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He teaches our young people it's OK to lie as long as cause is good?

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To The Daily Sun,

I read Dr. Maloof's letter in the Saturday edition of The Daily Sun. In it he opined that "the end justifies the means" and indicated that it's just hunky dory for the president to lie and connive if that's what it takes to achieve his goals . . . whether we the people like it or not. He also indicated that it's naive on our part to expect otherwise. Oy vey!

Now, isn't that just hunky dory, too, for one of those erudite, condescending types, who teach our young people, to tell them it's okay to lie or deceive as long as it gets you what you want. That's some lesson plan!

At what point do we finally put "tenure" in the trash bin and start paying on merit . . . just like we do in the non-tenured, productive world?

And please, will someone check the water at Plymouth State.

Bob Meade

Laconia