Skip to comments.Ohio Dem meltdown accelerates: Fisher down 20, Strickland 17
Posted on 09/17/2010 7:42:00 AM PDT by Hojczyk
And the hits from the heartland just keep coming. In 2006, Democrats swept statewide races in Ohio and declared that they had turned the once solidly Republican state into a Democratic stronghold, led by the duo at the top of the ticket, Governor Ted Strickland and Lt. Governor Lee Fisher. Four years later, the two have gone into free-fall, according to two Quinnipiac polls. First, yesterdays poll shows the incumbent Governor trailing his Republican challenger, John Kasich, by 17 points:
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Amazing what a few fringe extremists can do.
Ohio is going back full tilt conservative. And Sherrod Brown (full blown commie) must be a nervous wreck for his ‘12 re-election. Watch him start to vote with the GOP.
For the first time in my adult life, I am proud of my state.
Then again.....I've only lived here for the past 3 years.
For non Ohioans, let me mention that the recent arrests of several Cuyahoga county dems on corruption charges probably play into the these results too.
If only each of them could don’t 5 of their points to O’Donnell, Ryan Frazier, etc. :)
“Don’t” = “Donate”
As a native-born Buckeye I can tell you that folks there absolutely cannot stand being lied to. And when Barack Hussein Obama talked out of both sides of his mouth to them about ending NAFTA and restoring manufacturing jobs, he burnt the bridge for Democrats for many years to come.
We can debate the pros and cons of the policy, but the fact that he told such a blatant lie on such an important issue has really ticked-off Ohioans.
So will Obama actually turn out to be what his supporters thought, the best thing to happen to our nation in decades?
Only in a completely different way than they thought?
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