Mailbag

Silent majority needs to be heard

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To The Editor:
The letter from Mr. Davis that supports Chris Gibson requires a reply. As stated by Mona Lee Sheehan, Chris Gibson voted to repeal a bill that made healthcare more accessible to adults and children in our community. How is that representing our needs? His vote sent a message, a message to the insurance companies that donated to his campaign, that their money bought his vote!


President Reagan broke several laws

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To The Editor:
In my letter last week there was a typing error I made, the Congress was a Republican-controlled Senate and a Democratic-controlled House.  Also the information I quoted was cited:  Domestic policy - Ronald Reagan - election http://www.presidentprofiles.com/Kennedy-Bush/Ronald-Reagan-Domestic-pol....


Would prefer hearing only Marley

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To The Editor:
To quote Ronald Reagan, “There you go again;” for the second week in a row, back-biting propaganda that flouts civility. First Gibson, now Reagan.


Frightening power of water

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To The Editor:


Rep. Gibson did as asked

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To The Editor:
The letter in last week’s Mailbag regarding Representative Chris Gibson cannot go unanswered. The statements are out of context, in some cases untrue, and put together to support a bias outburst to slam Rep. Gibson, while unintentionally being destructive to the very cause allegedly supported, progress in the healthcare field.


Reagan's history not exactly sterling

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To The Editor:
Reagan was popular to be sure but the greatest president, not according to historians.


Reagan's history not exactly sterling

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To The Editor:
Reagan was popular to be sure but the greatest president, not according to historians.


Reagan was a tool; Marley was the man

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Public input vital to Belleayre plans

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Belleayre tickets not free

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To The Editor:
Defending his daughter and son-in-law last week, Ed Dalski accused Belleayre of giving away 16,000 in free tickets and losing $1 million in 2009.  As Belleayre Mountain’s first marketing director, I think it’s really important to explain facts that Mr. Dalski omitted from his letter.


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