To The Daily Sun,
Well we wake up here on Thursday morning to the news that the Republicans have finally given in to the inevitable and passed the continuing resolution. We're all safe now — at least until Jan. 15th. Lets hope the Republicans are smart enough to use different tactics by then. Now I applaud the passion of Ted Cruze and the Tea Party folks but really guys, you have to be smarter about these things. All you have done is give the left more ammunition to attack conservatives with. As I have been saying, let the ACA pass and when every working family, poor and elderly find out they are being shafted while free rides are being given to free loaders and illegal aliens then let the Marxist socialist extremists now running things try to justify their positions.
I see that L.J. Siden wrote a fantasy novel covering most of a page here in The Sun. Well good for him. I skipped it, it's just more of the same left-wing dribble. You all know how the left is. If you don't agree with them they don't counter any reasonable arguments they just call conservatives names like "racist, redneck, or any other offensive term then complain when we return the favor with things like "moon bat or nutty professor". Thin skinned aren't they?
Love it when they say "Fox News lies" but when challenged can't give even one example of a lie by Fox. Then they say "the Tea Party are all racists" and for proof show a picture of one guy in front of the White House with a rebel flag. Some proof! By those standards we could say everyone on the left are sexual perverts using Anthony Wiener as our proof. I remember L.J. Siden wrote a letter here right after the last election claiming proof that Fox was biased because conservative pundits insisted Romney would win. He skipped the part where the liberal contributors on Fox all claimed Obama would win. So you see just how unfairly L.J. and the others on the left present the "facts".
Most of these Fox haters have never tuned into Fox because they have been told not to by MSNBC, Huffington Post, and the extremest Marxists media on the left. Even here in this paper recently, Nancy Parsons insisted everyone stop watching Fox and start listening to a select list of all leftist media. Talk about brain washing — geeze!
Now as those on the left gloat and we on the right sulk. Remember it is the regular American people who are going to be hurt the most. As an old expression goes, people get the government they deserve, so in spite of the best efforts of the well meaning Tea Party members of Congress, Americas deserves to be hurt for falling for Obama and crews lies and false promises.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 October 2013 10:50
To The Daily Sun,
I've been reading all the letters here for a long time now, and I must say, I'm really appalled at the lengths people go to in making THEIR point: calling people names — there is no reason for this. If you want to disagree with someone, just disagree, and explain your viewpoint; you don't have to belittle them, or subject them to your personal insult. Aren't we above this? Little kids and bullies do this. I thought the majority of you were adults. I'm no prude and I'll call a spade a spade when necessary but this is getting totally out of hand. Just because one disagrees with your view or one doesn't let you know if they are a male or female —SO WHAT.
Be nice people; maybe you'll be treated better too.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 October 2013 10:40
To The Daily Sun,
June Huot, in her Daily Sun letter dated October 22, is right: The Sun is a great venue for expressing one's political thoughts. Huot is also right to suggest that a political arena should be sacred to debating and should not be used for berating or insulting other people sharing different points of view. Huot's reference that newspaper CAPITALIZATION is used as YELLING at times to get attention brings to mind the words of a longtime friend who spoke as follows: "In my many years as chairman of Staten Island's Steamship Authority I have come to believe that people who raise their voice the loudest are usually wrong".
I might add too that this whole subject reminds me of Vice President Joseph Biden in 2012 when he equated Tea Party members as domestic terrorists for their voice seeking "less government" and "lower taxes". Comments like Biden's are worse than CAPITAL LETTERS
Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 October 2013 10:35
To The Daily Sun,
It's very alarming, but not surprising, that Mr. Earle relies on conservative blogs for his information, and the source for unbiased and "open minded" intelligence. Evidently it doesn't require facts because it's a site he "trusts". Apparently he doesn't realize that all objectivity and credibility are lost when your information is dependent on political blogs, whether they be conservative or liberal. Most of these blogs have an explicit or implicit bias and are followed by people that agree with their personal opinions.
In the past I have addressed Earle's "lies and misinformation designed to deceive", but I have, as yet, not "attacked" his "person".
I would agree with Earle that "the truth behind Obama can not be denied by anyone with an open mind" — but the lies certainly can.
Earle apparently has done an extensive check with his "reliable source" in Gilmanton as to my identity — with no results. My suggestion is for Earle to contact his "birther" buddies and launch an extensive investigation; with any luck, they can get Donald Trump as the lead investigator.
L. J. Siden
Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 October 2013 10:29
To The Daily Sun,
My husband and I moved to New Hampshire a few years ago primarily because of its gorgeous scenery. I feel the views of mountains, lakes, and countryside are the state's greatest assets.
Recently, I received a newsletter from State Senator Jeanie Forrester. In the newsletter, she referred to the public hearings that have taken place across the state concerning the Northern Pass. According to Senator Forrester, more residents opposed the project at every hearing than supported it. It's no wonder. The Northern Pass would introduce a scar upon the landscape.
Towers and wires marching down the center of New Hampshire do not present a picturesque view for tourists or locals. I can't imagine any tourist being thrilled with the view. "Oh, honey, look at those beautiful towers. I just love the way those high tension wires sparkle in the sun."
Why is it necessary when the wires can be buried along existing interstates? You don't see ugly wires in big cities. That's because they bury the eyesores. It's done that way all across this country. Why not here?
Doing so would also provide New Hampshire with a steady income from compensation for the use of the state rights-of-way. This would have a lasting positive effect on the state unlike the proposed towers.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 October 2013 03:28