Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Strickland pounded up in the Northeast...

Anyone else sensing a trend here?

From a press release distributed by State Rep. Ron Amstutz, State Rep. Terry Boose, State Rep. Nan Baker, and State Rep. Todd Snitchler:

“As the ranking member of the House Economic Development Committee, I was proud to spearhead the ‘Future of Ohio’ effort to bring jobs and businesses to Ohio,” Rep. Nan Baker (R-Westlake) said. “I know that the families in our community are suffering, and as a small business owner, I have fought to improve the business environment to get people back to work.”

“The families of northeast Ohio are bearing the brunt of poor decision-making in Columbus,” Rep. Todd Snitchler (R-Uniontown) said. “As state leaders, we need to help bring the state out of this recession and get people back to work. I have yet to see any major efforts from the majority party to take the lead and solve the problems before us”

House Republicans remain hopeful that a bipartisan discussion will soon take place before House adjourns for a summer recess.


  1. Does a coordinated series of regional press conferences with the Republican members of the General Assembly, during an election year, in which they all say the same thing constitutes as a trend?

    Hardly. And again, they're complaining about being in the minority, not Strickland. Geez, can't you even get GOP press releases right?

  2. What kind of idiot doesn't realize these press releases are obviously designed to kick the crap out of Strickland?

  3. Let me get this straight: you're response to me mocking Keeling for his faux outrage over a manufactured press event is to point out that, of course, it's a partisan manufactured press event?



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