Ed Naile, CNHT
Poor, poor, Kelly Ayotte
Pretty Kelly wants to have a love in with her NH constituents, in NH, but runs afoul of the out of state 24/7/365 Obama campaign of - get in their face.
I have a bit of trouble defending Pretty Kelly, the fresh-faced US Senator from the NH Attorney General’s Office.
So some out of state political activists want to hound you like the jackals they are.
But you let activists just like them vote here when you were the figurehead NH Attorney General.
Live with it.
The Manchester paper has a front page article today that is sure to have an impact on the safety of “visitors” to the White Mountains this spring.
Just like liberal politicians can’t bring themselves to say Islamic terrorist, the Manchester paper and some involved in moonbat tourism can not bring themselves to say the word - daredevil.
Tuckerman Ravine is described as deadly but it is no more deadly than my small pond or front yard, if I act like an idiot.
Here is a sample of travel agent-journalism:
"The secret to having a fun, safe time on Mount Washington is being here at the right time, with the right equipment, and having flexible plans," said Chris Joosen, U.S. Forest Service Lead Snow Ranger. "Recognizing the hazards, and asking questions of those who work here, will help people make smart, well-informed decisions."
Every year some “experienced’ hiker, ice climber, or skier gets killed due to their own quest for excitement – politically correct excitement.
Off to Eastern Mountain Sports with a fist full of hundreds and a few months thumbing through some outdoors magazine and the “experienced’ ice climber is ready for an adventure.
But we call them visitors?
Having fun, according to Chris Joosen, on Mt. Washington is equated with dangerous activities easily avoided. No one even mentions ice climbing or skiing near crevasse. It is more like visitors are simply walking around visiting.
So why isn’t “having fun” on a frozen lake by skimming a snow mobile across open water described as an experience for NH “visitors?” Most papers would describe that as dangerous.
Machine sports apparently hold second place to spandex sports.
Tomorrow I will board a plane, later than scheduled, because our Federal Government wants to make a point about their insatiable appetite for money and power, and because they are Muslim ass-kissers.
I will have to take off my scary belt and shoes.
A uniformed pant load will ask me to hold my arms up so they can get a look at me through my jeans with a multi-million dollar machine bought and sold through rigged government contracts.
But let me fly to Chechnya and hold up in a radical Mosque for a few months with phony, wife-beating clerics, come back to Cambridge Ma. and stockpile an armload of guns in my free housing – no problem.
Such is the world progressives have created with their worship of all things anti-American.
Progressivism is a nasty sort of mental disability that is running its course.
Some of the most liberal communities in America are slowly becoming the most dangerous places in which to live thanks to their own foolish feelings and politics.
Obama spent his very soul to get re-elected and came up over 6 million voters short of his first run. Not many people recognize that. Romney actually got more votes than McCain did previously. Millions sat on the sidelines.
There is a good chance that a real conservative candidate can be mustered for the 2016 election.
Most elected officials in Washington are years behind the American people. That defect comes with the turf and permanent DC staff.
What is nice to see is how many supposed “new faces’ of conservativism are climbing aboard the McCain “Let’s do some thing, anything” train and eliminating themselves from consideration.
Until America has to completely rebuild from the ground up or we can re-establish Constitutional government, any effort to protect your small communities and family from liberals is a top priority.
Any time one wants to understand how progressives will act when in control of anything of value, all you need to do is see what they feel is important through their political pronouncements.
Take for example how the moonbat enclave of Cambridge, Ma. became a sanctuary city in 1985.
Policy Order Resolution
IN CITY COUNCIL
May 8, 2006
VICE MAYOR TOOMEY
The City of Cambridge has been enriched and built by generations of immigrants; and
Cambridge has a proud history as a Sanctuary city, as declared by City Council Order Number 4 of April 8, 1985; and
WHEREAS: There are now approximately 12 million undocumented immigrants in the United States who have been systematically denied the opportunity enjoyed by past generations of immigrants to become legal permanent residents or citizens of this country; and
WHEREAS: Over the past two decades, immigration policy has become even more restrictive and punitive and closed off avenues previously available for immigrants to obtain legal permanent residency, while the US-Mexico border has been further militarized; and
WHEREAS: While borders have been closed off to people over the past two decades, they have been simultaneously opened up to trade and capital; and
WHEREAS: These same “free trade” economic policies, have increased poverty and decreased opportunities for people to make a dignified living and support their families; and
WHEREAS: In 2005, record numbers of migrants seeking a means to support their families, with no alternative to migrate safely into the United States, perished in the desert along the US-Mexico border, while countless others lost their lives in the journey; and
WHEREAS: The migration experience has adverse emotional and psychological effects on families, who are kept apart for many years due to unjust immigration policies and backlogs in visa applications; and
WHEREAS: Undocumented immigrants are especially vulnerable to workplace abuses and housing discrimination; and
WHEREAS: Current US immigration policy does not reflect our standards of what is just, humane and moral; and
WHEREAS: Both undocumented and documented immigrants in the U.S. fuel our economy and those of their countries of origin; and
WHEREAS: On December 16, 2005, the House of Representatives passed HR-4437, which would have drastic consequences for nearly all immigrants to this country, their families, their neighbors and those who support them; and
WHEREAS: The US Senate is currently considering a companion bill to HR-4437 that contains many of the same counterproductive, misguided measures, including criminalization of immigrants and those who help them, further militarization of the border, turning police into immigration agents and erosion of cherished legal traditions such as due process; and
WHEREAS: The US Senate is also considering guest worker programs that would create a second-class citizenry without basic rights that would be disenfranchised and would be vulnerable to exploitation by unscrupulous employers; and
WHEREAS: Much of the public discourse surrounding immigration has taken on a tone that ranges from irrational to racist, as seen in the use of language such as “illegal” and “alien” to describe immigrants, which has a dehumanizing effect and helps justify policies that seek to criminalize and exclude immigrants; and
WHEREAS: Raids carried out by the federal government, ranging from the highly publicized nationwide workplace raids on April 17, 2006 that resulted in the arrest of 1,187 employees, to the less widely-known sweeps of homes such as occurred in Massachusetts on March 6, 2006, have instilled fear and panic in immigrant communities and created environments that are ripe for intimidation, harassment and racial profiling; and
WHEREAS: Following the raids in April, the US Homeland Security Secretary announced that it would be intensifying such enforcement measures, an announcement that came in the midst of unprecedented numbers of immigrants demonstrating in defense of their dignity, against HR-4437, and for an opportunity to obtain legal permanent residency; and
WHEREAS: The cities of Maywood, Huntington Park and Coachella, CA have resurrected the spirit of the Sanctuary City movement in recent months and declared themselves Sanctuary Cities, and cities such as San Francisco and Chicago have reaffirmed their commitments as a Sanctuary Cities; now therefore, be it
RESOLVED: That the City of Cambridge reaffirm its commitment as a Sanctuary City, as declared by City Council Order Number 4 of April 8, 1985; and be it further
RESOLVED: That the City of Cambridge endorses the platform of the National Alliance of Latin American and Caribbean Communities’ Keep Our Families Together Campaign:
Legal permanent residency for all undocumented immigrants.
Expedition of family visas.
Visionary program for future migration flows that respects the rights of immigrants as workers and as human beings.
The social, political and economic integration of new immigrants into US society;
and be it further
RESOLVED: That the US Department of Homeland Security and the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement be called upon to issue a moratorium on raids until the US congress comes to an agreement on comprehensive immigration reform so that the debate can be carried out in good faith, rather than against a backdrop of fear, repression and intimidation; and be it further
RESOLVED: That the City of Cambridge affirms the basic human rights and dignity and every human being; and be it further
RESOLVED: That the City of Cambridge rejects the use of the word “illegal” to describe human beings and the use of the word “aliens” to describe immigrants and hereby adopts the language “undocumented” when referring to those who do not have federally recognized resident status and “immigrant” to refer to those who have migrated to the US from another country; and be it further
RESOLVED: That the Cambridge City Council hereby urges the United States Senate to defeat HR 4437 and does hereby urge the President of the United States to veto such legislation if it is in fact approved by the Senate; and be it further
RESOLVED: That the City Clerk be and hereby is requested to forward suitably engrossed copy of this resolution to the Massachusetts Congressional delegation on behalf of the entire City Council.
Ed Naile, Chair
Coalition of NH Taxpayers
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