Wednesday, November 03, 2004

Signing off...

An Un-Stealable Victory

The American people just gave Kerry his second dishonorable discharge!

All along we knew that we had to accomplish a victory decisive enough that they would not be able to steal it. Thousands of volunteers in Montgomery County, two great full time campaign staffers, and the best gotv program in the history of politics made it happen.

Our volunteers were better.
Our organization was better.
Our voters were better.
Our candidate was better.

This blog has served it's purpose, and I'll be shutting it down soon. It was a lot of fun... thanks.

Monday, November 01, 2004

Kerry's Record?

Eric's blogging has been light lately because he has been heeding his own advice...Volunteering! I believe that he has talked about this before. Anyways, before E-Day rolls around, I want to personally thank Eric for the many hours that he has put forth in working to re-elect President Bush and for the work on the MCOfB blog. As Eric told President Bush last week...yes, that was Eric greeting the President at the steps of Air Force One last Thursday..."Mr. President, we do not just want you re-elected, we need you re-elected." I believe that we all feel the same way...

Anyways, the only reason Eric wanted me to blog was to talk about Kerry...not Eric, I apologize...

I am sure that many of you have been following the story surrounding Kerry's military record. This morning, there are a few items that are beginning to circulate.

The first is an article by Thomas Liscomb in the New York Sun which can be found here. Liscomb, who has been following the Kerry military record for the past year, has found additional evidence that Kerry's discharge was anything but honorable.

Also, Powerline has an interesting post that shows how Kerry's interview with MSNBC was edited for NBC's Dateline to remove an admission by Kerry where he acknowledges that not all of his military records have been released. Check it out...

Monday, October 25, 2004

Terrorist, Unions, and Democrats. Together Forever.

I feel like I'm beating the same drum over and over. Actually, I think that the drum is being beaten by the donkey in the corner of the room; I'm just kind of pointing you in the direction of the noise.

First off ... today we learn that among the thousands and thousands of fradulent voters registered by democrats this election cycle here in Ohio alone, were two known Al Queda terrorists. Nuradin Abdi and Iyman Faris were both registered by a democratic operative Kevin Eugene Dooley. Full Story Also, John Fund claims that at least eight of the September 11 hijackers were registered to vote!

Hmm ... I wonder who they'd be voting for if they weren't burning in hell right now?

Today I spoke with two union representatives who wanted people to know about what their unions were doing. The first was a member of the local steel workers union, and he showed me his union card to prove it. He said that a buddy of his who he works with has a son who is also in the union. Union members stood over his son and made him fill out an absentee ballot request form, told him that he'd "better mail it in" and that he'd "better bring the ballot in and vote for Kerry, or you'll regret it..." Secondly a member of another union who works at a local plant here in the Dayton area told me that he was trying to distribute some Bush literature and absentee voter applications in the lot of his shop when a van with three or four other union members pulled up, roughed him up a bit, and tried to take his union card away and rip it up. Both men were too afraid to report the thugs to authorities or to get involved... they just thought someone should know. Now you know.

And the unions are there to protect their workers rights. <-- (It's hard to type that without rolling your eyes.)

Saturday, October 23, 2004

One for the Good Guys

First off ... sorry for not posting much lately. Yes, I'm still here. I've been busy and also, to be quite frank, one can only write about democratic voter fraud and Kerry's lies so much before one's mind turns to mush.

But ... there is some good news. Tonight the 6th U.S. Circuit Court has overruled the earlier wrongheaded decision by a lower court to allow people to obtain provisional ballots anywhere in the county where they reside. Article here.

Why is this important? One of the reasons we all vote close to home, besides that it makes it easier for more people to turn out on election day, is because we all have at least a passing idea of the people who live around us. Voting anywhere in the county, which means anyone could walk into any precinct, four, five, or twenty of them, and vote without having their name on a list of registered voters, was asinine and inviting fraud on a massive scale.

Ken Blackwell, thank you for standing up to these shenanigans.

Monday, October 18, 2004

Crackheads for Kerry!

This really shouldn't have surprised me by now ... but it kind of did.

Demoncrats in Cuyahoga County, through their Surrogates at the NAACP, were apparently paying people with crack cocaine in order to complete fraudulent voter registration forms.

Here's the Toledo Blade Article.

Like any crime ... for each one that goes reported, there are many others we don't hear about. Do you really think that this is the only guy the NAACP provided drugs to for fake voter registrations?

People need to go to prison for a long, long, time for the fraud that is going on in this election. Put that in your pipe and smoke it!

Monday, October 11, 2004


Friday, October 08, 2004

Way to go, Dubya!

I have to admit, I didn't see it ... I was listening on radio. But it sounded something like this:

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