THE WHISTLE BLOWERS LETTER TO THE EDITOR

 

 

How to Buy a State Senate or State House Seat  in Ohio

 

If you would like to buy a state senate or state house seat in Ohio there is a simple recipe.

 

REPUBLICAN RECIPE:

Give a large sum of money to a friend in a political party.

Tell your friend in the party to develop a negative, misleading and deceptive ad against your opponent.  Try direct mail also.

Run the ad as many times as possible (preferably on TV and cable).  Don't forget to use some direct mail.

Record the cost of the ad as debt on your campaign report.

After the election, don't worry about complaints or the commission.  The commission won't do anything.  If you need evidence, simply fabricate a questionnaire and put it in the form of an affidavit.  Have an attorney for your media friend?  Instruct the attorney to cite a regulation or law that prevents the station from stopping one of three / four ads that you are running for a candidate.

 

The commission will rule that only the person running the ad can be held responsible.  And with a medium quality attorney your friend will be off the hook.  You'll have the state legislative seat and no one will be the wiser. 

 

DO ELECTION RESULTS REPRESENT THE WILL OF THE PEOPLE?

No they do not.  In most cases, the results show who spent the most money.

 

IS THIS CORRUPTION PART OF THE REASON MANY PROFESSIONS WILL NOT TOUCH POLITICS?

Yes.

Is This A Crooked & Corrupt Election Process in Ohio?
We think so.


This committee is of the opinion that the Legalized Corruption in the Election Process has reached the point that results do not represent the true problems in the State of Ohio.  Job Losses   230,000 Jobs Lost During the Last 4 Years
                                                                      Timken Corporation Layoffs
Still our incumbents continued to state that they were championing jobs.  How can anyone in good conscience say that they are "Champions  for Jobs" when hundreds of thousands of jobs have left Ohio?


Lies on top of deception on top of lies to retain a state senate seat in district 24. 


And the exodus of Ohio's continues; both young and old continue to leave.


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12/04