Rich Iott

October 10, 2010 by staff 

Rich Iott, Iotti Rich said he is an expert when it comes to job creation. The people of the 9th Congressional District need to know what Mr. Iotti is really when it comes to working families and jobs to northwest Ohio.

These are quotes taken on the auto industry from November Mr. Iotti 14, 2008, letter readers Forum, “the auto industry can not compete with the unions”:

“A failure would break the yoke of domination union. That would be the best thing that could happen.”

“We do not” need “a car industry” U.S. ”

“They are grappling with the support of union pension funds and medical plans that are too bloated and uncompetitive.”

When a supposed job creator said he would like to see big companies fail, and other businesses that depend on these companies fail to have thousands without jobs, and retirement benefits and rip medical insurance for retirees who have won and desperately need, then you have to ask yourself: Is Rich Iotti talk to me?

Rich is essential Iotti Rep. Marcy Kaptur to vote to save General Motors and Chrysler. He would have voted to let companies go bankrupt, leaving thousands unemployed. It is the idea of Mr. Iotti creating jobs?

Where are the jobs it has created? If they exist, are they the same caliber of jobs, it is more than willing to vote on? He is arrogant and ignorant to think that could create jobs at a level that would be very close to the jobs.

All jobs that would promote the management more than workers.
All veterans in Ohio should be angry with Rich Iotti broadcast in which he tries to pass as a member of the armed forces.

It says it serves as a colonel in the Ohio Military Reserve, a civilian support group that could help the National Guard during a natural disaster. Volunteers from the Ohio Military Reserve are aspiring military soldier playing for eight hours a month at Camp Perry.

Mr. Iotti said he also graduated from the U.S. Marine Corps Command and Staff College and the U.S. Air Force War College. They are very impressive-sounding correspondence courses.

Harland Sanders, founder of Kentucky Fried Chicken, is a colonel too, but I would not call him a veteran.

If I were representing the 9th district, I would be guilty of to see what happened to my riding for 28 years.

Rep. Marcy Kaptur brings some tax dollars on our home and helps his constituents with minor problems and photos. But what has she done to make the 9th district a better place to live? What are his seniority and his supposed influence to restore the rule of Toledo to attract business development and promote job creation?

The citizens of Toledo and Lucas County better today than when Miss Kaptur first went to Washington? The answer is obvious.
I disagree with your approval for the Lucas County Auditor (“auditor Lucas Kaczala,” Oct. 4). The incumbent, Anita Lopez, manages an office that is respectful of the taxpayers it serves. I received a prompt and professional service when I called or visited the office.

Ms. Lopez has reduced spending in his office, saving taxpayers more than half a million dollars a year in salaries and benefits. Through his efforts, the predecessor auditor has reduced the payroll. That seems very commendable.

Ms. Lopez has a well-deserved reputation for efficiency and equity in public service. I agree with your May 4 editorial “Do not privilege of Toledo, who praised him for his efforts to protect homeowners have liens placed on the property for bills owed by previous owners. As you then say: “This is simply untrue.”

I’m proud of myself again voted for Ms. Lopez, who is proud to serve the needs of the taxpayers of Lucas County.
It was a privilege to read Jack Lessenberry’s column Oct. 8 op-ed, “MSU President frets on political myopia” on the Michigan State University President Lou Anna Simon. His leadership, financial management of the university, and generosity are exemplary.

Rather than complain about what she did not make it fact. Ms. Simon is looking to the future and how it will affect students at the university.

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