Sunday, March 19, 2006

A Sentiment I can agree with

Okay so I don't use the same terminology...but I think you get the idea:





“So I don’t like Sherrod Brown? Big deal. People have got to get over that,” Hackett said, adding that he still plans to vote for Brown.

15 comments:

Cyberseaer said...

I noticed your F*** Sherrod buttons aren't stamped "Made In The USA" on your pimp site, I mean you retail website. ;)

Interesting it was a similiar thought when I voted for Bush; twice. Bush still scares me, but the Democratic opponents scraed me more.

Hopefully in 2008 the American public will have a choice of two moderates instead of two extremists from eah party. Oh, to dream.


*****Inside message to Lisa. Passed it.*****

Lisa Renee said...

lol - I saw a few people write "that should be on a t-shirt" so? I decided I know how to do it and if nothing else? I designed a cool shirt for me that is on it's way.

Good point about made in the USA, some of their stuff is some of of it probably isn't. I know the one organic cotton shirt that I have (that I really love) is made in the USA. It cost more but it was worth it.

****inside message back...I knew you would*****

Anonymous said...

Go peddle your stupid trash somewhere else. Is Rove paying you more than minimum wage?

Lisa Renee said...

Gee...considering you don't even live in Ohio anonymous? And it's my blog? If you don't like it? Take your humorless behind someplace else.

:-)

Lisa Renee said...

Note to self...you can spend hours researching to write posts yet create a F Sherrod shirt because you think it's funny?

Magically people show up. Gee and I thought the secret was to write about Tim Russo.

:-)

Stephanie said...

That sucks.

Stephanie said...

Are you really planning on voting for the guy who pushed all his "side's" opponents out of the running before the primaries?

Lisa Renee said...

What's the alternative? Vote for Mike DeWine? That I can't do and despite the anonymous yahoos, Paul has stated all along he would like those of us who supported him to vote for Sherrod. Unless a miracle happens and someone enters the race as an independent it's really a sucky situation to be in. I could decide not to vote for that race at all but what if DeWine wins?

It's the never ending which is the greater evil vote that I am frankly tired of.

Stephanie said...

Lisa,

"It's the never ending which is the greater evil vote that I am frankly tired of."

I understand. I thought there was an independent involved in this one.

Lisa Renee said...

Nope, not for the Senate, we do have a Libertarian Candidate, Bill Pierce for Governor.

There is a guy running in the primary against Sherrod, by the name of Keiser, I first thought about voting for him in the primary as a protest sort of vote until I found out he believes things like all homosexuals should get the death penalty...so he's not my kind of Democrat...

:-)

Stephanie said...

"... he believes things like all homosexuals should get the death penalty..."

OMG! I didn't think anybody, but possibly that Phelps guy, was still that far out there!

Anonymous said...

Sherrod Brown isn't the lesser of two evils here. I can understand why you're upset about what happened, but let's take a look at the facts. Paul Hackett was down by 20-30 points in all the polls on the primary. He was burning through cash at an ungodly rate. He didn't want to fundraise, he didn't listen to his staff's advice, and he gave them a week off right before a crucial FEC deadline. He had no chance in the primary, and clearing it out lets Brown save resources for the general election.

I never thought I'd see someone who calls themself "liberal" refer to a real progressive candidate as the "lesser of two evils."

Lisa Renee said...

Well I guess now you have, though I've never called myself a progressive. Nor have I ever said I wouldn't support Sherrod once Hackett pulled out, if you had been here before you'd know my position on that. As far as how what happened when? That really doesn't matter anymore since he is the only real Democratic Candidate for the Ohio Senate.

This silly belief that we all just have to pretend we love him as a candidate is just that...silly. I don't, yet I do respect what he did in the House and I think the loss of his seniority in that position especially if he loses to DeWine would be a huge blow.

I have no idea if you live in Ohio, or not, most of the "fan" mail I've gotten from this one post has not been from those who even live in Ohio. I put my name on what I do and I'm not ashamed to say I am sick and tired of career politicians who talk more than they act. This is more than me being disappointed that Paul Hackett pulled out of the race. It's the behind the scenes bs where we have Chris Redfern openly saying he wants the Democratic Party to be more like the Republicans when it comes to having uncontested primary races. The reason Ohioans decided they wanted a primary process was because they wanted a choice.

So you can make what you want of one post like this one, but unless you are planning on spending hours here reading what I've written on this topic in the past or actually having a real discussion on this issue? I think I can live with your disappointment or surprise with my opinion. But...thank you for at least being civil about it, I do appreciate that.

Me4Prez said...

I saw his hair in 2003 when he opposed the Iraq invasion. Unless he was running for porn star, I couldn't vote for him

Lisa Renee said...

EEK! Of all the posts I've written, this is the one Michael Meckler writes about...

Oh man, I'm going to have to start writing about Rachel Ray...

Mr. Meckler? I appreciate the credit but the phrase belongs to Paul Hackett not me. All I did was design a t-shirt. Which despite popular rumor on some other blogs, was not selling immediately and is not at this rate going to ever outnumber the "Lisa on a t-shirt" sales.

:-)