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Sunday
Feb032013

Open Letter to Steve Vaillancourt 

Some people, including you, have claimed that I'm “not libertarian” because I called for the censure of a State Representative who stated that she wishes to restrict freedoms in an attempt to target a specific group of people. You called this “witch hunt to deny free speech to a duly elected representative.”You don't specify how a censure denies anyone's free speech. Censure is defined as, to “express severe disapproval of (someone or something), typically in a formal statement.” When a legislative body censures someone, they are formally expressing disapproval of a statement or action of an elected official. There is no removal of that person's freedom of speech, simply a formal statement that the body disapproves of what was said. Impeachment is “a formal document charging a public official with misconduct in office.” Again, nothing about removing free speech in that definition either! [NH RSA's do not define either term, so I am using the definitions from Google]

 

There are now three unanswered questions:

1) Since no action was taken on the petition against Cynthia Chase, am I to believe the official position of the New Hampshire General Court is that “Free Staters” are not welcome in New Hampshire and that laws must be passed that make us leave or not move here to begin with?2) Since the House of Representatives voted overwhelmingly to uphold the ruling of the Speaker of the House that a petition for redress can not be heard absent a legislative sponsor filing said petition during a small window in November and December, am I to believe that the people have no right to have their petitions heard outside of a small window in November & December?

3) How does that decision fit with Part 1 Article 32 of the NH constitution which recognizes the right of the people to “give instructions to their representatives… by way of petition…” AND Part 1 Article 31 states, “The legislature shall assemble for the redress of public grievances…”?

 

[I am sending this open letter to NHInsider.com & Rep. Vaillancourt before making it publicly available on FreeKeene.com]

 

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In Peace, Freedom, Love & Liberty,
Darryl W. Perry

Darryl W. Perry is an activist, author, poet & statesman. Darryl is a regular contributor to The Bulverde StandardThe Canyon Lake Week and The Comal Beacon and writes a monthly article for The Sovereign. He hosts the weekly news podcasts Freedom Minute and Police Accountability Report and hosts the weekly radio show Peace, Love, Liberty Radio on the Liberty Radio Network.
Darryl is a co-founder and co-chair of the NH Liberty Party.
Darryl is the Owner/Managing Editor of Free Press Publications.

Reader Comments (1)

Darryl –
I think freedom seeking people can agree to disagree on this one. Tactically, I find it preferable that moonbats, fawning fantasticos, and seething Nanny butswabs be allowed to bellow, prattle, and prowl under the gilded dome over New Hamster's Capitol. There's no greater rally call than when people feel they are under attack. Surely, Cyndi makes clear her intent – and we can readily infer the intent of her associatepaths such as Granny T and Jimbo Baggins – is to attack those who merely want this overbearing, oppressive, intrusive Nanny Fetish return to its MA-MA Homeland and leave us adults alone to play in our own sandbox.

So I say, let these promoters of state dependency and dominance – and the parasitic relations that inevitably ensue – have the loudest of megaphones so we know exactly what and who we are opposing. Sure is a lot easier than RINO hunting – no lesser of two evils required!
– C. dog seeks grand unifying theory under Lady Liberty's billowy gown
February 3, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterC. dog

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