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Congressman Murphy has done good job

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In 1943, my mother started flying aircraft for the US Army Air Force. For two years she and 1,100 other women worked as civilians ferrying planes across the country and towing air targets for the men to practice shooting at, among other duties, for little pay and no military recognition until 1977 when they were awarded veteran’s status.


Letter about priest made me sick

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I was going to write about Margaretville Hospital that has been sold off piecemeal for years, doctors let go and not being replaced, and we knew what was coming but wouldn’t believe it. But this to me is more important, what I now write about.


Dangerous, anti-American fanatics

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Reading the letters last week from Charles Kowalski and Julie Odato, I had to wonder if there might be some kind of language gap that I’m not understanding.  


Leaves me thinking, HUH?

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After reading “Angry peasants will pound the gates,” in E.O. England’s letter in last week’s issue, my only thought was: Huh?

David Ivins,
Arkville


Make progress for the good of all

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Wonderful day at Cauliflower festivale

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The Margaretville Central School Art Club would like to thank the Central Catskills Chamber of Commerce for a wonderful experience at the 2010 Cauliflower Festival on Saturday, September 25.


Let's move on to exchange of ideas

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As one of the so-called Marxists, I would like to reply to E. O. England’s somewhat disturbing portrayal of the left side of the aisle.  I would suggest that the author spend less time drinking the cool-aid and more time in reality.  


Anti-incumbency is the way to go

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Wouldn’t it be something if all politicians were replaced by regular American business and working people who have: been employed, created jobs, saved money, planned ahead, searched for bargains, multitasked, done without, looked for a job, kept a promise when inconvenient, and helped a neighbor for free.

If the Tea Party can deliver - they have my vote.


A suggestion for Father McDevitt

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This is an open letter to James McDevitt.

I agree with Justice Gary Rosa that your actions probably “deserve a sentence of incarceration.”  As he did, I bow to your victims’ decision not to have their misery and humiliation, at your hands, recounted in open court. 

I have one question for you,  “Are you still a priest?”


Restore trust in government

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