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
Tuesday
Oct212008

Coundown To Stupidity

Joe Biden’s Top Ten Favorite Three Letter Words

4. Barak Obama and I are best “pals”.

3. My new hair plugs make me feel “sexy”.

2. “One” “Two” and “Three”

1. I’m not supposed to speak unless Barak “asks” me to speak.

And the number one Top Ten Favorite three letter word of Joe Biden is:

TAXES!

 

Tuesday
Oct212008

Ignore That Voter Behind The Curtain

Voter fraud is highlighting many discussions regarding this election as well as our pals at ACORN, the vote stealing organization Barack Obama funnels money to, worked for, and supported by being their attorney.

ACORN is an association of “community organizers” nationwide and gets taxpayer dollars to ply its trade. If this election is won by a slim margin Barack Obama will have his cohorts at ACORN to thank – and reward.

Recently, journalist Michelle Malkin reported on her blog an article from October 15, about a home in Ohio where some non-resident political activists used the property to vote in Ohio illegally. First reported by Shelby Holliday and Tiffany Wilson at the (link) www.Palestra.net website this home is subject of an investigation by the Franklin County Prosecutor Ron O’Brien.

At least this vote stealing scheme has a home at 2885 Brownlee Ave. in Columbus Ohio.

A similar vote stealing scheme in New Hampshire had NO home, just an imaginary place called 159 Bear Brook Road, Deerfield NH. Not only is there no Bear Brook Road in Deerfield NH. There is no 159 residence.

Oh but it had plenty of voters back in 2000 when CNHT started collecting evidence of NH voter fraud.

Voting from 159 Bear Brook Rd. we had:

Nathaniel R. Lengacher - of Ft. Wayne, Indiana

Elizabeth A. Buck - of South Bend, Indiana

Nicholas Peterson - of Boston, Ma.

Farlin Black - of Northampton Ma.

Nichole L. Siegrist - of parts unknown (opu)

Meredith J. Benson - opu

Christine A. Kelly - opu

Joseph M Gallagher - opu

Sean Kullman - opu

Now we don’t know much about these folks who voted in Deerfield NH in 2000 except they appear to have worked in the area for “Americorps”. This must be some sort of ACORN affiliate? It may be an affiliate of “Vote From Home” the organization helping non-residents vote in Ohio. So many organizations, so many vote stealing schemes.

This information from Deerfield NH and these names were handed over to the NH AG’s Office at the time, but as luck would have it for the residents of this non-resident, non-address, they were not prosecuted. That is how we handle voter fraud in NH. It seems to be the standard response to voter fraud here.

Ignore and excuse, excuse and ignore, that is how we keep our NH elections so squeaky clean. Why, if we do the same with arson fires in our state we could wipe out that crime in as well!

And did you know that almost every year we weaken NH election laws? We sure do! Add to that the constant vetoing of any form of voter identification by NH governors like Jeanne Shaheen, three times,and John Lynch, once so far, and there you have it.

NH doesn’t need ACORN to gin up the non-resident vote. They have plenty of help under the State House dome.

View the letter from one of 1,700 who committed fraud at this link:

Student Fraud


 

Tuesday
Oct142008

Wrongway Janeway

Liberal tax and spend NH State Senator Harold Janeway is trying to have it both ways.

He wants to show you don’t have to take the anti-tax pledge to get elected”. Ah, but here is a quote from a recent Concord Monitor article:

“We have a revenue-raising problem that, by its nature, doesn’t keep up with expenses,” Janeway said. “I think that, at a minimum, it would be time to convene a high-level meeting to at least visit the issue” of new revenue sources.

“Doesn’t keep up with expenses”?

How many times have we heard this from a legislator over the last 30 years or so? And it always seems to be the well to do legislators that want to put a hand in your pocket or snip off a bit of your paycheck trough a sales or income tax.

Let’s take a look at Janeway’s other statement from the article.

He wants to prove, quote:

“I’m going to try to show that not taking the pledge is not political suicide,” he said.

Big deal, some of our best small government legislators don’t take The Pledge. It’s the brave ones that say what they intend to do.

Well how about showing your hand Senator, now that you and your Democrat friends raised spending 17.5% and borrowed for the first time in NH history to cover school and highway construction.

Why not have the guts to forgo this not taking The Pledge nonsense and tell us you are FOR a broad-based tax. That is what this “high level meeting” talk is really about. It is about taking some rich, well-to-do experts who can hide their income, as cover to say once again it’s finally time for broad based taxes.

There isn’t really any other way for a tax and spender to address the issue – and be honest.

Show some integrity and just come out, come out and say it:

I, Senator Harold Janeway, am finally, after adding $450 million to NH’s budget and borrowing millions more, am in favor of an income tax.

Tuesday
Oct142008

Shaheen And Hodes: Looking Out For Taxpayers?

As luck would have it, being involved with local taxpayer issues gives one a unique perspective of people who run for office in this small state.

Case in point: Ashland, the year 2000, where the Town Manager, Rosie McNamara, misappropriated at least, according to auditors and her own testimony, one million taxpayer dollars. The auditors could show $1.4 million missing before it became too expensive to keep looking. Rosie claimed, AFTER she made a deal with the NH AG at the time, Phil McLaughlin, she took at least one million dollars from Ashland taxpayers for her own use. McLaughlin claimed he couild not find that much spent on her lifestyle.

Let’s break it down.

Rosie McNamara stole whatever money she could get her chubby hands on during her term as Town Manager in Ashland, except fire department funds, she must have liked the firemen. When taxpayers asked questions or challenged her they were labeled as malcontents, outsiders, or people filled with negativity. This is the usual tactic of a municipal thief. She even took shots at citizens who asked questions in the Town Managers report. Nice touch.

But see how the power wagons circle after she is caught. These are interesting power wagons to say the least.

Rosie was “prosecuted” by then Attorney General Phil McLaughlin – for only $111,000.00 of what was missing. This was all he felt comfortable prosecuting her for – less than 10% of what was stolen. She served four years in the women’s prison from what I can tell. The NH Municipal Assoc., the insurer of the town, paid the town over $600,000.00 for the loss. (This is another sordid story I will do later.)

Rosie was ordered to pay back the Town of Ashland 10% of her salary at some call center, $23.00 per week. This year, 2008, Rosie has paid Ashland $900.00 in restitution.

At the time, Rosie's excuse for stealing was she had mental and emotional problems. After getting caught she claimed she was left indigent, as in, has no money. This would allow the average person involved in a crime to have a court appointed lawyer. Remember this part.

I went to Rosie McNamara's January 2003 parole hearing and tried to testify that she had really stolen $1.4 million NOT just $111,000.00 and she should be required to sit down and write up a detailed statement showing exactly how she accomplished a crime of this scale so other towns could protect themselves from unscrupulous town managers (school superintendents as well). I was told by the three members of the parole board that I was “beyond the scope of the hearing”. (This being “outside the scope of the hearing” happens to me a lot, especially with voter fraud in NH.)

Rosie’s lawyer looked miffed when I spoke up.

Did I mention Rosie McNamara’s lawyer was Paul Hodes of the Shaheen Law Firm? This would be the same Paul Hodes who is one of our current Democrat congressmen and the same firm owned by the husband of the then sitting Democrat Governor, Jeanne Shaheen, a perennial candidate for the US Senate.

Some other details: The Attorney General who “prosecuted” Rosie for less than 10% of what she took was appointed by Jeanne Shaheen as was the entire Parole Board who let her out.

Not a bad deal if you are Rosie McNamara, the Grand Master of municipal theft in New Hampshire – that would be the municipal theft we know about. Try stealing a million from a private source and see what happens to you.

I understand indigent criminals are supposed to have court appointed lawyers, but are they entitled to a Democrat Dream Team to get them off the hook? O.J should have grabbed back his sports paraphernalia in NH. He would be out doing a bow-legged victory dance right now with this crowd on his side.

A question for then Attorney Paul Hodes:

Didn’t you kinda, sorta, maybe for a minute, think it might be a conflict of interest to defend the biggest taxpayer rip-off of NH history when the firm you worked for was a family concern of the sitting Governor who appointed the prosecutor as well as the parole board overseeing the future of your client - stupid question.

No wonder Paul Hodes and Jeanne Shaheen are so eager to have Washington, DC careers, they fit right in.

Tuesday
Oct142008

The Most Ethical Congress In History

Like clockwork we have another dustup involving a congressman and his wayward private parts not always being where they are supposed to, then getting caught. It’s difficult to balance an important job such as being a US Congressman and still have some hands on relationships with all the office personnel. This time its opposite genders for a change, no pages, or prostitutes. Why it’s almost like a breath of fresh air.

West Palm Beach Democrat Congressman Tim Mahoney apparently has agreed to a $121,000 payment to a congressional staffer/mistress he fired and who was threatening to sue him.

Unlike Democrat Mahoney’s predecessor, Republican Mark Foley, who this Mahoney creep replaced, there is the possibility that sex actually occurred between Mahoney and his staffer. This would be evidenced by the somewhat substantial amount of money being tossed at the woman in an effort to keep her quiet. The $121,000.00 deal is said to include a $50,000.00 a year job at a company that handles Democrat Mahoney’s campaigns, so this is sort of a campaign funded roll in the hay once removed from the actual campaign checkbook.

This Mahoney-mistress-payoff seems like a good deal to me if you compare it to what Bill Clinton paid Paula Jones for simply pulling down his pants in front of her, groping her some, and biting her lip. I think that settlement was $850,000.00. We have all moved on with our lives since then as we set new standards for presidents and congressmen.

The big loser in the new set of standards for elected officials would be Congressman Foley who just two years ago RESIGNED his seat for sending sexually explicit emails to male staffers, none of whom were minors. The blinding media outrage went on for six weeks or so even after the resignation.

Republican Mark Foley had no place in this Pelosi Congress after all it is – The Most Ethical Congress in History.