2 comments on “A Giant Killer?

  1. Taking on Mr. Kasemeyer is a tall order for anyone, but I think we’ve found a dynamic candidate in Jesse Pippy. He’s comfortable knowing that the amount of work ahead is daunting, but the prize in taking on arguably, the second most powerful Senator in Annapolis, is well, motivating to say the least. As you’ve pointed out shaking up this district for 11%, in a Gubernatorial Election year will not be an easy task, but a doable one.

    Ed Kasemeyer is in fact, a very nice guy…He does however have a record, one he shares with the majority party in Annapolis and it’s really no surprise…he like others in Annapolis, LOVE to spend. What we often hear is ‘AAA Bond Rating’, “Responsible budget cutting” (meanwhile adding about a billion and a half each year in spending)…but the entire apparatus goes about it’s business of ‘stealing from peter (TTF, State Retirement Funds…etc) to pay Marty…I mean Paul. This goes on with very little fanfare, as much of this atrociousness gets the rubber stamp of the Ed Kasemeyer and gang, in the perfectly named, “Budget and Taxation” committee…tagline: “…not a budget we won’t approve nor a tax we don’t embrace”

    If you live in LD 12 (S/SW Baltimore County, Elkridge or Columbia) and you want to back a solid candidate please consider supporting Jesse Pippy ( http://www.jessepippy.com ) if not for yourself and your own interests, but sending a message to the General Assembly…”Goliath can be beaten” especially, if we can deliver in November. Be part of the 11%!

    Correction: Al Nalley is actually the President of the PVRC, and a candidate himself for County Councilmanic District 1 taking on Tom Quirk.

    Dave “Augie” Aughenbaugh

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    A Giant Killer?: Jesse Pippy vs Ed Kasemeyer
    Taking on Mr. Kasemeyer is a tall order for anyone, but I think we’ve found a dynamic candidate in Jesse Pippy. He’s comfortable knowing that the amount of work ahead is daunting, but the prize in taking on arguably, the second most powerful Senator in Annapolis, is well, motivating to say the least. As you’ve pointed out shaking up this district for 11%, in a Gubernatorial Election year will not be an easy task, but a doable one.

    Ed Kasemeyer is in fact, a very nice guy…He does however have a record, one he shares with the majority party in Annapolis and it’s really no surprise…he like others in Annapolis, LOVE to spend. What we often hear is ‘AAA Bond Rating’, “Responsible budget cutting” (meanwhile adding about a billion and a half each year in spending)…but the entire apparatus goes about it’s business of ‘stealing from peter (TTF, State Retirement Funds…etc) to pay Marty…I mean Paul. This goes on with very little fanfare, as much of this atrociousness gets the rubber stamp of the Ed Kasemeyer and gang, in the perfectly named, “Budget and Taxation” committee…tagline: “…not a budget we won’t approve nor a tax we don’t embrace”

    If you live in LD 12 (S/SW Baltimore County, Elkridge or Columbia) and you want to back a solid candidate please consider supporting Jesse Pippy ( http://www.jessepippy.com ) if not for yourself and your own interests, but sending a message to the General Assembly…”Goliath can be beaten” especially, if we can deliver in November. Be part of the 11%!

    Correction: Al Nalley is actually the President of the PVRC, and a candidate himself for County Councilmanic District 1 taking on Tom Quirk.

    Dave “Augie” Aughenbaugh

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