Let’s review. There were several major campaign themes the Romney campaign was relying on using as a resume to put in front of the American people in his bid to become President of the United States. The first was his business experience. Romney was supposed to understand the economy and how to get out of the worst recession since the Great Depression. The second was his experience as Governor of Massachusetts. Another seemingly well-timed resume item given the London Olympics was his stint as President & CEO of the Organizing Committee for the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympic Games.
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Sunday marked the 100th day before the general election. This means Ohioans have to brace themselves for another 100 days of misleading attack ads, robocalls, and mailings – all of which will be on steroids this year thanks to Citizens United. I hope the Supreme Court is paying attention. I have to believe at least a few of the justices will realize their decision should be overturned on equal protection and 8th Amendment grounds as they watch Ohioans being subjected to a cruel and unusual punishment for no other crime than living in a swing state.
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