I am an Ultra-Conservative, Alpha-Male, True Authentic Leader, Type "C" Personality, who is very active in my community; whether it is donating time, clothes or money for Project Concern or going to Common Council meetings and voicing my opinions. As a blogger, I intend to provide a different viewpoint "The way I see it!" on various world, national and local issues with a few helpful tips & tidbits sprinkled in.
At least that is what this email I received from someone tells me.
Here it is (spelling and grammar errors and all):
It is rather obvious at your intentions, are to run for
So that is what a confused misguided reader thinks.
Does the job and work of the Mayor interest me? Yes! I have not hid that whatsoever!
Will I be running in 2010?
Will I support someone else other than McCue?
Might I run for Mayor in 2013? Maybe!
I would like to see as someone already pointed out a fiscally conservative person to run for Mayor in
I have already outlined what the next Mayor of Cudahy needs to be like.
The Obama reference and
I don’t work by intimidation; that is someone else. I am a straight shooter who puts his cards on the table. You know where I stand on issues and I stand by my convections.
Court the title of Mayor. That is one of our biggest problems in
The city is always looking for the next big thing, the silver bullet that’s going to turn things around and that isn’t going to happen.
The KRM train is not going to restore
For our part, we have had to accept that the city has limited resources and that we have to work together to change things ourselves.
Cudahy One is right when they said, “Don't waste your vote next election, vote for 1 of the 2 people running that WILL improve this city, not send it backwards!”
When you govern by fear, you lose all respect of and from those you govern!
We need some that just doesn’t want to play Mayor and pickup their paycheck, but someone that does the work and does just outsource it.
We need to elect politicians that are common sense minded with forward thinking and an eye on the practical, low-cost ideas for revitalization.
We need the right size government we can afford on a budget!
How about low income government for a change!
One of the jobs of our elected officials is to field calls and emails from the constituents regarding many issues.