Ed Naile, CNHT

Hear Ed Naile every Wednesday morning on WLMW 90.7 FM on the Girard at Large radio show or listen to the archives at Voter Fraud Radio

Spending For Spending's Sake

Picked this one up at breakfast the other morning:

Henniker just lost its highway garage and everything in it to an electrical fire caused by a piece of stored equipment. Now they want to replace the whole operation with whatever replacement money they can pry from the hands of the insurance company. See Hopkinton’s fire for how well that goes.

The fire was a total loss, and in municipal spending terms, that is sometimes a good thing as in all of a sudden there is a plan to move the highway garage to a new location. Of course this new location has several expensive drawbacks but does show there was probably a desire to move there before the fire.

Then the pile-on spending at the Henniker Town Meeting last week begins. The bought a brand new fire truck for one half a million dollars which they will put in the rather new one million dollar fire house they built for a volunteer department.

The new truck passed with two votes!

Funny thing is, the truck they are replacing didn’t make it to the big Highway Dept fire. It never left the building.

This reminds me of people who feel bad going shopping to brighten their mood.

Oh well, it is Henniker.




Dover, NH Monday 1 PM, City Hall

Monday morning Dave Scott of Dover and I will be present at a hearing of the Ballot Law Commission in that city. Dave Scott a former State Rep. and Dover City Counselor has gotten 250 signatures on a petition to have certain wards in Dover purged through RSA 654:38.  

The attorney for the City has filed a two page letter asking the Ballot Law Commission to deny the hearing. That makes sense. That is what any normal NH attorney would do who is paid by the citizens of a municipality – try and deny their right to petition for redress.

This all started with Dave Scott mailing some of the Election Day registrants of November 4, 2014 election and having over 70 returned for such things as; no such street, insufficient address, no forwarding address, etc, by the USPS. Apparently the City is perfectly happy with 70 voters it can not document as domiciled residents or reach by mail.

David Scott isn’t happy with that situation and he has decided to use the tools at his disposal.

Back in 2004 Davis Scott did somewhat the same thing and caught a number of people who seem to live in other states. I have that letter he sent to the Secretary of State on our wall in the CNHT office in Concord. Nothing was ever done by the city or the Secretary of State that I know of. And here we are again.

Dave has an e-mail from the SoS office asking that he e-mail everything he will be presenting for evidence to them so the BLC will be prepared. That was about four days ago. Dave got the letter from the Dover attorney yesterday. That seems odd in the usual way.

I have been asked by Dave Scott to help him with the hearing and I assume the attorney will object. The BLC can do what they want. That does not bother me one bit.

Here is a little something they will figure out after their decision, no mater how it goes. This hearing is a no lose deal for CNHT.

Good luck Ballot Law Commission.

Nice try Dover City Attorney.


Will It Never End

The guy who runs Star Bucks (it’s a very expensive coffee shop) wants to have a “conversation” about race.

Go ahead and chat away says I!

There is no need for me or anyone I associate with to enter one of these places and that suits me just fine. These stores are in well lit, hip parts of most communities as well as college towns, financial districts, government enclaves, and in most of Sprawlistan, USA.

If Mr. Hipster Roaster wants to have a conversation about race all he need do is plop a couple shops in minority neighborhoods. They can talk a blue streak then.

Until Star Bucks is ready to proselytize their brand of race chatter on non-Homey turf, I think it is a bunch of pretentious nonsense meant to make the rich white owner and his moonbat troops feel superior.

Here is an idea!





If You Can't Be Tall Be Handsome

No one has taken a photograph of Russia’s Putin since March 5, 2015. This is causing quite a stir in international circles. All kinds of speculation is peppering news reports of a coup, a possible illness, or some kind if self-imposed hiding to let things cool down after his major political opponent turned up dead.

I have a different suspicion. Not that I care that much but it seems so logical.

Take a look at photos of Obama from eight years ago and Hillary from eight years ago and then look at Putin. The guy has not aged a bit, not one bit.

My guess is he might be having a little more “work” done by the plastic surgeon he has obviously been visiting.

How can anyone run a dictatorship with all the problems Putin has, day in and day out, and not have one grey hair or wrinkle?

Go ahead and laugh now.

When Putin shows up with two eye patches on claiming he fell off his bike or was hurt windsurfing I can say I told you so.



Domiciles and Imbeciles

A NH Legislator has come up with a brilliant idea to raise money for the government.

How about this for a new law?

Tax every hotel room in a municipality that adopts this proposed legislation, only occupied ones that is. That new tax to be recorded and sent to the municipality.

The “hotel room” in this new legislation would be defined as in RSA 78-A:3, III.

Under this statute hotels are described in this fashion:

“ The term includes, but is not limited to, inns, motels, tourist homes and cabins, ski dormitories, ski lodges, lodging homes, rooming houses, furnished room houses, boarding houses, private clubs, hostels, cottages, camps, chalets, barracks, dormitories, and apartments.”

Under the old saying, “truth is stranger than fiction,” look who is sponsoring the legislation.


AN ACT relative to the enactment of ordinances by municipalities permitting an assessment on hotel occupancy for the use of municipal services.

SPONSORS: Sen. Fuller Clark, Dist 21

If this bill is adopted I would like to suggest an amendment to the definition of “hotel” in RSA 78-A:III to include “Private rooms in million dollar residences, located in exclusive Historic Districts, of elected officials who let out-of-state- vote thieves stay in their homes to work on campaigns, who then stay on our NH voter rolls for most of a decade.

Since State Senator Martha Fuller Clark knowingly lets out of state vote thieves like Arkansas Attorney, Bryan Gregory Griffith, campaign and vote in NH from her Voter Fraud Motel in Portsmouth, NH could pick up a few bucks from her fat wallet each election cycle.

What is Bryan Gregory Griffith doing these days?


Seems he is still a lawyer.