Friday, November 28, 2014

Uplift our district

7/28/2014

There at least three types of people with whom we must interface with in some way during our lifetime: those who do nothing at all; those who drag others down to make themselves appear better; and those who elevate the folks around them to succeed as a whole.

I am voting for Blaine Finch who has proven he is truly a public servant who consistently demonstrates by his sincere, skilled and well-informed actions that he is working hard to uplift our district, and all Kansans, to achieve a type of success that benefits all of us and not a small fraction.

There at least three types of people with whom we must interface with in some way during our lifetime: those who do nothing at all; those who drag others down to make themselves appear better; and those who elevate the folks around them to succeed as a whole.

I am voting for Blaine Finch who has proven he is truly a public servant who consistently demonstrates by his sincere, skilled and well-informed actions that he is working hard to uplift our district, and all Kansans, to achieve a type of success that benefits all of us and not a small fraction.

I am frankly disappointed that a fellow Franklin County Republican — a Republican who is in a leadership position that should represent the interests of all Republicans of Franklin County — would resort to engaging into an alliance with narrow-minded outside interests who have no intention of being fair and truthful for the sake of a very unsophisticatedly hidden agenda.

I am further disappointed in the childish rubbish that has been left at my home by political outside bullies in the name of Fluke. I expect to be communicated to by my fellow Republicans with the respect due to a person who maintains some acceptable level of intelligence. To allow outside political bullies to attack Finch without a request to tone down the inaccuracies indicates that our own Franklin County Republican Central Committee might be in a state of deterioration and some day may not be able to provide the type of leadership necessary to offer to the public sound home-grown candidates such as Finch.

Blaine Finch is speaking on his own and voting quite effectively on our behalf. I am convinced he will not need someone to speak for him and inform him on how to vote when he goes to Topeka to conduct the people’s business. It could be time for the leader of the central committee to consider resigning and take up lobbying with his associates.

Tab White,

Ottawa

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