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Cartels & scum are charging those kids to travel to the U.S.

To The Daily Sun,

Some thoughts on immigrants and disease:

TB, Eboli, Swine Flu, Dengue Fever and the rest of the so-­called diseases these kids are allegedly bringing into the USA. The only problem is that it's not happening.

Ebola doesn't even exist around here, but only in Africa. Most have already been vaccinated against them or the chance of them being transferred are close to nil. Just ask Rep. Ginley (R) of Georgia who is an MD, but still has no clue. It's just more of the fear-mongering by the GOP. But then we have prospective House Rep. Kwasman (R-Ariz.) point at a YMCA bus full of kids. Problem was the kids were really from the YMCA and not illegals. On Wednesday we had a Linda Riley complaining about Obama's bill of 2012. Linda, not for nothing, but all that was in 2012 and is really not pertinent anymore. None of these kids would qualify under that bill.

The only people that are getting rich from all of this are the cartels and scum that are charging those kids money to travel here. Every time somebody shoves some coke up their nose the cartels make more money. This encourages them to sell more product and embolden them to recruit more kids. But you are right, Linda. The president wants and needs more money to take care of all these problems. But it is up to Congress to pass the bills so he will get it. He can't do it by using an executive order can he? That seems to get many people really upset to the point of wanting to either sue him or impeach him.

Best idea is to write both Senators Jeanne Shaheen and Kelly Ayotte.

Jon Hoyt


Last Updated on Friday, 18 July 2014 10:13

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How come you don't want to ban cars? Don't they kill people?

To The Daily Sun,

I have had it up to my eyeballs with do-gooders who want to sink our "right to bear arms" with the excuse "the government should be doing something about school shootings. Are you going to ban knives next because a boy stabbed some of his classmates? How come you don't want to ban cars because, as you said, "they kill people"? Pray tell, what would you do without a car? What would you do without knives in the kitchen? What can you do to protect yourself?

As for the government doing something about the problem, be for real, they can't solve anything without spending billions of tax dollars. Now Obama is going to ask for $2 billion to reign-in illegal immigration. Nothing like shutting the barn door after the cows have escaped.

The government controls your money. Government controls your property. Government controls your life. Do you now want to give them your "God-given rights"?

Theresa Gebhard


Last Updated on Friday, 18 July 2014 10:03

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Congressmen are forbidden entrance to where the illegal kids are

To The Daily Sun,

According to Harry Reid, our "border is secure." And he is the majority leader in the Senate. No wonder we do not have an updated immigration policy. He has no clue what is happening at the border. Sad thing is that the news and radio will play what he says and people listening will believe him.

Honestly, how can he say that when tens of thousands of children/teens are crossing without parents. If they can cross, then why can't extremists that hate our country and our citizens?

A radical Muslim cleric located in Sudan said that there is no difference between military and civilian in their war with infidels. If you do not follow Islam, you are an infidel. No freedom of religion which is our First Amendment right. With no difference between military and civilians then killing citizens is okay.

How do you compromise with people like this? There is no compromise. You are either Muslim or dead.

And our border is so porous that children can get across. So how difficult would it be for terrorists?

Illegals are now being allowed to travel on planes with a "Notice to Appear" document, a document which they get and are supposed to appear at their court hearing to decide if they will be deported. Eighty to 90 percent do not appear. They can board a plane without identification that we citizens are required to have to board a plane.

Now just think. We are supposed to be providing identification and required to be at the airport a couple hours before flights so that our identification can be checked. We take off our shoes and go through machines to see if we are carrying anything that could bring the plane down.

Why? Why do we go through all this, when illegals need no identification and just a document they ignore a majority of time?

The illegal children/teens are being transported to many states without the knowledge of the government of the state.

I feel for the southern border states but they are being sent all over the U.S. Maryland residents just fought the feds to dump the illegals there. That is not far from us.

Are they coming to N.H.? Do you want them here? I do not. I do not want diseases that have been eradicated in the U.S. now around where I go?

Congressman have been forbidden entrance to the locations where the illegal children/teens are. Pictures cannot be taken at these locations. Personnel cannot talk to the public about the illnesses these children/teens are bringing into the country.

Legal immigrants need to undergo an examination and be free of diseases that are according to the law. The list of vaccination requirements is: mumps, measles, rubella, tetanus and diphtheria, meningococcal disease, pneumococcal disease, rotavirus, varicella, influenza, hepatitis A, hepatitis B, pertussis, polio and Haemophilus influenza type B. So tell me, do you think any of the illegals, children, teens or adults have these vaccinations? The law requires this of legal immigrants to protect citizens. Why does the federal government no longer want to protect us?

It seems to me that the illegal aliens have the rights we the citizens use to have?

Linda Riley

Last Updated on Friday, 18 July 2014 09:59

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We could do with a few issues of Daily Sun without hate mail

To The Daily Sun,

Congrats to Bernadette Loesch, who continues to fight the good fight against the gang of right-wing haters.

Earle, Boutin, and Ewing continually spew their tiresome venom and think it will change the world.

They holler Impeach! Traitor! Tyrant! King!

Enough already. Take a deep breath and a healthy dose of Ativan and put away your computer for a few hours. You will feel better and readers can enjoy a few issues of the local papers without your constant hate mail.
Carol Stappi

Last Updated on Friday, 18 July 2014 09:55

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Froma Harrop - Summer rerun

On television, summer reruns are becoming a thing of the past. Noting a jump in demand for fresh entertainment in the hot months, TV execs are responding with original programming.

In Washington, however, suing Obamacare gets played over and over and over again, whatever the heat index. These summer reruns don't get much audience, but that hasn't deterred the House Republicans. This is their latest attempt — they've tried more than 40 times — to wreck the Affordable Care Act. This suit revolves around the president's decision to delay the employer mandate.

That show wasn't so hot the first time around.

The employer mandate requires medium and large employers to provide health coverage to their workers or pay a penalty. It was to go in effect Jan. 1, but the administration extended the deadline to give companies more time to get with the program.

The complaint, as stated by House Speaker John Boehner, is that President Obama changed the health care law without a vote by Congress. Obama was illegally "waiving the employer mandate and the penalties for failing to comply with it."

You've got to give him credit for twisting the plot. It happens that House Republicans last year themselves voted to delay the employer mandate and, by extension, penalties for failing to comply with it.

Call it "Blue Is the New Red" — or should that be the other way around?

And by the way, the mandate is constitutional. The U.S. Supreme Court said so.

You'd think our elected officials would have the decency to not waste legal resources — taxpayer dollars, actually — suing over an action they've supported. Obviously, this is a case not of picking and choosing objections to Obamacare but of hurling lawyers at it with a water cannon. Whatever happened to summer vacations?

As the story of Obamacare develops, the townspeople originally hostile to the health reforms are warming up to the newcomer. Hardly a week goes by without another fear about his getting shot down by reality.
For example, average premium costs are not spiking; they're rising more slowly than before the law. Healthy young people are not refusing to obtain coverage; they're signing up. Meanwhile, the great majority of the newly insured say they are happy with their coverage.

Now it appears that federal spending on health programs is growing more slowly than earlier predicted, and cost savings written into Obamacare are part of the reason. We're talking $1.23 trillion in lower expected spending for the 10 years starting in 2010, the amount supplied by the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office.

So polls show a national audience increasingly content — and given the mud thrown at it, pleasantly surprised — with Obamacare. Republicans won't seriously dismantle the reforms, but that doesn't mean they can't make a show of hammering at the law.

Call it "Bad Breaking."

To be fair and balanced, let it be noted that respectable legal scholars stand on both sides of the debate over the delayed mandate. Some say Obama exceeded his authority. Others say he just did it to implement a program that Congress approved, which is part of his job description. As a similar example, George W. Bush waived a penalty for poor elderly people who missed the deadline for re-enrolling in the new Medicare drug benefit. No one complained then.

The broadcasters and cable channels are hollering for new material because their audiences want it, and audiences feed their bottom line. Members of Congress don't have to care about audience interest, because they get paid anyway, by the public.

Hence the reruns of the Obamacare demolition derby in which Obamacare never really gets hurt, and people don't really watch. Not very entertaining.

(A member of the Providence Journal editorial board, Froma Harrop writes a nationally syndicated column from that city. She has written for such diverse publications as The New York Times, Harper's Bazaar and Institutional Investor.)


Last Updated on Friday, 18 July 2014 09:52

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