• Plunderbund’s short memory regarding the Dispatch poll

    by  • September 16, 2014 • 2 Comments

    You may have seen the Columbus Dispatch poll released over the weekend that shows Governor Kasich with a whopping 30-point lead over the wreck that is Edward Fitzgerald. With Ohio Democratic voters apparently sitting on their hands this election, the party could be headed for an epic defeat in the governor’s race. Republican Gov....

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    More bad news for Ed Fitzgerald

    by  • September 12, 2014 • 3 Comments

    Ed Fitzgerald wants Ohioans to forget about all of his scandals, move on and consider him a legitimate candidate for governor. It isn’t working. On Wednesday, Rasmussen released a poll showing Governor Kasich leading him by 20 points. That followed a University of Akron poll that showed a 19-point gap. And today we found...

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    The Wreck of the Edward Fitzgerald

    by  • September 3, 2014 • 6 Comments

    Reminiscent of the ill-fated ship that met its tragic end on the Great Lakes in November 1975, Ed Fitzgerald is headed for his own November disaster. Its impossible to capture every detail of his inept campaign, but the following parody song and video covers most of the major milestones. Full lyrics with linked references...

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    Fitzgerald’s Ship Is Sinking Fast As Redfern Dances Around On The Shipdeck

    by  • September 2, 2014 • 2 Comments

    Journalist Jo Ingles asked Ohio Democratic Party Chairman and State Representative Chris Redfern if he had properly vetted Gubernatorial candidate Ed Fitzgerald. Unwilling to take responsibility for his failure as Chairman, Redfern completely sidestepped the question and stated that vetting isn’t important from a political standpoint. The press conference, originally recorded by Marc Kovac...

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    In Defense of Gay Marriage, from a Pro-Life Republican

    by  • September 1, 2014 • 1 Comment

    The following was submitted by a friend, Phil Van Treuren. I don’t agree with same-sex marriage, but this is certainly a thoughtful counter-argument and thought it a worthy addition to the debate. I may be the first Republican who tells you that I’ve become an advocate for legalizing gay marriage because of my pro-life...

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    There Is A Circus In Detroit That Is Helping Fuel Its Rebirth

    by  • August 31, 2014 • 0 Comments

    Detroit hit rock bottom when it filed for bankruptcy. But, unlike the perpetually distraught city of Flint, Detroit is making a comeback. This comeback is due in large part to private investors and philanthropists who recognize the opportunity to revitalize the city. Detroit is experiencing a technical revolution but there aren’t enough experienced people...

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    Fitzgerald campaign now threatening journalists with prank calls

    by  • August 29, 2014 • 4 Comments

    We keep thinking that Ed Fitzgerald’s campaign team sink any lower. They keep proving us wrong. Brent Larkin wrote a column this morning in the Plain Dealer that criticizes the Ohio Democratic Party for abandoning Ed Fitzgerald in order to salvage their down-ticket races. With one of the most lopsided election losses in Ohio...

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    Larry Sabato: Fitzgerald an “absolute dud”

    by  • August 28, 2014 • 2 Comments

    Larry Sabato has been successfully handicapping political elections for…a long time now. In his latest Crystal Ball, he moves Ohio’s governors race to “Safe Republican”, which is pretty much Larry’s equivalent to sticking a fork in it. Meanwhile, in Ohio, we were always more bullish on Kasich than others: We never had the race...

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    Why is David Pepper hiding his poll numbers?

    by  • August 28, 2014 • 1 Comment

    In case anyone was wondering, polling numbers for the Ohio Attorney General race have finally been revealed. After months of hiding even their own internal poll numbers, it was clear David Pepper was embarrassed by what the numbers said. His “campaign team” has tried for months to divert the attention of voters from the...

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