Letter - Choice in 8B is pretty straightforwardThere are two varying ways to vote: put all your trust in a party or put all your trust in people. If you believe the latter, please look closely at the House 8B race.
To the editor:
There are two varying ways to vote: put all your trust in a party or put all your trust in people. If you believe the latter, please look closely at the House 8B race.
Bob Cunniff is a hard-working, middle-of-the-road, pro-lifer who says of food stamps, “Assistance is a hand up, not a hand out,” believes that public education reforms will restore Minnesota schools to their former prominence, teaches his students the Earth Day celebrates our planet as a gift from God, for which we must be good stewards, and subscribes to “across the aisle compromise” as the only avenue through St. Paul gridlock.
In contrast, his Tea Party opponent, Mary Franson, likens food stamp recipients to pathetic animals, wants to subject education to the roulette of privatization, claims Earth Day as a pagan celebration, and knows only one political avenue – “my way or the highway.”
The choice is pretty straightforward. One candidate poses only problems while the other simply seeks solutions.
Vote for Bob Cunniff.
Orin and Dottie Schueler
(A paid political letter)