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October 27, 2015

Maybe You CAN Tell Alot About A Guy (Reschenthaler)...From His Friends

In her blog post yesterday about Heather Arnet, the OPJ had a good run-down of her opponent, Guy Reschenthaler:
But you can get to where he stands on some issues by looking at his endorsements which include an anti-choice group and, not one, but two separate pro gun groups (just in case you didn't already know he was a Republican).
But take a look at who else our Guy's been palling around with: Rose Tennant, Rick Saccone, and Sue Means.

Let's go one by one:
Does Guy Reschenthaler support all these crazie religious ideas?  And if he does, do we really think he can represent all of the people of his district?  Christian AND non-Christian?  Believer AND non-believer?

One voter (and that would be me) would like to know.


Zeus0209 said...

You had me at Saccone.

Ol' Froth said...

Appears to be a rather gerrymandered district as well, as it curves northward to take in the wealthy northwestern suburbs like Sewickley, Sewickley Heights, Osbourne, Ohio Twp, Ben Avon and Ben Avon Heights while completely bypassing Coraopolis and Neville Island. Well, at least I'll get to vote for Heather.

Ol' Froth said...

Forgot to add I got some Reschenthaler campaign junk mail yesterday that claimed he knew what was best for public education because he graduated from a public highschool. That's all, because he went to a public school! I'm also a bit concerned about someone who appears to be well qualified for a District Magistrate quitting that job not even midway through his term to run for the senate because he feels he can make more of a difference there. I sense a hidden agenda.

Maria Lupinacci said...

I sense Guy thinks he's destined for bigger things. Also, of course, this is currently a seat held by Dems. It would really suck if it went red.

Maria Lupinacci said...

Interesting map. One of my sisters lives in Scott Township and I was going to tell her to make sure she votes for Heather, but Scott is gerrymandered out of that district.

Ol' Froth said...

Well, I think you have to ask, what is more important? A DM impacts people in a very real way in a very personal relationship. And I actually think that Reschenthaler as an attorney is extremely well qualified for that very important and well paying job, $88,290 a year, guarenteed for a decade! State senate? $85,338.65 for four years. Magistrate pays more over a longer term of I typed, I sense an agenda.