New Hampshire House Democrat Respect & Civility Alert! – an update via interviews

by The Editors

And to a degree, an apology for this late update.  After Steve put up this post concerning the total LACK of Democrat civility by David Miller (D-Rochester):

Today’s Respect and Civility Award goes to David P. Miller D- Rochester.

He’s made it his mission to harass a Republican rep who sits near him because he disagrees with them on the right to carry a concealed weapon. Word has it that he was not at all respectful or civil after she spoke against amending a rule to ban firearms on the House floor and in the gallery. Witnesses report that he was rude and persistent. And it has been reported to me that he intends to harass this Republican Rep every day on this issue.

Well, we interviewed both NH State Rep Laura Jones (R-Strafford District 24) who observed the berating delivered by David Miller, and NH State Rep Jeanine Notter (R-Hillsborough District 21).

Skip’s interview with Laura Jones:

Steve’s interview with Jeanine Notter” on the jump:

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  • C. dog e. doG

    Nice parrot.

  • Guest

    Point was made and should have been made that Representative Miller should not have berated Representative Notter. Berating
    is not acceptable but this interview over makes the point. To play the
    gender, race or age card was not necessary and unacceptable. Shame on
    anyone who drags out the issue. By-partisanship is not demonstrated in this interview whatsoever.

  • QuijoteNH

    Point was made and should have been made that Representative Miller should not have berated Representative Notter. Berating is not acceptable but this interview over makes the point. To play the gender, race or age card was not necessary and is unacceptable. Shame on anyone who drags out the issue. By-partisanship is not demonstrated in this interview whatsoever.

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