Letters

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Printed letters, Jan. 25, 2011

By Staff

Rep. Scott Tipton’s telephone town meeting last week was non-inclusive. I received my phone call well into the session. It was my impression that robo-calls were made to registered Republicans when not enough people dialed in to ask ...


Printed letters, Jan. 23, 2011

By Staff

I was the lone unaffiliated panel member, business owner, involved in the selection process to evaluate applicants bidding for the concession contract on Tiara Rado and Lincoln Park. I would like to inform all concerned that in the meetings ...


E-mail letters, January 21, 2011

By Staff

Tipton and his constituents should learn health care truth Rep. Scott Tipton’s phone “town meeting” last week was non-inclusive. I received my phone call well into the session. It was my impression that robo-calls were made ...


E-mail letters, January 20, 2011

By Staff

Buescher may not find job that’s not government I’m struck by The Daily Sentinel’s infatuation with Bernie Buescher. Given his record, I’m wondering whether it’s possible for Buescher to obtain employment ...


Printed letters, Jan. 21, 2011

By Staff

I respectfully disagree with The Daily Sentinel editorial headline from Jan. 18, “Repair rather than repeal,” but not necessarily with the article itself. The Obamacare law is so flawed, not only constitutionally, but fiscally and ...


E-mail letters, January 19, 2011

By Staff

City entity could get grill contract by default What a disgrace to read in The Daily Sentinel all of the unfounded accusations made about the existing food and beverage small businesses now being pushed out of business by Parks and Recreation ...


Printed letters, Jan. 20, 2011

By Staff

After reading Rick Wagner’s column titled, “U.S. political rhetoric has often pushed bad taste, not insurrection,” I found myself agreeing with some parts and disagreeing with other parts. I do think that the actions of an ...


Printed letters, Jan. 18, 2011

By Staff

This is in response to a recent letter writer who thinks that in order to save Social Security, payments should be made to only those who really need it. Using the writer’s logic, let’s pretend that instead of forking over ...


E-mail letters, January 18, 2011

By Staff

Save payroll tax cut don’t just spend it I couldn’t disagree more with The Daily Sentinel’s Jan. 16 editorial advising earners to go out and spend the added net pay they will receive from the recent tax cut compromise. The ...


E-mail letters, January 17, 2011

By Staff

Words matter, and so does responsibility In old Tombstone, Wyatt Earp didn’t allow guns in town, according to legend. Cowboys with guns on their hips and booze in their bellies shot up towns indiscriminately.  It was an effort to ...


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