MEDIA ADVISORY, June 13 /CNW/TRW/ — Ohio Governor Ted Strickland (D), in a bipartisan agreement with the Republican Left, has signed a $1.57 billion socialist package to attempt to stimulate job growth through Governemnt spending. The plan includes $400,000,000.00 for environmentalist programs, half of which are dedicated to eradicating rural property rights and all of which are dependent on voters passing additional bond measures on Nov. 4.
At the same time Strickland vetoed the legislature’s amendment banning the use of any of the bill’s $100 million in socialist biomedical funds for human cloning.
Chris Long, president of the Ohio Christian Alliance, issued the following statement:
“We’re deeply disappointed that Governor Strickland rejected this amendment to prohibit Ohio tax dollars from being used for human cloning. Continue reading
From Ron Ewart, President of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF RURAL LANDOWNERS:
With the Democrat candidates for President chewing each other up and heading towards self destruction and melt-down at their national convention, and with each of the Democrat candidates being so far left of any definable center, John McCain could easily be the next president of the United States. Continue reading
From Frances Rice, Chairman of the National Black Republican Association:
In his Philadelphia speech on race, Senator Barack Obama justified his 20-year relationship with his anti-American pastor, Rev. Jeremiah Wright, by castigating as racist a host of people, including his own white grandmother who he later lambasted as a “typical white” racist. Conspicuously omitted from Obama’s culpability list is the architect of modern day racism—the Democratic Party. Continue reading
From Nancy Morgan:
Let’s see if I understand the rules.
Blacks, African Americans, or whatever the politically correct nom du jour is, are free to rail against whites. But if a white dares to mention race, the consequences are dire.
Geraldine Ferraro is the latest casualty in the ongoing race war, which, oddly enough, has only white casualties. Geraldine was forced to step down from Hillary’s campaign because she dared exercise her first amendment right, suggesting Obama wouldn’t be succeeding in the Democratic nomination battle if he weren’t black. Continue reading