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Vote Sullivan, Headd

August 30, 2013

To the editor: Vote early! Vote early! Vote early.! Early voting, Aug. 31; Sep. 3-7, 1031 S.E. 9th Place, Suite 3 - behind Lee County Government Center. Primary Election - Se....

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Sep-02-13 5:35 PM

Thanks for the insight senseless!!! Now I am convinced Marni is my candidate. Anyone that can bounce back from struggle and adversity such as that deserves my vote. Not to mention she is not part of or tied to an organization that would stoop so low as photographing small children without parental consent to make a political point. Marni gets my vote!!!!

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Sep-02-13 9:34 AM

The tone and content of comments posted by Mr Commonsense reminds me of Grandpa Simpson (old man yells at clouds)

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Sep-01-13 8:31 PM

"Hello?", "You think?". No! Not a chance!

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Sep-01-13 6:59 AM

Dumb are us? Or, dumb are you? You say we don't thrive off canals, I say come out of you little shell of an existance and open your eyes. The real estate business does well on water front property. In fact water front property is where the construction market is re-emerging. Leading to good paying jobs for skilled workers. Open your eyes. Senseless.

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Aug-31-13 6:34 PM

Hey senseless!! Pull your head out of the sand and look how many canals are fed by the river. Not to mention the fishing industry. Although not huge in Cape Coral there are guides that run out of the Cape. Not to mention our frenimies in neighboring Pine Island that consist of many who make there living off of local waters. That River is a huge part of our local life. The largest city between Tampa and Miami should have representation there. If for no other reason that to show our neighboring communities we are a large population that doesn't like it. Nothing good is coming from the dumps.

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Aug-31-13 11:05 AM

Uncommonsense: From other of your comments, we know that you do not understand ecology, or realize how important water quality is, but at least consider this point. Cape Coral is part of Lee county and Lee County's largest industry is Tourism. Bad water and it's damages= no tourists=less revenue for asshats like you.

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Aug-30-13 11:57 AM


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Aug-30-13 11:56 AM

Numb, I don't care for you demeaning Otis with that comparison. ****

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Aug-30-13 11:19 AM

I was wondering WHY Mayor Sullivan has not been seen at any of the Okeechobee water dumping Summits until I asked him and he told me that, "he wasn't invited." Hmmm. So I called the two mayors who did go, one from Sanibel & the other from Ft. Myers Beach and asked their secretaries if there was an invitation given out for these Summits and they both replied, "NO," that there was a public announcement via media, and they just went to represent their Cities. Interesting, eh? Here we have the highest elected official in the largest City between Tampa & Miami and he sits waiting for an invitation. Please, VOTE SULLIVAN OUT!

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Aug-30-13 7:13 AM "Hello?"

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Aug-30-13 7:10 AM

Sadly, I did it once, never again. I'm sorry Cape Coral, trying to right that wrong.

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Aug-30-13 5:01 AM

No thanks

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