Wednesday, September 21, 2005

Ask The Mayoral Candidates

The Enquirer is asking readers to send them questions to ask the 31 Cincinnati City Council candidates. I'd also like to know what you think the issues are in the City? What do you want the next Mayor and City Council to focus on? I've got a list in my mind that I hope to share on this blog. His position on the issues is why I'm against David Pepper. The issues will also determine who I support for City Council. As always, you are welcome to post your thoughts in the comment section or you can email me at nate@unitecincinnati.com. I'll publish your list.

1 comments:

the delegate said...

Let's put it this way, after using some ''Tide'' detergent and following the label instructions (separate the whites from the coloreds), the issues facing the city from whites' view is crime, parking space, and homes.

But issues from ''coloreds'' view are police brutality, economic apartheid, cincinnati city councilmembers lying about hazards in mostly black populated communities-just to have fame and increase business money, cheap education, weakened and broken symbolic levees (landfills, projects located next to air polluting chemical plants, etc..), land grab with no reparations as homeowners would receive, the secret hiring freeze of blacks-so that they will be forced to join Bush war, Children services abusing black children's right to be with their parents, the sharp increase of inflation while living with the sharp stagnated and sometimes decrease in work hours and/or pay, the too swollen pollution of black juveniles jailed compared to whites given warnings/home-incarcerations, and the list is just to much.

The amount of issues from whites compared to blacks is solid evidence of 500 years of racism still and it can only get and will get much worse!