Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Carmen Robinson: Should Be Pittsburgh's Next Mayor

If I lived in the city any more, and someone gave me $500,000 cash under the table to switch parties to Democrat, I'd vote for Carmen Robinson for Mayor.

Consider this the first endorsement of the new election cycle.

According to her website, Carmen was born and raised in the City of Pittsburgh, by blue collar parents Alfred and Linda Robinson. Carmen’s father was drafted during Vietnam, worked at J & L Steel and last employed by the Pittsburgh Fire Department for 31 years. Unfortunately, he has passed on. Carmen’s Mother, a laborer, is retired from H. J. Heinz.

Carmen is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree with a specialization in the Administration of Criminal Justice.

Carmen was a police officer, who was promoted to sergeant in 1995. She later became an attorney. She met Pope John Paul II when she was in Vatican City studying Canon and Roman law.

Carmen is a member of NOW, attends Baptist Church and is a loving and devoted family woman.
Credentials scare the crap out of Democrats in the city of Pittsburgh. This is clearly the most decorated woman the city has run for any position in decades. Oh yea, she's African American and gorgeous.

She doesn't stand a chance. That's why I support her. Go Carmen!


Matt H said...

No thanks!

Mark Rauterkus said...

Tom, did you move out of the city?

Thomas Leturgey said...

Yep. Moved late last year. To be close to my son in the Keystone Oaks School District.