Friday, August 10, 2012

Mandel--On the Road Again

>  Ohio Treasurer and Republican candidate, Josh Mandel, has been on the campaign trail.  Unfortunately, for Ohio voters, while our tax money pays his salary, Mandel is wondering around the state trying to resuscitate his failing campaign.  On Wednesday, Mandel was at Rocky River, Ohio, which is very close to his Cleveland area home.  Yesterday, August 9th, Josh Mandel was in New Riegel, Ohio, where he took off work to speak to an extremely small group (3 people?).  Does this guy ever go to his office in Columbus? 

Josh Mandel might think it is important in his campaign to talk to 1, 2, or 3 people, but he was elected (not by me!) to manage the tax money of the 11.5 million people of Ohio.  He should show up to work in Columbus and at least try to look like he is working.

Just a reminder to voters:  
To protect Medicare and Social Security - 
Vote for Obama and Sherrod Brown
and Democrats

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* Wah! Wah! Wah! That crying you hear is Mitt Romney.  Although Mitt Romney brags about his business experience, now he doesn't want to talk about it.


Mitt Romney, battered by Democratic attacks over his Bain Capital record and taxes, is calling on President Obama to agree to a truce over his business career. 

“Our campaign would be — helped immensely if we had an agreement between both campaigns that we were only going to talk about issues and that attacks based upon — business or family or taxes or things of that nature,” Romney said, according to excerpts of an upcoming interview with NBC’s Chuck Todd released Friday....

.....While Romney has bristled at attacks on his time at Bain, especially a recent Democratic super PAC ad implying he bears responsibility for a woman’s death, he’s also made his business record a critical component of his campaign, arguably the critical component. From his campaign’s earliest days, Romney argued repeatedly that voters should elect him because of his private-sector experience, crediting his investments in Bain with creating 100,00 jobs (a claim that fact-checkers have heavily disputed)......

What a wimp! Mitt Romney is not tough enough to be President.