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  1. Wildwood Crest - To the spouter who thinks our military does not fight for our freedom: Are you kidding? Every time our military goes to battle to render aid to a country that needs help, we are fighting for freedom. If we allowed terrorists to take over other countries and get stronger, it would be the U.S. they'd attack next. We take care of our allies, just like they took care of us in the World Wars.

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    Publication date: 11/5/2014
  2. Court House - To the person who stated that in order to attract more students to MTHS, they need to offer only advanced, honors and AP courses: Please educate yourself on the law! Not only is it unethical to preclude all students from receiving an education, it is also illegal.

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    Publication date: 11/5/2014
  3. Avalon - You really got to hand it to that nurse from Maine who refuses to back down against Christie and Maine's governor, whom she accuses of depriving her of her right to freedom. She tested negative, and feels a quarantine is only politically motivated, and not medically necessary.

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  4. Cape May - Don't people read that Jersey roads and, especially bridges, are old, deteriorating and structurally unsafe, and yet no one comes up with a way to pay to fix them? What are some suggestions, since doing nothing is not an option? Gas is the lowest in years, and a small increase is not going to bankrupt anybody.

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  5. West Wildwood - Am I the only reader confused in seeing all those people who voted in favor of sending our taxpayer dollars overseas to other countries, yet, not one person gave any explanation for their vote? With our trillions in debt, job uncertainty, and exhausted medicare and social security, if readers still want us to help other countries, then, go ahead and let them spend their own money.

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  6. Cold Spring. - Interviewed on Fox, Mitch McConnell, the current Senate minority leader who might become majority leader if Republicans win the Senate, said Republicans would need 60 votes to pass any of their bills, and it is unlikely to gain enough seats Nov. 4, to make a difference. So, then, just what is the aim of all the current election coverage?

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    Publication date: 11/5/2014
  7. Ocean City - A Wildwood spouter stated that owing the military our freedom has not been true since World War II ended. That's not correct. While most historians agree that the Eisenhower era "domino theory" was not valid, any historian will tell you that during the Cold War, there came times when hot wars like Korea and Vietnam were inevitable. The same holds true for later actions in the Middle East in the post Cold War era. International relations involve far more than what we see on the 6 o'clock news, and while none of us have ever feared invasion by Bosnia, we had a real reason to be there.

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  8. Erma - A N.Y. college ran an experiment where a young, attractive girl walked down Fifth Avenue, counting the number of cat calls and wolf whistles she got along the street, coming to three for every block. Who is to blame for such harassing behavior in the way we socially condition males; is it parents and teachers, or TV and movies?

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  9. North Wildwood - I agree there are parking traps in the city. These need to be marked with the yellow paint to indicate specific distance from a stop sign. One location, 1st and New Jersey aves., there are no markings to indicate the appropriate distance from the stop sign. It appears selective enforcement on the part of the police department is the rule of thumb at this location.

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  10. Avalon / North Wildwood - In response to the Avalon spouters regarding a boutique hotel on a residential street: I currently live on a nice, quiet beach block in North Wildwood and have done so for many years. If a new establishment were to raise residential properties on my street, and if someone were to put up a commercial business with liquor, I would be upset too. This is why we have zoning laws in town. The property owners should complain loud to the zoning board, mayor and council.

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    Publication date: 11/5/2014

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