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Cera,Gentile blame Kasich

October 8, 2013

HANNIBAL - Legislators Lou Gentile and Jack Cera blame Ohio Gov....

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PaulSmathers

Oct-08-13 11:02 AM

They're Democrats, what else would you expect. Like their President, they always need to place blame. Could the truth be that Ormet simply was unable to complete in this Democrat controlled and created economic mess. They should be happy. After all AEP will now be producing less power which will result in less green house gas production. Isn't that the goal of their party?

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Thoughtful

Oct-08-13 12:24 PM

the issue of aluminum production in this country is much more complex than the PUCO ruling, the Kasich administration, or failure to address this local challenge. aluminum production inthe entire US is NOT profitable at the present time and will require much more effort than AEP or the recent ruling.

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turley

Oct-08-13 1:05 PM

Cera and Gentile are a couple of EPA supporting obama finger puppet gasbags....just like Sherrod Brown.....shake your hand in the union hall...knife your back with their vote in D.C.

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BigMike

Oct-08-13 4:51 PM

Perhaps the governor, some sunny Sunday morning should take a drive east on I-70, take a right at Bridgeport and drive south on Ohio 7 to Marietta crossover into West Virginia and return north to Wheeling on WV 2. While he is taking this pleasant trip along the river he could count the number of industries both existing and under construction ask himself why are there so many along the eastern shore and so few along the western shore?

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BigMike

Oct-08-13 5:00 PM

PaulSmathers: "After all AEP will now be producing less power which will result in less green house gas production. Isn't that the goal of their party?"

No their goal is Jobs, Jobs, Jobs!! Of course they could be referring to jobs for their relatives, a time honored tradition in the Ohio Valley.

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buffy99

Oct-08-13 5:07 PM

Yeah, OBUMMERSFRIENDl Gentile is a good one to talk. Gentile another two face politician.

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buffy99

Oct-08-13 5:09 PM

@ TURLEY,, AMEN BROTHER, you hit it on the head.Gentile would make a good indian because he speaks with a FORKED TONGUE..

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Thoughtful

Oct-08-13 5:54 PM

whoever disagrees should research the Aluminum industry in this country. Please, it is a broader issue than what it seems!!!!!!!! we need to address imported Chinese Aluminum.....

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uglyassmf

Oct-09-13 12:18 AM

Thoughtful is correct..most of the rest of you are part of our problems and will never be part of our solutions. it takes more than finger pointing and name calling to change things. I think most people regardless of party affiliation are tired of finger pointing and name calling.

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promo61

Oct-09-13 6:41 AM

Easy to blame others, less easy to come up with solutions. Politicians often choose the easy road. "A man of words and not of deeds is like a garden full of weeds."

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dave0927

Oct-09-13 7:48 AM

These comments are nothing more than political posturing. Forget the fact that President Obama's EPA have caused electricity rates to rise, particularly in Ohio. Forget the fact that several power plants have closed, again, mostly in Ohio, due to the policies of President Obama. All Messrs. Cera and Gentile have done is load their guns for re-election bids with half truths and unsubstantiated innuendo. What, if anything, did Cera and Gentile do to avoid this situation other than to run to the Governor and telling him that HE needed to do more? Let's also remember that for the past 30 years or so, if not longer, Ormet has been threatening to shut down if they don't get concessions. The fact of the matter is that Ormet has been in a downward spiral for a long time, as evidenced by the fact that they have several hundred persons already laid off. Should AEP raise rates on the other customers? My guess is that they will since they lost load and they also lost cash flow income.

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