Ed Franz or Paul Huber for representa...

Ed Franz or Paul Huber for representative?

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Concerned 3rd Dist Voter

Avon, OH

#2 May 1, 2010
Ed is a 24 year employee and union member (UE 506) at GE Transportation Systems, has been registering his union brothers as republicans, has been open about his political affiliation and support for conservative candidates, has been able to argue positions on the shop floor for 20 years, and lives to tell about it. He is truly a grassroots candidate with support from those who have been in the trenches with him. Unfortunately he hasn't had the benefit of the support of the country club businessmen with deep pockets. Having attended many, many, many candidate forums and speeches over the years, Ed may not be the most elequent speaker, but he has the ability as evidenced at Tea Party events last year and this, to excite and inspire a crowd. He connects with the average working man in a way that other candidates do not, he's knowledgeable on the issues and above all else as far as I'm concerned, he has the guts to hold to his positions when its not comfortable or in the majority - absolutely most essential in light of the climate in DC these days.
I hope true pro-life voters are not taken in by a slick advertising campaign, or the lack of a nationally know organization to do its homework. We've had plenty of candidates who change their stripes once they get into office including Kathy D. Being pro-life means first and foremost upholding the constitutional right of every American the right to live. No other program or policy is more important.

The candidate with the walk to match his talk is Ed Franz. You can visit Ed's website at www.edfranzforcongress
LibsRreTarded

Uniontown, OH

#5 May 2, 2010
Should be Franz vs Huber in the general election since Huber is a life long Democrat and is funded by dems.
Wonder what the dems are up to now? Yes, I wonder indeed!
You gotta be Kidding

Hudson, OH

#6 May 2, 2010
Concerned 3rd Dist Voter wrote:
Ed is a 24 year employee and union member (UE 506) at GE Transportation Systems, has been registering his union brothers as republicans, has been open about his political affiliation and support for conservative candidates, has been able to argue positions on the shop floor for 20 years, and lives to tell about it. He is truly a grassroots candidate with support from those who have been in the trenches with him. Unfortunately he hasn't had the benefit of the support of the country club businessmen with deep pockets. Having attended many, many, many candidate forums and speeches over the years, Ed may not be the most elequent speaker, but he has the ability as evidenced at Tea Party events last year and this, to excite and inspire a crowd. He connects with the average working man in a way that other candidates do not, he's knowledgeable on the issues and above all else as far as I'm concerned, he has the guts to hold to his positions when its not comfortable or in the majority - absolutely most essential in light of the climate in DC these days.
I hope true pro-life voters are not taken in by a slick advertising campaign, or the lack of a nationally know organization to do its homework. We've had plenty of candidates who change their stripes once they get into office including Kathy D. Being pro-life means first and foremost upholding the constitutional right of every American the right to live. No other program or policy is more important.
The candidate with the walk to match his talk is Ed Franz. You can visit Ed's website at www.edfranzforcongress
worked with Ed at GE he is no way a good UNion man he has turned brothers and sisters into management, has taken managements side and is by far one of the laziest worker who uses the Union for his own benefits,such as slowing down work so theirs overtime,using seniority to get out of work,boy I could tell you some stories, he's not good for the UE 506,and damn sure will be bought if he were to win , and I can tell you now from one republican to another if he's the choice we're really in trouble.He'll stab you in the back in a heartbeat,then again what do you expect from a wanna be politician
Gerard

Wadsworth, OH

#7 May 2, 2010
Concerned 3rd Dist Voter wrote:
Ed is a 24 year employee and union member (UE 506) at GE Transportation Systems, has been registering his union brothers as republicans, has been open about his political affiliation and support for conservative candidates, has been able to argue positions on the shop floor for 20 years, and lives to tell about it. He is truly a grassroots candidate with support from those who have been in the trenches with him. Unfortunately he hasn't had the benefit of the support of the country club businessmen with deep pockets. Having attended many, many, many candidate forums and speeches over the years, Ed may not be the most elequent speaker, but he has the ability as evidenced at Tea Party events last year and this, to excite and inspire a crowd. He connects with the average working man in a way that other candidates do not, he's knowledgeable on the issues and above all else as far as I'm concerned, he has the guts to hold to his positions when its not comfortable or in the majority - absolutely most essential in light of the climate in DC these days.
I hope true pro-life voters are not taken in by a slick advertising campaign, or the lack of a nationally know organization to do its homework. We've had plenty of candidates who change their stripes once they get into office including Kathy D. Being pro-life means first and foremost upholding the constitutional right of every American the right to live. No other program or policy is more important.
The candidate with the walk to match his talk is Ed Franz. You can visit Ed's website at www.edfranzforcongress
I thought union members were socialists. Or is that fascists?
So this guy Franz is a conservative tea bagger union man? What the hell does that mean? He reaps the protections that union men and women have won and at the same time supports the republican party and its extremist wacko tea bagger wing which rails against unions? Sounds like a real hypocrite. I'd never vote for someone like that.
chilli

Hudson, OH

#8 May 3, 2010
Concerned 3rd Dist Voter wrote:
Ed is a 24 year employee and union member (UE 506) at GE Transportation Systems, has been registering his union brothers as republicans, has been open about his political affiliation and support for conservative candidates, has been able to argue positions on the shop floor for 20 years, and lives to tell about it. He is truly a grassroots candidate with support from those who have been in the trenches with him. Unfortunately he hasn't had the benefit of the support of the country club businessmen with deep pockets. Having attended many, many, many candidate forums and speeches over the years, Ed may not be the most elequent speaker, but he has the ability as evidenced at Tea Party events last year and this, to excite and inspire a crowd. He connects with the average working man in a way that other candidates do not, he's knowledgeable on the issues and above all else as far as I'm concerned, he has the guts to hold to his positions when its not comfortable or in the majority - absolutely most essential in light of the climate in DC these days.
I hope true pro-life voters are not taken in by a slick advertising campaign, or the lack of a nationally know organization to do its homework. We've had plenty of candidates who change their stripes once they get into office including Kathy D. Being pro-life means first and foremost upholding the constitutional right of every American the right to live. No other program or policy is more important.
The candidate with the walk to match his talk is Ed Franz. You can visit Ed's website at www.edfranzforcongress
if you wanted to help ED you should of never mentioned that he is in a Union the republican party absolutely despises Unions and their members.
e franz

Erie, PA

#9 May 4, 2010
Concerned 3rd Dist Voter wrote:
Ed is a 24 year employee and union member (UE 506) at GE Transportation Systems, has been registering his union brothers as republicans, has been open about his political affiliation and support for conservative candidates, has been able to argue positions on the shop floor for 20 years, and lives to tell about it. He is truly a grassroots candidate with support from those who have been in the trenches with him. Unfortunately he hasn't had the benefit of the support of the country club businessmen with deep pockets. Having attended many, many, many candidate forums and speeches over the years, Ed may not be the most elequent speaker, but he has the ability as evidenced at Tea Party events last year and this, to excite and inspire a crowd. He connects with the average working man in a way that other candidates do not, he's knowledgeable on the issues and above all else as far as I'm concerned, he has the guts to hold to his positions when its not comfortable or in the majority - absolutely most essential in light of the climate in DC these days.
I hope true pro-life voters are not taken in by a slick advertising campaign, or the lack of a nationally know organization to do its homework. We've had plenty of candidates who change their stripes once they get into office including Kathy D. Being pro-life means first and foremost upholding the constitutional right of every American the right to live. No other program or policy is more important.
The candidate with the walk to match his talk is Ed Franz. You can visit Ed's website at www.edfranzforcongress
Thanks mom.
e franz

Erie, PA

#10 May 4, 2010
You gotta be Kidding wrote:
<quoted text>worked with Ed at GE he is no way a good UNion man he has turned brothers and sisters into management, has taken managements side and is by far one of the laziest worker who uses the Union for his own benefits,such as slowing down work so theirs overtime,using seniority to get out of work,boy I could tell you some stories, he's not good for the UE 506,and damn sure will be bought if he were to win , and I can tell you now from one republican to another if he's the choice we're really in trouble.He'll stab you in the back in a heartbeat,then again what do you expect from a wanna be politician
Thanks mother-in-law.
paul revere

Wadsworth, OH

#11 May 4, 2010
when are you people going to stop trying to out-teabag each other?? you're chasing the lunatic fringe voters. you all sound like sarah palin.
haha

Wadsworth, OH

#12 May 5, 2010
Franz got himself thrown out of Bob's Gun Shop on Friday for being an arrogant asshat.
lickmytaint

Uniontown, OH

#13 May 5, 2010
paul revere wrote:
when are you people going to stop trying to out-teabag each other?? you're chasing the lunatic fringe voters. you all sound like sarah palin.
Thanks for the advice, rev Wright!

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