To The Daily Sun,
If you are not tracking these flyers you won't know they are out there. I am writing this rebuttal because I saw this 5 1/2 inch by 11 inch glossy flyer from the N.H. Democratic Party and Ruth Gulick that made several misleading and false statements about me. It was inaccurate, negative, and undeserved.
Their first false claim: Next to a picture of an attractive young woman who is glaring over at the text, was: "Valerie Fraser and Bill O'Brien's Koch Brother Agenda will turn the clock back on women's rights in New Hampshire." I don't know the Koches, and I don't know their "agenda." I have met Bill O'Brien, but we certainly did not sit down together and plan an agenda, and I don't want to "turn the clock back on women's rights in N.H."
I worked as a registered nurse for over 20 years and as a licensed veterinarian, owned an animal hospital for 11 years. Our current medical system does not easily allow for alternative health care which in general is superior in managing chronic care diseases, is less toxic, and not cost-prohibitive. It should be a priority to require insurance providers to cover all licensed medical providers including homeopathy, naturopathy, acupuncture, midwifery and chiropractic. Women must be allowed to choose whom they want for their care and for the care of their children.
The second false claim was: "House Republicans and their extremist friends want another chance to: "(it listed various bills as examples, none of which I could vote on because I was not a member of the General Court). Just who are these "extremist friends"?
As of this writing I am not a member of the House Republicans and none of my friends meet the definition of "extremists."
So let's compare right-wing extremists to left-wing extremists. According to author David Horowitz "the left have become the richest and most powerful political machine in American history, backed by a near trillion-dollar treasury in America's oldest and largest tax-exempt foundations. Conservatives are out-spent 7 to 1."
I have been endorsed by the N.H. Liberty Alliance and the N.H. Job Creation Alliance. I am for right to work, Second Amendment rights, lower taxes, local school board control, human rights which includes women, reducing health care insurance costs, the Constitution, responsible individual liberty, smaller government and public banking which will help small businesses create jobs and grow our communities.
In my current role as chairman of the New Hampton Board of Selectmen, fiscal responsibility is very important.
Public banking is a solution that I am promoting and I hope you will give me the chance to succeed by voting for me on Nov. 4. Public banking is banking in the public interest and not the private interests. It places taxpayer deposits into public control, for public benefit. In part, our Revolutionary War was fought over the right of public banking. Private banks are the cause of the growing disparity between the rich and the poor and income inequality in the United States is the highest it's been since 1928. Would you choose poverty given a choice? We must stop the continual fleecing of the American people. Asking for another $2 billion is not a solution.
Our goals should be to remove the death grip Wall Street has on our economy, our government and our lives. Vote for Valerie Fraser on Nov. 4, Belknap 1, New Hampton and Center Harbor.
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