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Strickland might become next Democratic national chairman | The Columbus Dispatch

There are 66 comments on the Columbus Dispatch story from Mar 17, 2011, titled Strickland might become next Democratic national chairman | The Columbus Dispatch. In it, Columbus Dispatch reports that:

Former Gov. Ted Strickland is a leading candidate to become chairman of the Democratic National Committee if the organization's current head decides to step down.

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Tim

Columbus, OH

#61 Mar 17, 2011
Why wrote:
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Because the middle class is mostly filled with Republicans!
The Middle Class is mostly filled by INTELLIGENT, REASONABLE people, and NOW the REPUBLICAN GOVERNOR is ripping them OFF to make his RICH friends RICHER.........

Any "middle class" people I know who voted for Kasuck, NOW sincerely REGRET their mistake..unfortunately too LATE. But WAIT!!! There's a little thing called RECALL!!!
John

Toledo, OH

#62 Mar 17, 2011
OMG

Strickland screwed up Ohio., left office with a train wrecked economy, school funding issues, and a budget under his watch that depended upon stim $., to run the state, real smart Teddy!

Read the Peter Principle - Strickland is the perfect example.

Since when is Strickland a "middle class" person???
He is like herpes

Columbus, OH

#63 Mar 17, 2011
Just when you think he's gone, he shows up again.
George Jefferson

Hilliard, OH

#65 Mar 17, 2011
Sammy wrote:
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Your statement could also be said of the current governor!
No, unlike Ted, Mr Kasich is heterosexual.
George Jefferson

Hilliard, OH

#66 Mar 17, 2011
Tim wrote:
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The Middle Class is mostly filled by INTELLIGENT, REASONABLE people, and NOW the REPUBLICAN GOVERNOR is ripping them OFF to make his RICH friends RICHER.........
Any "middle class" people I know who voted for Kasuck, NOW sincerely REGRET their mistake..unfortunately too LATE. But WAIT!!! There's a little thing called RECALL!!!
You'd need to pass a constitutional amendment, then get signatures to put the question on the ballot, then win the referendum to recall the governor. Lotsa luck, dummy. Ain't gonna happen.
Dan

Dublin, OH

#67 Mar 18, 2011
Helping you see the light wrote:
Strickland on a bad day was better than Kasich on his best day (wait, has Kasich had a good day yet? Still waiting...)
Like Ohioians need someone from New York City to 'Help Us See The Light' Give me a break!

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