Ohio bellwether not so interested in ...

Ohio bellwether not so interested in race yet

There are 12 comments on the DispatchPolitics story from Jun 27, 2010, titled Ohio bellwether not so interested in race yet. In it, DispatchPolitics reports that:

Editor's Note: Today, The Dispatch kicks off a once-a-month series looking at Ohio's race for governor through the eyes of voters in five precincts scattered across the state.

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the truth

Heath, OH

#1 Jun 27, 2010
Ted you need to look for a new job and a chicken coop to live in.
liberated

Columbus, OH

#2 Jun 27, 2010
Ohioans are demoralized by having a Governor that ONLY BEGS for money from the federal government to help PROP up less than half of its citizens.

People who actually PAY taxes are never supported or protected. Strickland did it to himself.
the truth

Heath, OH

#3 Jun 27, 2010
liberated wrote:
Ohioans are demoralized by having a Governor that ONLY BEGS for money from the federal government to help PROP up less than half of its citizens.
People who actually PAY taxes are never supported or protected. Strickland did it to himself.
He begs for the money we send to DC which needs to stop and make the fed much smaller, they can't even handle a oil spill and turn away help so they can push cap and tax. Ted is as lame as the left handed hooker in the oval office.
HARRY NUTBRUSH

North Ridgeville, OH

#5 Jun 27, 2010
Kasich is going down. Ted will be right back for another term.

He is an excellent governor and is backed by the National Rifle Association. Ted will win by a landslide.
Bob

United States

#6 Jun 27, 2010
HARRY NUTBRUSH wrote:
Kasich is going down. Ted will be right back for another term.
He is an excellent governor and is backed by the National Rifle Association. Ted will win by a landslide.
Harry, your name is highly suitable! Don't ingest too much Kool Aid, it has a lot of sugar content; you know, I hope, what that can do to you. Keep going Harry and don't take the time to look back, they're gaining on you!
Joe

Helena, OH

#7 Jun 27, 2010
HARRY NUTBRUSH wrote:
Kasich is going down. Ted will be right back for another term.
He is an excellent governor and is backed by the National Rifle Association. Ted will win by a landslide.
Wouldn't put too much weight behind the NRA; they've sold their soul to the devil to cover their behinds from Democrat policies. Don't believe me?
Read it and weep: http://www.americanthinker.com/2010/06/the_nr...
And Ted Strickland is done for, along with all the D's who supported the commander-in-grief.
the truth

Heath, OH

#8 Jun 27, 2010
HARRY NUTBRUSH wrote:
Kasich is going down. Ted will be right back for another term.
He is an excellent governor and is backed by the National Rifle Association. Ted will win by a landslide.
Yea right you need to lay off of the DNC Obama koolaid or crack pal Obama deathcare will hurt you.
Learn More

Johns Island, SC

#9 Jun 27, 2010
Kasich seems like a pretty genuine guy. I like the videos that they have posted on his website. Check out the "Meet John" video: http://blog.kasichforohio.com/...
TICON

Westerville, OH

#10 Jun 27, 2010
My buddies and I are NRA Life Members and combat veterans. We will not be voting for Ted or socialism or marxism or foreign or economic/military aid to anyone, including Europe, Israel, and Haiti. No pathway to citizenship to illegals or regugees.
UNOisTru

United States

#12 Jun 28, 2010
Unfortunately for all of us, most of you seem to believe that you have choose one of the 'lesser of two evils'. As long as you continue to vote for the lesser of two evils, you will continued to be governed (controlled) by evil.

Vote independents into office until the Dems AND the Repubs start representing US!

Educate yourselves, people!

http://www.mateszforohio.com/

http://www.votespisak.org/governor/

http://www.cpofohio.org/vote.html

http://www.ohiogreens.org/

http://www.lpo.org/2010-candidates.html
CSD

Columbus, OH

#13 Jun 28, 2010
They are too busy out looking for jobs because Ted and Barry have failed to provide ideas and leadership in the area of free market economics. Go away Ted.

Since: Sep 09

Dublin, OH

#14 Jun 28, 2010
Why should they be interested in what either candidate is saying?

Neither has said anything worth noting in the campaign so far other than throwing thier feces at each other through the bars of the political cages they have found themselves in.

I don't hate Strickland - I voted for him despite being a Republican (RINO to those around here) and I had high hopes for Kasich when he announced, but neither has shown any reason for someone who would be a long sought after centrist swing voter, to pull the lever for.

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