This Cincinnati voter plans to fight for the right to vote as many times as she likes. Except, that it’s called voter fraud. Chris ‘Tingles’ Matthews smeared the GOP recently saying that the GOP is trying to prevent people from voting. No Chris, the GOP is trying to prevent what happened in Cincinnati and in Virginia so that Democrats can’t flood the system illegally.
[D]emocrat oi has been an official poll worker for the last quarter century and registered thousands of people to vote last year. She candidly admitted to Cincinnati’s Channel 9 this week that she voted twice in the last election.
Richardson insists she has done nothing wrong and promises to contest the charges: “I’ll fight it for Mr. Obama and for Mr. Obama’s right to sit as president of the United States.”
This is great news for residents in Ohio. See this link to read the press release.
See the video at this link which shows the Federal Government is going to essentially run the exchange no matter who creates it. So, why spend state money then? This means Ohio can use the money they were going to spend in much better ways to the benefit of its citizenry.
Last night’s Romney rally drew between 18,000-30,000. President Obama only drew 2,800 earlier in the day in Ohio. Take a look… (Click this link for full size version of the panoramic view of the rally.)
In the second installment of SNL‘s special Thursday night shows, Jay Pharaoh‘s President Obama got a chance to speak to a big crowd of supporters in Ohio, with his tradition of rolling up his sleeves “like a weatherman on Friday.” Obama took questions from the crowd, and although the people in the audience complained about their current economic situation, the president spun all of them as truly American success stories.
Obama was awkwardly confronted by a woman who doesn’t like Romney, but kind of expected more in the past four years. The president said that real change takes time, so it’s possible he “might be long dead” before anything actually changes. Obama was bullish about the economy, paraphrasing The Sixth Sense to say “I see employed people.”
CLEVELAND (AP) — An Ohio man says he was giving money to a panhandler in a wheelchair when the cash fell to the ground and he was cited by police for littering.
WJW-TV reports John Davis, of Elyria, could have been ticketed for donating to a panhandler but instead was cited for a potentially more expensive violation issued to people who dump trash. It’s a $344 ticket, plus court costs and attorney fees.
The 42-year-old Davis says he was driving May 17 when he spotted the panhandler and reached out of his vehicle to give the man a couple of dollars, but the money dropped.