Thursday, July 06, 2006

Blackwell (via Naugle) Beats a Long-Dead Horse

Come on Matt- you are making this too easy.

You may be correct when, in your latest ridiculous rant, you say that "Ted Strickland has been all over the place on the issue of expanding gambling. "

When dealing with such a complicated political issue, smart people (in case you don't know any) will often do some research, listen to experts, take advise and, yes, sometimes change their minds.

Blackwell, as you fail to point out in your post, has taken a very different (read: stupid and selfish) approach to the issue....

According to this article in the Columbus Dispatch (one of many on the topic):

"Although he opposes potential November ballot initiatives to permit slot machines at Ohio’s horse-racing tracks, Republican gubernatorial candidate J. Kenneth Blackwell holds stock in the world’s leading maker of slot machines."

Didn't you already lose this fight? Why bring it up again?

1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Keep reading, and I hope you support Ken Blackwell.

Regards,
Matt N.

10:04 AM  

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