To the editor:
I, Michael Callis, am running for United States representative in the First Congressional district.
I run for office to bring new ideas to the table or, in the case of my running for president, to warn of manipulated intelligence.
People do not remember that far back so I don’t get points for being right.
The idea this time is a wall with Mexico that serves the utilitarian purpose of producing electricity.
It would be a massive dig-ready project for solar companies to bid on for building factories to turn the sand into solar chips and generate electricity for a profit. Not to mention jobs.
The wall is a secondary result that is overcome by directing people to a portal for entry and exit.
This is not a prison wall but an opportunity to advance solar production and technology.
The president can go before Congress and request the money for five postage stamps for mailing proposals to the major solar companies. On second thought, the postage is free for the government.
It would offer the added security of being able to survive an earthquake and still produce electricity.
You might ask if I am qualified to replace our current tainted Congressman Frank Guinta.
When I received a request from the city of Nashua for an emergency repair of a collapsed granite block wall, I responded right away.
The wall collapse left a gaping void under a concrete pad intersected with live gas lines at the base of a five-story tenement building.
I devised a method of repair so that there were no vibrations to cause further damage.
While I was doing this, Frank Guinta was selling insurance in New Jersey.
When I was repairing the Glen Ellis Waterfall trail collapse under emergency contract from the Federal Park Service, Guinta was selling himself into being the mayor of Manchester.
The trail was restored in the mountains while the city bond rating slid under Guinta, causing higher taxes.
When I was restoring the Tip Top House on the summit of Mount Washington under emergency contract for the state of New Hampshire under extreme conditions, Guinta was lying his way into Congress.
Yes, I believe I am qualified to serve the interests of the people of New Hampshire — including you.
Michael “Stonewall” Callis