Watch this poor Fox Toledo reporter try to get John Kasich to talk specifics:
He can’t do it. Four times the reporter asks him, on camera, to give specifics. KasichBot does not compute.
It’s a simple question: instead of talking platitudes and vague buzzwords, tell us what you’re going to do.
You say you’re going to shrink government…. how? Where? Get rid of the Agriculture Department? Jobs and Family Services? Disband the Highways Patrol? If its the overhead you say Ohio needs to cut, then why can’t you tell us where it is?
Florida and […]Full Story... →
Live Primary Election Blog Talk Radio show Tuesday night from 10pm-12am.
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Join us on primary election night for a special internet radio show live here starting at 10 p.m.
We have a few folks calling in, taking questions about their race, and talking about the general election.? Our guests will include:
Governor Ted Strickland (confirmed) U.S. Democratic Senate candidate/Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner (confirmed) Democratic Secretary of State candidate Maryellen O’Shaughnessy (confirmed) Ohio Treasurer Kevin Boyce (confirmed) Ohio House Majority Whip Jay Goyal (D-73) (confirmed) […]Full Story... →
According to the Dayton Daily News, State Inspector General Thomas Charles will issue his report tomorrow on the Highway Patrol’s decision to cancel a planned tobacco “sting” at the Governor’s Mansion because it was a safety risk and tobacco smuggling is not a criminal act.
Despite these obvious facts, everyone in Columbus (especially the Senate Republicans) are expecting that Charles is going to do a hatchet job on the Administration in order to defend the Patrol.? Charles is ex-Patrol, his wife and son still work in the Patrol, and most, if not all, of his key personnel in […]Full Story... →
Sherrod Brown took a few minutes to talk with me tonight. A few readers emailed me with questions and those were asked as well as some on my mind. It was a good talk and I appreciate Sherrod taking the time.
(22:33 5.16 MB MP3)
(Note: I may try to do a transcript later, but don’t really feel there is much value in it so probably won’t)
There is still a bit of a question as to whether or not Congressman Brown really understands blogs and how to interact with them, but I […]Full Story... →
The crew of Meet The Bloggers sat down with Ted Strickland in a local Cleveland coffee house to talk about his campaign for Governor. The streaming audio is available, as is the full transcript (minus the stuff not audible – the guys are working on improving the process).
This is really good stuff and is another way that blogs allow for extended conversations with political candidates. Paul Hackett is up next and Sherrod Brown has been invited but thus far has not committed one way or the other. Maybe Philip has yet to read rule number 9. […]Full Story... →