Sunday, October 18, 2009

Chuck Caputo's Gets Desperate

Chuck Caputo's internal poll numbers must not be looking very good, he's lowered himself to deceiving voters....

In a mailer delivered to voters on October 17, 2009, Chuck Caputo asserted that a company Jim LeMunyon co-founded in 1996, Sterling Semiconductor, failed to pay taxes, was sued for not paying bills, and “went bankrupt.”

There is one important fact Chuck overlooked: Jim and other investors sold Sterling Semiconductor in May 2000. In part because of the tragedy of September 11, 2001, the NEW OWNERS ran into financial trouble in late 2001 and 2002. Incredibly, Chuck Caputo wants to blame Jim!

For as long as Jim LeMunyon had financial responsibility for Sterling Semiconductor, every bill was paid.

The story has a happy ending. Sterling Semiconductor was sold in 2003 to the Dow Corning Corporation, and has been doing business under the Dow Corning name ever since. See for yourself at You will be forwarded to the Dow Corning website and see several advanced technology products, originally developed at Sterling Semiconductor, for hybrid and electric vehicles and wireless communications applications. All making the world a better place. And not something that looks very “bankrupt.”

If Chuck had a voting record he was proud of or a list of things he's accomplished for the 67th District, you would think he'd run on that. But like most democrat incumbents, he has to lie about or defend his voting record and his accomplishments. Hey, maybe chuck can tell us what the afl cio and other in state out of state unions expect for their support.

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