Anthony got the first piece of what I suspect will be a flood of stock photo filled, cookie cutter, demographic box checking, mind numbingly vapid mail from the Lee Fisher campaign.? Not only was it all of the above – Anthony noticed this, which I must apologize to Anthony for saving and posting here, it’s just too good a photoshop.? And I thought the funniest thing was Lee holding a welding mask like he’s in a Devo video….silly me.? Can these people do a single thing right?Full Story... →
At what point does the Dispatch lose all journalistic credibility?
The entire “bust” at the Governor’s Mansion started by a letter intercepted by the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections written by an inmate to his wife.? Nobody disputes this.
According to my sources familiar with the letter (i.e. people who actually have SEEN the document), the letter refers to the contraband as a “six pack” and even discussed the price he obtain for getting the item in the prison.
At the time, officials at the DRC informed the Highway Patrol investigating the matter that the term “six pack” is […]Full Story... →
Keeling on Twitter yesterday:
I assume Barton was talking about the cost of the bill over ten years, and not how much it reduce the deficit during that period.
Regardless, he’s wrong on both aspects.
According to the Washington Post, the CBO scoring shows the reconciliation version of health care bill:
will cost $940 billion over the first 10 years and reduce the deficit by $130 billion during that period.
This bill is not only fully paid for, but it […]Full Story... →
You know, I used to think that “Scoop” Keeling was just a Kasich hack, but I’m starting to wonder if he’s just an idiot.
Today, Keeling joined Matt Naugle in pushing the latest Josh Mandel press release against State Treasurer Kevin Boyce.? In this latest installment of “I really don’t know anything about the office I seek”, Mandel alleges that Boyce is holding up state banking contracts as a way to raise more money for his campaign.
Except that both Mandel, Naugle, and Keeling ignore the fact that the decision to delay the awarding the contracts […]Full Story... →