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Letters: Vernon Parker not a career bureaucrat

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Posted: Sunday, August 22, 2010 10:00 am

A former U.S. attorney, who represented Vernon Parker before the Small Business Administration, set the record straight for Ben Quayle concerning accusations he made about Vernon’s dealings with the SBA. He asked the campaign to cease and desist any further spreading of false information through any media outlet. It appears Quayle will do anything to keep Vernon from winning the congressional race! 

Another act of desperation was Quayle electing to use the word “boy” in the statement – “national poster boy” as oppose to national poster child, a familiar platitude. Quayle played to the racial appetite of the people. As a volunteer, I’ve been making campaign calls for Vernon and recently had a man say, “We already have a black man in the Capitol, we don’t need another.”

Vernon does not aspire to be a career Washington bureaucrat. He wants a footprint on restoring faith in America; that is, passionately and vociferously fighting for the creation of factors of production, private consumption and elimination of bureaucratic budget sink holes. He’ll deliver results to his constituents. So, Vernon Parker is that lone standout in CD-3, and electable; that’s the reason the Quayle campaign is behaving so badly.

Ray Torres, Scottsdale

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