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Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Strickland ready to stump for Clinton in Indiana, Kentucky

Gov. Ted Strickland said he's ready to campaign for Sen. Hillary Clinton during the two weeks leading up to Indiana's May 6 presidential primary election as well as before the May 20 primary in Kentucky.

"I've been asked to go to Indiana,'' Strickland said today. "If she needs me, I'll try to help her."

Strickland stumped for the New York senator Sunday in Pennsylvania, where she beat Sen. Barack Obama by 10 percentage points Tuesday.

"I'm very excited about the win,'' Strickland said.

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21 Comments:

at 4:29 PM, April 23, 2008 Blogger The GateWay to the Truth said...

He can stay at home!!!!

 
at 4:54 PM, April 23, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Even a broken clock gets it right twice a day -

I don't know why I can't stand her - but I do. It feels like she is part of the status quo on HOW things get done, though I understand she will do THINGS different.

I think it is about the mode of operande not the actions themselves. Same with McCain - the way he has flip flopped on so many issues says he will play the game rather than stay the renegade we all loved.

 
at 5:08 PM, April 23, 2008 Blogger usefullidiot said...

I hope his salary will be docked for those days.

 
at 5:08 PM, April 23, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Cry havoc, and let slip the dogs of war!"

 
at 5:20 PM, April 23, 2008 Blogger Cheviot Sports Authority said...

Lets hope Keno Teddy doesn't get in the way of any sniper fire.
St CSA

 
at 5:22 PM, April 23, 2008 Blogger Cheviot Sports Authority said...

The Clintons are both pathetic liars. Thats why people hate them. Very Simple.
St CSA

 
at 5:40 PM, April 23, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

I just love the FACT that Ohio is turning to a blue state. Old man McSame doesn't stand a chance.

 
at 6:16 PM, April 23, 2008 Anonymous Solidarity said...

"I hope his salary will be docked for those days."

Says a guy who has probably never had to work a weekend in his life.

You may not be a middle management clown when you get home from work, or on Saturdays and Sundays but Ted Strickland is governor whether he's here, or in Indiana, or in DC, or wherever every day. If he takes a weekend off every now and then, I think we'll all survive.

And by the way, you can thank your brothers and sisters in the American labor movement for those weekends, buddy. Those weren't a gift from those magnanimous CEOs. The unions had to take them.

 
at 7:53 PM, April 23, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just think of how Strickland could be removed from supporting Clinton, 'culture of corruption', XXX Srrickland and Tryintofoolyou, focused on their blog issues instead of their elephant dung propaganda or their perceived number one threat, 'bold endeavors' and Gay Rights Groups !

PATHETIC HypocRites' !

HAD ENOUGH, VOTE DEMOCRAT 2008 !

 
at 9:13 PM, April 23, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Still waiting for the news media to apologize to Marc Dann and his staff and family for smearing him for 2 weeks only to have the truth come out in 2200 emails. I'd also like to see the Ohio Gang Of Perverts foot the bill for this witch-hunt.

 
at 9:25 PM, April 23, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am so gald that the State of Ohio is in such good shape with economics, etc that Governor can leave his post to campaign for his buddies. Way to go! HA!

 
at 10:56 PM, April 23, 2008 Blogger Cheviot Sports Authority said...

The state is much better off without him.
St CSA

 
at 12:15 AM, April 24, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Meanwhile Chimpy W. Bush jets around the nation on Airforce 1 at taxpayers expense to shill for GOP candidates. While the economy crumbles and our boys get mowed down in the Mideast.

Kla$$y when the GOP does it, eh?

 
at 6:55 AM, April 24, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hill-Dog is going to need all the help she can get.

She can not statistically capture the popular vote nor the delegate count unless Obama quits.

The only way she gets the nomination is if she steals it.

Dont beleive me? Check it out for yourself at any newsnetwork delegate count webpage.

Hillary is teetering on the edge of political M.A.D. for her own gain. Dangerous.

 
at 8:45 AM, April 24, 2008 Anonymous TB said...

320.

That's how many votes John McCain has skipped in his run for president. That's 58.1% of the votes in the 110th Congress. I hope John McCain is docked 58.1% of his senate salary since he's forsaking his senate duties.

 
at 9:17 AM, April 24, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

there's our "Butch Boldface" weighing in yet again with another incoherent rant...
I read on another blog that Strickland will be handing out souvenir bobblehead dolls of himself to those in attendance during his Indiana/Kentucky Hillary Tour.

 
at 11:16 AM, April 24, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Another member of the Gang of Pedophiles goes down!

http://www.dispatch.com/live/content/local_news/stories/2008/04/24/resign.html?sid=101

 
at 11:32 AM, April 24, 2008 Anonymous more wars less jobs said...

I hope John McCain is docked 58.1% of his senate salary


he'll do just fine, after all he gets 58K tax free a year for a disability that doesn't prevent him from running for president or hiking the grand canyon

 
at 9:29 PM, April 24, 2008 Blogger Quim said...

6:55 AM, April 24, 2008
"Hill-Dog" ?
Isn't this kinda like saying "Barry Boy" ?
You are a sexist.

 
at 12:06 PM, April 25, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

quim:

You are not in touch with pop culture if you think calling HRC "Hill-Dog" is a put-down.

May people use that term with affection. I guess me being anti-Hillary and using it could sound like a derogatory term, but no more than people calling Obama a Muslim (which we all know is not true).

Your attempt at putting words in my post is feeble.

I am far from sexist, but its interesting you interpret my words so quickly as a sexist remark.

Might you be a sexist yourself? Projection can be cathartic, but we all need you to get over your sexism and see the damage Clinton is doing to the party.

 
at 12:48 PM, April 25, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

from Reuters: " 'Scurrilous' and 'disingenuous' were among the words a top Democrat in the U.S. House of Representatives used on Thursday to describe Hillary Clinton's campaign tactics in her bid to defeat Barack Obama for their party's presidential nomination", said House Democratic Whip James Clyburn, of South Carolina.


Clinton = Deceit & Broken Promises

 
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