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Thursday, January 31, 2008

The musical 2nd District race

Victoria Wulsin has "Wulsin Girl," strumming away at the guitar and singing an Ode to Vic on YouTube; now Wulsin's Democratic primary opponent, Steve Black, has his own theme song - "Backin' Black,'' a campaign jingle up and running on 2nd Congressional District radio stations.


No music on the Republican side as of yet. No Jean Schmidt rap videos. No Tom Brinkman cover of George Harrison's "Taxman."

Hear it here


13 Comments:

at 9:44 AM, January 31, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

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What a joke. The most liberal rhetoric we have ever heard, and from a former repugnant. Even the most dedicated OH-2 Dem's are not that liberal. Ohio is, definitely, turning blue. Sounds like Jonny Cash has returned on his high-horse. Backin Black.

lol, lol, lol

.

 
at 10:11 AM, January 31, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Where's the Beef". I only see (and hear) sizzle

 
at 11:10 AM, January 31, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

At least Black hasn't lied right and left about the source of HIS song. The truth has finally been exposed about Victoria Wulsin, and as usual, Malaria Rulon refuses to do actual work and look into the unethical, immoral, and corrupt practices of Dr. Wu..errr...Victoria Wul..errr...Vic Well...errr

you know who I'm talking about

IM BACKIN BLACK!

 
at 11:32 AM, January 31, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is terrible. To put out an ad about how politicians don't fight with each other enough, at a time when the electorate is screaming that they are tired of the divisiveness of the last 16 years under Presidents Clinton and Bush, is crazy. Black has zero political sense.

 
at 11:41 AM, January 31, 2008 Anonymous Nick Owen's boytoy said...

Don't get your hopes up about Malia Rulon lifting a finger to report the truth.

She was given Jean Schmidt on a silver platter back in 2006 with the college degree scandal - a full week before 700WLW broke the story.

Only after Channel 9 parked a satellite truck outside Schmidthead HQ did Rulon write a softball story claiming "she did the work."

Yeah, right.

 
at 12:08 PM, January 31, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

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"Anonymous said...Black...lied right and left about the source of...truth...finally been exposed...as usual...actual work...unethical, immoral, and corrupt practices...you know who I'm talking about...BLACK! 11:10 AM, January 31, 2008"

Must have been written by a 26 year old, 'green', campaign crony !

When is the 'black mole' going to come clean on all those tax dollars he gets by claiming his plush Indian Hill estate is a commercial (CAUV) farm ?

Amazing how the wRong wingnut whacko changed his website and removed the words (if at all) regarding farm subsidies when 'black' was caught with his own hand in the cookie jar !

Here are the quotes:

"For example, King Ranch in Texas alone has received over 8 million dollars in subsidies since 1999. This is not the proper way to allocate subsidies if at all."

Changed to:

"For example, King Ranch in Texas alone has received over 8 million dollars in subsidies since 1999. This is no way to allocate subsidies."

So, the 'black mole' spews the elephant dung propaganda that King ranch should not receive any "farm subsidies" - "AT ALL" !

But;

When the 'black mole' was caught with his own hand in the cookie jar, he flip-flopped positions faster than he flip-flops political parties !

We suppose the wRong wingnut whacko position of 'NO FARM SUBSIDIES AT ALL' didn't play, so well, to the constituents in OH-2, especially when one receives over $10,000 per.year in property tax reductions to grow 'hay' to feed their personal riding trial horses and to grow tomatoes for their personal use. Hardly commercial in nature for which the (CAUV) is designed for !

Sooooooooooo, Let's talk about INTEGRITY !

PATHETIC 'flip-flopper's' !

HAD ENOUGH, VOTE, for a real. DEMOCRAT 2008 !

 
at 1:12 PM, January 31, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for proving our points !

wRong wingnut whackos = total jerk-o#%s !

But hey, thanks for the glorifying idealization and keeping us on that pedestal !

Support gay Rights!

Vote Wulsin in 2008!

lol, lol, lol

 
at 12:11 AM, February 01, 2008 Anonymous Fed up voter said...

Wulsin, Black, and Schmidt have given us nothing but a song and a dance.

It's time for some new blood.

 
at 11:01 PM, February 02, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

That was grade A awful. It sounded like a commercial for Jimmy Dean's sausage.

 
at 11:53 AM, February 03, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

ah yes...universal health care...I'm looking forward to lower quality care from my doctor when the DEMS ensure that our health care comes down with Medical AIDS.Thank you,LIBERALS!
Wrecking America 1 day at a time for 6 decades!

 
at 2:48 PM, February 05, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

I heard it on the morning radio today and seriously thought it was a 'Bob and Tom' song. What a joke!

 
at 7:51 PM, February 05, 2008 Anonymous Blog Editor said...

Another non-story republished by the political hack reporters of the Stinkwire.

It seems like this entire blog has become an anti-Republican blog. Where are the negative stories about wacky Wulsin?

 
at 7:52 PM, February 05, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

HAD ENOUGH democRATS? VOTE 2008!

 
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