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Well, he's kind of had it in for me ever since I accidentally ran over his dog. Actually, replace "accidentally" with "repeatedly," and replace "dog" with "son."

Sunday, October 29, 2006


Unbelievable! Jean Schmidt, just elected a short while back to Congress, decided it would be a good idea to let it known that she wants to consider having nuclear waste dumped in her district. I can't think of too many dumber things to say this close to an election. Wow. Her opponent, Victoria Wulsin, must be doing a jig!

It now looks extremely likely that Democrats will win back the house. The question is, how big of a turnaround will it be?


Anonymous said...

You've got to ask yourself if there isn't some funny political game going on . . . like maybe a calculated attempt by Republicans to give the House to Democrats. The mistakes are getting so stupid, I am getting suspicious. 

// posted by USWest

Anonymous said...

I don't want that Schmidt in my backyard!


// posted by Debbie

Anonymous said...

I'd be careful of assuming some devious conspiracy to intentionally lose the election. Why would individual house reps go along with sabotaging their own chances for reelection and even risk possible (or actual) indictment?

I think the explanation is that they really are as dumb and corrupt as Democrats have been saying for years. 

// posted by Raised By Republicans

Anonymous said...

Here is a map of her district . It includes a big chunk of Suburban Cincinnati. I doubt those suburbanites will like the impact such a facility would have their home values. Of course she's talking about putting it out in the rural, semi-Apalachian Pike County. But if she tries to explain to the suburanites that they need not worry because it will be in the sticks, she'll be alienating the rural voters that she probably depends upon - especially in close elections. 

// posted by RBR