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Here’s the rest of the story on my daughter’s Muslim friend

To The Daily Sun,

The letter I wrote last week, about my daughter's Muslim friend, apparently picked off a few scabs out there. I have since learned the rest of the story. So, here it is.

The young man in question hired an attorney to represent him in court. He argued that if he was convicted of a violent crime, he could face deportation. The Manchester court then dropped the charges and lifted the restraining order.

Two things seem to be upside down to me. The defendant was arbitrarily exempted from the equal justice of the law. At the same time the young lady was denied the equal protection of the justice system. The arresting officer was frustrated enough to suggest that the lady should arm herself. That's when she called me and asked, "Daddy can I have a gun?"

To those writers who are so quick to attack me for relating this true story, I ask, is there no person or no level of decency that you are not willing to sacrifice on your alter of political correctness? You ask if this was any other type of attacker besides a Muslim would it make me feel better about it, you arrogant twit?

What makes me feel better about this incident is the fact that now, our Miss M is a little bit wiser and a whole lot safer after her social experiment than she was before. And that's all I have to say about it.

Alan Moon

Tilton

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Michelle Malkin is sad; health care should be right for all

To The Daily Sun,
Quite sad that Michelle Malkin calls health care for all something that can only happen in the land of make believe. We are a nation that was founded with a value statement and mission "in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity."
The U.S. can send a person to the moon, so it can certainly provide health care for all. Health care is not something for just those who can afford it. It is the right for all people.
Leonard Campbell
Center Harbor

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