Congresswoman Lowey Is Disappointed? Me Too!

 

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To The Editor Rockland Voice
From Robert Rhodes – Chairman Preserve Ramapo

Nita Lowey has recently sent out another one of her “courageous” public relations statements in defense of liberalism.  It includes a suggestion that we communicate where we feel she should fight for progress.  I am sure that many of you also received this communication with a request for a political donation.

Her email reads …….

From: Nita Lowey <info@loweyforcongress.com>
Date: Tue, Dec 16, 2014 at 11:01 AM
Subject: Disappointed? Me Too.

We want to know: what issue do you want to see action on in 2015?  Take our short survey and tell us now

Robert:

When Congress adjourned for the year, millions across the country (myself included!) were disappointed that action wasn’t taken on a number of important issues. I am committed to continuing to fight for our values, and I am not going to let the gridlock slow me down. It’s important to see progress on the issues that all of us care most about.

That’s why I want to know, what do you think is the most important issue for Congress to address next year?

Click here now and let us know where progress is needed most!

Thanks for taking a minute to fill out our quick survey today.

Warmly, Nita

Rhodes

My reply to Congresswoman Lowey is as follows:

Congresswoman Lowey:

Charity begins at home.  Where do we need progress? 

Why don’t you start with some even slight PUBLIC expression of concern with the destruction of the East Ramapo public schools?

Please understand that you will not be forgiven by the lifelong Democrats who see the incredible hypocrisy of a “liberal” who absolutely refuses to defend the poor Black and Brown students whose futures have been sacrificed while you have refused to use your position in congress to fight for them, or even make a public statement in their support.

SHAME!!!

Robert I. Rhodes, Ph.D.,
Chairman, Preserve Ramapo

About Michael N. Hull

Michael N. Hull has lived in Rockland County for 35 years where he writes articles on philosophy and political affairs. Hull has written over 300 articles for New City Patch and Rockland Voice. He is presently a senior editor of the Facebook page Clarkstown: What They Don't Want You To Know and a senior editor of Rockland Voice.

About the Author
Michael N. Hull has lived in Rockland County for 35 years where he writes articles on philosophy and political affairs. Hull has written over 300 articles for New City Patch and Rockland Voice. He is presently a senior editor of the Facebook page Clarkstown: What They Don't Want You To Know and a senior editor of Rockland Voice.

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