Roz McAllister 
Member since Apr 8, 2010

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President, Ohio Family Rights Board Member, American Family Rights Candidate, Ohio House 11th District Tea Party Attendee, Conservative Business Owner Native American Mom, Grandmother, Sister,… More »

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Re: “Taking On the Man

Oh, Shalira Taylor was snubbed! She would have LOVED the mention, if given the opportunity!

Ward 12, under Tony, has gone to the dogs! Drugs, crime, foreclosure problems, and horrible streets! Now, a plan to move out the blue collar workers of Slavic Village. An I forgot! Two high priced housing projects that didn't work. We just lost a good bar/grill because of robberies, and now, his solution? Move in high cost businesses to draw money to the neighborhood. If a bar like Scorcher's is targeted, a new meat market is targeted, do you really think a wine shop will survive?

The Broadway and Fleet road repairs ran overtime, and businesses left. The outcome of the Fleet project left the ability of higher crime and a danger to traffic with the inability to see around the vegetation. 15 phone calls placed by Ms. Taylor, and NO ONE, including Tony's office, knew who would give permission to cut the "jungle". So, we tied them into stalks, with thanks from citizens and police officers. Before the task could be completed, Tony had them cut. Not at the request of many citizens, but as a response to someone DOING SOMETHING!


We need common sense representation in Ward 12. Vote Taylor in Ward 12!

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Posted by Roz McAllister on 10/28/2017 at 7:52 AM

Re: “The Brothel of Bedford: The Prostitution Bust and the Corrupt Officials Who Went Down with It

A couple things you left out o the article. The little brown building seen next to the Walsh Building is the YMCA, a place where there are children daily.

There is a senior apartment building a block away, and Bedford Senior High is just across the street.

SHAME on Bedford Police and Children's Services of Summit and Cuyahoga Counties.

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Posted by Roz McAllister on 01/30/2014 at 7:32 AM

Re: “Annie is Back at the Beck Center, With the Songs You Love (Or Hate)

A true professional reviewer sticks to the performances without the mention of politics. However, if you are going to venture into the political arena, get your facts straight!

The entire review reads like your petty attempt to state your political views. The new management at Scene should reconsider your position!

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Posted by Roz McAllister on 12/25/2013 at 8:37 PM

Re: “WHEN LIBERALS ARE KILLING PEOPLE, THEN WE CAN TALK

Frank,

You never contacted me! Guess you aren't joining me today at the tea party at JCU!

Your loss!

Posted by Roz McAllister on 04/15/2010 at 7:59 AM

Re: “WHEN LIBERALS ARE KILLING PEOPLE, THEN WE CAN TALK

Lightenup,

Excellent writing! I'm just glad it's done in a style that is academic rather than jounalistic or I'd be frightened!

Thank you!

Posted by Roz McAllister on 04/09/2010 at 9:13 PM

Re: “WHEN LIBERALS ARE KILLING PEOPLE, THEN WE CAN TALK

I will NOT be called a "tea-bagger" as that has a sexual meaning that needs not be brought to public!

Me wake up? How are we going to pay for this new health care bill? Taxes will increase or fines will be assessed. Not 50%? Add up your federal, FICA, state, local, and sales taxes. What is your current rate? Now add in the fine for health care and the increase in local taxes to cover the 48% of the bill that the feds don't cover. 50% is NOT out of the question if things continue on the current path.

Right now, I pay $15 per office visit, if I need hospital care, I qualify for a reduced rate (my last visit was for free). I pay $4 for my prescriptions at a number of places. I currently pay less per year for health care than the fine I'd pay for not carrying insurance.

There IS health care available for the working poor and I use it legally. It's cheaper than the fine I will receive from the IRS in a few years. I am not afraid of a boogie man, I'm afraid that when I need health care from this new bill that it won't be there because I'm too old, fat or whatever makes it "not economical". Are you aware that Medicare denies more procedures than any private carrier?

If I don't have money for a trip to the grocery store, I don't come to you and say "Give me $1.00" and than do the same down the street until I can buy my groceries, but that is what the government does. It takes from others to give out. Now, I DO believe in helping those less fortunate, and do so regularly. But I help whom I wish to help, not blindly give. I'm tired of giving the shirt off my back to those who own more shirts than I do! Understand what it means to not be able to afford something? Like a house with a working furnace? Clothes purchased new, not on clearance? Steaks from Heinens instead of hotdogs from Aldi's? Dude, I'm already there! I most likely qualify for at least food stamps, but I choose not to be a continual burden and work hard from what I do have. I want to keep it and share it when I want with whom I want! Does that make me greedy?

Posted by Roz McAllister on 04/08/2010 at 10:50 AM

Re: “COAL VILLAINS FOR PORTMAN

Mr. Lewis,

I did a little looking around on the link you provided.

Mr. Murray has also donated to Democrats!
John Dingell
Arlene Spector
Charles Wilson

Mr. Blankenship has, indeed, contributed to Mr. Portman, but only $1,000. He has given more to others.

Please don't pick and choose how and what you report. You have much more credibility when you report the WHOLE story!

Posted by Roz McAllister on 04/08/2010 at 9:41 AM

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