Shame on Trump sign thief

Cecil Whig - - FRONT PAGE -

cit­i­zen means noth­ing to you.

You and your opin­ion pieces are lies and not even wor­thy of the pa­per they are printed on.

FROM: PEGGY JACK­SON ELK­TON

To the in­di­vid­ual(s) who stole the Don­ald J. Trump for Pres­i­dent signs from my yard on Oct. 28: Shame on you!

The signs rep­re­sented who I want for pres­i­dent. This per­son may not be your choice, but he is mine.

First, you tres­passed on my pri­vate prop­erty.

Se­cond, you stole my po­lit­i­cal signs.

Third, you have de­nied my right to free speech.

Now, if you stole the signs for your own front yard since the Trump for Pres­i­dent signs are so hard to ob­tain, I for­give you. If not, shame on you for tak­ing away my right to show my sup­port for the can­di­date I choose for Pres­i­dent of the United States, Don­ald J. Trump. I am ask­ing you to re­mem­ber how party lines mean so lit­tle when it come to our lo­cal elec­tions. What mat­ters most is the rep­u­ta­tion, char­ac­ter, and de­pend­abil­ity of the per­son be­ing elected into of­fice.

I am ask­ing for every­one from all par­ties to sup­port Wayne Tome Sr. as the next county ex­ec­u­tive for Ce­cil County. I have been friends with Wayne since 1979, we have both grown up to­gether in the fire and EMS ser­vice and to this day Wayne Tome still an­swers the call as a vol­un­teer fire­fighter in Ce­cil County.

I know his agenda will be to make Ce­cil County Pub­lic Schools the best sys­tem pos­si­ble, not fourth from the bot­tom as it now is. He will stop the loss of our paramedics and dis­patch­ers, which places Ce­cil County cit­i­zens in dan­ger. He will sup­port and work hard to im­prove ser­vices for the se­nior cit­i­zens, and give us a no-kill an­i­mal shel­ter. Wayne will also be a can­di­date for all peo­ple, no mat­ter what your party is.

He also will work with the Ce­cil County Sher­iff’s Of­fice, and the other po­lice agen­cies that serve Ce­cil County to work hard to con­trol this drug epi­demic. As a 30+ year para­medic, he has wit­nessed it grow over the years and watch lives and fam­i­lies de­stroyed.

Wayne has of­fered to de­bate his op­po­nent and Mr. McCarthy has re­fused. Wayne has served as a county com­mis­sioner, Port De­posit mayor, chief of a fire depart­ment, and his ca­reer has taken him from a para­medic and he has risen to the rank of divi­sion chief. This in it­self is quite an ac­com­plish­ment, and demon­strates the de­pend­abil- ity and in­tegrity Wayne has.

In clos­ing, Wayne was one of the three orig­i­nal plan­ners of the Ce­cil County Depart­ment of Emer­gency Ser­vices’ para­medic pro­gram and along with Frank Muller, Wayne worked tire­lessly with the late State Sen. Bill Amoss to write and lobby for leg­is­la­tion that pro­vides fund­ing for fire de­part­ments across the state.

He also led the bat­tle from Ce­cil County to at­tempt to stop the clo­sure of Har­ford Memo­rial Hospi­tal, which so far has kept their In­ten­sive Care Unit open which was slated to al­ready be closed.

Please vote for proven hard work, and some­one who will work for all of Ce­cil County. who has won that state, al­though as we have seen in re­cent Bri­tish elec­tions, they are not to be re­lied upon. The first pro­jec­tions are from East Coast states. There may be a dozen states where it’s too close to call based on exit polls, and in those states the TV net­works will make no pro­jec­tion and we will have to wait for the ac­tual re­sults.

We need to stop look­ing at vot­ing a party in and start look­ing at vot­ing for some­one with com­mon sense and not part of the es­tab­lish­ment, as it seems all po­lit­i­cal peo­ple are just that. They are all gov­ern­ment-con­trolled, bought and paid for. We need some­one not afraid to fight that and be our voice. We need to stand with them to get back many of the free­doms we have lost and stand to lose more if we con­tinue in the same path!

Let’s get out there and vote your con­science.

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