I'm calling with regard to all of the people that are taking personal attacks on all the council people in Derry. If they had any brains, they would either a) contact the person that they had a problem with directly, face to face or b) put in a letter to the editor with their name on it. This "waa waa waa here it goes waaaambulance" in the Hotline needs to be stopped.

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I read Mr. Schwartz's letter to the editor in the Oct. 24 issue. As far as blaming the Republicans for the fate of our leading contender at the time for the nomination of the Democrats, Mr. Dean, I thought he screamed his way out of the race instead of being tricked out of the race. And as far as Hillary is concerned, I've made up my mind: anyone but!

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Responding to Elaine Brown's letter published on Oct. 19, I would like to state that if Hillary's health care plan is ever enacted, Elaine may no longer be invisible, but I'm afraid that quality health care may well be.

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It appears that Mr. Neil Wetherbee lives by the words of Ben Franklin that he so aptly quoted in the newspaper: "God helps those who help themselves." Neil certainly helped himself by volunteering on the private roads committee, and then by proposing that his private road become public. Complete with snow removal and blacktopping, courtesy of the Derry taxpayer. Yes, God sure does help those who help themselves, at least in Derry, N.H., He does.

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Is it just me or is anyone else disgusted by the sight of the torn, green awning in the center of town? That awning has sat filthy and tattered for months, if not years. If the property owners cannot afford a new awning, then they should at least remove that unsightly one. Derry has put so much effort and money into revitalizing its downtown area and I think it looks great. The Derry residents take pride in their community. It's just unfortunate that some shop owners clearly do not.

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