, Newburyport, MA


November 1, 2013

Finally an alternative to Kezer

To the editor:

To those who took exception to my letter regarding peace protest — if any think that the protest level is the same, they are dreaming. When was the last time there was a protest at City Hall?

Next, I want to address Jack Garvey’s letter. He talks about a CEO ignoring what in his mind are facts. This is like him ignoring Benghazi, Syria, IRS, Fast and Furious and, of course, a health care law that every union and politician pushed for now seeking and getting exemptions from, not to mention the pile of evidence released this week which completely debunks his religion — global warming.

Finally, we in Amesbury finally have an alternative to a mayor for whom no one is too far left. The question is, do you want to let comrade Kezer turn us into Newburyport? The answer for me is no.

Jack Baumman


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