Just got an email from the Hackett campaign. Sent specifically to bloggers. So maybe they were listening when I said they needed to use those registrations already! Or maybe the timing makes it look that way – let me feel important, would ya?
I’m not clear if it is a blogger only event, but there will be a conference call with Hackett’s wife. The thing that struck me is this:
Tomorrow we are going to try something different here at the Hackett Campaign and we want to give our friends on the blogosphere first dibs.
Kudos. Exactly what […]Full Story... →
or at least what they’re searching for: Integrity. So says HfA and a new look into the most searched for words online. Topping the list is Integrity. Followed by:
Refugee: not just an offshore phenomenon Contempt: is what we feel for our elected leaders Filibuster: we’ll do it if we have to Insipid: is how we feel after listening to Scott Mclellan Tsunami: wtf was THAT? Pandemic: from birds? for real? Conclave: what’s the white smoke for again? Levee: didn’t led zeppelin warn us? Inept: which one?
I have an idea. How about the ODP run Integrity like a […]Full Story... →
I have two burning questions: 1. Why can’t Republicans write good music? And 2. Why is Bushco propoganda so damned funny? I like to think I have a pretty good sense of comedy, but I could never make shit up this good. Remember the horrid Bush was right song? (If not, it’s well worth checking out) Well, they’ve done it again. This time to the tune of the purple finger:
[Just hit the play button again to pause…you’re gonna want to!]
LMAO! Brought to you by Purple Finger for Freedom. The webaganda […]Full Story... →
The Senate, scheduled to meet Tuesday afternoon, was to approve a change allowing voters’ current driver’s licenses to be allowed as identification even if a person’s address was different than the one on the license, Senate Bill Harris said.
Wish I could get down to the meeting, if you do let me know.Full Story... →
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My name is State Representative John Boccieri (D-New Middletown) and I’m a legislator near Youngstown. I’m also a C-130 pilot who returned from my last rotation a few weeks ago in Operations Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom, and my unit will be demobilized this month.
As I return to the Statehouse and my legislative duties, I’m so disgusted to be met with the majority party’s answer for election reform. I flew the Iraqi Governing Council, members of our military who specialize in International Elections, and private groups who were fighting to ensure there were fair […]Full Story... →
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