From the daily archives: Tuesday, October 13, 2009

So I just read that one of the most backwards, homophobic, nasty, ugly, hate-filled conservative groups in Ohio (Citizens for Community Values) had a meeting with the nice folks over at Progress Ohio last week to discuss how they can work together to fight against bringing casinos to Ohio.

This bothers me for SO many reasons. So much so that I?ve decided to give up my self-imposed ban on posting about Issue 3 just this once.

My big pain point here is that CCV is using the same logic to fight the casinos that they used […]

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Twitter Updates for 2009-10-13

On October 13, 2009 By

New GOP site pretty nice actually (despite the Jackie Robinson blunder) Some smart new media types who should be watched # …mocked mercilessly when appropriate, but still watched! 😉 # @ohiodailyfoss did you read that before RTing? in reply to ohiodailyfoss # RT @bradbaumn: wants you to Change the Game, Doesn't want you to know "What up" (H/t @nishachittal) | LOL #

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So Sean Hannity goes on the radio and whines and bitches and demands an apology from the ODP because they ragged on him for doing fund raisers with John Kasich.

ODP Executive Director Doug Kelly comes back with what has to be the best apology ever:

“The Ohio Democratic Party is indeed sorry that Sean Hannity is such a thin-skinned, tea-bagging blowhard who cares more about pumping up his ratings than helping pull America out of the ditch that he, John Kasich, and their fellow-right wingers drove our country into.”

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This remind you of anything?


TruthPAC calls for statewide election board review

(CLEVELAND, OH) – On Monday, when the out-of-state casino developers bankrolling Issue 3 admitted an agent of their campaign committed voter fraud, this was no surprise to Hamilton County law enforcement.

Hamilton County sheriff’s deputies had already dropped grand jury subpoenas on pro-casino forces and seized records from their downtown Cincinnati offices. Reeling, the committee’s chief pointed the finger at one employee of their out-of-state vendor, Fieldworks, Inc.

Suspicious of the developers’ statement, Ohio’s anti-casino campaign called for […]

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