Dahlkemper elected Erie County executive

Dahlkemper elected Erie County executive

There are 23 comments on the Erie Times News story from Nov 5, 2013, titled Dahlkemper elected Erie County executive. In it, Erie Times News reports that:

The Democrat and former congresswoman solidified her status as a local political heavyweight in Tuesday's municipal election, easily defeating Republican Don Tucci to win the race for Erie County executive.

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reptile dysfunction

Clyde, OH

#1 Nov 5, 2013
where is the barf button ...
Toxie the Toxic Avenger

Washington, DC

#2 Nov 6, 2013
C'mon she will do a fine job.....NOT!
Obammy lackie!
midnight confession

Erie, PA

#3 Nov 6, 2013
Toxie the Toxic Avenger wrote:
C'mon she will do a fine job.....NOT!
Obammy lackie!
Obammy! Good one!
Tim leary

United States

#4 Nov 6, 2013
Hahahaha!

Sqirm, jizzbags!
Gollum

United States

#5 Nov 6, 2013
We hates it to pieces! Nooo, my precious!:O
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election monitor

United States

#7 Nov 6, 2013
The Democratic clueless voters of Erie County have maintained the Democratic tradition of electing inept & failed leadership just as expected & the Erie Times endorsed.......We are so screwed,the majority of our friends, neighbors & co-workers lack any common sense.
union yes

Erie, PA

#8 Nov 6, 2013
election monitor wrote:
The Democratic clueless voters of Erie County have maintained the Democratic tradition of electing inept & failed leadership just as expected & the Erie Times endorsed.......We are so screwed,the majority of our friends, neighbors & co-workers lack any common sense.
Keep that party hatred alive. How did the republicans do again?
election monitor

United States

#9 Nov 6, 2013
union yes wrote:
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Keep that party hatred alive. How did the republicans do again?
Apparently you wish to remain stupid & clueless! Just what would you consider the one term of Kathy as a Congresswoman to have been?
She was voted out after just one term in a landslide by over 11,000 votes or were asleep all through that fiasco. All she did was worship Obama & kiss Pelosi`s scabby ass for 2 years ....Oh, by the way she voted for ObamaCare. I suggest you read up on that
union yes

Erie, PA

#10 Nov 6, 2013
election monitor wrote:
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Apparently you wish to remain stupid & clueless!
No thanks I do not want to become a republican.

Why was she voted out? The GOP did what they did best ran an effective smear campaign. Show me any time in the last dozen or so elections a republican candidate that ran on their ideas and platform as opposed to a negative smear campaign against their opponent.

I'll wait.
Senator Blutarsky

Washington, DC

#11 Nov 6, 2013
union yes wrote:
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No thanks I do not want to become a republican.
Why was she voted out? The GOP did what they did best ran an effective smear campaign. Show me any time in the last dozen or so elections a republican candidate that ran on their ideas and platform as opposed to a negative smear campaign against their opponent.
I'll wait.
Sure, Dahlkemper lost because she ran a clean campaign.
Nice try , Rube.
Maybe it was because she could not explain her million flip flops?
For a flyweight, Tucci got a suprising vote.
trevor

Lodi, OH

#12 Nov 6, 2013
union yes wrote:
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No thanks I do not want to become a republican.
Why was she voted out? The GOP did what they did best ran an effective smear campaign. Show me any time in the last dozen or so elections a republican candidate that ran on their ideas and platform as opposed to a negative smear campaign against their opponent.
I'll wait.
no idea is superior to the defective and dangerous idea that the democrats conjure up..so you are correct. The democrats do have more ideas...but they are cataclismac
Hoffa

Erie, PA

#13 Nov 6, 2013
union yes wrote:
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No thanks I do not want to become a republican.
Why was she voted out? The GOP did what they did best ran an effective smear campaign. Show me any time in the last dozen or so elections a republican candidate that ran on their ideas and platform as opposed to a negative smear campaign against their opponent.
I'll wait.
Typical Union jughead. How's things at GE?
union no

Erie, PA

#14 Nov 6, 2013
union yes wrote:
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No thanks I do not want to become a republican.
Why was she voted out? The GOP did what they did best ran an effective smear campaign. Show me any time in the last dozen or so elections a republican candidate that ran on their ideas and platform as opposed to a negative smear campaign against their opponent.
I'll wait.
Unions all over Erie County losing their members to unemployment under the democraps. Explain that to me...I'll wait
Toxie the Toxic Avenger

Virginia Beach, VA

#15 Nov 6, 2013
Thank julius she got electedcto save Erie county and bring a plethora of new jobs
to the area and restore prosperity, Thank you Thank you Thank you your exhalted
highness !
Election Monitor

United States

#16 Nov 7, 2013
union yes wrote:
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No thanks I do not want to become a republican.
Why was she voted out? The GOP did what they did best ran an effective smear campaign. Show me any time in the last dozen or so elections a republican candidate that ran on their ideas and platform as opposed to a negative smear campaign against their opponent.
I'll wait.
She was voted out in a landslide due to her dogged devotion to Obama & Pelosi as well as her support/vote for Obamamcare. She did absolutely nothing for the people of this Congressional district.
Her then opponent Mike Kelly has worked hard for all of us & has made an impact on other members of the House who respect him.

The fact is "Union Yes"...... Democrats here in Erie have been fooled all the time for 50+ years whether being union members or not.
They continue to display incredible stupidity politically by electing certified losers & hacks to local office while the slide to oblivion for Erie continues because of their failure to recognize the damage being done here by the incompetence of the people they have elected.

Think about it...50 years of incompetence,Industry gone, people leaving , crime on the rise, welfare an accepted life style & fools like you keep electing these jerkoffs.
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union yes

Erie, PA

#18 Nov 7, 2013
trevor wrote:
<quoted text>no idea is superior to the defective and dangerous idea that the democrats conjure up..so you are correct. The democrats do have more ideas...but they are cataclismac
Democrats seem to come in a fix whenever republicans leave something broken.
union yes

Erie, PA

#19 Nov 7, 2013
union no wrote:
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Unions all over Erie County losing their members to unemployment under the democraps. Explain that to me...I'll wait
Republicans have made in increasingly more difficult. From passing right to work for less legislation to the ignorance of many of today's workers.

However unions are seeing a slight resurgence thanks in big part to the republicans attempt to eliminate the middle class.
Election Monitor

United States

#20 Nov 7, 2013
union yes wrote:
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Republicans have made in increasingly more difficult. From passing right to work for less legislation to the ignorance of many of today's workers.
However unions are seeing a slight resurgence thanks in big part to the republicans attempt to eliminate the middle class.
If the Unions really had anything of value to offer today`s workers, they would swell the ranks of organized labor despite any Right to Work laws. The truth is Right to Legislation allow the American worker to work with out being held hostage by a Union which does nothing for them.
A slight resurgence for American Labor Unions ?.......No,there are more radical activists but no increase in Trade Union membership.It is more like a trapped animal lashing out at its inevitable pending death.
If any political party is bent on eliminating the middle class it is the Democrats with their tax & spend politics, wealth redistribution which means a free ride for the welfare core base & ObamaCare which is the largest Tax increase in American history.
Hoffa

Erie, PA

#21 Nov 7, 2013
union yes wrote:
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Democrats seem to come in a fix whenever republicans leave something broken.
You're not very smart are you?
union no

Erie, PA

#22 Nov 7, 2013
union yes wrote:
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Republicans have made in increasingly more difficult. From passing right to work for less legislation to the ignorance of many of today's workers.
However unions are seeing a slight resurgence thanks in big part to the republicans attempt to eliminate the middle class.
Once again democrats and Obamacare are crushing the middle class. What exactly have the democrats done to help the middle class? I'll wait.

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