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Why would anyone consider voting for the Queen of Corruption

To The Daily Sun,

This past June-July,"FBI Director James Comey basically delivered a coded message to the American people and the world he said: HILLARY IS GUILTY BEYOND ANY REASONABLE DOUBT, CERTAINLY SHOULD NOT BE PRESIDENT AND SHOULD BE BROUGHT TO JUSTICE.

But AG Lynch and Obama made it clear to Comey, IF HE PRESSED FOR AN INDICTMENT, HE WOULD BE TAKING THE DEMOCRAT NOMINEE FOR PRESIDENT OUT OF THE ELECTION . . . IF HE THEN FAILED TO GET A CONVICTION, HE WOULD BE FACING CHARGES OF TAMPERING WITH AND CHANGING THE OUTCOME OF A FEDERAL ELECTION . . . AND HE WOULD BE FACING THE REST OF HIS LIFE IN PRISON.

Now you know why he presented his case the way he did and why it was so obvious he was reluctant to not press for indictment.

It is beyond me of why anyone would vote for the Queen of Corruption after knowing very well that the U.S. is not a banana republic and the Clintons do not feel that our Constitution and judicial system apply to them. Perhaps Hillarys first executive order will be to change the last words in the pledge to read, "with liberty and justice for some."

If and when Hillary is finally brought to justice for compromising our national security by displaying classified, secret, NATO-secret and top secret information on unsecured servers, perhaps she can ask Martha Stewart for tips on how she can stylize her ankle bracelet to her tasteless pant-suits.

Eric T. Rottenecker
Bristol.

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Jim Gray's views do not represent me; Joe Casey will work for all

To The Daily Sun,

I saw a recent Letter to the Editor by Hunter Taylor about state Senate Candidate James Gray. I take issue with several of the statements about Rep. Gray's record:

"Jim has consistently supported the funding of both our law enforcement and service agencies in their efforts to address our current drug crisis, including enforcement, prevention, treatment and rehabilitation."

Really? Then why has he repeatedly voted against keeping the dedicated funding from alcohol sales to address that same drug crisis? And why do the New Hampshitre Troopers Association, the New England Police Benevolent Association and the Professional Fire Fighters of New Hampshire support Gray's opponent, Joe Casey?

According to Taylor, "(Jim) is not beholden to any special interest group; he will represent all of us."

Really? Then why did he vote with the insurance lobby on SB-532, allowing insurance companies to deny immediate treatment for substance abuse?

And why did Gray vote against a ban on conversion therapy for minors (HB-1661)? Why did he vote against prohibiting discrimination against employees who are victims of domestic violence (SB-390)? Why did he vote in favor of for-profit prisons (HB-443) despite the known connection with wrongful mass incarceration and poor treatment of inmates?

I encourage anyone to look at his record and the positions he is taking. I doubt that I am alone when I say: Jim Gray does not represent me. I trust Joe Casey to truly work for all his constituents.

Betty Ann Abbott
Gilmanton Iron Works

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