Let’s honor ourselves by voting for Randall Olsen

Adam Kinzinger says he’s honored to represent the 16th District.

Honored — for avoiding us, unable to justify his actions and inactions? We learn lists of things he wants done — that coincide with ours — but he rejects bills that’ll do it because something he wants is missing. Moving forward — through legislative compromise — is a means he rejects.

The GOP remains disjointed, can’t decide what it wants to be. We’re too used up and frazzled to wait.

Randall Olsen will work to resolve America’s assorted problems. Putting Americans back to work with more-than-adequate wages regains harmony. Consumers run the economy, and when the majority of us have increased spendable dollars, businesses flourish, jobs increase, communities rebuild, and financial independence returns pride in oneself. Tax revenues increase, fixing what’s neglected.

Randall is energized from meeting us, learning what we believe can be accomplished. Eager to honor us with his efforts in D.C., he welcomes continuing input.

We’ll rarely hear the usual talking points since Randall speaks from his heart — what set him on the path he’s traveled from the start.

America can’t become what we’d cherished until the “us against them” — dividing us in unimaginable ways — becomes a distant memory, and we can truly be proud to be Americans again.

Make us proud by voting for Randall.

Julie Kiefer-Bell
DeKalb, Illinois

From the Oct. 29-Nov. 4, 2014, issue

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4 thoughts on “Let’s honor ourselves by voting for Randall Olsen

  • October 29, 2014 at 3:39 pm
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    I’ll vote for ANYONE opposing Kinzinger…..who has done NOTHING for his constituents OR his country. I regret that I ever voted him into office in the first place!!!

  • November 1, 2014 at 9:04 am
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    From the comment before mine, apparently Kinzinger was elected by just one almost retired person. Is this the Randy Olson who is a double-dipper in Winnebago County?

  • November 2, 2014 at 8:28 pm
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    Dan, since both the 1st & 2nd names of the person you inquired about & Randall Olsen’s are different, I would think the answer to your question would be no.
    Here’s Olsen’s campaign website so you can view how his background differs from, or coincides with, whatever it is you attribute to the Randy Olson you mentioned: “Randall Olsen – Democratic Candidate for the 16th District of Illinois” – http://www.electrandallolsen.com/
    BTW, Dan – if All-Talk-And-No-Action” Adam Kinzinger had ever personally worked for the benefit of residents & business owners of the 16th & 11th Districts since first elected Nov of ’10, political moderates such as I wouldn’t have been encouraging strong candidates from BOTH parties to oppose his reelection, since his first term. Such as David Hale? No.
    How was it possible – for Repubs in the 16th to have chosen him vs. Manzullo?

  • November 3, 2014 at 7:19 am
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    Kinzinger represents constituents in his district every week just before the election.

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