In Connecticut, all marriages are equal

On, “Same-sex marriages don’t produce kids,” (Nov. 16), the author is correct; they don’t “produce” children, because children are not a product.

Delay suggests ethics complaint has merit

My ethics complaint against Councilor Timothy May and a complaint against WPCA Finance Administrator Brian Lynch must have some merits to it.

Democrat licks wounds amidst tea party talk

My thoughts were that if all four left CT and move to the Florida gulf coast, AKA redneck Riviera, they would actually raise the average IQ of both states.

Allowing seal hunts could boost the striped bass catch

The poor stripped bass as well as blue fish and other delicious edible fish have suffered over the years. The Day reported on Oct. 28, “Changes loom for striped bass regulations.”

Instead of a turkey, roast 'tofurky' for Thanksgiving dinner

Next week, President Obama will pardon two turkeys to promote the turkey industry. Every one of us can exercise that same pardon power by choosing a nonviolent Thanksgiving observance.

Marriage letter was wrong in so many ways

The letter titled “Same-sex marriages don’t produce kids,” (Nov. 16), is wrong on so many levels that I’m not sure where to begin.

Same-sex couples do produce families

This is a response to the letter, “Same-sex marriages don’t produce kids,” (Nov. 16). Obviously, Mr. Gorman doesn’t know many gay couples.

Don't let Obama defy the Constitution

President Obama never intended to be a president that represented all the citizens of this Constitutional Republic. His agenda is and always has been to degrade the exceptional nature of what the United States of America represents.

Do the math, pipeline for Montville foolish

I find it rather insulting that Councilman Tim May and others are blatantly banking on the naivety of the Montville voter by claiming that the proposed 6.5 million dollar water line project will spur development and benefit the taxpayer on its way...

Loyalty is lacking among Republicans

Republican must support Republican at election time.

Let the sun go down on unAffordable Care

It astounds me when talking heads opine on the misnamed Affordable Care Act and conclude that the best that can be done is to nibble around the edges and minimize the damage.

Finizio messes up again and Day backs him

Oops! Finizio does it again!\n


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Special treatment unfair, poor policy

The legislature has to be fair as well as compassionate in dealing with Sen. Maynard situation.

Finally, some immigration reform

Republicans are entering a fight that will dim their long-term prospects.

Carter lawsuit absurd, but problematic

Did Terrence Carter receive assurances his selection as superintendent was a lock?


Hewett is set on helping to defeat Finizio

Successful state representatives wants fellow Democrat out of the mayor's chair.

The Obama-Xi deal is a climate pact swindle

China keeps incresing greenhouse gases while U.S. must cut. What a deal!

The moral issues of climate change

We can't leave our grandchildren a tab that can never be paid.