Robert Kruszyna

To the editor: You know, this Iraq mess has some provocative historical parallels. In particular, I am thinking of the American Revolution. In the present case, however, we are the British, with our state-of-the-art military. And the Iraqi resisters are us, the Concord Minutemen firing from behind trees and stone walls, to the consternation of the most powerful army in the world. We even have our own King George! We didn't "win" our revolution so much as we wore the ...

Arlene Frizzell

To the editor: I'd like to made some comments about an article in your paper you got from Jacksonville, Fla. (AP) in Monday's paper. Griswold said that the Bible does not condemn same sex relationships. If he would read in the Bible in Teniticus Chapter 18 Verse 22 it says: "Thou shall not lie with a man as with a woman, it is abomination." In the Bible in Genesis Chapter One Verse 27: "So God created man in his image, in the image of God created him male and ...

Norman Charest

To the editor: Since George Bush came into office, we've lost 3 million jobs in this country and 20,000 good manufacturing jobs in New Hampshire alone. Two Americans have lost their job every minute George Bush has been president! Meanwhile, his big oil cronies and big business pals are getting tax breads and obscene salaries and bonuses. This is wrong. Las week at UNH John Kerry proposed a comprehensive and bold economic plan will put people back to work and strengthen the ...

Corbetta Lebel

To the editor: I feel that it is time for my opinion on the “rats with wings" issue. It has bothered me for some time now. Birds are natural scavengers, and, in the link of the chain of life, they pick up the refuse that the worst scavengers leave behind. First and foremost, I must say that seagulls, the messiest of the bunch, with Pterodactyl like droppings, are protected. They are the lucky ones. Pigeons have saved the lives of soldiers by carrying messages across the vast ...

John F. Henne

To the editor: I read with sadness the letter from Sheila Ross in today's "Sun". Ms. Ross clearly sees only one side of the equation of tax and spend. Perhaps she is well off and doesn't need any of the services of the state. For her sake I hope so. She puts quotation marks around "needed" to illustrate that she really doesn't believe these things are needed. But for many there is a very real and painful cost to the Governor's proposed budget ...