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Fighting for Ormet

August 19, 2013

STATE REP Jack Cera may have said it best, “There's a time to be nice and there's a time to fight for what you believe in....

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oluhjnb

Aug-19-13 4:26 PM

I thought republican governors were Perfect.

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lacrossemom14

Aug-19-13 10:17 PM

Kasich is a job saver. Try the 54,633 his administration has helped save. Nevermind the 160,000 private sector jobs (as sighted by the Dept. of Labor).

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turley

Aug-20-13 1:36 AM

Kasich IS a job saver......Obama, however, is the opposite. It is his policies that have made energy for this plant unaffordable.....the ormet workers who voted for him should be ashamed.

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BushCrimeFamily

Aug-20-13 4:24 AM

When will working people learn to not vote against themselves? Voting GOP is voting for your own death.

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oluhjnb

Aug-20-13 7:02 AM

Kasich will go down in flames with Rick Scott from Florida.

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Thoughtful

Aug-20-13 9:23 AM

Mr. Kasich will easily win reelection.

The real issue here is the high cost of producing and generating electricity. Wonder why !! Take a look in your own back yard at the EPA and Obama Administration. Mr. Cera........................

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Thoughtful

Aug-20-13 9:27 AM

Mr. Kasich will easily win reelection.

The real issue here is the high cost of producing and generating electricity. Wonder why !! Take a look in your own back yard at the EPA and Obama Administration. Mr. Cera........................

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oluhjnb

Aug-20-13 10:57 AM

My power plant started burning natural gas several years ago. The Bureau of Labor Statistics states----2,570 miners in Ohio in 2011. Does everyone have to suffer so these people can keep their obsolete jobs?

To right wing loonies, if it rains it's the Presidents fault. If it doesn't rain it's the Presidents fault.

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fedupwithgovt

Aug-20-13 12:43 PM

Thoughtful hit the nail on the head. Obama is shutting down all the coal fired plants which equals more expensive electricity. I wonder if Cera and Gentile will be ready to fight for the coal industry since their number one boy is the instigator of this countries demise.

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BigMike

Aug-20-13 3:51 PM

When I was asked earlier about the issue of coal…under my plan of a cap and trade system, electricity rates would necessarily skyrocket…even regardless of what I say about whether coal is good or bad, because I’m capping greenhouse gasses, coal power plants, natural gas…you name it…whatever the plants were, whatever the industry was, they would have to retro-fit their operations.

That will cost money…they will pass that money on to the consumers. You can already see what the arguments are going to be during the general election. People will say Obama and Al Gore …these folks...they're going to destroy the economy.

This is going to cost us 8 trillion dollars or whatever their number is.

Barack Obama January, 2008 San Francisco CA

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promo61

Aug-21-13 9:12 AM

First rule of leadership OLUH- Everything is your fault. Having said that, electricity rates were already scheduled to rise over the next several years. Prices are set in advance so municipalities have a chance to adjust their budgets. As much as liberals like to raise the corporate greed banner, how come they aren't going after the gas companies?

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ruzgirl

Aug-21-13 10:09 AM

All the finger pointing and name calling will get us nowhere. We need to silence our anger and frustrations toward the other party and try to figure out a real, common sense solution. Too much valuable time is wasted cutting each other down to size when it is much better spent working together. "Not I or ME but US and WE." Think I saw that on a shirt somewhere in high school... ;-)

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promo61

Aug-21-13 4:22 PM

You must have been a cheerleader! :)

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ruzgirl

Aug-22-13 1:37 PM

No, promo61, I wasn't. I was on the Red Line at BHS for two years, so maybe my teamwork mentality comes from that. I just have a firm belief in working together to achieve a goal. If others had the same belief, we just might be better off as a country...just sayin'...

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promo61

Aug-23-13 12:03 PM

I can appreciate your altruistic nature ruzgirl. The fact is more legislation (or laws by fiat)have been forced on us by liberals (and/or the president) by demonizing their opponents than any other method. It certainly has been proven more effective than governing in this administration.

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turley

Aug-24-13 10:36 AM

Labor unions now represent a nearly insignificant number of private sector workers. They are merely fund raisers and solicitors for the "democratic" party...you know, the guys who tap your phones and emails and fly drones over our heads!

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BushCrimeFamily

Aug-24-13 4:51 PM

The saddest thing about US politics is seeing poor people line up to vote for Republicans to give billionaires a better life.

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turley

Aug-26-13 3:09 PM

BCF....I thought you claimed that poor people do not vote for Republicans???....so now they are lining up to do it?...please keep your babble straight. You sound as foolish as oluh.

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promo61

Aug-26-13 6:52 PM

HAHAHAHAHAHAHA I'm sure there are no liberal billionaires. HAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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oluhjnb

Aug-27-13 10:56 PM

Instead of HAHAHA--grunt oink, oink,oink

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