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Author Topic: Your questions for officials - tell me what they are so I can ask 'em on cam  (Read 12090 times)

MikeForLiberty

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Here is a very specific query; I noticed, earlier in the state house session a car in the legislator's parking area, an unfamiliar car with a Ron Paul bumper sticker. Rep. license plates denote their seat in the house and this person is just down a few seats from me. I haven't yet struck up  a conversation with this person because I am perplexed that she votes almost exactly opposite me. Where do you begin a conversation with a statist that has a Ron Paul bumper sticker on her car? She must be a troll master of some sort  :o Maybe there is a good video there if you track her down; Elaine Andrews-Ahern. Oh, and the question: WTF?
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John Edward Mercier

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As long as she votes her constituents' desires, and doesn't make a public mockery of herself, the odds are good that she'll be re-elected.
Each district has its internals.

As for where to start a conversation, introduce yourself.
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John Edward Mercier

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That doesn't tell me whether it supports her constituents' desires.

MikeForLiberty, I believe is Mike Sylvia... One of my representatives.
I didn't vote for him because of the little that I read in local media. I voted in opposition to his opponents.

I aslo don't consider Ron Paul a libertarian, I consider him a constitutionalist... really a circumstancial constitutionalist.

I voted against Harry because he made a public mockery of himself, and against Joe because of that circumstancial constitutional stand.
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Bump.  More questions pleeze!
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More questions please.  Lately I'm especially wondering if you have any questions you'd like me to ask the governor or executive council members.  Especially the council members.
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Here's one for you Dave...

This morning on the radio they were reading off a list of what each state in the country is worst at, these things could be anything from drunk driving to highest crime against women to worst drivers etc.
New Hampshire came in as the state with the worst corporate taxes.

So here's the question... with NH having the highest corporate taxes in the country, what efforts are you (you being the politicians you ask) doing to make sure NH attracts new businesses and corporations to remain relevant in the future?
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Worst corporate taxes; high transportation costs; some of the highest health care and energy costs.

They have a lot to work on. But you wouldn't get real answers from any of them.

Dave,
I'd like to ask the Governor and Council members why some State employees earn more than they do? They are suppose to be the State's Executives, and in very few private situations do employees and middle managers earn more than the executives.
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