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Congressman is man of honor, integrity

October 13, 2013

DEAR EDITOR: I wholeheartedly and respectfully disagree with the current Warren City Council president who in a previous editorial called Congressman Bill Johnson the “poorest excuse for a......

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reader

Oct-20-13 4:43 PM

All we have to go on is his voting record. I believe he did not vote to re-open the government because he felt he was doing it for the people. No you did not. You voted party lines and to get points from the tea party people. If some people feel he is an honest man full of integrity, that is fine. Some don't.

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nortman

Oct-15-13 10:36 AM

Waterman, many people can't get past the letter after a name and think that if you are a "D" and the other guy is an "R" and vice versa, that automatically makes them evil. Personally, I think most of them are evil and it's the rare one who is a decent human.

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WATERMAN

Oct-14-13 9:07 PM

I will bet money, only Tom O'Neill has met Congressman Johnson. If you meet Congresssman Bill Jonson, you will come away with nothing bad to say about him. a

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nortman

Oct-14-13 3:08 PM

Good point.

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Billdog

Oct-14-13 2:51 PM

The words Congressman/Honor/Integrity are all disconnected. Oxymorons.

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nortman

Oct-14-13 8:01 AM

If you are going to disagree with something that was said here, maybe taking part in the discussion might be in order. Otherwise, we'll all figure that the reason why you are disagreeing is because you are Mr Dean or one of his lackeys trying to make it look like he actually has support.

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nortman

Oct-13-13 6:26 PM

Mr Dean should see to his own house. For starters, maybe he can explain to the public why he decided to have a closed door session to discuss the condition of the Gibson Building that the city council wants to spend millions of taxayer dollars to purchase. Why does he believe that the taxpayers don't have the need to know the condition of the building?

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insider

Oct-13-13 11:17 AM

I have to defend Mr. Dean. It's obvious his many years, being cloistered in politics, has left him with a tenuous connection to reality. Apparently, he thought his inane, semi-coherent attack on Congressman Johnson was a well argued piece that would change many minds. The usually sympathetic Trib confirmed this diagnosis by publishing his drivel.

I ask that the readers hold judgement on Mr. Dean's reasoning and argumentative competence until he is out of office for a while, which will help him lose his Narcissistic delusions. .

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mrright

Oct-13-13 9:15 AM

If the Warren council President said that--then he is a first class F'king idiot. If you see him--tell em

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AbeLincoln

Oct-13-13 3:10 AM

Sorry Tom, If you're not a Democrat You only get BAD PRESS! Most of the Media are way far to the left.

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