The Blackwell campaign tends to focus on one this at a time. And this week that’s trying to get people to think Ted Strickland is somehow similiar to disgraced Republican Congressman Mark Foley.

I guess they really thought Ken could pull off that NAMBLA accusation during the last debate.

He couldn’t- and it totally backfired.

So now they have Jerome Corsi trying to give their paraplegic story some new legs.

Corsi, co-author of the anti-Kerry swift boat book “Unfit for Command” and all around unlikeable guy, has written an article about three of the “leading Ohio moral conservatives” (ha ha – one of them is Scott Pullins) who are calling for Ted to drop out of the race for Governor.

So THIS is what happens when you are 20-30 points down in the polls and it’s 3 weeks until election day.

  • Brian

    Unbelievable. Most of those “unanswered questions”, have, in fact, been answered. And I love the oft-repeated implications that Strickland is both gay and a pedophile.

    Even then, the staffer with the conviction was neither gay nor a pedophile – he was an exhibitionist, which is different.

  • Good point.

    It seems that Ken Blackwell also admitted to hiring an ex-exhibitionist when he spoke at the state fair and mentioned the former Lamb & Wool Queen that worked on his staff.

  • dirtgirl

    Speaking of the Foley connection, it’s worth pointing out that Foley voted “Yes” on the bogus congressional resolution regarding adult-child sex that Blackwell criticizes Ted for opposing.

    Clearly, Mark Foley wants to protect our kids more than Ted Strickland.

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  • Cut out the paraplegic jokes. That’s extremely insensitive of you.

  • Joseph

    Thank you, Nix Guy, for helping advance this discussion.

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