Ed Naile, CNHT

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Wednesday
Mar262014

Lets Play - "Connect The Moonbats"

Have you seen this story yet, the one about the progressive Democrat Iowa State Senator, Bruce Braley, who has to apologize to Republican US Senator Charles Grassley?

The guy has a communications problem – he told the truth about himself and it was caught on tape, linked here:

http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2014/03/25/Iowa-Dem-Senate-Candidate-Caught-Denigrating-Chuck-Grassley-as-Farmer-from-Iowa-Without-Law-Degree

First he “slights” Sen. Grassley as a guy who is not a lawyer and who is nothing but a farmer. That is not a bad resume for a person in the US Senate as far as most people are concerned, especially Iowans.

Then the idiot goes on to beg for support in a room full of trial lawyers because he has always opposed tort reform! And he does this in front of a table full of Jack Daniels.

Oh boy!

This arrogant trial lawyer elitist, and Iowa Democrat State Senator Bruce Braley, has several New Hampshire connections – both are transient vote thieves. Are you surprised?

Here we go:

Caitlin Ann Legacki (A Manchester, New Hampshire vote thief)

Communications Director

Office of Congressman Bruce Braley

November 2009November 2010  (1 year 1 month) Washington DC

http://www.linkedin.com/pub/caitlin-legacki/65/545/a20

Caitlin Ann Legacki was the spokesperson for our own Sen. Jeanne Shaheen in 2008 before she took her talents to Iowa to help Braley win a state race. She registered and voted in Manchester, NH in 2008 and her name was still on our statewide “out-of-state voter” database the NH Secretary of State sells for $3,000.00 so it is too expensive for The Coalition of NH Taxpayers to purchase.

 

Come 2012 and we find an inexplicable checkmark next to Caitlin Ann Legacki’s name when she was in Missouri working for US Senator Claire McCaskill. Caitlin is registered to vote in at least three states.

 

Busy girl.

 

And the other Braley/NH connection is the newly minted Iowa Democrat Party mouthpiece, Janice Rottenberg, (A 2012 Nashua NH vote thief.)

 

The NH Attorney General’s Office turns a blind eye to out of state voter fraud committed by Democrats because they have a self-serving interpretation of statutes and the NH Constitution. So CNHT is monitoring the out-of-state vote thieves who quietly make a living getting progressives like trial lawyer Bruce Braley and Jeanne Shaheen elected.

 

Well, the used to do it quietly. Just Google “Caitlin Ann Legacki” sometime and see what comes up. I hope Iowans and opposition researchers do when they look up news about candidates in their state.

 

Tuesday
Mar252014

If You Are From Iowa, Running For Office, Call Me

Good news everybody!

Our old friend, 2012 NH vote thief, Janice Rottenberg, has updated her LinkedIn page and she has a new political gig as the:

Coordinated Campaign Field Director at Iowa Democratic Party.

http://www.linkedin.com/in/janicero

Let us all celebrate her good fortune.

It’s hard keeping track of all the Obama for America vote thieves who were in our state in 2012, many of whom are still registered to vote in NH, but at The Coalition of NH Taxpayers – we try.

As we take a look at Janice Rottenberg’s credentials we notice that she left NH in November 2012 for the Terry McCaullif campaign in Virginia with another NH vote thief, Lisa Behrens, of the United Kingdom:

http://uk.linkedin.com/pub/lisa-behrens/85/7a2/135

They both voted in Virginia in the hot governor’s race they were hired to work on in June of 2013 from the same address.

I would imagine they are both still registered in Virginia as well as NH.

Now, since NH doesn’t keep clean voter lists, Janice Rottenberg can vote in Iowa in 2014 and send an absentee ballot to NH and Virginia as well.

Another NH vote thief with a similar transient campaign history as Rottenberg and Behrens, is our old pal Caitlin Ann Legacki, who somehow had a vote cast in her name in 2012 in NH from the Kalik residence on Steinmentz Rd. in Manchester.

Of course it seems hard for Caitlin Ann Legacki to vote in NH since she was in the US Senator Claire McCaskill campaign office in Mo. that day working for that US Senator.

Before that US Senator Caitlin Ann Legacki worked for US Sen. Kay Hagan in North Carolina and before that Caitlin Ann Legacki worked for our own US Senator Jeanne Shaheen in 2008.

Do you think Legacki will come back to NH to work for Shaheen again?

She is still registered – unless someone took her off the Manchester checklist.

I am not sure about Lisa Behrens, Janice Rottenberg’s travelling buddy. I wonder if she can vote absentee in NH or Virginia from the U.K - since she has moved back there.

Probably.

 

 

Sunday
Mar232014

JUMP-STARTING That Pork Barrel

Jumpin N' Jivin Not Much Job Start’n

Here is a short list of articles from and about NH’s Democrat Representative Carol Shea-Porter chronicling some of the moonbat attempts to “JUMP-START (her favorite description) the American economy.

Notice the results? They are standard with liberal Democrats. Tax and Spend.

Let’s jumpstart the American dream

The celebrated promise of our country has always been that hard work would lead to good jobs, fair pay and a shot at the American dream. For many, though, that …

Friday, March 14, 2014 | By CONGRESSWOMAN CAROL SHEA-PORTER D-N.H.

Carol Shea-Porter: If the Car Won't Start, Maybe Slashing the Tires ...

punsalad.com/cgi-bin/ps?spec=2013/09/01/1378054800‎

Sep 1, 2013 - Carol's current column is titled Time for a Jump Start (hence our clever illustration); As always: I am reproducing her entire column here, lest I be ...

It’s about time for a jump start

Our economy has been slowly but steadily recovering. However, too many people still cannot find work, and most workers are experiencing flat wages, even though corporate profits are at an …

Friday, August 23, 2013 | By CAROL SHEA-PORTER U.S. Representative

Shea-Porter: Yes, the Stimulus Did Work

Sat, November 12, 2011

“I voted for that Stimulus because I wanted to do exactly that—stave off a rerun of the 1930’s. It is time for the political opposition to correct the record and let people know their government did do something good with the people’s money.”

DownWithTyranny!: A Guest Post From Carol Shea Porter (D-NH)

downwithtyranny.blogspot.com/.../guest-post-from-carol-shea-porter-d-...‎

Oct 29, 2011 - The goal was to jumpstart the economy by saving and/or creating jobs and by increasing economic growth. There was money to keep state and ...

President Obama, January 8, 2009:

We start 2009 in the midst of a crisis unlike any we have seen in our lifetime… Nearly two million jobs have now been lost…  Manufacturing has hit a twenty-eight year low. Many businesses cannot borrow or make payroll. Many families cannot pay their bills or their mortgage. Many workers are watching their life savings disappear. And many, many Americans are both anxious and uncertain of what the future will hold.

That is why I have moved quickly to work with my economic team and leaders of both parties on an American Recovery and Reinvestment Plan that will immediately jumpstart job creation and long-term growth.

On February 13, 2009, Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter cast her vote in favor of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.

In May, 2010, the independent, bipartisan Congressional Budget Office reported on the results:

…the $800 billion economic stimulus package “has had a slightly bigger effect on the U.S. economy than was projected when it was passed more than a year ago.”

 “Through the first quarter of 2010, the stimulus boosted employment by an estimated 1.3 million to 2.8 million jobs, about a quarter or half million more than projected. Gross domestic product was 1.7 to 4.1 percentage points higher than it would have been without the stimulus.”

A partial list of funds made possible by the passage of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act and made available to New Hampshire residents follows below:

March 5, 2009: Shea-Porter Announces $13 million in Funding for New Hampshire Public Transportation

March 12, 2009: Shea-Porter Announces Nearly $50,000,000 Grant for Energy Efficiency Programs and Weatherization Fun

March 26, 2009: Shea-Porter Announces $1.6 Million in Grants for Clean Energy Projects

March 31, 2009: Congresswoman Shea-Porter Announces Middle-Class Tax Cut to Take Effect Tomorrow 

April, 2009: Shea-Porter Announces $4.6 Million in Funding for Airport Infrastructure

April 9, 2009: Shea-Porter Announces More Than $320,000 For Emergency Food and Shelter Program

April 13, 2009: Shea-Porter Announces Nearly $10.5 Million for Unemployment Insurance Modernization Incentive Funds

April 14, 2009: Shea-Porter Announces Over $39 Million for Clean Water State Revolving Fund 

April 15, 2009: Shea-Porter Announces Ottati-Goss Site to Receive Clean-Up Funds

May 6, 2009: Shea-Porter Announces that $250 Economic Payments to Go Out to Social Security Recipients Thursday

May 18, 2009: Shea-Porter Announces $127,500 Funding for Rural Community Facilities Projects

May 20, 2009: Shea-Porter Announces More than $2.5 Million in Funding for Portsmouth Passport Facility

June 2, 2009: Shea-Porter Announces More Than $8 Million for Affordable Housing Programs

June 12, 2009: Shea-Porter Announces Nearly $2 Million for UNH

June 13, 2009: $1,776,000 Federal grant stimulus dollars fueling Wildcat Transit

June 17, 2009: Shea-Porter Announces More Than $8 Million to Protect North Conway’s Sewer System

July 2, 2009: Shea-Porter Announces $500,000 for Winnicut River Fish Passage Restoration

July 22, 2009: Shea-Porter Announces $400,000 for Brownfield Sites Clean-Up

July 28, 2009: Shea-Porter Welcomes $5 Million in Grants to Hire and Rehire Local Law Enforcement Officers

July 31, 2009: Shea-Porter Announces More than $550,000 for Dislocated Workers

September 1, 2009: Shea-Porter Announces Over $2 Million in DOJ Grants

September 11, 2009: UNH Crimes Against Children Research Center receives more than $1.8m in grants

September 23, 2009: Shea-Porter Announces More Than $1.6 Million for Londonderry Fire/Rescue

September 24, 2009: Shea-Porter Announces $1.8 Million for the NH Department of Environmental Services

September 30, 2009: Shea-Porter Announces More Than $480,000 to Fight Internet Crimes Against Children

October 6, 2009: UNH center receives $480,000 to fight Internet crimes against children

December 9, 2009: Obama announces $5 million for Dover health center 

January 15, 2010: Shea-Porter Announces $6 Million for Middleton Building Supply

January 16, 2010: $6 million federal loan saves 100 jobs: Will help Middleton firm buy new saw mill

February 12, 2010: Shea-Porter Announces More than $5.4 Million for New Hampshire Department of Health & Human Services

February 12, 2010: UNH nets $2.9m in stimulus money to train health care providers

March 5, 2010: Shea-Porter Announces $715,000 for New Hampshire Transportation Projects

March 30, 2010: Shea-Porter Announces More Than $200,000 for Energy Efficiency in Carroll County

May 27, 2010: Shea-Porter Announces $85,000 in Stimulus Money for Lakes Region Community Services

June 25, 2010: Shea-Porter Announces Nearly $975,000 for NH On-the-Job Training 

Here we are in 2014 awaiting our “JUMP-STARTED” economy and free health insurance.

Carol, if you only had a few trillion more. Think what you could do.

Sunday
Mar232014

Suddenly "DOMICILE" Means Something!

Watch the issue of “domicile” have meaning to Democrats now that they have set their teeth into a possible Republican candidate for Governor.

http://www.nashuatelegraph.com/news/politics/1032084-476/domicile-question-clouds-candidacy.html

Our State Constitution requires a person to live in NH for seven consecutive years to be a legitimate candidate for several offices. That has never bothered the Democrats, especially the former party chair Kathy Sullivan who ran an out of state voter flophouse from her residence for vote thief Geoff Wetrosky. But let any hint of ineligibility taint the candidate for an opposing party and we have a sudden dedication to written words in statutes and the NH Constitution.

Enter one Walter Havenstein, a Republican candidate for NH Governor who is domiciled in NH but has a residence in Maryland.

Havenstien’s family lived continuously in Alton NH for the seven years duration of mandatory inhabitance in a domicile owned by Mr. Havenstein.

I assume he has had a NH driver’s license with that address on it, which was a deciding factor in the losing Democrat domicile case against Sean Mahoney in 2006 when a NH lawyer challenged his run for Congress. The Ballot law Commission said Mahoney was indeed domiciled for the required seven years. Mr. Mahoney had a NH driver’s license continuously since 1989. Do the math.

In this Nashua paper article, the writer quotes Secretary of State Bill Gardner as not taking a stand on this candidate’s eligibility. Frankly, should Bill Gardner be allowed to take any stand on anything any more after standing by for several decades and letting NH become one of the most corrupt states elections are held in?

He has had his chance and blew it long ago.

How about some simple facts to determine domicile in NH?

Mr. Havenstein has a family living here in NH and a home he used as his domicile.

For the seven years in question he was a registered NH voter.

He only voted in NH. And we know this because if he voted in another state the Democrats would have that evidence plastered all over the papers in NH, the same papers that avoid investigating real voter fraud – like the Nashua paper.

Nashua has more illegal voter nests than any other city in NH – except college dorms. They win hands down.

I have not seen Mr. Havenstein’s driver’s license, but again, the Democrats would have had that by now. It is not listed in this “news” item so I assume he has a legit NH driver’s license.

Add in bank accounts, church, social clubs, and any other activity that would tie NH to Mr. Havenstein and you have no issue of domicile which would preclude him from running for office.

Maryland may have a tax issue with Mr. Havenstein. That would be their problem.

When The Coalition of NH Taxpayers runs background checks for domicile on the low life vote thieves we catch stealing a NH vote, we use facts on which to base the domicile of the voter in question.

Since NH’s AG and NH Secretary of State could care less about out of state vote thieves who work for Organizing for America, CNHT makes the determination of who is a low life vote, stealing, scum bag and turn them into the state they are really domiciled in hoping that state will enforce their own laws and help our grass roots effort clean up NH.

Mr. Havenstein is domiciled in NH and has been for a long time as far as I can see.

Someone like Ma. and Washington DC election transient,  Geoff Wetrosky, who voted from Kathy Sullivan’s home illegally in 2005, then again at 1200 Elm St. in 2008 when he was back here working on the Obama campaign, is not a legally domiciled NH voter. But the Nashua paper could care less about him or their own Nashua vote thieves like Paolo Cozzi, Alyssa Tierney, or Sarah Rottenberg. Their interest extends to doing the Democrat Party bidding with “news” like this.

The Ballot Law Commission has, in the past, let Democrats ignore the seven year domicile requirement when their candidates were registered and voted in another state within the seven year domicile requirement.

How come the Nashua paper’s expert political reporter didn’t mention that?

(Here is a hint: The Foy Decision, year: 2000)

 

 

Thursday
Mar202014

I Have A Pledge

Suddenly, NH progressives are all about pledges. That appears to be their newest marching order to prevent Sen. Jeanne Shaheen from getting the pummeling she deserves for being Barack Obama’s vote for ObamaCare – DemocratCare for those who have watched it evolve from HillaryCare.

The Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers has had to listen to smarmy attacks on our Taxpayer Protection Pledge for years. Liberals never liked pledges before the one Shaheen so desperately wants Scott Brown to take. It is called the “People’s Pledge.”

My, my, I would think that a Taxpayer Protection Pledge was the real people’s pledge!

This People’s Pledge is all about “dark money” in politics. That means out of state money in this NH campaign. And it explains the silly anti- big money in politics warrant articles sprinkled around NH last week at Town Meetings

Senator Shaheen likes the out of state money that got her elected, along with the out of state college votes. But let that out of state money help out an opponent and the shrieking begins. No one is to remember the total avoidance of the economy crushing ObamaCare fiasco Shaheen still supports?

Did you notice the Shaheen is willing to oppose outside money but not the “outside of reality” nationalized health care mandate she supports? That would be the one that is evolving daily “outside any over sight” by Congress – the one she belongs to?

I certainly do not remember Jeanne Shaheen opposing all the pro-homosexual marriage money the Democrats gladly spent several years ago. That was almost totally outside money.

Do you think Sen. Jeanne Shaheen has come to realize her slavish devotion to Harry Reid’s “outside NH policies” might be the biggest problem now she has come back inside NH to campaign at the same old colleges where she always campaigns for outside NH votes?

You bet she does or she would not be trying to change the subject from ObamaCare.

Here is simple fact anyone involved with NH politics knows:

NH survives, partially, on outside money we extort from outside NH candidates who come here for our rigged Presidential Primary.

Now Jeanne Shaheen is opposed to our traditional NH way of life?

Time for her to go.