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Comment by Nancy on May 26, 2016 at 5:36pm

One more reason (of many) why no one in this household will ever vote to re-elect Jim Renacci as our Congressperson: 

43 Republicans Join Democrats to Support Obama’s Transgender Agenda

Comment by Nancy on March 9, 2016 at 9:15am

No doubt you've probably heard about the "secretive" GOP elites meeting in Georgia this past weekend: 



Don't know whether I'm surprised or appalled that Rob Portman was there. 

For me, this isn't so much about the GOP establishment elites/top business men trying to stop one particular candidate but more about how the GOP establishment elites/top business men think they can override the will of the majority of American voters (regardless of who the candidate is).  

For his participation in this (IMO) treacherous meeting, along with his overall lack of listening to the majority of OH voters/for siding with GOP leadership/for continually supporting BHO agenda/candidates for judgeships/cabinet positions, et al, I cannot/will not vote for Rob Portman. 


I see that Portman has an opponent on the primary ballot: 

Don Elijah Eckhart





I'm afraid that too many OH voters will simply pull the lever & vote (again) for Portman (simply because they recognize his name) but I'm willing to look further into his challenger because IMO I feel OH deserves better than an establishment elite who thinks he & his cronies can undermine the will of the majority of American voters. 

(ok, stepping off my soap box now)

Comment by Keith on July 25, 2015 at 11:45am

we hear all this talk about reforms needed on Washington.. reforms to congress. but do we actually think with the way thing's go now.. they are going to want to fix themselves?

  we hear elected leaders, and presidential candidate's talk about  term limits. like limiting cronies to a certain amount of time, will fix the problems of DC.. I tend to think it will only make the cronies act out their hidden agendas quicker..

  My thoughts on this issue, to really get them in line, is to demand a few good things. ones that will hold them 100% accountable.. accountable for their votes, their actions, and their speech's.  weather it be on radio, TV, or on the floors of the chambers..

  1 term limits.. in this it is self explanatory..

  2 A bill that would make recalling of federal elected officials a right of every state, and at any time..

  3 upon taking their oath of office, they take an oath to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. so help them god.. this oath will be in effect till next election.any time they get caught lying, weather it be on TV, on the floor, or in a speech, charges of perjury are brought up on them..

  4 any bill, or law passed must affect the congress, just as much as it affects the people.. meaning they do not to get to vote for something they get to enforce on us, but get to exclude, or opt themselves out of..

 5 if anything in a bill, up for vote on the floor, does not specifically pertain to the bills title, it is not valid for a vote..

  these are just a few of the many things I have thought of. that might get Washington DC I line.. but I also feel none of them are going to fix themselves, and it is going to take a convention of states to fix it for them..

just my thoughts...

Comment by Shelley SImms on April 25, 2015 at 9:31am

Yet again our options are bad and badder. I doubt we will get any viable candidate to run against him.

Comment by Nancy on April 25, 2015 at 9:27am

We emailed Sen. Portman as soon as we heard he had voted to confirm Loretta Lynch for AG; here's his reply: 


You know, IMO,at least Sherrod Brown doesn't hide his progressivism; Portman has turned RINO IMO and I truly hope there will be another choice to consider when he runs for re-election because I have had enough of him not listening to OH/USA and siding with the Dems! 

Comment by Nancy on April 23, 2015 at 1:29pm
Won't ever be voting for him ever again!

Another Republican running for re-election, Senator Rob Portman of Ohio, also gave Ms. Lynch a thumbs-up.
Comment by Nancy on April 23, 2015 at 12:53pm


Of the 65 Republicans in the 99-member House, only five voted against the budget Wednesday evening.


Comment by Nancy on April 23, 2015 at 12:35pm

Ohio House Republicans embrace Obamacare expansion


TWEET/CALL/EMAIL-remind them please that in 2011, Ohio overwhelmingly rejected O'care by amending OH's constitution! Tell your rep to vote AGAINST O'care-Ohio can't afford it IMO--thanks! 

Comment by Shelley SImms on April 17, 2015 at 7:04pm

I've been disappointed in those two for awhile.

Comment by Nancy on April 17, 2015 at 5:51pm

Is this what you voted 4 when you re-elected Rep Renacci & Rep Gibbs? 

Republicans Conspire With Dems to Raise the Gas Tax


This household won't be voting 4 Renacci ever again! 


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