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Tuesday, December 19, 2006

Kucinich Needs a Real Challenge

Posted By on Tue, Dec 19, 2006 at 3:38 PM

Can't someone please take down the creepy elf?
Brent Larkin has to be kidding! The potential opponents to Kucinich have supported the guy for the past 10 years. They are all in bed together and the voters would just get more of the same old -- same old nothing. Not one of the three "potentials" has accomplished anything of significant economic development for this town. Mayor Zannotti bilked residents (many of them seniors citizens) of Parma Heights out of $60 million dollars and his Cornerstone project has been one huge vacant eyesore at Pearl & 130th for five years now! Mayor DiPiero put in huge stone name tags at the entrance of the city so we could see his name, then he gave the go ahead to build a Rite Aid across from Walgreens to create more jobs for the working poor - with no benefits, no health insurance and no pensions. That's not leadership - that's cronyism! Jim Rokakis is a nice guy who's been the treasurer, but he hasn't created or saved a job in all the years he's been in elected office. Someone please, please, please convince Barbara Anne Ferris to run again for Congress ...she's got a track record that has delivered... and The Plain Dealer even said so. Vel Rice Strongsville

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