Representative Cynthia Chase… A Legislative Nightmare

What exactly does Representative Cynthia Chase mean when she says this:

Why take the time to emphasize the legality issue… right before suggesting a group of people with government authority “make the environment here so unwelcoming” to a separate group of people towards whom she is politically hostile?

From where I sit, she’s openly just signaled her intent to abuse her public office.

Any proposal on the part of Representative Chase to change any public policy should be met head-on at the LOB and later in the NH Supreme Court. I’d say any bill she co-sponsors should be considered equally as toxic.

Who knows who the “we” she is addressing in that particular comment really is. Perhaps there is a plan already afoot to make the lives of the political minority miserable?

Governments within the United States of America aren’t supposed to maliciously target groups of people, Representative Chase. Your proposed future use of your public office is exactly why groups of people (in a free country) get class specifications.

People have a constitutional right in the United States of America to move to another state to democratically take over the government.

PS:

It’s not proper for you to say “our” General Court, so as to indicate it belongs to your “we.” It’s “The” General Court, so as to indicate it belongs to The People.

“The People” includes “anarchists,” libertarians, Republicans, and you.

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  • http://www.FreeKeene.com/ Bradley Jardis

    Apologies to the actual Representative Chase for my having posting this incorrectly as “Representative-elect Chase.”

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  • http://www.facebook.com/cameron.barr.5 Cameron Barr

    Oh snap

  • davidinkeene

    “biggest threat the state faces today” I guess she believes what freeststaers had hoped to be

  • MaineShark

    Why does she emphasize the legality? Because she is honestly upset that Bills of Attainder are prohibited.

    • http://www.FreeKeene.com/ Bradley Jardis

      As an elected Representative, she’s entitled to advocate for all crazy public policies that she wants. That’s her right.

      What she did is completely different.

      Once she signals that she will be advocating policies to restrict freedom with the “rational basis” that it will help her “we” by dissuading the democracy she dislikes, I signal that I’m going to make her famous in the NH Supreme Court.

    • MaineShark

      Actually, I would disagree that she, as an elected official, is entitled to advocate for “crazy” policies. A private citizen is entitled to do so. An elected official has taken an oath to the Constitutions of NH and the US. Bills of Attainder are wholly unconstitutional at both levels.

      While she would still be free to advocate for an Amendment to change that, it’s not really clear that the Clause in question is actually necessary; a Bill of Attainder violates numerous other provisions of both Constitutions. Advocating for it would basically be advocating for the overthrow of this system of government. So, I’d say that her freedom to advocate for such policies, since such advocacy violates her Oath, is actually more restricted than that of a member of the general public.

    • http://www.FreeKeene.com/ Bradley Jardis

      Good points, good sir.

  • hashman53

    There was a time when I viewed New Hampshire like Israel; an island of common sense surrounded by a sea of lunacy. But after liberal vermin turned MA into an economically nonviable place to live they began their infestation of southern NH. If NH wants to save the state they need to dump large quantities of their famous granite onto the northbound lanes of I93.

    • MaineShark

      Actually, the numbers tell a different story. Areas in NH with high percentages of escapees from Mass tend to support smaller government than average areas.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/vidkunl Vidkun Lauritz Jonssøn

    Cynthia Chase is a vile, despicable, pile of dog excrement – no offense to dog excrement. An elected official who advocates for restricting the political freedoms of any American should be barred from holding office, regardless of election results. She is not fit – mentally or morally – to represent a free people.

  • http://www.facebook.com/Dogbreath077 Anthony Nino

    Well now, we can start by restricting the freedoms of politicians that discriminate. She can be the first, and take the lead, and clam up. It will make the State a better place. I am a conservative, I support equal rights, human rights, and the Constitution. Since she is against such conservative principles, she is against equal rights and for human rights endowed by our creator.