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So, Where Did All The Obama Stimulus Money Go?

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screencap from Mitt Romney's False Ad
Mitt Romney’s False Ad

Living in Ohio I have been exposed to an avalanche of political advertisements so far this election season. A majority of them are negative, play loose with the facts, and are from 3rd parties who hide where their money comes from. All of those elements, to me are un-American. What really pisses me off is when an ad is actually a lie. What makes me even more mad is when that false ad was put out even after the facts were known. Mitt Romney released such an ad with the tagline of “Where did all the Obama stimulus money go?” Now because my local journalists seem to refuse to fact check this false ad I’ll have to do it here.
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Coach Woody Hayes endorses Herman Cain??

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image of a Woody Hayes impersonatorHerman Cain made a campaign stop at The Ohio State University in Columbus on Wednesday 11/30/11 and a Coach Woody Hayes impersonator introduced him. Woody Hayes endorsing Herman Cain? Is that really appropriate for a public college icon? Does this mean that Brutus Buckeye will be endorsing Romney or Newt next? I hope not. The introduction, which was pretty political, seemed to be an inappropriate use of a symbol of a publicly funded University.
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Strickland worried?? – John Kasich is worried about the truth

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John Kasich has nothing to offer Ohio as governor. The tired GOP talking points have been rebutted and proven they don’t work. Kasich and the RGA has to put out attack ads that don’t tell the truth. Here is a rebuttal, I made, to their recent coffee shop ad.

“Worried??” – John Kasich is worried about the truth

No Public Option No Campaign Funds Period

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As we come down to the end of the debate on health care reform, I made a personal decision that I hope others will adopt who support a strong public option. It’s pretty simple – if there is no Public Option in the final bill then I will not donate or support any political campaign for anyone who voted to either water it down or keep it out. I made up a graphic that breaks this idea into a sound bite.