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Obama Redux

November 7, 2012

At about 11:14pm last evening, Fox News called Ohio for Obama.  Only being a matter of time before the gig was up and Obama’s reelection was official, I subsequently went to bed with a splitting headache and a deep sense of foreboding about the direction the American people are choosing to go.  I’ve spent the [...]

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Clinton Hits Obama Record at Campaign Event

October 18, 2012

Campaigning for Romney Obama with Bruce Springsteen in Ohio today, Bill Clinton said this: Here’s the text, just in case you needed to experience that in another medium: Governor Romney’s argument is ‘we’re not fixed, so fire him and put me in.’ It is true, we’re not fixed. When President Obama looked into the eyes [...]

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Dems Pick Fight Over Early Voting for Military in Ohio

August 5, 2012

The Obama campaign and the Ohio Democrats are filing a lawsuit against an Ohio law allowing members of the military to cast an early-voting ballot until the day before Election Day.  Granted, the cut-off day for everyone else is three days before the election, but due to the erratic schedules of some military personnel the [...]

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Unions Strike Back, Dems Take Sides

February 22, 2011

We all know that through their proxies in the Democrat Party the public employee unions have halted legislative action in Wisconsin.  But now Indiana can’t move similar legislation either!  In both cases, a specific number of Democrat legislators have literally fled their respective states to those controlled by Democrat governors to postpone their inevitable fetching [...]

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An Obama Presidency Will Bankrupt Coal

November 3, 2008

To all readers in the coal states of Indiana, Ohio, and Pennsylvania.  Obama wants to bankrupt your industry through his proposed cap-and-trade system.  Obama made these statements in an interview with the San Francisco Chronicle, proving once again that he says one thing in San Francisco, and another thing in Scranton.  The buzz on this is quite high, [...]

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The Ground Game is On!

November 2, 2008

One of the big reasons Bush won in both 2000 and 2008 was a successful Get-out-the-vote ground game.  Jim Geraghty at National Review Online’s campaign spot posted some notes from his mentor, known as “Obi-Wan Kenobi”, who has some insights into how the ground game is going in the battleground states.  The notes should help [...]

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Ohio Secretary of State Violates Election Law

October 10, 2008

A Federal Judge has ruled that Ohio Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner (D-OH) has repeatedly violated federal election law by not validating the identifications of those registered to vote.  The judge ordered Brunner to cross-check new registrations against the State Department of Motor Vehicle Database and/or the Federal Social Security Database.  Brunner is refusing to comply and [...]

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Stealing Ohio

October 1, 2008

In Ohio, it is now possible to register to vote AND immediately vote for President this week.  The Secretary of State of Ohio, Democrat Jennifer Brunner, pushed this because of pressure from Lefties on college campuses — the young skulls-full-of-mush are the least reliable voting bloc because they don’t get out of bed in time [...]

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Democrats Attempt Ohio Voter Suppression

September 24, 2008

Despite all of the talk, it has been well documented that there was no evidence of voter suppression of Democrats, minorities, or others in 2000 by the Republicans or Bush Campaign, although there was a concerted effort to suppress military absentee ballots by the Gore campaign.  Now, in 2008, the Ohio Democrat Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner [...]

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Ryan’s VP Endorsement: A Seconding of John Kasich

August 25, 2008

Let me explain.  Sarah Palin’s been the flavor of the week because she’s conservative, female, and a new face on the scene.  But what has she really accomplished of significance with national or regional implications that makes her qualified to be one heart-beat away from being President?  What aid does Alaska’s Governor give the national ticket [...]

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Obama’s Media Blues

March 4, 2008

The voting hasn’t yet wrapped in Texas, Ohio, Vermont or Rhode Island, but it is likely that Obama will win enough delegates tonight to turn the establishment against She Who Must Not Be Named by the time Pennsylvania comes around.  I hope not — I love watching the Democrat in-fighting! However, at the same time it’s been [...]

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