Ed Naile, CNHT

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Ron Paul 2008

As we close in on the end of another NH Primary I would say that Ron Paul is already a winner. He has shown in no uncertain terms that a man with ideas about FREEDOM can generate the millions of dollars needed to run a serious campaign for president.

I have watched many “lower tier” candidates who are not millionaires come here over the years without any real money and work hard for recognition only to have people say they will never win because they do not have the financial means to contact voters by mail, phone, radio, or TV. Ron Paul just blew that excuse out of the Republican Primary waters big time.

With the Democrats it will be different, as always, because they offer voters something for nothing like free healthcare, free college, a welfare state, and all the socialist bells and whistles. Ron Paul offers FREEDOM - as in personal responsibility.

The Republican insiders have to deal with the extraordinarily successful grassroots phenomenon. And it will only spur more like-minded candidates in the future.

Pat Buchanan showed that a man with no elected office or personal financial war chest could beat a sitting president in the NH Primary. I think that was the first shot across the bow.

Now we have Congressman Ron Paul and his supporters who are real, live residents of NH. They are not going away, from my knowledge of them.

But can they keep the inertia of this primary?

Ross Perot was a “candidate” who attracted some 19% of the primary vote only to be a spoiler and help elect the Arkansas Mafia. Perot did not have a grass roots base as Ron Paul has.

People in NH did not open their homes, raise money, make calls, and campaign for Ross Perot spontaneously and nudge him to run as happened with Ron Paul. Perot had a bank account, and insatiable ego, a dislike of the Bush’s, and a plan. He evaporated because there was no “there, there”. Good riddance.

Ron Paul is a sitting US Congressman who has bucked the Republican hierarchy all of his career, with this kind of grass roots activism and financial support the Republican Party has to deal with him – AND his new followers. If they play their cards right during and after this campaign they will get some of the change they want. It may be incremental but it will real.

The “CHANGE” Obama and the other Democrats campaign on means socialism. They can’t say it out loud.

Ron Paul can shout FREEDOM from the rooftops and now the powers that be can not ignore him.

I call that a win.


Happy Thanksgiving From The Manchester Post Office

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Man With Bomb Taped To Mouth Hands Back Control Of Clinton Headquarters

This attempt by the Clinton goon squad to use an underhanded trick to suggest Barack Obama may have been a drug dealer is one more in a recent spate of similar action.

Several Clinton staffers have had the heave-ho for not so subtle email questions about Barack Obama being a Muslim.

And yet Huckabee’s question about Mormons and what details of old passages in the Bible mean to them has lingered on for about a week.

Romney gives one of the best political speeches of his life regarding religion and America and it gets about two days in the press.

Fred Thomson shuts down a liberal moderator with an "I am not raising my hand or answering your question until you give me time" and it hardley makes news. I about jumpeed out of my seat. It was great, legendary.

Billy “The First Hunk” Shaheen suggests to a national paper that Obama might have sold drugs as well as used them is supposed to pass as a future Republican plot???

See how fast this disappears from the news. Almost as fast as Hillay's cackle in the last Democrat debate.

Except for here of course.

Where was Dennis Kucinich in the last libfest?


He's Young, He's Black, He Must Be A Drug Dealer

Democrat campaign veteran Billy Shaheen, the former “First Hunk” when his screechy wife was our NH Governor, has resigned from the Clinton attack team.

“First Hunk’s” expertatious, well thought out plan to prevent the inevitable Republican dirty tricks on Clinton’s opponent Barack by playing a dirty trick on the young lad FIRST lead to this most recent Clinton/Obamadrama.

Welcome to NH and the Shaheen Machine – crazy “First Hunk” at the wheel.

Hunky’s “Let me vet you to death,” offer of help to the Obama camp was met with some skepticism.

Ya think!

You have to wonder what the rest of the universe thinks about our state now. “First Hunk” is supposed to be vaguely familiar with basic campaign tactics like #1. Never accuse your young, black, articulate, opponent of being a drug dealer when you don’t have a shred of evidence.

This problem is probably caused by the recent Democrat trend to blame everything in NH, even dirty, rotten, stinking, tricks, meant to help a political opponent (wink, wink) on Republican dirty tricks.

Note to Democrat Presidential candidates:

This is the same crowd of thugs that passed a law which allowed the NH Democrats to spank you guys $65,000.00 each for a $450.00 voter list.

According to the Republican Party, these con men even sold the list to FOR PROFIT CORPORATIONS!!! Now that is a basic violation of all Democrat values let alone NH law.

According to the part of the statute that was not unconstitutional it would be a felony if Republicans sold the NH centralized voter list to FOR PROFIT CORPORATIONS but in this case there will be no prosecution – as usual.

If NH loses the Presidential Primary next time around because of this low life, liberal Democrat activity, I have a sneaky suspicion it will be blamed on the Republicans.

Apparently it’s all they have left.

I wonder what Governor Lynch, the “Ethics Governor,” thinks about this mess?

Why bother asking.


Full Court Press

Come and get him!

The media is finally focused on Mike Huckabee, as in he better take back comments he made ten years ago or else! Or else the mainstream media will put him though the zinger question ringer all conservative Christian politicians suffer.

That will teach him.

There is one small problem with this tattered old playbook the media uses in campaign after campaign. Governor Huckabee isn’t backtracking. He is answering his critics in an open honest way. More precisely, he is answering in terms of how he as a Christian functions in a political world.

Standard media God question gotchyas often fall flat with Huckabee as in when a reporter stuck a microphone in Huckabee’s face and asked if he thought God wanted him to be President. His response was something to the effect of: “I didn’t know God was registered to vote but if he is registered somewhere let me know because I want his support.”

Mr. Microphone just had himself served a heaping helping of Baptist slap down. And there is more to come.

I have seen the Huckabee record on taxes, immigration, the DuMond clemency case, and the education funding lawsuit Arkansas went through during his administration in Arkansas. And I have heard some of his explanations for granting clemency, supporting a constitutional amendment to raise taxes, as well as his early statements regarding AIDS.

His opponents are now trying to shape an image of him as soft on crime much as liberal Democrat Mike Dukakis was and they hope to tag him with that label. But Huckabee is not a liberal Democrat. You may be able to make a case for him being a Christian who is too compassionate to criminals but how will that square with his record of approving a record amount of death sentences? The DuMond case was something out of a fiction novel that transcended the terms of several governors. His pardon of Keith Richards for a traffic violation is hard to make a serious case against.

Regarding the raising of taxes. Huckabee dealt with a Democrat legislature, an education funding lawsuit, supported a constitutional amendment to raise taxes by a vote of the people, lived under a constitutional requirement to balance the state budget, handled state budget deficits, faced a deplorable highway system, and one of the worst school systems in America. He does not hide from his record. Go for it

But if the news media thinks they can conjure up old sermons Huckabee gave as a minister and make him look like a hayseed I think they are in for a rude awakening.

We have all been through the disgusting scandals and crimes of the Clinton regime, as have the voters in Arkansas who re-elected Mike Huckabee over and over.
Wouldn’t it be ironic if the Clinton scandals, which have cleared the deck of all previous measures of scandal paved the way for a Huckabee Presidency.