Friday, November 21, 2008

Ted Strickland Fails

Ted Strickland has announced that he is not firing Helen Kelley-Jones, the $140,000 a year bureaucrat who violated the privacy rights of a private citizen who dared to question Barack Obama's tax plan. Governor Strickland put the miscreant bureaucrat on 30 days unpaid leave.

Sorry, Ted. That does not send enough of a message. This woman is one of your cabinet members. She clearly lacks the impartial judgment necessary to your government of Ohio.

We are all the worse for your decision, Ted.

Thursday, November 20, 2008

Dirty Business

The Columbus Dispatch reports: The Ohio Inspector General confirms that Helen Jones-Kelley (and others) improperly accessed Joe the Plumber' confidential data. Will Ted Strickland to the right thing and send a message that this sort of dirty political conduct will not be tolerated by him?

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

The Case Against Universal Suffrage

Be afraid. Be very afraid.

Who is to blame this time around?

Although Alan Coombs did his best to mischaracterize the results, one thing is clear. Avid watchers of Hannity and Coombs and other intelligent Fox News programs would never have gotten those questions so horribly wrong.

Gender Silliness