Ed Naile, CNHT

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Caution: Written By Typical White Guy

“I remember landing under sniper fire. There was supposed to be some kind of a greeting ceremony at the airport, but instead we just ran with our heads down to get into the vehicles to get to our base.”

So this incident Hillary relates to adoring Democrats isn’t true.

Big deal – it’s the unabashed ability to LIE that counts.

The fact that Hillary will lie about anything at the drop of a hat is what endears her to supporters. I keep trying to tell my friends this and many just don’t get it.

Look at this logically. Hillary has a lock on a certain set of supporters, single women, union members, socialists, and other hardcore Democrat Party members. They love her because she is willing to do what ever it takes to get them what they believe they deserve as a birthright – other people’s money through taxation and regulation.

So what if she is a pathological liar. THAT is a leg up in this game.

Her husband stated to an audience once that he would climb out a ditch with a rifle to defend Israel. Now EVERYONE with two brain cells to rub together knows that brag is a bold faced lie and his cheering fans knew it. They were simply, in a knee-jerk fashion, cheering his unabashed audacity to lie on their behalf – for their pleasure.

Part of the pleasure Clinton supporters feel when watching these two lie in public, over and over, with no percievable repercussions, is how it always infuriates conservatives.

Current Clinton Democrat opponents are none too happy about Clinton lies, as we are seeing in this primary.

Once you have dealt with people like this and learn to accept it as how they are put together, one becomes free of the helpless sounding complaint, “If one of us tried to do this you know what would happen.” When any discussion I’m in turns to a list of Clinton lies its time to find something else to do.

I have better things on my agenda than detailing Clinton lies all day other than to say it is better to observe and understand how they and their supporters operate than complain about it.

Try this:

Hillary lied about being under sniper fire for a reason. She needs to show military and foreign policy experience – she has none - so she lies. This exposes Hillary’s own understanding of a weakness she has. Forget the lie other than it is a red flag flying over the fact that if she had a teaspoon of military or foreign policy experience she would attempt to leverage that teaspoon into a truckload.

So instead of trying to prove in several different ways and to anyone who will listen that Hillary told another lie, seasoned Clinton observers would see this as an opportunity. She has simply used a technique acquired through years of practice to move her image forward towards her goal of becoming President – again.


Thursday We Got A Call From A Reporter And...

I spent five and a half hours Friday with the Windsor Coalition of Taxpayers and a visiting Boston Globe reporter who is interested in what a pure democracy looks like when it goes awry. That is definitely Windsor.

We showed the Globe reporter, with document after document, how, depending on who you are in that town, property taxes don’t have to be paid. This problem goes back to 2000, according to the Windsor town father’s own admissions, as well as NH Department of Revenue records. CNHT knows it goes back farther than that. We have been working on this and other bizarre municipal nightmares there since 2006. We made two successful trips to Superior Court – so far.

Speaking of dates.

It appears the Windsor Tax Collector was working in longhand, on scrap paper, without a calculator or receipts, and with a schedule derived from the ancient Mayan Calendar which ends in 2012. The town finances in Windsor have collapsed three years early.

After all the history, data, statutes, folklore and chocolate chip cookies were evenly distributed and digested among our group, the Globe reporter casually mentioned to us that she stopped by the Windsor Town hall (30’ x40’ capacity 50 odd souls) and saw a note on the door. She copied it down. It said, roughly:

“There will be a meeting of the Windsor Selectmen March 21, at 7 pm to have the Town Attorney contact the NH Attorney General’s Office with the town audit.”


It looked like the Windsor Selectmen were about to hold an emergency meeting on a Friday evening to pack up the supposed audit, more like a Polaroid snapshot, of the town tax records to take to the Dept. of Rev. Admin. and the AG – ASAP! About time.

But was this true? The only way to find out was to GO to the emergency meeting. So off went the key members of the WCNHT and THE GLOBE REPORTER (you can’t make this stuff up).

The Selectmen shuffled into the two car garage sized town hall, along with a few local pals who must have been tipped with a phone call. You might call it “immoral moral support.”

Our guys were there – with a video camera and reporter for this unpublished, except for a note on the door emergency meeting. You would think they expected no one would find out. Imagine their surprise when they asked the young lady whom they have never met what she was doing at their emergency! She tells them she works for the Globe!

Now for the rest of this story I should really sell tickets.

Apparently the Windsor Village Idiot was at this emergency meeting Friday. Remember him? He was the one quoted in the Union Leader, Tuesday last week, front page, above the fold, saying this is how we do business in Windsor, meaning, we use the tax system and our majority vote to take advantage our neighbors. And there was the usual blather about how long his relatives have lived in the area. Fine, I get that all the time. But we surmise the AG has waited long enough for Windsor to get off the tax crapper and this comment may have been a catalyst for some long awaited state action.

Here is the exciting part of our adventure.

Our story trails off with Mr. Idiot telling the reporter he wants an interview.

Now all we do is wait for that to happen. (with big smiles of course)

We also wait to see if the State of New Hampshire Department of Revenue will actually do something about a town that refuses to keep tax records for at least ten, probably twenty years. They could order an audit.

We wait for the AG to sit some of these Bozo’s down and get a statement as to what is going on, where all the money collected went, and how much is not collected.

And we wait for the Globe photographer to come get the pictures they want for the Windsor story.



Underpaid And Overworked?

Working off an email list I would like access to, the Bow school superintendent, Dr. Dean, took  a smidgen of time out of his very busy schedule for a little politicking and a get out the vote effort.

Some how he seems to have an idea what the taxpayer activists may have up their sleeves  for the annual meeting but doesn't seem to have a heads-up on what his teachers may have in the way of strategy.

Maybe he can put a new position of "assistant in charge of political efforts" in next year's budget.

That would free up time for him to do his job. Of course if Deano wants to really get out the vote he has only to support Senate Bill 2.

From: Dean Cascadden
Sent: Friday, March 14, 2008 2:12 PM
To: Everyone
Subject: A Reason to Come Out Tonight

I know that you have gotten a number of reminders about the annual meeting and coming to express your political will tonight, especially if you live in Bow.

Here's one more.....

I believe that there may be several amendments offered tonight....

1) One may attempt to zero out the lines for the IB program to eliminate it

2) One may be to amend the budget to the school board's number

3) One may be to cut the budget over a half a million dollars (similar to what happened on the town side last year) because the district turns back a lot of money and we could live on what was appropriated last year.

There is also the possibility that there will be a motion to make all of the votes on the budget secret, paper ballots.

So, I think it will be an interesting night, and I hope we have a good turnout.

I am philosophical about the result.... we get the government we deserve because we live in a free country and have the opportunity to engage in the political process. Don't be apathetic, let your voice be heard and your vote counted. I will be very happy with any result that is representative of the residents of Bow.... I will be most unhappy if there is a feeling that only a small minority of voters made decisions for a larger silent majority.

Dr. Dean S. T. Cascadden


Bow School District , SAU 67


Too Bad New Jersey Didn't Have THE PLEDGE

American’s For Prosperity of New Jersey has been airing this spot on radio stations around their state. The Democrats in our New Hampshire legislature would surly love to be in New Jersey’s enviable position, a 7% sales tax and a 9% income tax. Think of all the good they could do with that kind of bling.


The progressive possibilities are endless – except of course cutting property taxes. They have not gotten around to that yet.


Begin commercial:


“The history of taxation in New Jersey it is not a pretty story. In 1966, we had the 3rd highest property taxes in the country, but NO sales or income taxes. Those days sure look good now.


Then Trenton told us a temporary 3% sales tax would cut property taxes. In 1971, that temporary sales tax became a permanent 5% sales tax! Now, at 7%, the sales tax is the highest in the nation and there has been no property tax relief.


In 1976, Trenton told us that a new 2.5% income tax would cut property taxes. (Notice a pattern here?). That income has steadily risen to the current 9% and property taxes are as high as ever.”

Thank you American’s For Prosperity for showing New Hampshire what a Democrat Legislature can do when it puts its mind to it.

By the way, the 1976 New Jersey income tax was to fund an education funding lawsuit. It was promised as the panacea which lower property taxes and bring “equity” to education spending – guaranteed!

Sound familiar?



We May All Survive On A Tad Less

I have not had the time to add it all up but after last week you have to admit NH taxpayers were on a spending stopping blitzkrieg. Even planning and zoning articles went down in liberal towns. THAT is saying something. This was an historic rebuke of spending.

There were a few interesting votes that are enlightening, besides voters not buying in to more property regulation.

In Gilford, voters did not automatically vote for all the non-profits who come to towns for funding on an ever increasing scale.

Milford voted down three different attempts to fund MANDATORY kindergarten. The pro-kindies even announced that portable classrooms might be acceptable - too late for that.

Litchfield still will not approve any huge school bond. This is the fourth time in a row. Make it $25 million and see what happens next year.

A Town Manager got dumped by voters in Winchester. Usually these guys get into a pissing contest with selectmen and get a settlement to leave. Don’t let the screen door hit ya TM.

Auburn, Belmont, Fremont, East Kingston as well as their school all adopted SB2. Not that you will find much of that in the news. Nor will you find any town opting OUT of SB2.

Hudson voters put the words "income tax" into the Fernald Income Tax Warrant Article and it was shot down SOUNDLY!

But behind the scenes this is going on:

A firm that audits towns has come forward that a Bennington library official might be diverting money, throw in the tax collector in Litchfield as well – allegedly. This is a new turn of events as far as I can see. It seems the auditing firms have caught on to the pandemic of public theft which has occurred in NH municipalities over the last few years. At least now they are exposing it. It took an out of state firm to open up Newmarket’s books to the public.

As voters all over the state slammed the door on the tax and spend mentality at the local level our legislature kept it up. Anyone who is interested in running as a fiscal conservative for any state office should start getting ready now. By November the moonbats will be sitting ducks.