senator Obama proves it. Maybe news junkies don’t need the oppressed black perspective as much as they used to. Most of the voters who made Mr. Obama a US Senator were color blind as were the voters in Juan’s idea of a backwater, Iowa.

The only person at Fox News still hyped up and looking for a chance to expose racism seems to be Juan Williams. Can Fox News please get a token “somebody who knows something about the election” to replace Juan. Then we can send Juan out to a “not all white people are racists programming camp” where he can take a short rest.

Monday
Jan072008

Predictions

I predict I will be on my knees Tuesday evening praying Hillary will win the NH Primary by a large margin so she can go on to be the progressive/liberal/Democrat’s nominee in the general election.

Having predicted a month or so ago on this site, NHInsider.com, Obama would win here in NH I still yearn for a Hillary/Shaheen/Lynch Democrat 2008 ticket in New Hampshire.

I think Obama will win the NH Primary because the NH Democrats depend on out of state student voters to be the tipping point in any statewide election, so a Democrat primary will have an over abundance of 19 and 20 somethings voting in an exciting primary like this whether resident liberals like it or not. The student vote has come back to bite Hillary because I believe most students, who were in grade school when her masher husband was president, have no ties that bind them to any Clinton.

But me – I do have ties to the Clintons and I want Hillary to make it to the finish line with as little disturbance as possible.

Hard core, left wing, serious Democrats want Hillary because she will be the one candidate who would rub it in the face of the Republicans who impeached their flawed hero, Bill.

But then reality sinks in.

Democrats are surging to the polls in this election cycle I hear. No wonder. We are all chanting about “CHANGE”. Even the “WAR” has dropped from the lips of the chanters in their frenzy to have it all, as in the House, Senate, and President’s office. They can taste victory. Every one is feeling dizzy with excitement.

The fly waiting in the ointment is the list of little details that will probably, most likely, sort of, have to be addressed in a general election.

Here is one.

How about when Americans come to realize what total Democrat control of the next Supreme Court appointments will be? You know at least three of the lefties will resign if that happens.

Who would the Democrats nominate? The short list that comes to my mind includes such dignitaries as Desmond Tu Tu, Dan Rather, or some beret wearer from Cesar Chavez’s Department of Agriculture. The possibilities are endless.

Talk radio will probably want to spend the next year describing Hillary’s “National Stand in Line for Health Care for Free Health Plan”. And if Hillary ducks news media, with their willing and eager support like when she ran for the US Senate in NY, her Republican opponent will have an unanswered field day on the national stage.

Hillary’s military prowess should take center stage during the run up to the general election as well. Talk about a mine field of poll and announce your plan, and poll and announce your plan, and poll and blame it on Republicans.

And then we have that soulless, screechy, nagging, chalk-on-slate voice. How on Earth do you dodge that?

Please New Hampshire – let this woman win.

Sunday
Jan062008

Huckabee The Day After Iowa

I went to the Huckabee rally at the college in Henniker Friday, the results:

  1. 30-35% press out of about 400 people there.
  2. Lots of 30 somethings with kids in tow.
  3. Huckabee is a humble guy who shares the stage and is a natural campaigner.
  4. The college kiddies appear to still be on Christmas break.
  5. 40 year old white men should not wear dreadlocks even if it is in a Mowhawk or wrapped in a beach towel.
  6. Chuck Norris’s wife is a hottie, Chuck is a sincere campaigner and was a big hit.
  7. The more I see of the media the less I like them.
  8. NH Senator Clegg has lost enough weight he will soon be able to borrow Mike Huckabee’s clothes.
  9. Nice event, family oriented, upbeat, fun.
  10. The libs roaming around were having a tough time keeping the smug look on their faces and not looking like sore thumbs.
  11. There was not a lot of “evangelical oppression” going on as some would like voters to believe.

My only suggestions to Mike Huckabee:

  1. If only for a few seconds just put the guitar behind your head and play a few notes like Jimi Hendrix and you will seal the deal.
  2. Don’t listen to professional campaign gurus. Be yourself its refreshing.
Sunday
Jan062008

A Victim Of Fergustance

Opportunity knocks for Republicans.

Apparently the first step in rebuilding the NH Republican Party has been taken, and by what I have thought was an unexpected source – Republican Party Chairman Fergus Cullen.

I may have been wrong about Fergus when I thought he would divide the Party from its base. This may seal the deal for the Republican comeback.

The beneficiaries of Fergus doing the standup thing and telling Fox News that without US Congressman Duncan Hunter and Congressman Ron Paul in the upcoming debate the Republican Party under his leadership is a no go.

Fox News is in NH for a brief time to “report” on news. The Republican Party needs the support of the real New Hampshire voters who live here and who see Congressman Duncan Hunter as the legitimate candidate he is. He is a veteran, his son is in the service in Afghanistan. Congressman Ron Paul has the finances and support of tons of young, dedicated, aggressive supporters who are web savvy, and articulate.

Talk about big tents, now is the time to prove it and Fergus has.

After 2006 the Republican Party moved out of the office on North Main Street and into their new building down the road. The old Republican office is now the home of the Reagan Legacy group whose members are dedicated, longtime, grass roots Republicans trying to effect change in the Legislature one seat at a time. There are other conservative groups in NH with offices working the same way, independently.

I have always thought, and with pretty good cause, that the NH Republican Party cared about only four things, two US Senate seats and two US House seats, and the rest of the rabble could fend for scraps until needed to protect those four positions.

Fergus has just done the right thing by stepping away from the traditional way of doing business, smack dab in front of the people he had to do it for most. This action may just wind up being a dab of the glue that can bind the different groups together.