Mitt Romney will be in Ohio tomorrow for his first visit to The Buckeye State for the 2012 Presidential Cycle.  He’ll be in Pataskala visiting Screen Machine Industries as well as fundraisers in both Columbus and Cleveland.

Let’s all welcome this Wolverine fan, shall we?

Can I get an OH?

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  • Josh Osborne

    Romney is terrible, but at least he has good taste in college football teams. Go Blue!

  • duck!

  • Anonymous

    What a failed life you’ve lived.
    My condolences.
    Go Bucks!

  • Anonymous

    Mittens dad was the fomer gov. of Michigan.

  • Anonymous

    While I look forward to this site each and every day and think that Plunderbund is by far the best Ohio political blog out there, as a Michigan alum I find stuff like this hard to take.  I know it is in good humor and in the end we all have the same goals, but I really wish a little more tolerance could be shown.

    Before you get ready with your witty responses, keep in mind that I just finished funding a four year adventure at OSU for my son.  So I have probably given more money to OSU than most of you.

    Thanks again, Plunderbund, and I would love to show Mitt the welcome he deserves.

  • Thanks for the kind words, Bob!  Yes.  All in good fun.  Hell, I’m from Kentucky and I’m a Steelers fan.  You wanna see good fun?  Wait until Modern and I start going at it during football season.  😉

  • Anonymous

    And he was a liberal republican.  

  • Anonymous

    “I’m from Kentucky” – STRIKE ONE!
    “I’m a Steelers fan” – STRIKE TWO!
     

  • haha. married an OSU alum +1. Founder of Plunderbund +2. I got a strike to spare!

    Heard it all before. 😉

  • Fotogirlcb2002

    Great –just what we needed another republican in this state! They are starting early — long  long  season –campaign season I mean– lol 

  • Fotogirlcb2002

    Great –just what we needed another republican in this state! They are starting early — long  long  season –campaign season I mean– lol 

  • Madison County

    At least Mittens isn’t an SEC fan; I’ve seen enough of those guys for a long while.  At least until they are under NCAA investigation.  I remember about 15-20 years ago, this Buckeye alum was thinking of wearing a maize & blue sweatshirt.  “The seasons pass, the years will roll…”

  • Madison County

    At least Mittens isn’t an SEC fan; I’ve seen enough of those guys for a long while.  At least until they are under NCAA investigation.  I remember about 15-20 years ago, this Buckeye alum was thinking of wearing a maize & blue sweatshirt.  “The seasons pass, the years will roll…”

  • Rob

    I O

  • We have a winner! +1,000 Internets

  • Anonymous

    “I’m from Kentucky . . . ”

    I feel your pain. 

  • Green Iris

    What is a liberal republican? Is that a  mythical  creature like unicorns, living wage jobs, and conservatives who aren’t obsessed with sex?

  • Pragmatic_one

    Hoke and Change.

  • I can’t really change it and overall very proud of where I’m from…though the people and political views do disappoint me often. sigh.

  • Between breaking scandals of various and sordid natures and in depth analysis of the fraud being perpetrated against our state, I’m glad you guys still find the time for good old fashioned populist mud-chucking.

    🙂

  • Anonymous

    Long, long ago, before Richard Nixon embarked on his Southern Strategy, the Republican party had people in it who were called “Liberals”.  They were against the war in Vietnam, supported Civil Rights and the Voting Act, the ERA, and all kinds of things that you would associate with regular people.  In fact, it was the Democratic party that had more conservatives in it, especially from the South.

    After Nixon told these conservative democrats that he had room for them in his tent, the two parties more or less flipped each other.  All of those Southern democrats who supported FDR so they could get rural electrification, agricultural subsidies, highways, and federal jobs, sites, and military bases, jumped at the chance to receive government largess but vote against libruls.  And I don’t have the time or space to go into what the blue-collar voters did in the north, but lets just say that screwing with their schools was a great way to push them into the GOP.

    So there you have it.  Long, long ago, in country that resembled ours, we had liberal republicans, some of them respected leaders with large numbers of supporters.

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