denounced what he called "campaign posters" for one of his
opponents in the Republican primary for U.S. Senator today.
Alciere referred to posters in state liquor stores and beer stores
throughout New Hampshire, "portraying Ayotte posing with gun-toting
goons in bulletproof vests, trying to intimidate Mr. and Mrs. Twenty
into living a healthy, alcohol-free lifestyle, into giving up their
right to drink; and trying to intimidate the rest of us out of
supplying to them the beverage they want."
Alciere, campaigning on a platform of liberty and
justice for all, opposes underage drinking laws, and says these choices
should be left to individuals and their parents "just like in a free
"These posters will appeal to voters who want a
police state, as Ayotte is certainly their candidate; and to
hypocrites who, for obvious reasons, would rather impose the drinking
age on somebody else than impose tough drunk driving laws on
themselves. They were printed at state expense and are posted in state
liquor stores." Alciere said.