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Legislator Disagrees With Former Executive’s Statement

October 27, 2013

To The Reader’s Forum: I read David Dawson’s recent letter in The Post-Journal alleging that as acting county executive in the fall of 1983, he asked the County Legislature to get rid of the County......

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CREDENCE

Oct-29-13 9:07 AM

> 10. Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. > We didn't pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be foughtfor, > protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend > our sunset years telling our children and our children's children what it > was once like in the United States where men were free. -----Ronald Reagan

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CREDENCE

Oct-29-13 9:07 AM

> 9. *Sylvia Thompson is a black conservative writer whose aim is to counter > the liberal spin on issues pertaining to race and culture. *Ms. Thompson is a copy editor by trade currently residing in Tennessee. > She formerly wrote for the Conservative Forum of Silicon Valley California > Newsletter and the online conservative blog ChronWatch, also out of > California. *She grew up in Southeast Texas during the waning years of Jim Crow era > legalized segregation, and she concludes that race relations in America > will never truly improve, nor will we ever elevate our culture, as long as there > are victims to be pandered to and villains to be vilified. America is > better served without victims or villains.* Sylvia Thompson, September 3, 2013,

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CREDENCE

Oct-29-13 9:06 AM

> 8. Until my Caucasian fellow Americans wake up to this reality – that Obama > does what he does because they allow him to – they will continue to be > victimized. The nation will continue to be victimized.

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CREDENCE

Oct-29-13 9:06 AM

> 7. The explanation for that confusion comes from facts that many > conservatives, especially leaders, are not willing to face. Obama's first > election was predicated on a host of lies and media propaganda. Crucial > information about him was covered over and hidden. He won the second time > because four million Republicans (many of them conservatives) stayed home. > Those voters knew that the Libertarian-led Republican leadership des***** > them as values voters and believers in God's role in this country's > successes. They simply reached their wits' end at being used in the same > way that the Democrats use blacks and other minorities. So they stayed > home. And I think they will continue to avoid the establishment > Republicans' choices of feckless, non-conservative, non-fighter candidates.

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CREDENCE

Oct-29-13 9:06 AM

>6. In a similar vein, I have heard conservatives decry the moral and > spiritual decline of our country. They say that it is difficult to see how > we could have degenerated so far in so short a time. One commentator voiced > confusion over how the same nation could have elected a George W. Bush > twice (notwithstanding the flaws in Bush's conservatism) and someone like > Barack Obama twice.

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CREDENCE

Oct-29-13 9:05 AM

>5. I do not think that a majority of Americans support the Obama regime or > the left and its liberal, godless ideology. The leaders of the supposed > opposition to the liberal left, however, are very weak. Those leaders are > running scared from the charge of "racist," and they have, effectively, > left conservative America without oppositional political leadership. That > is not to say that conservatives have no strong, out-spoken supporters of > conservatism, it is just that these spokespeople are not in power. Elitist > Republicans, who are in power, are as much a hindrance to conservatives as > are their liberal foes.

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CREDENCE

Oct-29-13 9:05 AM

> 4. That being the case, if white Americans continue to run scared at the > sound of the term "racist," these two will continue on their paths of > destroying the country. I am convinced that Obama was groomed for politics > by the left for the reason that he could be used as an object of "racism." > (The left, in this instance, being the conglomerate of powerful > progressive, background players who manipulate politics to their benefit.) > These controlling entities must have known that Obama was ill-equipped for > the task of leading a great nation and would eventually be exposed as > ill-equipped. When that eventuality happened, the race card would be the > strategy used to scare off white folks. And so far, the scheme is working.

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CREDENCE

Oct-29-13 9:04 AM

> 3. I focus on these two, because they are the chief law officials in this > country. The power that they wield over American citizens is tremendous. > They set the tone for legality or illegality, and they have chosen the > latter. They set the tone for racial harmony or disharmony, and they have > chosen the latter.

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CREDENCE

Oct-29-13 9:03 AM

> 2. *As* a conservative black American who ignores the concept of > "self-muzzling" (translated "political correctness"), I have been asked > several times why it is that Barack Obama and Eric Holder can do the > unlawful, unjust things that they are doing. People who ask me this are > Caucasian Americans. I reply in all instances that these men are lawless > because white people allow them to be lawless. There are not enough > conservative blacks who oppose the Obama regime to make much of a > difference. In fact, there are not enough blacks in America (if we all > opposed them) to stop these men.

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CREDENCE

Oct-29-13 9:03 AM

> 1. Regardless of anyone's preference for candidates or issues, this article > should be required reading for all Americans of any party. Particularly in > the increasingly ominous happenings around the world, and more evident at > home. Mid-term elections are coming up everywhere. Appeals for money are > flooding in from every candidate or group possible. What will we get as a > result of all that, plus how we react to and respond to it,will determine > if we can save our Constitutional Republic. Is this a real watershed time > in this country !! This forward of an article many Americans would never > see otherwise lays out many things that most Americans haven't wanted to > face. Our choices are often not even choices as long as we persist in > thinking we can fix everything in the next election. We've had many "next > elections" prior to now. *This is why Obama gets away with what he does! *

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Orangeman

Oct-28-13 8:11 AM

Gotta love Joe Trusso, he's still fighting for what is right.

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duckster

Oct-27-13 10:47 PM

dawson was always somewhat of a toadie to the ruling political class... but he was not particularly harmful.. just one of the herd

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SCALLYWAG

Oct-27-13 3:39 PM

Dawson metal owes a ton of money to area vendors. There on COD with most. The question will they be able to hold on. Do they owe money to the IDA

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bobbojr

Oct-27-13 12:01 PM

The truth be told. Dave Dawson should not have started his babble then we wouldn't have had the issue brought up. He did and Joe spoke up, next comment please. What the county can't afford id more politicians lying to us and not getting JOBS here. We need an economy not welfare!

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hacksbgone

Oct-27-13 9:38 AM

Joe Jr., It was a long time ago. Perhaps he said it when you were down at the union hall having a few with your brothers. Go back to sleep. Your blow-hard commentary has not been missed.

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mrinbetween

Oct-27-13 9:08 AM

It matters not who said or didn't say what 23 years ago. What matters now is that the albatross is sold.

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CrooksandLiars

Oct-27-13 1:36 AM

Quote " He does not know, once again, what he is talking about. Joseph Trusso Jr." And Neither do you Mr Truss0, Try listening to the people of Chautauqua County and sell that money pit already.

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