From the daily archives: Thursday, October 26, 2006

From last Friday’s Real Time with Bill Maher…

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I don’t think there is a single thing that comes out of the Ohio GOP office that is in the least bit true.

It is not surprising that Sherrod Brown is enlisting the help of a Hollywood liberal, who like him, is so far out of the mainstream of Ohio values. What is troubling is that Brown would solicit support from someone [Franken] who compared conservatives to Nazis ?who should drink poison and die.?

Problem is, he never said it. Oh, and the photo they attached to the release is photoshopped – heavily.

What was the title of […]

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Odd anti-Cranley ad

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TASERing children? Really?

Take Back Cincinnati has the scoop.

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Nice endorsement from Suburban New Papers here in central Ohio. The papers reach more than 185,000 households.

Although this is Shamansky’s first run for public office in more than 20 years, he still shows a firm grasp of the challenges facing the nation. If Democrats win control of the House on Nov. 7, Shamansky will be a clear, strong voice for change, especially in the Bush administration’s disastrous foreign policies. And since he’s financing his campaign mostly with his own money – to the tune of more than $1 million, he says – Shamansky, who previously served one term in […]

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I can’t say I’m surprised, but polling shows Arab-Americans strongly support Democratic candidates.

?There?s clearly a trend in the Democratic direction and that shows up not only in head to head races, but also in the issues,? said James Zogby. John Zogby pointed out that this constitutes a significant shift, adding, ?From 1996 to 2006, there?s been a party realignment by 12 points among Arab American voters.?

And the numbers? Here’s just a small sample:

If the election for Governor/Senate were held today,
whom would you vote for?


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A report released yesterday ( Ohio college tuition 2nd in nation) reveals that tuition costs at Ohio universities is ridiculously high compared to other states.

When asked what Candidate for Governor Ken Blackwell would do about it, Carlo Loparo, Blackwell’s Campaign Spokesman, gave this cryptic response: “What we see is a variety of redundancies among our institutions, which really drives up costs.”

It doesn’t seem to make a lot of sense until you hear Ken describe it in his own words.

Fortunately, my recent interview with Mr. Blackwell covered this exact […]

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