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Political trust?

April 3, 2014

To the editor: When you are deciding to vote for a political candidate, is trust one of the values you would like to see in a candidate? Unfortunately, most of us don’t, because trust is a value......

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Apr-06-14 9:41 PM

John, I initially thought Clawson’d be reasonable alternative to faux business ethics Radel claimed. He faked the voters of district 19’s pants off and left us red faced and abused.

He’s making the same kind of claims, business ethics and values. Really? He’s being confronted by two of his opponents of terrible things related to his business acumen and how it impacted others. He refuses to answer these charges to the media & they refuse to provide investigative reporting, as they did when candidate Radel was blowing smoke. It’s a contest of “I am not – you are”. Why would you believe him over the others - because WINK talk radio tells you too? They favored Radel.

Corporate money is doing to our political system, not just money spent on campaign adds but profit being made by the media by not doing investigative reporting. If they did, this dueling campaign cannon lying would end quickly and we’d know the truth and they’d stop the gravy train.

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Apr-04-14 7:42 PM

Gee, got only one reply...I feel special!

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Apr-04-14 7:46 AM

John, First, it is IMPLYING, not INFERRING. Second, I read your maniacal ravings earlier, so I have no need for the experience again.

You were defeated for Council for good reason...the same ones that got your buddies, the RAGS, booted from the dais!

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