Ed Naile, CNHT

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Hillary And (YUK) Sex

If I did not already understand why Hillary supporters behave as they do it might be frustrating, but not me, I have listened to and observed liberals for two decades, so this blind obedience makes perfect sense.

But in case you have not picked up on how it works yet here is the short version.

Hillary Clinton is an enabler for her husband. Just as an alcoholic or drug addict needs help every so often so does Bill with one of his problems. Bill Clinton’s problem is described as “sex” but is not sex at all.

Bill Clinton is an abuser of women, sex is part of it but power and a sense of invincibility is what drives him.

Liberals in America like to chant (chanting makes the mind focus and clears it of guilt or reasoning) that Bill Clinton’s sex life is not our business. It is to them as though he has a mistress like any European leader may have and the wife simply ignores that mistress and carries on for the good of the country keeping her head held high. It is an odd type of dignity but understandable.

Not so with Hillary. She stands by while her husband swabs a young underling intern’s private parts with a cigar and has her perform for him under his desk. That isn’t sex as much as it was an act of domination. But Hillary understands.

Bill Clinton’s jumping and manhandling an adult volunteer, Kathleen Willey, during a meeting in his office would be called a sexual assault if tried by anyone else, let’s say Senator Packwood. For this pair, the Clinton’s, it was simply a situation that needed to be handled properly. This includes strong support of each other as the Clinton’s again weather the storm. The need for power exceeds the normal human emotions most people would feel; betrayal, anger, outrage. None of that is directed at anyone here except the victims.

When Bill Clinton was recorded on Jennifer Flowers answering machine telling her to “stick to her story and there is nothing they can do” he was expressing exactly what is in play, supreme confidence in his wife’s support along with the main stream media and typical Clinton supporters – progressives. Just as with Flowers, Bill Clinton stuck to his denial of abusing the intern until he was absolutely trapped and again he had Hillary’s full, unconditional support.

Even the act of dropping his pants and demanding sex from an unsuspecting Paula Jones, for which Clinton paid a substantial sum in an out of court settlement, or the hard core sexual assault of Juanita Broderick back in Arkansas has had no visible effect on Hillary Clinton because there is none to be had. THAT is the mark of an enabler.

Clinton supporters may not be able to verbalize why the Clinton’s do what they do and they may not even understand why some people find it offensive, immoral, and illegal. They know just one thing.

The Clinton’s are a team. They will never back down. They will never give up. And they will never apologize or take blame. It is win at any cost. And when you have no guilt or shame the cost is very slim.

In the political world of progressives where the end game is to take as much of someone else’s money, rights, property, or power as possible for yourself through the force of government, these are the type of people you need as leaders.

I understand that much.


Taking From The "Rich?" In Nottingham

I am passing along this email from one of our CNHT activists in Nottingham, Eugene Reed. Gene has some experience in assessing and has exposed the problem in Nottingham with the Avitar Assessing Company and their magical assessing software.

Local Nottingham activists are tired of the failure of the State of NH to come up with understandable standards for assessing property along with some sort of remedy for assessing firms that do not supply data that backs up their figures.

Just as town would hold any other contractor liable for shoddy or nonexistent work so should assessing firms be held to a standard.

This scenario is playing out all over NH. In Nottingham there will be a Special Meeting called by petition to address it.

Good job Gene!

Hi all:
To some of you, this scenario is a recurring assessing nightmare..

  • 1. Lakefront property singled out for a special assessment not backed up by complete documentation.
  • 2. 327 properties surveyed by boat for features in ONE DAY! (Dept. Revenue Admin. says "That's not uncommon.")
  • 3. DRA - No help.... again.
  • 4. Selectmen with their heads.......in the sand..
  • 5. Avitar fumbling with public relations, common sense, basic math, bad data, and the elusive market value...
  • 6. Many taxpayer protests, some informal hearings, and then, whoops, a "minor" adjustment, a few stokes of the computer keys, and there goes $7.7 MILLION dollars of "new" property value. (Down from $28 million of "new" market value) (Do the math and figure the error rate! for a job Avitar and the Selectmen considered done.)


Now, apply that (sampling) error rate to uncontested properties!! (Sounds like Sanbornton, "throw em a bone, maybe they will just go away.") Doesn't generate much faith in this statistical process!!!

So, the folks from Pawtuckaway Lake (250 strong and smart enough to document errors.) petitioned for a "Special Town Meeting".. The articles are included below with notes... Please notice that one of the articles provides for the Town to create assessing standards. In-as-much as the ASB refuses to address the issue of standards and the DRA refuses to provide critical oversight, Nottingham may be the first town in this state to set policies, procedures, and (Assessors shudder here!) standards! (if adopted)

All are welcome at this meeting, of course you cannot vote unless a registered voter of Nottingham. However, with the permission of the registered people presenttaxpayers, you may speak. (My sense is that you would be allowed.)

See www.pawtuckawaylake.org for the gory details... (details are not available on Town website)

Please forward this to all those that may be interested, including media types....

Nottingham elementary school (Stage Road)
9AM Saturday December 15 9AM

Come early or come late, but show up for a morning of some organized angry taxpayers taking on the failed assessing process and those that try to defend it. (Or as the Commissioner says, "there are some out there trying to sell snake oil". Simply a public "misunderstanding".)

Your comments are welcome,

Gene Reed
( Merry Christmas..!! & Happy New Year )

Special Town Meeting (by Taxpayer Petition)
December 15, 2007
Register 8:30AM
Start 9:00AM

  • Article # 1: To see if the Town will vote to direct the Board of Selectmen to immediately withdraw the recent assessments of Pawtuckaway lakefront property from the tax records.
  • Article # 2: To see if the Town will vote to direct the Board of Selectmen to certify to the State of New Hampshire only those assessments that would have been certified by the assessment before the reassessment.
    While it is true that the selectmen can ignore our vote on Articles 1 & 2, it is important for the citizens of Nottingham to demonstrate their displeasure with the methods and processes that have been used to value our properties. Flawed appraisal methods force citizens into a lengthy and expensive abatement process. Hiding building value in the land assessment creates opportunity for abuse in the future. Yearly additions of undocumented site specific adjustments inflate property values Property valuations that are not based on property size and frontage are wrong
  • Article # 3: To see if the Town will vote to direct the Board of Selectmen to release Avitar from its contract at the earliest possible moment.
    • Avitar breached their revaluation contract with the town.
    • Avitar provided incomplete and inaccurate information to the State.
    • Avitar was arrogant and evasive to citizens in the public informal hearings.
    • Avitar's "creative" appraisal techniques over valued property
    • Avitar's poor or non-existent documentation provides citizens no ability to appeal highly subjective site adjustments
    • Avitar's one day site inspection by boat of 327 properties created $8 million in errors that the town would have certified if residents had not demanded informal public hearings
  • Article # 4: To see if the Town will vote to direct the Board of Selectmen to retain new appraisers to perform an analysis to determine whether any discrepancies exist.
  • Article # 5: To see if the Town will vote to direct the Board of Selectmen to receive and consider all pertinent evidence from all affected parties relative to the need for reassessment and the methods to be used in any reassessment.
  • Article # 6: To see if the Town will vote to direct the Board of Selectmen to adopt uniform assessment methods and criteria to be used for evaluations of all property within the Town's borders. Since there are no appraising standards at the State level, we demand that the Town of Nottingham establish our own fair and equitable appraising standards.
  • There should be no flat rate premiums applied to land values.
  • There should be no undocumented value adjustments.
  • There should be no subjective value adjustments that cannot be substantiated or appealed based on some measurable standard.
  • There should be informal public hearings held after EVERY revaluation.
  • If our selectmen do not want to learn enough about appraising to provide oversight to the process, elect a Board of Assessors as they do in other towns.

Pet Peeves

Some science news stories just have to be challenged.

And when it comes to any story about chimpanzees or raccoons, I am the guy to do it.

Did you see the story about the chimp who could “remember” then touch on a computer screen five numbers in sequence after the numbers had turned to white squares?

The five numbers show up scattered on a screen in the blink of an eye (to humans) then in this same instant turn into white squares!

College students were asked to point to each square in the numerical order in which they disappeared. The college kids could only do it 40% of the time, but the chimp could do it 80% of the time.

No kidding!

Ever see a chimp swing through the trees, or a gibbon if you want some fast action? Their hand eye coordination is off the charts compared to a human, let alone the memory part of the test.

Chimps may have co-dominant eyes, phenomenal peripheral vision, a photographic memory, to survive swinging around in tree tops, who knows. This wasn’t a fair test for the college kids.

You might as well had a “let’s see who can grow the most hair on their back” contest for goodness sake.

But the glaring difference I saw in this rigged deal was that the chimp got a treat every time he finished tapping the screen.

What did they give the college students, a Heineken?


Number One For Now

Dr. Hugh Cort, candidate for President.

Last Thursday I had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Cort on NH Taxpayer Radio for the full two hours as a guest/co-host.

Never heard of Dr. Cort? He is by luck of the draw the first name you will see on the Republican ballot.

Hugh Cort had his own radio talk show in Alabama where he is from. When he told me this I thought let’s try something different and have him on for two hours. I was almost speechless. Dr. Cort let loose with his conservative/pro-life/national defense positions in those two hours enough to cover a political campaign in NH and several neighboring states. I would say he had some pent up campaigning to do.

And that is why CNHT provides time for almost any presidential candidate who wants it. Anyone who is serious about running for president and getting their own message out should have some opportunity to do so.

NH is supposed to be the proving ground for presidential candidates. Friends of mine from out of state and the US often ask about the candidates they never see on TV or read about in the press. WE are lucky enough to meet them.

Too bad one party tried to extort money from candidates for a public document anyone has the Constitutional right to review and purchase. Dr. Cort was outraged when we talked about this subject. And well any candidate from any party should be.

Dr. Cort is on the ballot in NH, Iowa, and South Carolina where ballot access cost him $35,000.00. I would say he is a serious candidate.

Much of his campaign involves national security and our lack of a national program to aggressively track leads to terrorism. He would like to see a Constitutional Amendment to protect the lives of the unborn and have a real fence on the southern border with Mexico, along with a more secure border overall.

NH voters should take the time to check out Dr. Cort.

I get to see almost any candidate I want and have done that pretty often over the years. One of the first things you notice is that some will look right past you, others have a pat speech and never venture from that safe harbor. Most top tier candidates are surrounded by staff or handlers.

The candidates who are ignored by the MSM always want your attention and will look you in the eye when they have it.

This is a good measurement against the top tier. I am glad Dr. Cort is campaigning in our state.

You can find out about Dr. Cort at: www.cortforpresident.com


Look For That Union Label

Now Manchester’s Peter Sullivan, Joe Kelly Levasseur, and I all have something in common.

We have all had our political mail meddled with in some fashion through the good old Manchester Post Office.

With me back in 1996 it was actually the Hillsboro Post Office that tampered with my political mail. But Manchester got a chance to play a part when I called there to make a complaint. Boy had I just tumbled from the turnip truck.

I was supposed to make my “complaint” about the Hillsboro Post Office taking my undeliverable political mailings and giving them to my opponent to a Mrs. Koch at the Manchester office. She was on “vacation”. I then received a call from a Mr. Staples who said he would handle this investigation personally by taking a team to Hillsboro to straighten things out.

Months later I found out from a retired PO employee that this Staples person worked in personnel and had no business handling my complaint. So it seems I was diverted to a dead end.

No big deal, I got my small measure of revenge here in town by another method, but that is a different story.

Having mail held up in the Manchester Post Office until AFTER the election seems to be the same old story.

The last election in Manchester saw Joe Kelly Levasseur file a complaint with the Post Office after receiving his political mail back AFTER the election was over as well as a USPS check for services NOT rendered. That would be of course depending on who you are. I imagine Joe’s opponent is none too unhappy about this situation.

And now we have Peter Sullivan, a Democrat, finding that his mail, according to press reports I have seen, bundled with a rubber band and put on a supervisor’s desk. Funny, Peter is said not to have used a rubber band to SEND his political mail.

My mail back in 1996 was marked with our town road agent’s PO Box number and placed in his box instead of returned to me or disposed of lawfully.

Pretty clever guys down at the Post Office wouldn’t you say?

Want to have some fun Peter? Here is one thing we all used to laugh about here in Hillsboro.

I would have friends from out of state mail me packages and large letters with this message on the outside. “Dear Postal Employee: Please do not open Mr. Naile’s mail this time. Thank you very much!”

Joe Kelly Levasseur has a lawsuit filed in Federal Court for remedy of this situation but I would say the chances of him winning are damn slim if the US Postal Employees are still diverting political mail, wouldn't you?. They must feel pretty secure about this time honored process.