“Very well paid, underworked ”

Since: Feb 10

Columbus

#42 Oct 15, 2010
Personal experience with the OAG leaves me no choice but to vote him out.

Since: Nov 09

Columbus OH

#44 Oct 15, 2010
Richard Cordray is more qualified
UC MOM

Mansfield, OH

#45 Oct 15, 2010
WE NEED CHANGE!
brill

Waverly, OH

#46 Oct 16, 2010
Just the Facts wrote:
Cordray is a lap poodle for union bosses. Just the Facts. He costantly bows to corrupt union bosses. He does not represent Ohio Working Families.
you are so stupid if more of ohios working families were in unions we would be way better off. read your history books please the unions created the middle class. why do you think the rich mega corporations hate them so much and turn ignorant people against the unions when in fact the unions have always fought for workers' rights. wall street does not have americas future in mind

Since: Jun 10

Location hidden

#47 Oct 16, 2010
Mike DeWine knows that Obamacare is unconstitutional and is the steeping stone for a debtor’s prison system in the US and he will bring an end to it. Mike served his people of southwest Ohio very well, no, he's not perfect but he's not a role over and play dumb man either.

Cordray refused to investigate Gene Kelly and the Clark County coward’s office when my business was robbed even with eyewitness statements out the wazoo. Refused because the chump was retired from the Air Force and Catholic, sounds like a chump of an AG to me.

A vote for Mike DeWine will serve as a vote for a positive change in the direction Ohio is heading.

Since: Oct 09

Columbus, OH

#48 Oct 16, 2010
For all you Bob Owens folks who are siphoning votes from Mike DeWine, is it more important that Bob Owens win than Richard Cordray lose? The only thing I need to know about Cordray is that he declined to join the 20-state lawsuit against ObamaCare, which will mean skyrocketing health care premiums and more government intrusion into our lives. From Mike DeWine's site:

"On my first day in office as Attorney General, I will join with the 20 state attorneys general that have filed a suit against Obama health care. I am committed to fighting for our rights and protecting every Ohioan."

He can't do that if Cordray wins!
brill

Waverly, OH

#49 Oct 16, 2010
Make Love Not War wrote:
For all you Bob Owens folks who are siphoning votes from Mike DeWine, is it more important that Bob Owens win than Richard Cordray lose? The only thing I need to know about Cordray is that he declined to join the 20-state lawsuit against ObamaCare, which will mean skyrocketing health care premiums and more government intrusion into our lives. From Mike DeWine's site:
"On my first day in office as Attorney General, I will join with the 20 state attorneys general that have filed a suit against Obama health care. I am committed to fighting for our rights and protecting every Ohioan."
He can't do that if Cordray wins!
the insurance companies are making record profits.the healthcare reform bill just gives them an excuse to blame obama for their own greed. can you honestly not see that?

Since: Jun 10

Location hidden

#50 Oct 16, 2010
brill wrote:
<quoted text>you are so sad and pathetic. i would bet 10000 dollars that you are a raging racist who cant handle the fact that a black man is in the white house
You don't suppose it might be because the man is an incompetent liar, backstabber, Muslim sympathizer and a foreign national who by the Constitution is ineligible to hold the office he is holding under siege. He is raping America of her pride and the people of their freedom. The color of his shin has nothing to do with it. I wouldn't even care if someone of Hispanic descent got in office as long as he was American born and striving for the good of the people and the nation.

Now, before you start on the crap that he is an American and from Hawaii, why did he spend nearly 1 million dollars fighting over providing a birth certificate? If he were borne in the US he could have saved all that money and simply provided that piece of paper. There is no security breach or other threatening information on it. So let's get over this racist junk and go with the established facts. Mike will fight him and win.

Since: Jun 10

Location hidden

#51 Oct 16, 2010
Bill Hoffman wrote:
DeWine is an anti-gun, anti-2nd Amendment RINO, who only received this nomination due to Kevin DeWine, a relative. Nice! Dick Cordray has been a supporter and a good AG. The rest of the field are no brainers and have nothing to offer.
Dude quit with the outrageous lies already. DeWine has been around for years and even the Democraps know Mike is not pro-Brady. Mike DeWine got his nomination on his own merits, Kevin had nothing to do with it other than his support. You're making a fool of yourself with such statements.
Common Sense

Columbus, OH

#52 Oct 16, 2010
Definitely supporting DeWine after all the political stunts Cordray has pulled including his support of Obamacare, self-proclaiming the lawsuits from 21 states frivolous, and denying the will of the people even though the higher courts are seeing merit in those cases and allowing them to proceed.

Since: Jun 10

Location hidden

#53 Oct 16, 2010
Roger Sherman wrote:
"Attorney General is responsible to prosecute citizens and Representaties of us the Government that defies demands of Natural Law: what Mother Nature, God, or Whatever Power decreed to be the reality of the real world, democracy, capitalism, the US Constitution, and free, fair, and affordable commerce?
Demanding every corporation, farmer, business, outsourcer sweatshop, and nonprofit, tax-exempt, organization and Church markets the cost in the wholesale and retail price of his or her product and service; of every workers, consumers, and taxpayers living including pension and health care. Enabling parents to love, nurse, nurture, discipline, protect, and provide, for every child (job) they conceive and fund schools, infrastructure, local and national security, government services, and etc.; with money derived from wages or independent business profit."
The state attorney general is the highest law enforcement official in your state. While the natural family and traditional marriage are integral to a society's strength, obeying all the laws, not just the ones that appeal to common sense is the duty of every citizen.
What about taxes? I know a number of people in Holmes County that have had large amounts of legal unreported cash income. I will not be naming names, but the churches IMHO are negligent and incompetant in helping self-employed citizens come into compliance with all the tax laws. Large families benefit from the tax laws, many of them get $$$ back from the government. Single people running self-employed businesses bear the brunt of taxation. Romans 13 is clear on this, as well as 2Peter and Jesus Christ's teaching. Honesty with regard to taxes is part of having a good conscience.
So, where is the church to blame in all this? The church is exempt from taxes under the US Constitution.

Since: Jun 10

Location hidden

#54 Oct 16, 2010
Make Love Not War wrote:
For all you Bob Owens folks who are siphoning votes from Mike DeWine, is it more important that Bob Owens win than Richard Cordray lose? The only thing I need to know about Cordray is that he declined to join the 20-state lawsuit against ObamaCare, which will mean skyrocketing health care premiums and more government intrusion into our lives. From Mike DeWine's site:
"On my first day in office as Attorney General, I will join with the 20 state attorneys general that have filed a suit against Obama health care. I am committed to fighting for our rights and protecting every Ohioan."
He can't do that if Cordray wins!
A vote for Mike DeWine is a vote for Ohio's future success.

Since: Jun 10

Location hidden

#55 Oct 16, 2010
Mike DeWine - Republican, there is no other choice.
Roger Sherman

New Milford, CT

#56 Oct 16, 2010
USMC Retired wrote:
<quoted text>
So, where is the church to blame in all this? The church is exempt from taxes under the US Constitution.
Leaders in the church should be giving the people proper moral and ethical instruction, in accordance with the law. A local pastor was particularly vocal in his support of President Bush and the Republican governor here. He was notably quiet in his prayers for the government after Obama was elected. Romans 13 and other Scriptures speak to support of government whoever is in charge.

But "paytriot" types teach that they are not under "unjust" government and "unjust" laws: http://inclusion.semitagui.gov.co/PublishedAu...

Check out the www.quatloos.com site for current government action against tax protestors. Many of them are quite religious.
frankly

Waverly, OH

#57 Oct 16, 2010
Common Sense wrote:
Definitely supporting DeWine after all the political stunts Cordray has pulled including his support of Obamacare, self-proclaiming the lawsuits from 21 states frivolous, and denying the will of the people even though the higher courts are seeing merit in those cases and allowing them to proceed.
the will of the peoplw was expressed you just lost get over it. youll probably win this year BIG BABY!!!
Edwin Knox

Mansfield, OH

#58 Oct 16, 2010
he does not want the Obama health care plan that is so so wrong. Stands for democracy not socialism.
Edwin Knox

Mansfield, OH

#59 Oct 16, 2010
This man stands for democracy not the Obama socialistic view for America.
20350 Washington DC

Columbus, OH

#60 Oct 16, 2010
DeWine sucks,Robert Owens is the man for this job.
ol wall

Springfield, OH

#61 Oct 16, 2010
brill wrote:
<quoted text>you are so sad and pathetic. i would bet 10000 dollars that you are a raging racist who cant handle the fact that a black man is in the white house
Better enjoy Barry Hussein, as he is DONE after 2012, thank God.

Thanks to the Tea Party and others, who are a force which cannot be stopped.

You will find-out on Nov. 2nd what I am speaking about and this "movement" will only gather even more strength during 2011 and onto the 2012 Presidential election.

Let's get behind Mike Dewine and, hopefully, he can get Ohio inline with some of the other states who are going after ObummerCare!

Wait-For-It!
VOTE FOR SELFISH

Ashtabula, OH

#62 Oct 16, 2010
Vote Republican!

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