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« on: September 16, 2006, 04:02:38 pm »

Political Smog Filling Empty Space..

Am I the only one that’s lost amidst the trees of rhetoric, with the only elusive
commitment from, “Braden that  vowed to plant 150,000 trees a year, make
energy conservation a priority, give real examples of intensification and make
Hamilton attractive again to businesses.”

Diane Elms who declares, “I am tired of consultants from out of town coming up
with 'their solutions when they don't see, hear or feel our city. If you see a problem
in your neighborhood, you probably also see a solution. I am tired of hearing about
the poverty in this city and having another committee formed to discuss it. It's time
to put words into action. I know of many initiatives that are in place and working
already.

Fred Eisenberger, vowing "honesty, integrity and bold decisive leadership," and
another reference to "personal integrity and responsibility," Including. “leadership
over controversial issues such as aerotropolis, Maple Leaf Foods and the Lister
Block” (Ham. Spec. 2006)

Di Ianni ,the mayor is clearly subscribing to the theory that the best defence is a
good offense, suggesting politicians capitalizing on the issue could end up hurting
themselves instead of him. "Hamiltonians want to hear a positive campaign that is
based on issues that help them. Mudslinging is not going to help my opponents."
(Ham. Spec. 2006)

Now, that the rhetoric and ball room walls have been painted, floor’s waxed;
isn’t it time for the real music to begin. With sounds and words, followed by
actions that sets a realistic tone of truth and pride that engages Hamiltonians
into the real potential of this City.

Or does this City embody the necessity that Councilors, to ensure their
ward members of fairness, subscribe to the fact that the only means
available to ward members is through litigation. Is the only means of
dealing with this cities property tax system through months of ambiguous
threats that necessitates a taxpayer to withhold their taxes to get a response. 
   

With a drum roll, the only concrete plan is the planting of 150,000 trees...
well folks show me a plan. Where is the sustainability, tax fairness, and what
policies changes are going to be implemented to attract new business. What
immediate action will be taken to decrease our poverty levels. What initiatives
are you proposing to mitigate the disharmony created through amalgamation...

Show us your well laid out marching plans,
not empty words blowing in desert sands,

Your vote is important!
Vote November, 13th

What do you think...?
 

Comments appreciated
ham_editor@yahoo.ca



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