Saturday, October 18, 2008

Salzman's in Ohio

In a message dated 10/17/2008 9:59:57 P.M. Pacific Daylight Time, writes:
I'm in Columbus Ohio through election day doing my part to help secure what will hopefully be a tamper proof majority for Obama. Meanwhile Greg Palast and Robert F. Kennedy Jr. have this to say about what's been going on in Colorado, New Mexico and elsewhere:
ROLLING STONE: It's Already Stolen
Investigation by Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and Greg Palast released today

Now THAT's an unbiased source. A good offense is the best defense - now don't look at ACORN anymore, 'K?

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr: Innocent ACORN Defrauded by ACORN Workers Caught in the act, deny, deny, deny.


  1. Ohio is a nice place. Lots of good people there. Property is reasonable. Politics are everywhere.

    I think you'll love it there Richie. Just give it a try.

    Don't forget to write...oh..never mind

  2. Stay as long as you want Dickie ! You don't even have to write.

    But I don't understand? By tamper proof do you mean you hope Obama and crew doesn't get slammed or slimed too much by all the election fraud there?

  3. McCain and ACORN go way back

  4. To the credit of George Clark and Linda Atkins, they are keeping Richard Salzman, David Cobb, Kaitlin Sopoci-Belknap and their Loco Solutions machine well away from their Eureka Council races.


    Colin Powell makes some great points

  6. You think? I thought you guys hated him for participating in the lead up to the war... ohhh, all forgiven now.

    Anyways, it's not going over real well with everyone... Where are the inexperienced, white liberals Powell has endorsed?

    and, Obama's lead slips to 3 points

    Reuters/C-SPAN/Zogby Poll: Obama 47.8%, McCain 45.1%
    McCain slowly gains on Obama

    UTICA, New York - Republican John McCain continued a slow advance on Democrat Barack Obama in the race for President, moving back within three percentage points as the race begins to head down the stretch run, the latest Reuters/C-SPAN/Zogby daily tracking poll shows.
    Data from this poll is available here
    McCain now trails Obama by 2.7 points, down from the 3.9 point deficit he faced 24 hours earlier.
    Seven-point-one percent of the likely voters surveyed said they remain undecided.
    Obama lost five-tenths of a point from yesterday's report, while McCain gained another six-tenths of a point. It was the third consecutive day in which Obama's numbers slipped and McCain's numbers increased...

    Your big money candidate from the Chicago machine is within the margin of error. Pretending to be for the poor, of course.

  7. give me an fing break--- do you see how the s man gravitates to source of the most coruption-- like minds and all that

  8. Anyone want to bet that R Trent or Sara Salzman are registered in Ohio?

  9. Tricky Dick Salzman moved to Ohio? How can this not be good news for us?

    Hopefully he took his dog with him, she's a liberal voter too.

  10. WOOF! Obama! WOOF!

    Almost as good as the call I heard on C-Span today, foreigners just off the boat being bussed to an 'early voting' cite and told how to vote even though they couldn't read.

  11. Non-english speakers can vote, but they do have to be able to read SOME language. We're not like South Africa where we put the picture of the candidate on the ballot.


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