Arcuri will be great leader for years to come

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Interesting

United States

#1 Apr 17, 2009
Taken From The Observer Dispatch

Our government was forced to make some tough decisions over the past few weeks — whether or not to rescue failing banks, invest money into our economy to help spur job growth and how to clean up after a failed Bush administration. Their choices and votes were the subject of scrutiny from some, yet I am of the mindset that something had to be done.

Having watched and followed what Rep. Arcuri is doing to help us, I know that he has my best interests in mind and will fight for this area to ensure that we see growth in business and, most importantly, jobs.

There are definitely opportunities for our area in alternative energy where we can work toward reducing our dependence on foreign oil to create real, lasting jobs for us here in Upstate New York.

We must care about our future generations and Arcuri has an eye on the future and the knowledge and experience to make sure that our region is successful and thriving.

I applaud Arcuri for his work in our district and I know that he will be a great leader for us both here and in Washington for many years to come.

CHRISTINE D’ENTRONE

Holland Patent

A typical Arcuri letter of support lacking any real facts.....and just what exactly has he actually accomplished to earn your praise? Please enlighten me, I'm patiently awaiting your response.

That's what I thought......NOTHING
mod77man

Syracuse, NY

#2 Apr 18, 2009
you know whats worse Interesting, is that the O.D. prints this garbage in their so called newspaper. Its free campaigning!!!!! the O.D. way...
fedup

United States

#3 Apr 18, 2009
All politicians are crooks. From the local level to the president!!!!

Level 7

Since: Jan 08

Rome

#4 Apr 18, 2009
Tough decisions?

Yeah, like "Which rights should we eliminate first: freedom of speech or freedom to bear arms?"
mod77man

Syracuse, NY

#5 Apr 18, 2009
frankcor wrote:
Tough decisions?
Yeah, like "Which rights should we eliminate first: freedom of speech or freedom to bear arms?"
eventually, ALL our freedoms, our voices are silent to those in power, thats BOTH corrupt politcal parties as they are known, except their the only ones having the party. the truth couldn,t be more obvious everyone needs to wake up now !!!!!!
Vox Polpuli

Englewood, CO

#6 Apr 18, 2009
That's why our founders had the foresight to draft the 2nd Amendment. If they wont listen to our voices through civil discourse, then at some point they will have to listen to the sound of our muzzle blasts.
mod77man wrote:
<quoted text>
eventually, ALL our freedoms, our voices are silent to those in power, thats BOTH corrupt politcal parties as they are known, except their the only ones having the party. the truth couldn,t be more obvious everyone needs to wake up now !!!!!!
wboro

Ithaca, NY

#7 Apr 18, 2009
arcuri sucks. liberal democrap !! votes party lines all the time with Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid. Get a good consevative to run against him and he will get beat and I voted for him,but not again
Crazy Man

Camillus, NY

#8 Apr 19, 2009
He is a puppet for the Democratic party leaders. They say crap and Arcuri says what color. Believe me, he is no leader and he never will be.
mod77man

Syracuse, NY

#9 Apr 19, 2009
Crazy Man wrote:
He is a puppet for the Democratic party leaders. They say crap and Arcuri says what color. Believe me, he is no leader and he never will be.
listen you,re right ,but they are all puppets in BOTH corrupted parties. they are ALL pinocchio,s just with different heads attached. this is what the people need to understand clearly if we are ever going to have real change for our future and the generations to come.
mod77man

Syracuse, NY

#10 Apr 19, 2009
Vox Polpuli wrote:
That's why our founders had the foresight to draft the 2nd Amendment. If they wont listen to our voices through civil discourse, then at some point they will have to listen to the sound of our muzzle blasts.
<quoted text>
I,m with you. mine are ready to bark!!!

Since: Apr 09

New York, NY

#11 Apr 19, 2009
Yes, I too believe in the 2nd Amendment! I have a pair of Bear Arms hanging above my fireplace.......this is Oneida County, they are all crooks!(and we just keep voting them back in!
Crazy Man

Camillus, NY

#12 Apr 19, 2009
I don't trust anyone who votes along straight party lines. How can anyone with a brain, agree with everything that their party wants?
wboro

Ithaca, NY

#13 Apr 19, 2009
Crazy Man wrote:
He is a puppet for the Democratic party leaders. They say crap and Arcuri says what color. Believe me, he is no leader and he never will be.
Right on,u r not so crazy

Since: Nov 08

Boston MA

#14 Apr 19, 2009
Leader of what???
mod77man

Syracuse, NY

#15 Apr 19, 2009
Boston T Party wrote:
Leader of what???
yes, that is the question for sure. it will be two and a half yrs soon,and I'm still looking for signs of intelligence.refer to the O.D. archives,I believe it was the Jan 2nd 07 edition, where Mr. Arcuri describes how little he knew about how Washington politics works, in his own words,there's politics on top of politics. great,isn't that what people voted to supposedly change,the CORRUPT good ol' boy system.remember Mr arcuri is a lawyer, and i'll remind everyone of what Jesus Christ called Lawyers, he said "Lawyers are Liars"

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Since: Jan 08

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#16 Apr 20, 2009
Interesting wrote:
Taken From The Observer Dispatch
Our government was forced to make some tough decisions over the past few weeks — whether or not to rescue failing banks, invest money into our economy to help spur job growth and how to clean up after a failed Bush administration. Their choices and votes were the subject of scrutiny from some, yet I am of the mindset that something had to be done.
Having watched and followed what Rep. Arcuri is doing to help us, I know that he has my best interests in mind and will fight for this area to ensure that we see growth in business and, most importantly, jobs.
There are definitely opportunities for our area in alternative energy where we can work toward reducing our dependence on foreign oil to create real, lasting jobs for us here in Upstate New York.
We must care about our future generations and Arcuri has an eye on the future and the knowledge and experience to make sure that our region is successful and thriving.
I applaud Arcuri for his work in our district and I know that he will be a great leader for us both here and in Washington for many years to come.
CHRISTINE D’ENTRONE
Holland Patent
A typical Arcuri letter of support lacking any real facts.....and just what exactly has he actually accomplished to earn your praise? Please enlighten me, I'm patiently awaiting your response.
That's what I thought......NOTHING
Did you ever notice they all magically bring up the same set of "Arcuri Positives"... the same gerb Arcuri has been balbbing for years. This is obviously pretty fake: WHo wakes up in the morning and decides they're going to do an analingus job on Arcuri in an editorial?

Yada yada "Jobs" "Growth"...

At least she's right on one thing, Arcuri has always had an eye on the future... his! I wonder where Mr. Spotlight is on the coming job losses?

Arcuri NEEDS needy schills like this puppet here writing away to make the soccer-moms think he cares about anything they do or say!

Since: May 14

Clifton Park, NY

#17 Jun 19, 2014
UticaRox wrote:
<quoted text>Did you ever notice they all magically bring up the same set of "Arcuri Positives"... the same gerb Arcuri has been balbbing for years. This is obviously pretty fake: WHo wakes up in the morning and decides they're going to do an analingus job on Arcuri in an editorial?
Yada yada "Jobs" "Growth"...
At least she's right on one thing, Arcuri has always had an eye on the future... his! I wonder where Mr. Spotlight is on the coming job losses?
Arcuri NEEDS needy schills like this puppet here writing away to make the soccer-moms think he cares about anything they do or say!
Bingo
Anon Ymous

Utica, NY

#18 Jun 19, 2014
Arcuri's moment in the sun sure didn't last as long as many expected. Not that he's doing all that badly now. But it really makes you wonder what could have been.

Level 7

Since: Jan 08

Rome

#19 Jun 20, 2014
Looking back, how much difference did it make to replace Arcuri with Hannah?
uhuhu

New Hartford, NY

#20 Jun 20, 2014
frankcor wrote:
Looking back, how much difference did it make to replace Arcuri with Hannah?
You MUST be joking. Arcuri was/is sleaze. Hanna has integrity and honesty on his side. No contest.

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