Who do you support for Governor in Ohio in 2010?

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Apr 1, 2013
 
Terry Lee Landrum wrote:
Vote for Terry the first Gay Governor in Ohio!!!
What does being gay have to bleeping to do with anything? Predudiced voters is why we have a lying incompetent president today. Cleanse your emotions & use logic for life's decisions.

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Pops wrote:
<quoted text>What does being gay have to bleeping to do with anything? Predudiced voters is why we have a lying incompetent president today. Cleanse your emotions & use logic for life's decisions.
James Buchanan

Thanks to him, civil war

just saying...
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Pops wrote:
<quoted text>What does being gay have to bleeping to do with anything? Predudiced voters is why we have a lying incompetent president today. Cleanse your emotions & use logic for life's decisions.
It is unfortunate, but our ignorant electorate votes on representatives the way they vote for their favorite American Idol candidate. How he looks, how he dresses, how he talks, but nothing on the issues.

Our elections have become a popularity contest instead of people putting our nations best interest for everybody. Kasich is doing a bank-up job, but he isn't gay, he isn't a Democrat, he is disliked by union people. So vote him out no matter how much he's done for our state. Put in a loser gay Democrat and let him run the state back down. That will make the ignorant electorate happy.
Pops

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xxxrayted wrote:
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Whatever they are, they are all pretty low. Now city by city, different schools might have different standards. People who pay outrageous property taxes are expecting many of their young citizenry to be off to college once they graduate--and not community colleges either.
My sister sent her kids to private schools their entire life. My nephew graduated last year and my niece will graduate next year. Both did exceptionally well grade wise.
But I guess when you're shelling out much of your income for schooling, you make sure you're getting your monies worth. My niece slipped up a few times, and my sister sat down with her every night making sure she got back on track real quick.
Not all public school parents do that for their child. Once that kid is on the bus, it's not their problem if or how their children learn. I think that if we adjusted our property taxes so that those with children in the public schools pay much more than those who don't have kids in school, maybe those parents would get more involved too.
I hear you.
In my observations, many parents use the schools, Play Stations & TV's as babysitters so that they can have a less responsable taxing life & 'serve their own interest' when the children that they created should be their priority.
Then there are the public schools that don't want to hold kids back for fear of 'traumatizing' them possibly for the rest of their lives. What sort of favor are they doing the next generation by turning them loose into the world when they can't factor taxes into their budgets or balance a check book?
They develope an unwarranted level of self esteem & lack of understanding about life in general. That lessens their ability to parent & bring up the next generation.
There's more but I don't want to be long winded.
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-The-Artist- wrote:
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James Buchanan
Thanks to him, civil war
just saying...
Subjective. Just saying
Old Guy

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I can't say they are all black...
I'm pretty certain you are all white.
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Pops wrote:
<quoted text>I hear you.
In my observations, many parents use the schools, Play Stations & TV's as babysitters so that they can have a less responsable taxing life & 'serve their own interest' when the children that they created should be their priority.
Then there are the public schools that don't want to hold kids back for fear of 'traumatizing' them possibly for the rest of their lives. What sort of favor are they doing the next generation by turning them loose into the world when they can't factor taxes into their budgets or balance a check book?
They develope an unwarranted level of self esteem & lack of understanding about life in general. That lessens their ability to parent & bring up the next generation.
There's more but I don't want to be long winded.
Over half of my education was in Catholic school. Over there, you cause the least problem, they call your parents in. If the parents don't meet with the teacher, they don't let the student back into school.

They tell us we should keep God out of our public schools, yet you never see religious or private schools involved with school shootings or gang fights. None of the students leave with the inability to read their own diploma.
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Who to elect when people like nick Chilelli have underage pics on phone plead out to contributing to delinquency of a minor refuses to maintain insurance or pay support has lost custody of his son who to elect to charge him and not run up tax dollars with him and those like him with continual court dates
Duke for Mayor

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-The-Artist- wrote:
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James Buchanan
Thanks to him, civil war
just saying...
But..........You love civil wars.

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Duke for Mayor wrote:
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But..........You love civil wars.
woof
I predicted a coming civil war, doesn't mean I love the idea.

I want the country to peacefully separate like the USSR did.

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-The-Artist- wrote:
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I predicted a coming civil war, doesn't mean I love the idea.
I want the country to peacefully separate like the USSR did.
I believe one is coming.
lil Tyree

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Immoral people like puke for mayor r u kiddinghimself che Reagan Deplume Tyree are the cause of our problems human vermin
lil Tyree

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Old Guy wrote:
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I'm pretty certain you are all white.
no way to know that biggoted statement
Jim

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Remember what the government did to the Indians.
"Turn in your weapons". "The government will take care of you".
xxxrayted

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Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>I believe one is coming.
Agreed. I think people have had enough already.

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xxxrayted wrote:
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Agreed. I think people have had enough already.
The governors and legislators of New York and Connecticut are itching for one.

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Hugh Victor Thompson III wrote:
<quoted text>The governors and legislators of New York and Connecticut are itching for one.
Most of the left is as well, they want the drones unleashed on US soil.

Remember that the Ed Show polled its audience and a huge majority wanted drone attacks on US soil.

http://www.politico.com/blogs/media/2013/02/f...

You see, killing white people is OK to the left, brown people, not so much.
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Hugh Victor Thompson III wrote:
<quoted text>The governors and legislators of New York and Connecticut are itching for one.
Colorado not far behind them. I read a story where hunters are boycotting Colorado because of their new gun legislation. That's a big hit in the pocketbook of government and private industry alike. People flock to the state because of their abundant elk population. But not this hunting season. This year, the hunters are opting for more gun friendly places.

There is only so far you can push people before people begin to push back.

"When government fears the people, there is liberty. When people fear the government, there is tyranny."
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xxxrayted wrote:
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Colorado not far behind them. I read a story where hunters are boycotting Colorado because of their new gun legislation. That's a big hit in the pocketbook of government and private industry alike. People flock to the state because of their abundant elk population. But not this hunting season. This year, the hunters are opting for more gun friendly places.
There is only so far you can push people before people begin to push back.
"When government fears the people, there is liberty. When people fear the government, there is tyranny."
Thomas Jefferson
The firearms manufacturing industry is moving out of Colorado as a result. And now, it appears Connecticut may see the same thing happen. That will absolutely devastate their economy.
xxxrayted

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Hugh Victor Thompson III wrote:
<quoted text>The firearms manufacturing industry is moving out of Colorado as a result. And now, it appears Connecticut may see the same thing happen. That will absolutely devastate their economy.
Good to see people fighting back. I think if I were the CEO of a soda company, I would quit selling my companies products in NYC. Yes, the soda ban was overturned, but just to make a point. LOL

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