Rosenblatt Smear Evidences the Role of the FOP and a Strong Reason to Vote Against Sanabria

I don’t know a thing about Mr. Rosenblatt’s financial history, except for the very nasty, twisted political mailer, financed by the police union FOP, that we got in the mail in the last few days.

A careful reading of the mailer indicates that what happened to Mr. Rosenberg is happening to a not insignificant percentage of the county population in the thousands of foreclosures and bankruptcies.

It is not so much the mailer or Mr. Rosenblatt’s financial history that is a concern (I have not candidate at this time), but the certain arrogance of the representatives of our police that have carried out this sickening campaign.

No doubt the the police are afraid to lose their excessive pensions, salaries and other benefits.

And be sure now that you cannot count on Mr. Sanabria to vote for any changes in these excessive salaries, pensions and other benefits.

What says Mr. Sanabria about the smear against one of the candidates?

About Stephen E. McGaughey
International consultant in economic development programs and projects

3 Responses to Rosenblatt Smear Evidences the Role of the FOP and a Strong Reason to Vote Against Sanabria

  1. Pingback: Coral Gables Police Union Paid for Attack Mailers | Discourse.net

  2. SMcG says:

    It is not the problem, but how you present it. None of the candidates are saints, I guess, so to me this type of information is directed to distort the truth, what ever it is. I am not defending Rosenblatt, but I do want to defend the election process in the “city beautiful.”

  3. Just Sayin' says:

    What’s more important in evaluating a candidate: that he supposedly bankrolled a negative (but truthful) mailer, OR that he was arrested for embezzlement (never convicted, but did pay restitution) and declared bankruptcy? I’m not voting for either candidate, but the argument that the former is a greater offense than the latter seems a bit off.

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