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Ohio Info:

Gov. Taft raised taxes to increase revenue. Looks like it is not working. Duh. This article is about the Ohio Legislative Black Caucus feeling betrayed by Gov. Bob Taft. But I want to point out a part of the article:

"Taft announced two weeks ago that he would slice about $400 million from the current two-year budget in response to tax revenues not meeting expectations. Of that, he said $50 million would be shaved from Medicaid in fiscal year 2005."

Maybe if Taft had cut spending and lowered taxes this would not have happened.

posted by Sean McCray | 3:36 PM |

Gotta go get "damita Jo" today.
I will tell you what I think later.

posted by Sean McCray | 3:12 PM |

I will state this now. I have been saying this since Kerry was nominated.

This election will not be close.

I think Democrats really do not understand the American people. They believe they are smarter and can trick them. I know someone who is an advisor to Kerry in South Carolina. They actually believe Kerry will win south Carolina and other southern states. Mainly because they say that Edwards is the most likely VP nominee.
I laughed.
I lived in Georgia for two years. I do not claim to be an expert on the South. I have spent most of my life, in Ohio, which is considered to be pretty middle of the road America. Kerry can quote all the scripture he wants, he can pick Edwards or Graham as hid VP. He will not win in the South, including Florida.
Has anybody actually watched Sen. Graham. He is horrible for TV. Cheney will destroy him in a debate.

I think Kerry will lose in Ohio. Some of the Bush's negatives that are registering in Ohio polls, are residuals of the great disappointment most Ohioans have of the performance of Gov. Taft.

posted by Sean McCray | 3:11 PM |

Seems Bush's fast reaction to 9-11 did save lives.
(I just cant imagine Kerry responding as quickly)
Chicago, L.A. towers were next targets
Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, al Qaeda's purported operations chief, has told U.S. interrogators that the group had been planning attacks on the Library Tower in Los Angeles and the Sears Tower in Chicago on the heels of the September 11, 2001, terror strikes.
Those plans were aborted mainly because of the decisive U.S. response to the New York and Washington attacks, which disrupted the terrorist organization's plans so thoroughly that it could not proceed, according to transcripts of his conversations with interrogators.

posted by Sean McCray | 3:00 PM |

Whoa. They need to be a lot more entertaining. I couldnt listen to it for over five minutes. Just boring!!!
They do not understand that Rush is an entertainer. Thats why I know many liberals who listen to him. They say he gives them some information, and he makes them laugh.

posted by Sean McCray | 2:57 PM |


The Lakers are back. If they stay healthy, another title is theirs.

Labron James and Carmello Anthony are continuing to live up to the hype. I live in Ohio, and Labron owns this state. So i dont get as much info on Carmello. The thing that amazes me the most, is that both have avoided hitting the rookie "wall". The "wall" is when rookies, who are use to playing 25-30 games per year, beging to drop off/lose stamina because of the long NBA season.

posted by Sean McCray | 2:44 PM |

I think this is a good idea from The Corner:

FALLUJAH [John Derbyshire]
Given that these civilian contractors and their colleagues have been brought in to, among other things, get essential services like water, electricity, and sewerage working, I suggest that the Coalition authorities make sure that none of these utilities is available in the city of Fallujah until the bombers are handed over.

posted by Sean McCray | 2:38 PM |


OK, I know I have threatened this before, but this election season has me charged up. Like the rest of you, i have to blog to get it out.

posted by Sean McCray | 5:49 PM |


This country seems to be divided by those who see a dangerous world, and those who see a mostly safe world.
Those who believe we are at war with terrorists, and those who believe terrorists are not a major issue.

posted by Sean McCray | 4:41 PM |
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