Remember where Ney recently announced his bid for re-election amid a cloud of scandal and corruption? Tuscarawas County Republican Party headquarters in Dover. Which is right next to a “consumer lending” business. The juxtaposition is priceless.
From The Columbus Dispatch:
More than 100 supporters gathered at party headquarters for Ney?s campaign kickoff, and nary a one mentioned the signs outside. But across the street, protester Robert Danco, of New Philadelphia, took note. “That?s appropriate,” he said.Full Story... →
Ugh. This is really boring. Not only that, but the idiot plays into the hands of the Republicans by using the tired ass War on Terror frame. Earth to Tim and company: there IS no war on terror! Damn it. No wonder we lose.
Who the hell picked this guy? He’s parroting Bush and not saying much other than “Hey, we respectfully disagree”…we don’t need Mister Rogers.
Argh…he just said family farms. Ever hear of a ship that has sailed Tim?
Skip the Kaine blather and read the Hackett response. I’d love to hear me some Hackett […]Full Story... →
Addicted to Rhetoric: Bush’s State of the Union
Senate Candidate Calls President Out for Empty Rhetoric
Cincinnati, OH — Paul Hackett, Iraq War veteran and Democratic candidate for Senate in Ohio, responded this evening to President Bush?s State of the Union address.
ADDICTED TO OIL?
The President said America is addicted to oil and far too energy dependent.
Paul Hackett said, ?A former oil executive telling us we are addicted to oil is like a tobacco company executive complaining that their employees take too many smoke breaks. Exxon made […]Full Story... →
Not liveblogging, but close. Following are my thoughts as I listened in on the SOU speech tonight. Call it haiku coverage. Blink journalism. Here goes:
Wondering what war hero or mother of a killed infantryman will be present tonight. Always hated that days of our lives strategy.
Opens with King comments…nice. Almost a must, but still a good move. Brings back memories of New Orleans.
Actually pronounced the word rostrum correctly! Sweet George!
Civil tone he wants…LOL. Goodwill and respect for others – gotta love it.
George really needs a better comb…got bed head. Talking about securing peace, […]Full Story... →
from Hackett For Ohio:
Cincinnati, OH – Paul Hackett, Iraq War veteran and Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate, released the following statement today regarding the confirmation of Justice Samuel Alito to the Supreme Court.
“Today’s confirmation of Judge Alito to the Supreme Court is not in the best interests of the United States, and will tilt the Court far to the right. Judge Alito is not a fitting replacement for Justice O’Connor,” Hackett said. “During his confirmation hearings Justice Alito did little to address the fears many mainstream Americans have that he would use his position on the bench […]Full Story... →
I can’t say it any better than this, so won’t try:
Coretta Scott King passed away. The other day, I commented that I couldn’t know what it was like for Teddy Kennedy to see his brothers killed for their beliefs. For Mrs. King to have her husband murdered was unjust in the truest sense of the word. That she could carry on his work is laudable, and our country is better for it.Full Story... →
Voting yes to end the debate on the Alito nominatin, effectively ending a filibuster:
Akaka, Hawaii; Baucus, Mont.; Bingaman, N.M.; Byrd, W.Va.; Cantwell, Wash.; Carper, Del.; Conrad, N.D.; Dorgan, N.D.; Inouye, Hawaii; Johnson, S.D.; Kohl, Wis.; Landrieu, La.; Lieberman, Conn.; Lincoln, Ark.; Nelson, Fla.; Nelson, Neb.; Pryor, Ark.; Rockefeller, W.Va.; Salazar, Colo.
Remember the names, folks. They gave you the changing face of the modern Supreme Court.
Also, remember this little gang.
I’m sure they will all now vote against his final confirmation tomorrow knowing it is a throw away vote and will have “done their jobs”…cowards. So […]Full Story... →