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Ted Strickland is Wall Street to the Core

July 29, 2010 at 5:48 pm Matt Leave a comment Go to comments

If it was voting in Congress to expand credit to Democrat voters who had no ability to actually pay a mortgage or voting in 2005 to allow the Treasury to bailout Fannie/Freddie just a year before the housing market collapsed… Congressman Ted Strickland supported the heavy handed market manipulation which made some on Wall Street wealthy while causing the most serious recession since the Carter-years.

And while he plays to voters using his carefully crafted, aww shucks, Duck-Run persona, he has shameless taken money from the very same financial services workers he has besmirched.

Ted Strickland, you are a hypocrite:

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  1. LakeCounty, OH
    July 29th, 2010 at 15:23 | #1

    This is the kind of “leadership” that has Ohio at the entrance of the financial cemetery. This also is the kind of politics that fuels the Tea Party movement. Strickland profits unions at every turn, and declares he fixed school funding when all he did was pour unfunded mandates on to schools that will seek levies to pay for them. What gross hypocrisy. If the undecided voters for governor don't break for Kasich, it will be that death of the Buckeye State.

  2. LakeCounty, OH
    July 29th, 2010 at 22:23 | #2

    This is the kind of “leadership” that has Ohio at the entrance of the financial cemetery. This also is the kind of politics that fuels the Tea Party movement. Strickland profits unions at every turn, and declares he fixed school funding when all he did was pour unfunded mandates on to schools that will seek levies to pay for them. What gross hypocrisy. If the undecided voters for governor don’t break for Kasich, it will be that death of the Buckeye State.

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