Sununu is Resigned, But Won’t Resign

Dear Editor:

Governor Sununu has publicly said: “The state will continue to see COVID case numbers rise and fall for years to come due to the hundreds of thousands of Granite Staters who choose not to get vaccinated.” He’s hit that tone of resignation. He’s a father of at-home children himself, so must see it as a parent does. Life cannot return to normal, much as we wish it and wish it. In Carter’s outlet store at Tanger Mall they sell packets of masks for small faces. Our little children now will grow up wearing masks, because the pandemic will last for years and years. We haven’t managed to have that pull-together culture that cooperates to get a hard job done. Contagion lasting and lasting is what a small group, not getting vaccinated, can choose for the masses.

Lynn Rudmin Chong

Sanbornton, N.H.

Lynn:

Buck up. Yes, it’s true, we are all likely to be unnecessarily saddled into the indefinite future with an all-too-frequently fatal disease, in large part due to the ineptitude of a grotesque ignoramus and his astonishingly large number of gullible followers.

But look on the bright side! Our commitment to meaningless slogans has never been stronger! Think Freedom! Just don’t ask from what. Think Liberty! Just don’t try to define it on your own terms. Think the New Hampshire Advantage! Just don’t ask to whom it accrues.

The Editor

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