The best indicator that Republicans would rather face Lee Fisher in 2010 than Jennifer Brunner is the fevered rush by Ohio’s right wing blog nutcases to declare Brunner’s campaign dead.? Witness former John Kasich staffer, current and career-long suckling of the government teat, Jon Keeling, who blogs from his Homeland Security paid for computer precisely that declaration.

…Brunner is toast….

…End story? Brunner continues to slightly trail Fisher. This means she’s toast….

…Brunner has little to no shot…

…that’s ridiculously bad news for Brunner….

Tell us what you really think, Jon!? Are you able to adjust that taxpayer funded nervous tick to say Brunner is toast 8 times in one blog post instead of 4?? You can do better than that!? Come on, I like a good circus act.

  • modernesquire

    He actually PROVES my earlier point about Fisher's numbers being misleading:
    “This money advantage is the tool needed to define Fisher's record – not only as the Lt. Governor in a failed Administration, but also as the Director of Development. Portman will show Ohioans that under Fisher's direct leadership, Ohio's economic development effort was a massive failure, with hundreds of thousands of jobs lost. “

    He can say Brunner is toast all he wants. Virtually nothing in his post actually supports that conclusion. What we both seem to agree with is that if anyone is toast, it's Lee.

    I'm surprised a conservative who used to live in Ohio so quickly forgot that a former Republican Lt. Governor lost her statewide office to a primary challenge to a virtual unknown despite a massive name recognition and financial advantage just as recently as 2006.

  • modernesquire

    He actually PROVES my earlier point about Fisher's numbers being misleading:
    “This money advantage is the tool needed to define Fisher's record – not only as the Lt. Governor in a failed Administration, but also as the Director of Development. Portman will show Ohioans that under Fisher's direct leadership, Ohio's economic development effort was a massive failure, with hundreds of thousands of jobs lost. “

    He can say Brunner is toast all he wants. Virtually nothing in his post actually supports that conclusion. What we both seem to agree with is that if anyone is toast, it's Lee.

    I'm surprised a conservative who used to live in Ohio so quickly forgot that a former Republican Lt. Governor lost her statewide office to a primary challenge to a virtual unknown despite a massive name recognition and financial advantage just as recently as 2006.

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