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Sen. Forrester got my vote on Tues.; please give her yours in Nov.

To The Daily Sun,
I have found state Sen. Jeanie Forrester to be very open and responsive to all questions and the concerns of her constituents, and never hesitant to express her views. I like her approach and the way she has represented Senate District 2 and would be very happy to see her re-elected in November.

She got my vote please give her yours.

Bill Whalen
Sanbornton

Last Updated on Tuesday, 09 September 2014 11:00

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Shaheen & Shea Porter refuse to release corresondence with IRS

To The Daily Sun,

At the behest of liberal career politicians like Sen. Jeanne Shaheen and Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter, Lois Lerner and the IRS deliberately targeted conservative groups. However, now that they have been caught red-handed, in our nation's Capital, the IRS is stalling and destroying information.

In New Hampshire, Sen. Shaheen and Congresswoman Shea-Porter, who are hiding behind their exemption to FOIA requests, have ignored multiple pleas from Citizens for a Strong New Hampshire to release all correspondence between their offices and the IRS.

Transparency is paramount in a well-functioning republic. Sadly though, for the same reason Shaheen and Shea-Porter will not hold town hall meetings with their constituents, they refuse to release their correspondence with the IRS. That's wrong, and New Hampshire deserves better.

William Anderson
Laconia

Last Updated on Tuesday, 09 September 2014 10:53

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There's dog poop everywhere; can't Bristol do anything about it?

To The Daily Sun,

I presented an e-mail to Bristol selectmen proposing to keep Bristol healthy and presentable by posting signs around town about the dog waste on the streets and people's lawns.

I was told that if I wanted the signs, that I had to contact a certain person and perhaps even may have to present a petition for the people to sign. I am 74 years old, and cannot go around town gathering people's names.

What is wrong with these people? Don't they care that dog feces transmit disease, and contaminate drinking water?

Walk along Spring Street or downtown and see all the dog poop here and there. Some of it was on the sidewalk, where people walk, or lawns. At one place, it was actually was right where people stepped as they walked off the path to the sidewalk.

A lady from out of town told me that she went to the bank and as she stepped off the step of the bank, she stepped right into the poop on the walk.

I told them that if this was all right, could I pick up the poop and put it on their lawns? Why not, if it's not a problem? I can't believe my town is that ignorant and unsanitary.

I have not heard from any of the selectmen so, I am asking you to send e-mails in regards to this matter to keep Bristol clean and healthy.

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Jeanne Duchesneau

Bristol

Last Updated on Tuesday, 09 September 2014 10:49

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If Mitt Romney says one thing, you'd better believe the opposite

To The Daily Sun,

To Mr. Earle,: Okay I get it, you refuse to accept the fact that your hero George W. Bush lied to get us into war in Iraq. So we will have to agree to disagree on this; I know, you hate doing that, but this foolishness has got to stop. Now you can obviously do what ever you want, but maybe you too can take some time off from this. Maybe go hunting polar bears in the Arctic, I hear it's lovely there this time of year. Or you could go looking for WMD in Iraq, if you do this, please let me know what you find.

Not to worry Mr. Earle, if we liberals voted for President Obama because he is an African-American, then I think I figured out why you voted for Romney. I noticed during his campaign that Mr. Romney could not part his lips without lies spewing out from between them (unless he was in a room full of rich guys, of course.)

First we have all his classmates in his prep school telling the story of Mr. Romney feloniously attacking a classmate who was "different." Mr. Romney claims he "doesn't remember" doing it. Right, doesn't sound like something you could forget doing. Then there was the story of Mr. Romney single-handedly saving the Salt Lake City Olympics. His campaign touted this story as his single-handed accomplishment, and how he could save the country, too. The reality is that he did so with the help of several millions of our tax dollars. I'm willing to bet I know people who could have done a much better job than Mr. Romney, with even fewer of our tax dollars.

But by far my favorite lie from Mr. Romney is the story I saw him tell about a factory in China. While in China to send even more jobs to that country, and profit from it to boot, he toured a facility there. Supposedly he asked about the tall chain-link fence with razor wire ringing the top of it, and was told it was to keep people from swarming in to work there. Right. I'd love to ask Mr. Romney if he saw anyone trying to climb that fence, from the outside. Again, not to worry.

I saw Mr. Romney on "Meet The Press" several weeks ago. He was asked if he would make another presidential run in 2016. He cackled nervously, and through a grimacing grin he said he would not be running. So we can look forward to another Mitt Romney run in a couple years.

Marty Valengavich

Belmont

Last Updated on Tuesday, 09 September 2014 10:45

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Ban fully-automatic weapons for use by anyone but military & police

To The Daily Sun,

Re: The AP story on August 28 of the accidental shooting of a gun range instructor in Arizona by a 9-year-old. 

According to the article, the experienced instructor had neither a hand on the girl nor a hand on the barrel of the fully automatic UZI. 

In the 2008 Massachusetts tragedy, a 15-year old attendant had a hand on the 8-year-old boy and the other hand on the barrel of the fully-automatic weapon. 

Results: In Arizona, a dead middle-age instructor; in Massachusetts, a dead 8 year-old shooter. 

Cause: Recoil forcing the muzzle upward, coupled with the children's hands still engaging the triggers. 

Solution: Ban fully-automatic weapons' possession and use by anyone other than military and law-enforcement. No one else needs them for any reason. 

Caution: The Massachusetts tragedy was at a demonstration put on by, I believe, a police chief. 

Bill Carberry

Plymouth

Last Updated on Tuesday, 09 September 2014 10:42

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