Letter: Vote them out
Holding politicians accountable for the mess we are in should be the motivation for everyone who takes a ballot this fall.
Contrary to some of the partisan letters that have been published over the last few months, things here in New Hampshire and across the country aren’t good. It’s still extremely difficult to find a full-time job that pays well; salaries are lower; our groceries, oil and gas bills are higher; and we’re fed up. We’re fed up with politicians like Sen. Jeanne Shaheen and Reps. Annie Kuster and Carol Shea-Porter, who support and vote for big government policies that hurt the middle class.
There is no doubt that enablers like Shaheen, Kuster, and Shea-Porter, who vote 99 percent of the time for big intrusive government and against the middle class, will run misleading political ads highlighting the 1 percent of the time that they vote for New Hampshire.
We’re fed up seeing our veterans dying while waiting in line for health care because there is no money but see food-stamp money doubling, and people spending it on cigarettes and alcohol.
We’re fed up with policies that encourage illegal aliens to cross our borders and reduce wages. We’re fed up because big government spies on us and agencies like the IRS are being used as a club to punish political opponents.
We’re fed up with all the lies, “lost e-mail files,” “keep your doctor,” “lower your health care cost.” Let’s hold them accountable and vote them out in November.