Monday, March 27, 2006

The View from Ohio

The Washington Post reports that Mike DeWine, who is running for the U.S. Senate as an incumbent, is at pains to distance himself from some prominent Republican office holders:
COLUMBUS, Ohio, March 25 -- Sen. Mike DeWine (R-Ohio) wants you to know he is not President Bush, whose popularity has plummeted.
Nor is he Ohio Gov. Bob Taft, who was fined for taking unreported gifts.
Or Texas Rep. Tom DeLay, who is under indictment.
Or Ohio Rep. Robert W. Ney, who is under investigation.
Perhaps those who scold Democrats for not having one coherent policy message (other than we're not those other guys) might consider offering similar advice to incumbent Republicans.


Blogger MissouriCitizen said...

The immigration bill DeWine voted for last night is good for the foreigners and for the politicians, but certainly not good for America.
It's not good for the unskilled workers who compete with the Mexicans.
It's not good for the tax payers who have to make up the shortfall in schools, medical facilities, roads, law enforcement, etc.
It's certainly not good for our envitonment.

Mike Dewine is only concerned with Mike, not with America.

5:09 PM, March 28, 2006  

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