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POST-GAZETTE, APRIL 16, 2010 ,° Page5 Here is a Pair That Can Beat Three of a Kind (Can Even Beat A Full House) Charlie Baker As the old expression goes .... "We are going to hell in hand basket." If you want to support your family, then support Charlie Baker for Governor. It's time to say we are tired of the Patrick administra- tion doing so much spending, taxing, borrowing, and put- ting fees on everything. Yes "we are mad as hell and we are not going to take it any- more!!! The American Revolution began right here in Massa- chusetts ... Let it began again with Charlie Baker leading the charge as Governor. We gave Governor Patrick and his administration the chance he asked for, but he failed us. Just look around, we are losing our homes, jobs, our credit cards are all maxed out, we by Robert Mirabito can hardly pay our bills, Governor Patrick raised the sales tax 25%, added an ad- ditional tax on liquor, pro- posed an additional tax on soft drinks, candy, raised fees on most licenses, even charged $5.00 to walk into a Registry of Motor Vehicle Building, put a fee on park- ing at State Beaches, etc., etc., etc. We are tired of all the back room politics giving friends and family jobs and raises. We need an honest busi- nessman to govern Massa- chusetts ... Yes we need Charlie Baker NOWI When and if Charlie Baker becomes Governor, one of his first issues will be to re- peal the 25% increase on our sales tax (saving every person in Massachusetts a couple of bucks every day). And this is just a start ... Charlie Baker will cut gov- ernment spending, reduce the state payroll, stream line government, reduce the cost of State Healthcare (Mass Health) Insurance, he will install Kiosks at the Regis- try Buildings, so you are in and out in 5 minutes and no charges, and there will be many other moves to help the people of Massachusetts. You see, Charlie Baker has his hand on the pulse of the working people. Very recently it was said how heartbreaking it is for Charlie Baker to ask for money for his campaign be- Richard Tisei cause he understands that many people don't have any money to give to a political candidate and strangely enough, these are the very people who are most effected by government's taxing, toll raising, increasing fees on all licenses. However folks, at the bal- lot box a millionaire only has One vote just like you and I. So it is up to us to pick our next Governor. So please show our state government, show the nation, show our children that we here in Massachusetts don't vote the party, we vote for the best person to do the job. That being said, I say to you Charlie Baker and Rich- ard Tisei ... We will remem- ber you at the ballot box this November. Please don't for- get us at the State House on January 2011 ... PLEASE. US and Canadian Chapters of the Dante Alighieri Society to Hold Conferences The First Conference of the United States and Canadian chapters of the Dante Alighieri Society will be held at the Dante Ali- ghieri Society of Massachu- etts, Pescosolido Building, at 41 Hampshire Street, Cam- bridge, Massachusetts. This is the first of a projected series of conferences of this type designed to introduce new strategies and methods of teaching Italian language and of diffusing knowledge of Italian culture in both countries. Attending the conference will be four officials of the Dante Alighieri Society in Rome, including the Secre- tary General, Dr. Alessandro Masi. Hosts will be the President of the Dante Alighieri Society of Massa- chusetts, Professor Spencer M. Di Scala, the officers of the Society, its Board of Governors and members, and the Italian Consul Gen- eral in Boston, Dr. Liborio Stellino. The program will include talks by Dr. Masi, Silvia Giugni, Director of publi- cations for PLIDA (the Dante Alighieri:s highly regarded Italian language program); practical :::'unique b raincoats and rainboots, umbrellas, backpacks. 1 V Sizes - My first, 2T, 3T, 4T, 415 Boots - 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. stride rite 233 Main Street )air MID for kids Charlestown sandals 617-242-2554 MON-FRI 7:30AM - 6:30PM We're at School & Main Sts. 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