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Poll: Obama, Brown favored to beat prospective challengers

There are 188 comments on the DispatchPolitics story from Jul 21, 2011, titled Poll: Obama, Brown favored to beat prospective challengers. In it, DispatchPolitics reports that:

Both President Barack Obama and Sen. Sherrod Brown currently beat all their top prospective 2012 challengers in Ohio, a new Quinnipiac Poll shows.

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woke

Columbus, OH

#189 Jul 23, 2011
Kennesaw71 wrote:
Ohio has been an anti business state for years. It will take years to turn around corps stereotype:'Do we set up shop in Ohio? Or set up shop in (insert any right to work state here)?
Right now its laughable to think any fortune 500 would consider Ohio.....
How's the unemployment in NC and Ga doing?
Georgia-June 2011=9.9%
NC-June 2011=9.9%

After 16 straight months of no rise in unemployment here in Ohio, what are June's figures according to US Bureau of Labor? Going up or down?
Ohio=May 2011=8.6%, June 2011=8.8%

I thought Ohio unemployment was ALL Strickland's fault according to the kasich campaign BS??

Don't let facts get in your way, stay consistent bro.

http://www.bls.gov/news.release/laus.nr0.htm
woke

Columbus, OH

#190 Jul 23, 2011
Barb

Helena, OH

#191 Jul 23, 2011
Kennesaw71 wrote:
Ohio has been an anti business state for years. It will take years to turn around corps stereotype:'Do we set up shop in Ohio? Or set up shop in (insert any right to work state here)?
Right now its laughable to think any fortune 500 would consider Ohio.....
Facts to back that up???
Randy

Hopkinsville, KY

#192 Jul 23, 2011
woke wrote:
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How's the unemployment in NC and Ga doing?
Georgia-June 2011=9.9%
NC-June 2011=9.9%
After 16 straight months of no rise in unemployment here in Ohio, what are June's figures according to US Bureau of Labor? Going up or down?
Ohio=May 2011=8.6%, June 2011=8.8%
I thought Ohio unemployment was ALL Strickland's fault according to the kasich campaign BS??
Don't let facts get in your way, stay consistent bro.
http://www.bls.gov/news.release/laus.nr0.htm
What's funny is how the media has always let Barack Hussein Obama and Plugs Biden get away with constantly referring to some fictitious number of jobs "saved", when the Bureau of Labor Statistics has no way of determining that number. But that's OK with you, right?
Barb

Helena, OH

#193 Jul 23, 2011
Randy wrote:
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What's funny is how the media has always let Barack Hussein Obama and Plugs Biden get away with constantly referring to some fictitious number of jobs "saved", when the Bureau of Labor Statistics has no way of determining that number. But that's OK with you, right?
Is it okay with you that the GOP keeps claiming that tax breaks for big business creates jobs, when last year they had record profits but keep cutting payrolls?
Randy

Hopkinsville, KY

#194 Jul 23, 2011
Barb wrote:
<quoted text>Is it okay with you that the GOP keeps claiming that tax breaks for big business creates jobs, when last year they had record profits but keep cutting payrolls?
Do you think that maybe businesses had to trim payrolls because they had to decrease production because demand is down because we have high unemployment and bankruptcies, with a communist in the White House that has declared war on the private sector in the spirit of expanding the dependency class and buying votes, while stealing $1 trillion from the taxpayers to pay off unions and create a slush fund for his re-election (thus being responsible for 43% of our nation's debt while all preceding presidents were responsible for the remaining 57%), causing high energy prices through heavy-handed regulation, and still having our military in 2 wars while adding a third war with Libya?
Kennesaw71

United States

#195 Jul 23, 2011
Barb wrote:
<quoted text>Facts to back that up???
If YOU WERE a fortune 500 company would YOU move to Ohio???? Your honest answer has to be no, unless you're completely stupid.
stabiloy

Fresno, CA

#196 Jul 24, 2011
DrC Ohio wrote:
That's good news,but the election is a long ways off. Obama and Brown have demonstrated they can lead, look after the middle class, and improve health, safety, and environment. Don't get me wrong, they have their flaws (BP oil spill, caving to Republicans, etc.), but they are head and shoulders of anyone the repubs have to offer.
Obama is an empty suit!
Brown takes his marching orders from the SEIU , He will join Mary Jo Kilroy next November, unemployed
They both are bad for the country and Ohio

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