I am writing this letter to Paul Kanjorski to find out how he can live with himself and do anything for his own self gain. Shame on you for bringing Neal and Paul DeAngelo into your battle for re-election.
This is a story about how two people who have learned from their mistakes. Lou Barletta once said, “Every community should have a Neal and Paul DeAngelo in it.” Well, here is why.
Neal and Paul have made it a goal in their lives to help others less fortunate than more people in the world. They have and continue to support and give thousands of dollars to charities that ask for their help.
Serento Gardens, a drug and alcohol rehabilitation center, receives thousands of dollars for the Season of Change event to help people with drug and alcohol addiction.
The American Cancer Society every year receives donations toward their Relay for Life, Daffodil Days and Season of Hope Charity Ball.
Big Brothers and Big Sisters, the Salvation Army, The Second Mile Program for children all benefit from their generosity.
Shame on you Paul Kanjorski for bringing two respected people in their community to your level after all they do to give back to people who need their help.
Shame on you Paul Kanjorski; now Paul’s wonderful wife, who is fighting the battle of her life, has to deal with this. It seems, Paul Kanjorski, you will do anything to win, no matter who you hurt. Shame on you Paul Kanjorski.
I have known Neal and Paul for the past five years. They are going to be upset with me for writing this letter, but I feel in my heart it is the right thing to do. They don’t deserve what you are doing to them and their good name.
The last thing I want to mention to you about Paul and Neal DeAngelo is that years ago, Mother Teresa founded a convent named The Sisters of Charity in Mahanoy City. For the past two years, Neal and Paul have taken care of seven sisters of Mother Teresa’s order. The sisters live in Mahanoy City. They provide transportation, money to purchase food and anything else the sisters need to help them take care of the convent. Paul Kanjorski, talk to the sisters and find out how they feel about Paul and Neal DeAngelo.
The sisters held a retreat in the Bronx recently. There were 40 nuns present for eight days. They said it was the first time that they all had enough to eat for the eight days. They did not have to worry about there not being enough food because of Neal and Paul’s generosity. Shame on you Paul Kanjorski.
Shame on you Paul Kanjorski for bringing two wonderful, caring and most giving individuals who learned from their past mistakes into your selfish world. You obviously do not care what it takes to be re-elected, even if it means hurting innocent people along the way.
Shame on you, Paul Kanjorski.
David Paul Kostic,