7:00pm – Russell asks about Iraq. Bob: Gotta fix the government. Blunder got us in…bungle as we’ve been there.
Tim asks about Bob’s background…he starts at birth in 1927 and is going from there – LOL. Funny. Bob talks about his many travels and how it has helped him see things differently. Been to 87 countries!
7:19pm – George asks about his strong economic footing idea on his website. Bob talks about Medicare Part B not being able to buy in bulk. Bob knows…he’s eligible!
7:39pm – Bob talks about how his age relates to the campaign and why […]Full Story... →
OK, liveblogging sucks. I will add stuff if something is exciting…but will be on the shoutbox too.
6:08pm – talking about Iraq war. Zack wants phased pullout, but Iraq and Middle East is critical to our national security. Using arrogance of power will not work. Need a new way of handling Iraq.
6:20pm – talking abortion as it relatest to stem cell research. Zach has a good view. pro-choice, but takes life very seriously…basically respects pro-life views and thinks their energy should be directed toward preventing unwanted pregnancy.
6:30pm – Asked the mfg. job question. Globalization is here to […]Full Story... →
John Swords is up first today. Comment or shoutbox your questions.
Campaign site (needs work, yeah): http://www.swordsforcongress.com
4:42pm – bio, etc.
Russell – asks about Iraq. delicate situation. need to pull out. sent in on misleading pretenses. out 100% in 4 years….but not immediate.
follow-up: how is training troops different from vietnam? john says iraq more committed to democracy.
Russo asks about his peaceful partition idea. john not that familiar…Tim tells him about it. john agrees the division is happening. john says he supported war in 2003 based on what was given. he trusted the administration…would have voted […]Full Story... →
Hey all! I just put up a new shoutbox tool for people to use at the site. It’s on the right just under the tip hat. You remember the tip hat, right?
I wanted to have a way that site visitors could fire off live questions or quick reminders during Meet The Bloggers…as well as just a cool way to say hey once in a while. Check it out and let me know what you think. I haven’t spent any time on formatting it really, just threw it up.
Remember to check the site tonight from 4:30pm – 8:00pm, where […]Full Story... →
On Wednesday, March 1st, 2006, in Annapolis at a hearing on the proposed Constitutional Amendment to prohibit gay marriage, Jamie Raskin, professor of law at AU, was requested to testify.
At the end of his testimony, Republican Senator Nancy Jacobs said: “Mr. Raskin, my Bible says marriage is only between a man and a woman. What do you have to say about that?”
Raskin replied: “Senator, when you took your oath of office, you placed your hand on the Bible and swore to uphold the Constitution. […]Full Story... →
Unless the sports bar I’m in has wifi, there won’t be much posting from me today. This is a personally recognized national holiday – the kickoff to the NCAA tournament. For all those true “blue” buckeyes out there, I have your team winning it all. Just not gonna be Kentucky’s year – although if they decide to blow my bracket up that will be fine!
I will be blogging later via wifi at Scotty McBean in Worthington, where we’ll be doing Meet The Bloggers with 3 different candidates:
4:30pm – John Swords
6:00pm – Zack Space
7:00pm – […]
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