Dingbat Mary Taylor Told Businesses To Leave Ohio

As if Ohio’s gubernatorial candidate from Wall St., John Kasich wasn’t already enough of a dud on his own, now his running mate Mary Taylor really shot off her mouth.   Taylor, who used to be an accountant, admitted that she told her clients to go to Florida to avoid paying taxes.   Well, isn’t that special?    The running mate of the man who wants to be governor of Ohio told people to leave Ohio.

And yet my TV screen is almost constantly polluted with commercials show some dumb hick belching out “Strickland didn’t get the jobs”.    Oh yeah, well Mary Taylor told, in some cases,  “the jobs” to leave Ohio.


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2 Responses to Dingbat Mary Taylor Told Businesses To Leave Ohio

  1. therealgirlscout says:

    Kasich is now “whining” in a commercial that he was only the small cog in the big wheel of Lehmans, and his opponent is “bad-mouthing” him. Excuse me, but I believe the FIRST commercials I saw were Kasich’s side, condemning Strickland for making all the jobs leave Ohio. As my mom used to say, “If you can’t take it, don’t dish it out.”

  2. myfoxmystere says:

    Don’t worry guys…it’s worse in California: MOONBEAM wants to become Governor again! And he did such a wonderful job prosecuting criminals as Attorney General: now we have bunches of gang-bangers running wild, thank you! Our California Schools are broke, and he ran down the budget up in Oakland California’s schools, until they went broke and got taken over by the state. And moonbeam says he’s quite frugal…oh he’s frugal alright…on the braincells! Well, I’ll be saying hello to the first female governor of California…or is moonbeam a girly-man to begin with? You guys in Ohio have some better choices than what’s come up for California: ours is either the big old dumb moongas-bag vs a RINO. Have fun at the polls, and be sure to vote your conscience!

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