Ohio Countdown 2004

2004 Presidential battleground analyzed by a grizzled campaign veteran and Ohio's Top Targeted Undecided Perfectly Predictive Swing Voter - His Mom.


Tidal Wave in 2004 May Start In Ohio

The first signs of true panic among Republicans are starting to show among members of Congress and Senators up for re-election.  Ohio's Senator George Voinovich, who up to now has been seen as a shoe in for re-election in 2004, this week blasted the Bush administration on trade, from the Senate floor itself.
Why?  Because according to Voinovich, the Bush administration has not been doing enough to stop Ohio from "bleeding jobs."  John Kerry couldn't have said it better himself.
Pretty startling. 
It's July.  The election is more than 3 months away.  Voinovich is as safe a Republican Senator as they come.  And he's jumping off of GW's sinking ship as fast as a rat off the Titanic.
Maybe Voinovich isn't so safe, after all?


At 11:54 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Best U.S. economy in 20 years.

Bush wins 40 to 45 states this November.

Believe it or not, I am not trolling.

At 9:28 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nah, you're not trolling, merely ignorant of the basic facts of the economy which has bled away the most jobs of any administration since your ol' pal Herbert Hoover.

Believe it or not, you're not thinking.

At 12:15 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeah, the souplines are around the block now. It's worse than the Sudan.

At 7:45 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ah, the Sudan.

Of course, when all else fails, the rightwinger says "Hey! Look over there! Another third world country to exploit!"

Good thing your wittle subhuman monkey boy's Faith Based Services works so well, what with all them churches handing out food for the people who are losing their jobs and their benefits and their unemployment...

So. Let's look at the math, shall we? Care to explain why this is a 'jobless' recovery, kiddo?

At 11:49 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Surfs up! Catch the wave!

So, what is your prediction for the Prez electon? Kerry wins ...how many states? 20, 30, 40...how many?

At 10:04 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm sorry; I didn't catch your response to my question. Again, how many states will Kerry win? 40..30..20..10?

5 or 10 sounds about right.


At 5:28 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

So, Mr. 'Jobless Recovery', how'd that election work out for you? Keep on thinking like that, and keep on losing elections.


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