Sherrod Brown: WITLESS

LeBron James doesn’t have too many friends in the Buckeye State. After he smacked Cleveland in the face two years ago, blindsiding the Cavaliers organization and weakening the surrounding economy by an estimated $200 million, it’s easy to see why the man isn’t so well liked.

Yep, it’s easy to say that, in Ohio, there are few men more despised than LeBron James.

Unless, of course, you’re a do-nothing career politician bent on killing Ohio jobs.

That’s right, folks. ¬†Democrat Senator Sherrod Brown is held in lower esteem than even LeBron himself, according to a new poll conducted by liberal pollster Public Policy Polling.

39% of Ohio voters have an unfavorable opinion of James, which is 7 points higher than the 32% who say they are fans of the Cleveland Cavaliers, suggesting that dislike for James is not limited to spurned Cavalier fans.

But as for Brown

A 42% plurality now disapprove of Sherrod Brown’s job performance to only 38% who approve…

That bears repeating.  42% of Ohioans disapprove of Sherrod Brown while 39% disapprove of the man who stabbed his hometown in the back.

Looks like Ohioans find it less offensive to pull a Benedict Arnold than an Ike Turner.

Cross-posted at GOHP Blog.

Author: Jake3BP

Formerly GOHP Blog, now Jake3BP. Working to present a unique, conservative perspective on politics in the state and throughout the nation. Just a regular working Joe, bringing you in depth and engaging discussion on the issues affecting our state and nation.

One thought on “Sherrod Brown: WITLESS”

  1. Hopefully we can lower Browns approval rating!

    Remember in 2010 when Brown urged President Obama to stop funneling billions overseas to outsource stimulus funded jobs? Brown continued by saying “we cannot sit idly by while China races to the forefront of clean energy production at the expense of U.S. manufacturing, U.S. jobs, and independence”!

    Then Brown turns around one year or so later and stabs Ohio coal miners in the back by voting FOR more stringent EPA controls, which are closing our coal mines leaving thousands out of work!

    Time for Brown to go!

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