Friday, October 20, 2006
Nobody likes Kenny anymore
At a rain-soaked rally, Republican gubernatorial candidate Ken Blackwell told about 200 supporters Thursday that he does not question Democrat Ted Strickland's sexuality but does fault him for not "standing up" as a congressman for sexually abused children.Compare this to Strickland's recent rally with 1,500 in Columbus that didn't rely on paid commentators:
"I don't care what his sexual preference is," Blackwell said at Blue Ash's Veterans Memorial Park, where about 50 protesters ringed the pro-Blackwell crowd, booing and shouting throughout his speech.
Ted even had a "choir" that brought a special air of jubilation to the throng:
By the way, we heard Kilroy rocked Wednesday night, too: