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Do you really think modern-day Democrats can run this country

To The Daily Sun,

Well, more bad news for working families here in New Hampshire. Two of our electric providers are raising their prices. Just what struggling families need. I have made this point before and will continue to say it, this is what our liberal Democratic Party has caused. Obama promised to make the cost of fossil fuels soar, and this is the proof. Democrats keep telling us they are looking out for the 99 percent, but everything they do does nothing but make things worse for us.

Higher electricity cost, higher heating costs, higher gas cost, higher this, higher that, nothing has gone down except our buying power of the dollar. On top of all that. their policies have killed jobs, cut full-time jobs with benefits, sent manufacturing overseas, increased unemployment and welfare to record numbers, stagnated wages, then allowed tens or hundreds of thousands of unskilled illegal workers to flood into the country with promises of government benefits, free education, free medical care and free collage tuition, something they don't give to we the citizens' children.

The national debt has topped $18 trillion, or soon will, and they still want to borrow more money for more programs guaranteed to return nothing to the economy. They reject any ideas to cut out-of-control government spending, anything to reduce dependence on foreign oil that doesn't start with windmills and solar panels which most working families can't afford.

They call Wall Street, banks, corporations villains while it is those very enterprises that fund the creation of jobs, enterprise and progress, raising the standard of living for millions and millions of people. Democrats actually believe the U.S. is too big to fail which they also said about Fanny Mae and Freddy Mac until they caused them to crash.

Do you readers really think modern Democrats are capable of running this nation? If so, why have they not shown the ability to do so after six years of failure, foul-ups and scandals that have harmed every working family in the country?

Steve Earle


Last Updated on Friday, 03 October 2014 05:58

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Tom Dawson would be outstanding addition to Laconia delegation

To The Daily Sun,

Tom Dawson has been a pioneer in the development of professional education for the fire service. Dr. Dawson was a founder of the fire protection curriculum at the then New Hampshire Vocational-Technical College in Laconia in the 1970s. He has also served as the New Hampshire State Fire Marshal. His expertise would be invaluable in the New Hampshire House of Representatives, which annually considers many bills pertaining to public safety.

As a member of the House running for re-election, I urge everyone to consider Dr. Dawson who, like me, is running on the Democratic ticket for the House of Representatives from Laconia. Laconia has four at-large members of the House. Naturally, I want everybody to vote for me, but Tom Dawson would be an outstanding addition to the membership.

Rep. David O. Huot


Last Updated on Thursday, 02 October 2014 09:50

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I ask you to support the re-election of Rep. Glenn Cordelli

To The Daily Sun,

Glenn Cordelli has served as our state representative for the past two years. He impressed me with his dedication and he continues to work hard to lead New Hampshire toward a better future. He is opposed to any broad-based tax and is a strong proponent of individual property rights.

I am voting for someone who works hard for my district. His work on the House Education Committee shows that he believes in local control of education and he sponsored four pieces of legislation regarding education in his freshman term including try to protect the confidentiality of students and teachers.
Glenn is a member of the House Business Caucus and hosted a Business Roundtable to promote business start-ups and expansion in the three towns he represents. He co-sponsored legislation advocating a moratorium on industrial wind projects and legislation to exempt intra-state maple syrup from federal regulations.

His hard work as a representative led to his acceptance to the Class of 2014 Emerging Leaders as one of only 20 U.S. legislators chosen.

Glenn has served and represented the resident of Tuftonboro, Sandwich and Moultonborough well. Please join me at the polls, in November, and vote for Republican Glenn Cordelli for State Representative.

Jim Leiterman


Last Updated on Thursday, 02 October 2014 09:42

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This bombing must stop. Our silence endorses war crimes

To The Daily Sun,

What does it take to shake America out of its lethargy? What does it take in real losses to convince our legislators that we will not tolerate more war in the Middle East? When will the law again abide in the halls of Congress and at the president's desk to bring morality and Mosaic law that both Jew and Gentile adhere to, back into the sinew and backbone of every citizen that takes pride in this country?

Bombing targets as we please, without a declaration of war (which only Congress can grant) is illegal. Illegal killing is plainly murder. Look in any dictionary for that definition. There are no extenuating circumstances that alter this conclusion. It is fact. Would law-abiding citizens allow this to happen without violent protest and demonstrations. Yes, they would and have for 12 years. We are, by our silence complicit in multiple war crimes in the Middle East — in several countries. Let's call a spade a spade.

More importantly, we have lost 4,300 men and women in warfare that many now say was a mistake. What is the value of human life in the hands of war-mongers and their salesmen, elected officials we put in office? What is the price of dropping a bomb? Billionaires are created from war profits, and we pay for it.

Our military presence in the Middle East has caused the death of more than a half-million people. We have always claimed national security as an alibi. Yet not one person, not one, in 12 years has perished at the hands of a terrorist from any of the suspected countries. So much for that lie.

If you are of good conscience and believe it is a serious crime to kill people outside of the legality of war, please speak out loud and clear. Inform your senator and your representative this bombing must stop. Bring God's sacred law back to the United States.

Leon R. Albushies


Last Updated on Thursday, 02 October 2014 09:38

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At least Brown support Obama's killing-America agenda

To The Daily Sun,

Yesterday "Liberal Lady" called my radio program, and first thing out of the gate (said), "How can you vote for Scott Brown, he's pro-choice"? The mysterious "Liberal Lady" (as I nick-named her for many years) was once again a useless call to take, wanted to attack the host rather than discuss issues. I hung up on her.

A few years back, it may have been LL, one caller said I can't be pro-life because I believe in capital punishment. Good point. Pro-choice is kill an innocent baby — inside or outside of the womb.

This man killed police officer Danny Faulkner in cold blood as he was checking another vehicle, unaware that the brother of that driver was Mumia Abu-Jamal. That cold-blooded killer, Mumia, deserves death. Faulkner had a wife and two young children. Nitwit liberals like Ed Asner have tried for years to get this evil killer off death row. Why? Has Hollywood gone pro-life?

Obama proclaimed, "I will not punish my daughter with a baby."

I bet that B Hussein would like to set Mumia free. Jeanne Shaheen has been an activist and a politician who has worked hard to protect a woman's right to freely use her "reproductive" system the way she wants to. Don't force me to pay for it.

There will come a time when Brown will disappoint me. But I will remember why I voted for him over Jeanne Shaheen. Every vote she has taken, and will continue taking to protect Obama in his killing-America agenda, I will remember why I voted for Scott Brown. He will do that for my 11 grandchildren. He will be there to stop the killing of America.

Niel Young


Last Updated on Thursday, 02 October 2014 09:31

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