Wednesday, March 13, 2013

The Man Behind the Recording

* Tonight MSNBC's Ed Schultz program had an interview with the man that recorded the Romney 47% remarks. Ed's guest was Scott Prouty, the bartender that was tending bar at the Romney fundraising event where the remarks were made.  Scott Prouty is an honorable man who bravely exposed the Romney agenda.  If you missed it, visit the Ed Show link at MSNBC.

> Republican Rep. Jeff Duncan posted a picture on his Twitter page of President Obama speaking with Congressional Republicans. Look at Eric Cantor's body language in Duncan's photo:

Cantor is so arrogant and disrespectful.


* As we all know, Ohio Gov. John Kasich can be a very unkind.  He did it again and this time he pissed off the entire state of Indiana.

The Indy Channel:

...During a speech at the Hamilton County (Ohio) Republican Party's Lincoln-Reagan Day dinner Monday night, Kasich talked up his state, but not without slamming his western neighbors in the process, The Cincinnati Enquirer reported.
"This is not Indiana where you go to Indianapolis … and then say, 'Where else are we going to go? Gary?'" he told the crowd.

The newspaper pointed out that it isn't the first time Kasich has dismissed Indiana, jokingly calling Hoosiers "foreigners" in his 2012 State of the State address, and taking a jab at the state in a 2012 New York Times Magazine cover article....

Kasich has already attacked Ohio's own working people, fire fighters, police, teachers, nurses, public school superintendents, state workers, college students, the elderly, just to name a few. Ohioans, unfortunately, have become accustomed to Kasich's mean, uncaring  remarks.