Thursday, March 17, 2016

"AIN'T THAT PECULIAR" marvin gaye



Ain't that peculiar
A peculiar ality


Story found in the March 16, 2016 Cleveland Plain Dealer;


Lake County commissioner candidate sues county Republican Party officials over fraudulent emails
By Eric Heisig

PAINESVILLE,- A candidate for the Lake County Board of Commissioners who lost in Tuesday night's primary election filed a lawsuit last week against several county Republican Party officials, saying they defamed her as she ran for office.

Kimberly Laurie,35, of Willoughby says that at least one person set up a fake email address and sent messages using her name, according to the lawsuit filed in Lake County Pleas Court.

The lawsuit names officials Janet Clair, Dale Fellows, Amy Sabath, Jason Wuliger, Sue Betteley, and David Vitaz as defendants. The suit also refers to "John Doe" or "Jane Doe" as the person or people who sent the emails.

Read the rest of the story at Cleveland .com

Now what's this all about?

First I know Jan Clair and I don't see her involved in any of these shenanigans as she has an outstanding reputation. I do know that someone else mentioned  is very computer savvy.

You might expect other candidates using dirty tricks on one another but a county political Party?

When the Tea Party first came into existence the GOP welcomed them with open arms. A votes a vote as they say.
That was fine until the Tea Party wanted to promote certain candidates such as Laurel and Lynch. Look we will pick the candidates you sit over there in the corner and come to the table to vote every two years when we ask you. That  pretty much sums it up.

Oh, the Dem's are just as bad. If that old man that feels the Bern  presently had 1,500 delegates you would see a different Party. They also unrealistically for some reason believe the Black voters won't wander?

Character assassination by a local Party? The shame as if finding out gambling took place in a Casino!

We are seeing a major change in American politics. The information age as well as self-funding and Super Paks are making political Party's pretty much useless. We are a society that no longer listens to precinct chairmen and party leaders.

See the one thing they both might have forgotten or at least didn't realize is that for the most part we are Americans first and Party loyalty a very distant second. When a Republican like Josh Mandel comes up with an idea like Ohio Checkbook it should be embraced by everyone not ignored because the other side thought of it.  I listened to a Republican senator explain the Supreme Court nomination process and mentioned "well what comes around goes around" Tell me how successful was that policy for the Dem's? People simply  want all of you to put the country first and get things done.

We talk about a "Big Tent" who knows maybe in twenty years or so there might be ten official Party's and coalitions  might have to form?

Neither Party should in any way get involved in primary elections . An endorsement is plenty enough.

To those of you who would wish that Governor John Kasich would dropout of the election. Think about this according to Ohio Republican rules by dropping out his 66 delegates would add to Trump's total.
Congratulation's to William Horvath and Joseph Hada Jr. for being elected precinct chairmen



7 Comments:

At March 17, 2016 at 9:35 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

A political ploy or political suicide. Sore loser action from someone who has yet to be elected to office or even received over 50% in any election. People with fine reputations being sued. FRIVOLOUS lawsuit comes to mind.

 
At March 18, 2016 at 8:29 AM , Anonymous TERM>> said...

9:36 Frivolous lawsuit? Silly?
Me I just want to know if there is any truth behind it?

You didn't even denied it happened?
Some one did something she has the paperwork, right?

 
At March 18, 2016 at 9:20 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm a Democrat, who doesn't like Josh Mandell, but supports Ohio Checkbook. I've never been a single issue voter but I can't see myself voting for candidate that doesn't support Ohio Checkbook.

 
At March 18, 2016 at 9:31 AM , Anonymous TERM>> said...

9:20 I would include Lakeland Community College, Lake Metroparks in our desire to join Ohio Checkbook.

 
At March 18, 2016 at 9:59 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

TERM, you have implied one of the defendants is computer literate enough to do this. Are you ready to testify to that? You are putting a cloud over someone's head. Is that what you have intended?

 
At March 18, 2016 at 10:54 AM , Anonymous TERM>> said...

9:59 What's to testify? That I know someone knows their way around a computer? Sorry the lawsuit put the cloud there!
Look you know these people better then I do can you swear under oath that this is below them? And what exactly would that prove?

 
At March 20, 2016 at 4:24 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

9:20/9:31 Include Laketran

















































 

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