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Fox News and Neil Cavuto actually interview a Democrat at Obama’s Town Hall? NO FUCKING WAY! ‘Cause he’s a lying, virulent conservative teabagger.

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Ed Naile, the fringe, nearly illiterate angry anti-tax New Hampshire conservative radio host and blogger, is a Democrat? Gee, however did Fox end up finding this guy? What a freaky mistake.

Cavuto interviews “registered Democrat” who’s also a conservative activist
August 11, 2009 5:13 pm ET by Oliver Willis

On the August 11th edition of Fox News’ Your World With Neil Cavuto, Cavuto interviewed Edward Naile, who was protesting against the health care reform being discussed by President Obama in a New Hampshire town hall event. Fox’s on-screen text simply identified Naile as a “Registered Democrat” and as a “Small Business Owner”. Cavuto first introduced him as a “registered Democrat” and later described Naile as having “independent” thinking on the health care issue.

What neither Fox nor Cavuto noted was Naile’s history of conservative activism.

In 2004 the Boston Globe identified Naile as the head of the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers, a group that opposed out of state students trying to register to vote in New Hampshire.

In 2000 AP identified Naile as a member of the Coalition, identifying the group as an “advocacy group for limited government and limited taxation”…

On November 1, 2008 Naile wrote:

America needs to take a good four-year look at what the Liberal Left has offered up for President, and most of all, what the main stream media has unflinchingly protected and nourished since the decision to sell this communist standard-bearer of the Democrat Party as material qualified to be President of the United States.


Here are screenshots of his radio show site and the affiliated ‘Liberty Calendar’ site:





ADD: Here IS Brian Butterbaugh’s Teaparty song.

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  1. Ed's Henchman  •  Aug 13, 2009 @2:16 am
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    Wow, nearly illiterate? Is that why lawyers look to Ed for help?
    I’d say your blog post is borderline illiterate, or was written by a 5th grader.

    I’m sure Ed would be willing to show you his voter registration card.

    I can vouch that he’s a Democrat… just not a moonbat. And he’s never worked with FW or DA.

  2. toma  •  Aug 13, 2009 @6:44 am
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    I can go register as a Republican tomorrow, but that has no bearing as to whether I actually am a Republican. I am not in the least. Thus, your argument is for shit.

    Fox’s and Ed’s convenient use of each other is made clear by their chyron, by his insistence in telling Cavuto that he’s actually a Democrat, and by his having to eventually cop to being ‘pretty independently-minded.’ Cough. I’d say Ed is more obviously a media crank who feels the need to lie to gain an advantage, and now everybody knows it.

    Because, unless Ed has an undiagnosed case of multiple personality disorder, this is actually Ed:

    “I think I have this Tea Party thing all figured out.

    Liberal Democrats, you know the type, communists, socialists, communitarians, progressives, and all manner of moonbats, want socialized medicine in this country as a means to control the lives of people they consider lesser beings. Government run healthcare is the human equivalent of raising free range chickens – no real pens needed and the end result is the same, the chickens get the knife.”

    That’s Republican Teabagging, ‘EH’, and even you know it. Anybody who clinks the links will agree.

  3. Ed's Henchman  •  Aug 13, 2009 @9:53 pm
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    If only everyone could be as ‘illiterate’ as this brilliant man who wins case after case pro se, several arrests are impending as we speak in one town thanks to him (as you noted about in the Globe article).

    Our DP Chair is an illiterate joker queen (are you writing for him?) that loves to claim Ed is ‘astroturfed’ but that’s pretty funny because if we were, we would not have to have a regular job as Ed has.

    Besides, as someone who is in Ed’s org as a director, I know where all the (little) money we get comes from, and it’s 100% grassroots driven. No one in our org gets paid.

    Here is your true astroturf: Free shirts, signs, lunches and $15/hour and bussed in from NY and Mass.

    And a staged question from a little girl that the big back Barack pretended he never met before.

    You people are pathetic liars starting with your #1 DICKtator.

  4. Ed's Henchman  •  Aug 13, 2009 @9:55 pm
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    Oh and by the way, there is no such thing as ‘Republican’ tea partiers.

    Because you see I also run the NH Tea Party Coalition as well as CNHT and there is no GOP involved. It was my eblast that got 2,500 people out to protest that fake dog and pony show in Portsmouth on Tuesday.

  5. toma  •  Aug 14, 2009 @3:40 am
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    Golly, where to start?

    Ed is so brilliant that people are about to be arrested? Your Democratic Party chair is a homosexual? People who are fed to protests by astroturfing firms don’t need jobs? The President is a lying DICK? There’s not a single Republican in the ‘Tea Party’ movement?

    Got it.

  6. SA  •  Aug 14, 2009 @3:55 am
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    “If only everyone could be as ‘illiterate’ as this brilliant man who wins case after case pro se, several arrests are impending as we speak in one town thanks to him (as you noted about in the Globe article).”

    Ed is getting people arrested? On what charge — conspiracy to vote? This piqued my interest. I was wondering if he was a prosecutor or something based on that, so I read the Globe article. Is Ed trying to jail college students trying to vote?

    From the Globe:

    “Since the presidential election in 2000, New Hampshire’s Republican-controlled Legislature and Republican governor have passed legislation that seeks to crack down on people whose permanent address is elsewhere but who want to vote in the state — such as college students.”

    So this hero of democracy is using partisan legislation (that creates a whole new class of criminals out of thin air) to get college kids put in jail?

    If I’m getting this wrong, could you please clarify just who the “several” lawless moonbats are?

    One more little note:

    “Oh and by the way, there is no such thing as ‘Republican’ tea partiers.”

    I don’t think this is true.

  7. toma  •  Aug 14, 2009 @4:10 am
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    You, too, SA, sound like you are a friend of the “DP chair”, “an illiterate joker queen (are you writing for him?)”

    Give it up, mister. If you’re taking the time to criticize ED, you must be part of a cabal. He, on the other hand, is a self-motivated patriot.

  8. SA  •  Aug 14, 2009 @4:14 am
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    Also from the Globe:

    “The secretary of state’s office has also published a fact sheet warning out-of-state students they could lose scholarships and car or health insurance if they switch their residencies to New Hampshire to vote.”

    That doesn’t seem real pro-democracy.

  9. toma  •  Aug 14, 2009 @4:18 am
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    If they live 3/4 of the year in-state, why wouldn’t they switch their residencies to vote? That’s where they spend their lives. That’s more than anti-democratic, that’s specifically anti-Democratic.

  10. SA  •  Aug 14, 2009 @4:19 am
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    Some of my best friends are chairs.

  11. toma  •  Aug 14, 2009 @4:20 am
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    Chair lover. Typical chaise lounge liberal.

  12. Ed's Henchman  •  Aug 14, 2009 @8:16 pm
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    To you it’s anti-Democratic, to us is following the law. Capisce?

    Anyway, getting people arrested for crimes they have committed against the people has nothing to do with that old piece…

    Let’s just say you don’t think Ed should be a Democrat and that’s fine, but why you are attacking him on everything else he does is beyond me. Do you even live in NH?
    Are you Ray Buckley? I don’t think so — that guy couldn’t put together a coherent thought.

    Ed’s writings are just too deep for you — I mean our retarded DP Chair can’t still figure out what Ed does, despite the years of success and the website, et al.

    Anyone who can read on a 5th grade level can figure out ‘what Ed does’.

    Sheesh.

  13. Ed's Henchman  •  Sep 9, 2009 @1:36 pm
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    I’m not sure why you posted some calendar from NH? What is that supposed to prove?

    You people are flailing in the wind and it’s fun to watch.

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