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Just in case you missed it.  Also, note the second part of the initial footage in which […]

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(HT: Think Progress)

Here’s some video from yesterday’s unofficial debate between John Boccieri and his opponent at his opponent’s “town hall” event.

The federal government needs to get out of the way and have local governments on civil rights.  Says its not a federal issue…

RENACCI: […] A lot of the problems you’re talking about are local issues. And I’m also a firm believer that the federal government and our Constitution was based on freedom, and was based on the freedoms that our number one goal of our military is freedom. We need to get our federal government […]

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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 […]

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I am still in a state of total shock about the Cavs, so don’t even ask.? However, Akron has given the Ohio blogosphere one of its finest voices on the left, and after an extended on and off absence, it appears Pho is back, and swinging for the fences, as usual.

But more fundamentally than that, if GM hadn’t made the “deal with Uncle Sam” Renacci would have lost his franchise anyway because?there wouldn’t be a GM any more. The choice wasn’t between a bailout and running the company a different way, it was between a bailout and no […]

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