THE WEIRS TIMES & THE COCHECO TIMES, Thursday, April 5, 2012
NORTH from 6 headline read, “Were they trading Poland?” In the immediate after-
Seasonal Cottage Resort w/Apartments & Home Route 3 • Weirs Beach • Laconia, New Hampshire Tuesday, April 10th at 11:00 a.m.
210 & 220 Endicott Street: This seasonal resort property consists of twenty (20) seasonal cottages (1 and 2 bedroom units), a 3-unit apartment building and a single family home/office on two tax parcels. The property is in the Commercial Resort zone and totals 3± acres of land with approximately 300± feet of frontage on Endicott Street (Daniel Webster Highway/Route 3). Town water and sewer. Assessed Values: $360,000 and $684,300. Town Reference: Tax Map 156, Lots 252-6 and 252-7.
Inspections: One hour before the auction, if permitted.
Terms: $20,000.00 Deposit by cash or certified check at time and place of sale; closing within 45 days. Subject to all terms of sale.
Directions: From the intersection of Route 11B and Route 3 at Weirs Beach, head north on Route 3 for approximately 0.6 miles to the property on your left.
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3%) of voting age citizens who do not have a pic- ture ID and their right to vote has been guaranteed through a simple voter af- fidavit form. I applaud the Senate for
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A concerned citizen,
Debbie Johnson Campton, NH.
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math, officials in Romania and the Czech Republic -- both of which are slated for ballistic missile defense sites -- wouldn’t comment on the Obama gaffe. But more than one political commentator observed that this is what we should expect from the Obama “reset” with Russia. Unfor tunately, the
Obama reset hasn’ t worked at all -- and Putin didn’t need any privately delivered message from his lackey Dmitry to tell him that. Putin has been playing Obama as Yo-Yo Ma plays the cello. And now, thanks to what hap- pened in Seoul, everyone can hear the music. The indelibly corrupt regime in Moscow has spurned every effort at improving relations with the U.S. and repeatedly used its veto threat in the United Nations Security Council to pre-empt any onerous sanctions against its cli- ents in Iran and Syria.
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Despite repeated entreat-
ies from the White House to endorse Obama’s naive hope for “a world without nuclear weapons,” Putin is proceeding to quietly modernize Russia’s own arsenal -- while we do not. Notably, Putin has spurned an invitation to the May 20-21 NATO sum- mit in Chicago, where bal- listic missile defense is on the agenda. The fallout from the fias-
co in Seoul is undoubtedly good news to the ayatol- lahs in Tehran. Buoyed by the precipitous withdrawal of all U.S. forces from Iraq last November and talk of an early pullout from Afghanistan, Iranian ad- vocates for pressing ahead with their nuclear weap- ons program just gained further evidence that the American president is a paper tiger with a big mouth but no teeth. The day after he bared
his political soul in Seoul, Obama tried to make light of the matter. As he walked into the summit meeting, he clowned for the world press by placing his hand
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over the microphone on the dais and said, “Is the mic on?” They all laughed. But it really isn’t a laugh-
ing matter. Who can imag- ine Ronald Reagan say- ing or doing such things anywhere -- much less at a summit of world leaders -- on or off mic? Can any of us recall Reagan in 1984 talking about “my” elec- tion? He knew it wasn’t his; it was ours. We shouldn’t want a
clown for a president. We ought to have a command- er in chief who knows that his primary job is to pro- tect the American people from harm. We deserve a head of state who will bow before God Almighty and no one else. And we need a chief executive who will tell the truth to our allies, our adversaries and, most importantly, the American people. It would be good to remember all this, par- ticularly these dangerous diplomatic deceits, in No- vember.
Oliver North is the host of
“War Stories” on Fox News Channel, the founder and honorary chairman of Free- dom Alliance, and the author of “American Heroes in Spe- cial Operations.”
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