Monday, June 2, 2008

Making the case for Ober

Charles Ober’s Signature is a Record of Accomplishments not Just Election Time Puffing

As the special election in the 30th Council District enters the home stretch, each candidate has had an opportunity to market themselves with glossy handouts, appearances at senior centers, at so called debates, including the NY1 Dominic Carter Show “Inside City Hall”, a resume` that includes their education and civic accomplishments and their background. Although I am not a blogger myself, I have read many of the comments posted on blogs by anonymous writers, many who are more venomous than accurate. However, the competent bloggers often link you to newspaper stories or court records to substantiate their claims or accusations. After perusing what the candidates have put in print and listing to what they say and how they say it, I have come to the conclusion that the most sincere and honest candidate is Charles Ober. Charles is not a party candidate and he is the only one that does not have a questionable political past. He is the only one with an outstanding civic record, Incidentally, civics are made up of Volunteers; they are not paid for a no-show job nor are they like past elected officials who only operated with the taxpayers' money.

Take the time this weekend to read and re-read all that the candidates have mailed out and you will agree with me that Charles Ober has the fortitude, the sincerity, the past accomplishments, and the devotion to our community to be elected to represent us in the NYC Council District 30. Charles Ober was endorsed by the very Honorable Councilman Tony Avella and named by Congresswoman Nydia Velazquez as a delegate to The Democratic National Convention. Now! Do your part, get out and vote for Charles Ober on June 3rd.

Edward Kampermann
Middle Village, NY

P.S. Dan Jacoby feels the same way.

So does Pauline Park.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Ah, but not Eric Baard, envirnmentalist extrodiare with kayacks that are living proof that developer logos can go places they never went before.


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He is a Crowley supporter!!!

Anonymous said...

Oh Christ, now we have political endorsements from the likes of Ed Kampermann? God, I need a drink.

CntrySigns said...

Ober didn't send me any literature, he hired non English speaking people to put it in my mail box which is a federal offense. When I tried to tell the guy that all he could say was "Ober Good yes".

"No part of a mail receptacle may be used to deliver any matter not bearing postage, including items or matter placed upon, supported by, attached to, hung from, or inserted into a mail receptacle."D041 Customer Mail Receptacles

Anonymous said...

"Oh Christ, now we have political endorsements from the likes of Ed Kampermann?"

I guess we should only believe political endorsements from celebrities and politicians.

Anonymous said...

Oh my God what an offense to leave something in a mailbox! Maybe next time they should leave it on your front lawn so you have to pick it up and throw it out. Political candidates have been doing this for years. And the pieces I have gotten bear a "U.S. Postage Paid" permit on them which are never postmarked or cancelled if mailed, so that regulation is covered.

Anonymous said...

guess we should only believe political endorsements from celebrities and politicians.
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Now there is an ignorant statement!

Why should anyones endorsement matter, except one's own?

Anonymous said...

Did you know that Gallagher's son is backing Charlie? More to come later.