LEGALIZE MARIJUANA. no supply without demand. end drug prohibition.
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i DONT SEE ANY OTHER CANDIDATES WITH FACEBOOK PAGES, BLOG PAGES, SITES WHERE THEY ARE OUT THERE, AND CAN BE QUESTIONED ABOUT ANYTHING.
I am a liberal avant garde politician- i'm ahead of the curve when it comes to electronic political campaiging; and using social media.
FAMOUS perennial candidates( i'm going for the guiness worlds record! see- winning duh!!)
my name on the ballot is aka/ alias/nickname "mr legalize marijuana"; just as souder was aka Mr drug war. end the wastful, costly drug prohibition, and for the same reasons as the failed experiment with clean living in the 20's..
A perennial candidate is one who runs for public office with a record of success that is infrequent, if existent at all. Perennial candidates are often either members of major political parties or have political opinions that are not mainstream. They may run without any serious hope of gaining office, but in order to promote their views or themselves instead. John C. Turmel is, according to the Guinness Book of Records, the most persistent perennial candidate, having run and lost in a total of 72 elections.
NELSON PETERS- what a joke! sad deluded man-kool-aid drinking/ TEA party swilling, case of KOCH a day- pro-lifer extremist lunatic fringe nutjob..
wonder what peters thinks about RIGHT TO WORK; AND UNIONIZING our hard working, conscientious civil servant COUNTY EMPLOYEES?
what of the over 7400 outstanding felony /fugitive warrants; and stopping all the highly likely illegal foreclosures/sheriff sales?
AND LETS DO SOMETHING ABOUT THE 500 SEX OFFENDERS/BABY RAPERS/ HACKSAW CHOPPER CANNIBAL NECROPHILIAC PEDOPHILES? CANT WE BUY THEM ALL A BUS TICKET TO indy- LET THE state DEAL WITH THEM?
i can rebut everything in this article, from his failure to increase funding, gear, and office space for our important veterans services officer- george jarboe; serving over 33,000 veterans in allen county- and the VERY SIGNIFICANT $$$ THE VA CLAIMS BRING INTO THE LOCAL ECONOMY- to peters failure to even remove the glass in the 9-1-1- dispatch center; to what jobs? where are all the jobs? on paper , maybe- tax abatemnts- corporate welfare- and at what wages?
500 million i deals? wheres the money? and the commissioners role/ govt is negligible- as all the tea party nuts assert. yet- they take credit for this allegedly false assertion? or does govt create jobs? how SOCIALIST!!
failure to pay the city what the county owes on its mowing bill; to the usual argung about money, and the county trying to shirk paying its fair share- to failure to even start merging the city county police into one coordinated command /METRO PD- like in INDY, and other progressive, forward thinking large and medium sized communities across the USA;
failure to adequately fund the county sheriff with the vehicles, and other equipment they need.
AND LOTS OF OTHER FUN STUFF YET TO BE REVEALED..
Peters, who served on Allen County Council from 1991 to 2000 before being elected commissioner in 2004, said his participation in successful economic development efforts – investments that totaled $500 million last year alone – demonstrate his ability to get the job done.
In a statement, Peters said that if re-elected he wants to “continue to help lead economic development efforts, working to move our local wages 10 percent closer to the national average; complete the automation of the permitting processes for businesses and finish the integration of city and county departments where it makes sense.”
Peters noted that he has already played a key role in consolidation of homeland security, emergency communications, planning and other departments. The future of the joint homeland security department is in doubt, however, in the wake of Mayor Tom Henry's recent decision to withdraw from the 6-year-old agreement because of budget concerns.
Peters, who discussed the issue with Henry this week, said he has asked for more details from the city in an effort to find a compromise.
Peters also ran for mayor in 2007 but lost in the primary to Matt Kelty, who later lost to Henry.
Peters represents the 1st District, but all three commissioners are elected at-large.
To date, only one Democrat has filed for the job: perennial candidate David Roach.