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Chautauqua County Conservative Committee dinner June 6 to feature Carl Paladino

June 1, 2013

Anna Wilcox, Chair-woman of the Chautauqua County Conservative Com-mittee, has announced that the annual fundraising dinner will be held June 6 at the White Inn in downtown Fredonia....

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Jun-01-13 7:25 PM

GLP could not say it any better. With poverty government is the problem not the solution. Look at Obama, more people on food stamps now than when he took office. The liberals want to tell everyone how to live and they want the working guy to pay for it.

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Jun-01-13 4:57 PM

Are you guys kidding me?!?! Carl Paladino is an outstanding choice. The man is trying to fix Buffalo one family at a time and one building at a time. After the Teachers Unions spent over 100,000.00 to defeat Carl in the School Board election which he easily won with 80% of the vote. If you would have listened to Carl talk about teaching bad=sic life skills to the low income impoverished teenagers and young adults who were never brought up by parents who taught them basic life skills.

Here we have a wealthy guy who could be enjoying his wealth and spend his personal time or money working at fixing Western NY, the City of Buffalo or the Buffalo School System. And all you clowns can do is criticize him. You should be applauding Carl's efforts. You guys must be suffering a major dose of envy and jealousy. We should all be working together with Carl to fix upstate NY. God knows we need all of the help we can get. If you are not helping you are part of the problem.

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Jun-01-13 9:36 AM

Some things he says are true but he is a nut case. I don't know who would pay $50 to spend an evening with him. I think they will live to regret their choice. They certainly not lending credibility to their party.

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Jun-01-13 7:31 AM

His no-nonsense, tell-it-like-it-is approach to politics is refreshing to many and I expect everyone will have an enjoyable evening,"

You mean like..

.On the poor

"We'll teach them personal hygiene..the personal things they don't get when they come from dysfunctional homes" (yep all poor folk have bad hygiene and come from dysfunctional homes, unlike those who have children with their mistresses)

or on homosexuality...

"There is nothing to be proud of in being a dysfunctional homosexual. That's not how God created us" Oh really,...then who created them? The Goddess?

or "I go after all of them. I don't care if they're a*****or a Polack"

Wow..what a keynote speaker.

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