Ed Naile, CNHT

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Feelings, Nothing More Than Feelings

Zoning attracts snobs like some stuff attracts flies – zoning boards especially. And if you want a short update on what is going on in the world of elitist snobs look no farther than Portsmouth, NH and the frightening issue of carports and their resemblance to mobile homes.

Story starts with the usual need of a taxpaying citizen to upgrade their property to accommodate something that is really of no business of anyone else except of course the local zoning board’s elitists.


The taxpaying citizen wants a carport to protect her car and 90 something mother’s health and safety. You would THINK that the issue of a carport would be a no-brainer except thinking has nothing to do with zoning. Here is the clue. Zoning, like planning, is all about FEELING because certain people with hyper intensive control issues have FEELINGS that need to be placated. This is why handbooks, laws, and common sense have no real place in zoning. Zoning is mostly about feelings.

I enter some comments made in a public forum by a 14 year member of the Portsmouth Zoning Board:

“This would be the only free-standing carport within the neighborhood,” Witham said. “ I feel in some way, part of the thing is that we can't change the essential character of the neighborhood. Would this do that? Maybe not. But all of a sudden if we had 20 of these free-standing metal carports scattered in that neighborhood, I think it's a very different feel to the neighborhood. I feel it's almost trailer parkish to me because that's the only place you really see these types of structures.”

Right away the feelings of the board member, David Witham, are the most important feature of the request for a variance – not facts, not precedent, not the ordinance - feelings.

And then you have the person who asked for the variance and now has to accommodate feelings instead of setbacks, noise, vibration, dust, etc:

Crossen-Langelier (applicant) said Witham's comments made her feel “minimized.” (I could point out the need for a “minimized feeling” instead of a “minimum setback” but that would be another bad zoning joke.)

Zoning is a scam that plays out on a rigged stage.

You have zoning proponents promising to enhance the property values of everyone in exchange for submission to various elitists feelings of how they think everyone else should live. And the whole municipality is dragged into the scheme.

My suggestion would be to adopt zoning neighborhood by neighborhood and see where the elitists and normal people settle. I would pay extra to be left alone by snobs and snobs could drive the lower class people out of their neighborhood with carefully crafted ordinances and rulings based on feelings.

That is really what zoning is all about – in the real world. When elitist zoning snobs say they are protecting property values, what they actually mean is they are keeping trailer trash out of their town.

David Witham of the Portsmouth ZBA points that out unwittingly and perfectly.




Don't Miss This Big Democrat Event - Ladies

Former President Clinton will appear with Democrat WOMEN at a Democrat fundraiser on Oct. 16, 2014.

From their ad:

We look forward to seeing you, President Clinton, Senator Shaheen and Governor Hassan on October 16!


--2014 Jefferson Jackson Celebration Team

Oh how soon we forget that the “Democrat War on Women” started in Arkansas motel rooms, private meetings, in limousines, at secret love nests, and in the Oval Office itself when voters elected the Bill “the Rapist, Flasher, Masher,” Clinton.

Imagine Democrats in New Hampshire celebrating a serial abuser who would have Arkansas State Troopers summon unsuspecting young women to his motel room so he could pull his pants down in front of them?

Here we are in 2014 watching NH Democrats honor a pervert who used a young, infatuated, intern as a sex toy in the Oval Office?

Yes that is where the NH Democrat party is right now in New Hampshire celebrating the ability of their man to dodge punishment for attacking women – then getting their votes!

Get over it Democrats. That is where your Democrat Party is when it comes to helping women (good looking women preferred by Bill but he will, as history shows, attack just about anything in a skirt).

And he couldn’t get away with it without Hillary’s help.

Nice candidates.

Have a great time at the dinner.



It's Not Nice To Fib About The Pledge

Just to set the record straight as we tramp towards Election Day. Governor Hassan has not taken “The Pledge”.

If she did I think I would know because “The Pledge” is a program kept in place by The Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers.

Jeanne Shaheen did not take The Pledge and she tried to pass a sales tax when she was Governor.

We have John Lynch’s Pledge on the wall of our office, signed by me and the former Governor.

Governor Craig Benson took The Pledge.  

All any candidate need do is print and sign The Pledge and mail it back or do it on our web site.

As soon as the Governor signs a CNHT Taxpayer Pledge we will post it on our web site and hang it on the wall in the office at #8 North Main St. in Concord for all to see.

I believe it is a banner year for CNHT Pledges during this election, so much for it going away.

Another thing to remember.

Many elected officials who make fun of the CNHT Pledge vote FOR taxes every time they are presented the opportunity.

So what pledge did they take to be so consistent in taxing and spending? Who did they promise that they would vote for taxes every time? And isn’t that a sign of a weak mind and bad behavior from a person who is supposed to represent the people?

And this from the NH Constitution:

[Art.] 38. [Social Virtues Inculcated.] A frequent recurrence to the fundamental principles of the constitution, and a constant adherence to justice, moderation, temperance, industry, frugality, and all the social virtues, are indispensably necessary to preserve the blessings of liberty and good government; the people ought, therefore, to have a particular regard to all those principles in the choice of their officers and representatives, and they have a right to require of their lawgivers and magistrates, an exact and constant observance of them, in the formation and execution of the laws necessary for the good administration of government.


June 2, 1784


What To Do About Voter Fraud

Because this issue is so relevant I will be doing a series of stories about it – that would be the NH Secretary of State’s “interview” with the Manchester paper.


In the “interview,” which asked no relevant questions, Sec. of State Bill Gardner mentions that he himself saw an AmeriCorps team from out of state voting in New Hampshire in 2008.

From the interview:

“In 2012, Gardner filed an affidavit in a case challenging the state’s voter registration form. In it, he told how he witnessed fraud personally in 2008 when he went to vote.
“The people that ran the polling place called me over, and said they had three people who didn’t know whether they could vote, and they wanted me to answer the questions,” he explained in our interview. “So I go over, there were two young men and a young woman, and they were AmeriCorps (volunteers).”

Big deal.

The Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers caught a busload of 1996 AmeriCorps voters voting at a non-existent address on a non-existent road in a closed park in Deerfield. (Thank you Harriet Cady for copies of the original returned envelopes from your town.)

Our 1996, caught in 2000 when CNHT started documenting voter fraud, bus contained 19 low-life scumbag out of state vote thieves who I outed on www.NHInsider.com to the point several emailed and asked me to stop.

The next time the NH Secretary of State catches some out of state vote thieves I suggest he report them the only organization that will do something about it.

Just email what you have to www.CNHT.org or contact me directly.


New tool in North Carolina To Protect Voter Integrity


Thought you might like what Jay DeLancy has done in North Carolina and is working to help other states accomplish. 

Citizen activism. 




A couple who own a house in New Boston told me a little over two years ago that they have lived in their house 20+ years and one of the old owners, the husband of the couple they bought it from and who now lives in England, is still registered and voting out of their house. 


The children of the prior owners who were toddlers when they lived there are now registered and voting out of the New Boston house.  A child of theirs who wasn’t born when they lived there and now appears to be going to college in England is registered to vote out of the New Bston house. Apparently the wife is the only one not registered at that address to vote in New Boston, but they believe she is a British citizen.


All of this was brought to the AG’s attention in a formal complaint.  The formal response was that because the “English” voters live in England and have to use some address in New Hampshire to vote, everything is legal about this arrangement. 

Without tightening our laws, compiling this information across the state may be useful in understanding par of the problem.  Unfortunately, it is not going to solve the problem. 

Bill O’Brien


NB: Both of these entries were received via email and posted by NHInsider