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Fitting that the irreplaceable Bob Longabaugh died on July4

To The Daily Sun,

Bob Longabaugh wrote many letters to the editor and, whether you agreed or disagreed with his liberal ideas, he was always passionate, informed and intelligent. That was as a letter writer. As a person, there are many more adjectives to describe him to include humble, kind, thoughtful, caring and generous to list a few.

The world has lost a good man and it’s entirely fitting that Bob Longabaugh died on Independence Day.

Jane & Peter Ellis

  • Written by Edward Engler
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TEA Party will next meet at Moultonborough Library on July 19

To The Daily Sun,

The Lakes Region TEA Party will meet at 7 p.m. on Wednesday July 19 at the Moultonborough Library. Our speakers will be Representative Marc Abear and Harry Doutt, who leads the ACT! for America group in Hollis/Nashua, N.H.

Marc Abear will provide a short historical talk about the presidential election of 1800 between Thomas Jefferson and John Adams which almost ended up with Arron Burr being elected president! This election tested our constitutional process but was eventually peacefully resolved.

ACT! for America fights for American national security. Its main issues are: preserving the Constitution, confronting terrorism, securing the border, energy independence, and empowering women and protecting children. Harry Doutt will describe the ACT! for America organization, elaborate on how it pursues these issues, and how everyone can do their part to protect our national security.

The Moultonborough Library is located at 4 Holland Street. The public is invited to attend to listen, learn, and respectfully participate in our discussions.

Don Ewing

  • Written by Edward Engler
  • Category: Letters
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