The Most Important Thing I Did Yesterday

May 6, 2011
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Now that I’m back in Ohio I can concentrate on Ohio‘s politics and not so much on Wisconsin and Minnesota.

While it has been apparent to me for a long time that there are a group of American’s whose greed is so great they do not care if it brings down the American economy. In fact, the health of America’s economy is second to their own. Thus, they are part of a cabal who thinks, looks, acts, and are rich like each other. They actually believe their own bullshit.

John Kasich is such a man.

The most important thing I did yesterday was attend the rally at the statehouse and sign the the petition to repeal SB5.

It may be the most important thing I’ve done in my life. This trend of birthers, evangelicals, and fake moralists needs to be reversed. There is a small group of Republican‘s who are trying to undo history for their own selfish needs and they use these groups as their justification. Finally, American’s seem to be waking up to that fact and are fighting back.

Remember, on election day they have the power of money, we have the power of numbers. VOTE!

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2 Responses to The Most Important Thing I Did Yesterday

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    Jolly RogerNo Gravatar says:

    I told people that Czar Kashitch I would make Blackwell look like a thoughtful moderate, and people still sat on their hands and let the son of a bi+ch get in.

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