The Dayton Daily News reports that Ted Strickland has gone after John Kasich over accepting $50k a year from OSU to give roughly a dozen appearances a year for seven years—appearance John Glenn and Rob Portman have done for OSU for free.
I apparently missed this in the initial reporting, but not only did OSU pay Kasich, but they also paid a $20k a year salary for Kasich to have an aide. That aide went to Kasich’s long-time Chief-0f-Staff Don Thibaut.
“It says to me that John Kasich thinks he is a very special person, that the rules […]Full Story... →
Congressman John Boccieri’s Republican opponent announced that he will match dollar for dollar donations made to his campaign until tomorrow night from his “personal fortune.”
How did Jim Renacci make his fortune?
In 1985, Jim entered the healthcare industry, forming LTC Management Services, which owned and operated nursing home facilities throughout Ohio.
That’s right. Jim Renacci’s “personal fortune” came from Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Security.
Oh, and let’s not forget that Renacci’s auto dealership accepted money from “Cash for Clunkers,” too.
Matt Naugle has been blasting the SEIU for help funding the DGA’s ads […]Full Story... →
Been on a two week gauntlet of business travel, but feel I need to comment on this old story about Pat Tiberi being a stimulus hypocrite (among the parade of recent GOP stimulus hypocrites outed lately).
Pat’s my Congressman. Dude pretty much knows how to lay low, go along to get along, and is generally considered a GOP patsy kind of guy. Did it surprise me to hear that while railing against the stimulus bill Pat was also writing letters trying to score some cash for his district? Not one bit. He’ll most likely get away with it too. Voters […]Full Story... →
Andrew Card on 2/4/09:
“There should be a dress code of respect,” Card tells INSIDE EDITION. “I wish that he would wear a suit coat and tie.”
Card is the first member of the Bush administration to bash Obama, and he’s going after him for forgoing a coat and tie.
“The Oval Office symbolizes…the Constitution, the hopes and dreams, and I’m going to say democracy. And when you have a dress code in the Supreme Court and a dress code on the floor of the Senate, floor of the House, I think it’s appropriate to have an expectation that there […]Full Story... →
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