From the Akron Beacon Journal:
The words “What primary?” never came out of U.S. Rep. Sherrod Brown’s mouth on Monday, but the message was the same.
Brown also kept up the flip flopper argument on Hackett:
The only time Brown mentioned his opponent in the May 2 Democratic Primary — Iraq War veteran and Cincinnati attorney Paul Hackett — was when someone asked Brown to explain the differences between them.
“I don’t know much about the differences in our positions except about the Iraq war. His evolved into a position pretty similar to mine now, but was more supportive […]Full Story... →
How do you neutralize the Ohio blogosphere? How about ignoring it. Tim at BuckeyPolitics.net has a post about yet another Brown campaign miscue as it relates to blogs.
Seems they’ve given an interview to some Jerome Armstrong (da blog fatha!) protege, while still leaving the crickets chirping over at Meet The Bloggers. I guess these guys must be cold sore free…or maybe there is something else going on that we are unclear on – payola maybe? A little dough for softballs action? I didn’t get very far in the interview before words started to jump out […]Full Story... →
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