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08-20-2008, 05:56 AM
15th District voters have another option

Columbus Dispatch
August 18, 2008

Dispatch Senior Editor Joe Hallett predicts that others will turn the race for the 15th Congressional District into something smelly ("Two solid candidates head into a race that others will turn sour," Forum column, Aug. 3). He commented that this particular race is "one of the most competitive and closely watched in the country," and concluded: "On Election Day, the names Kilroy and Stivers on the ballot will give voters in the 15th a choice of two fine candidates. It's too bad the voters probably will be holding their noses by then."

I am already holding my nose from the odor of old media desperately hanging onto last century's two-party system. There is a third solid candidate in this race who never gets mentioned: Mark M. Noble. What kind of choice are we offered by the "two solid candidates"?

Kilroy, a career liberal with "more than a million dollars in union (campaign) money," or Stivers, "a lobbyist-turned-corporate-toady. . . . more interested in corporate special interests than helping Ohio families."

Together, these Republicrat candidates plan to waste about $5 million in advertising to convince us to just hold our noses one more time and vote for one of them.

Noble, the chairman of the Franklin County Libertarian Party, is on this ballot for representative of Ohio's 15th Congressional District, but there is not even a whiff that anyone else is running -- just two more of the same old smelly same-old.

There also is a Libertarian presidential option on the ballot in November: Bob Barr, a former representative from Georgia. He is smart and serious about the changes that are needed to correct the misguided notions that are running this country into the smelly two-party Republicrat dirt, but you would never know it from reading the only newspaper in this town.


08-20-2008, 04:39 PM
Good luck Mark!

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08-29-2008, 10:00 AM
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