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Let me explain why I endorse Bob Giuda for state Senate, District 2

To The Daily Sun,

Bob Giuda, Naval Academy graduate, Marine attack pilot and trainer, FBI agent, airline pilot (soon to be retired), served three terms in state House of Representatives (from 2001-2007) on the Ways and Means Committee and served as deputy majority leader in the House. He is a man of character and integrity and a public servant in his hometown of Warren. He has served as selectman, town moderator and school board member.

When asked why he wanted to serve again his response was, "I owe it to my children and grandchildren and community to leave this state and country a better place than I found it." That is not the case now and it is up to all of us to restore integrity and character to our state and federal government and leave our children and grandchildren a better place to live and work.

This is why I endorse Bob Giuda for state Senate, District 2.

John Randlett, Selectman


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This childish & irrational fear of an inanimate object is astounding

To The Daily Sun,

Of all places to be discriminated against, St. Vincent de Paul is the last I would expect.

My family patronizes the thrift store in Laconia weekly, supporting the church and community until today, when my girlfriend and her client who is a 5-year-old disabled boy in a wheelchair were forced to leave by a rude and judgmental staff member for exercising her Second Amendment right and carrying a firearm, which she is highly trained and permitted to carry.

In a town where drug and violent crime arrests occur daily we both carry firearms for the protection of our family and fellow citizens. As a former law enforcement officer, I am glad to see the numbers of legally carrying individuals increasing.

It saddens me that ignorant and judgmental people discriminate against those who would put themselves in harm's way to protect them, the childish and irrational fear of an inanimate object is astounding, but what can you expect when the media is nothing but liberal fear-mongering.

Randy Comeau


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