Monday, July 19, 2004


We all know Ohio is going to be an important state in November. That's actually the understatement of the year. It looks like Ohio is turning out to be the state in November. You've undoubtedly heard that no Republican has ever won the White House without winning Ohio... here's the rest of the story: It comes down to Columbus and Dayton, boys and girls. The far north cities of Ohio is solid demoncrat slums ... there's not a whole lot we can do about that this time around. The rural areas are one hundred percent Bush Country (I've yet to meet a stupid farmer) and we will enjoy sizable victories there. Montgomery County is a big question mark. The outlying areas are all good Bush areas, but the problem remains that the population center of Montgomery County is Dayton, which is terribly demoncratic (Don't forget, these are the people who actually voted for Rhine McLin... Scary, isn't it?) We have to win Montgomery County for President Bush, which means we have to carry the outlying cities and townships by a sizable margin to make up for the bus loads of lemmings the demoncrats will be hustling in to the polls in Dayton. We could very likely be deciding this election right here in Montgomery County. Today at a volunteer training session, Elaine Herrick, the Bush-Cheney '04 Montgomery County Co-Chair said, “We aren't just working to elect the next President of the United States... we're working to elect the next leader of the free world.”

That's a responsibility we can't fail in.


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