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Ohio House passes LGBT non-discrimination bill. Republican complains of increased number of homos

Ohio has been one of those states that was fertile ground for a marriage amendment; in 2004 there were not enough progressive or moderate voters to keep it at bay, a cornucopia of religious fundamentalists and bigots marshalled forces to power it through to the polls where it easily passed,…

Post-Racial My Black Ass

When you go to an amusement park, you generally don’t expect to have a moment more meaningful than figuring out how many times a roller coaster runs in an hour. Yesterday, I was at Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio. Having finished a thoroughly underwhelming meal, I was waiting outside of…

Swing states, Final Round: Ohio and Pennsylvania

Final two swing state music round-ups as we go into liveblogging. What’s round on the ends and high in the middle? OH-HI-OH! I’m wearing my Devo shirt to send good vibes to Ohio voters so they elect Obama. Ween is from New Hope, Pennsylvania. Here they are with a tribute…

Keeping the hope alive for a couple more hours

One more blogathon post and I’m taking a break for a couple hours to run errands. Use this thread to recommend music from musicians from Pennsylvania, Florida, Ohio, North Carolina, and maybe Indiana and Missouri. Indiana will be fun (Jackson family), but I’m less than convinced that they’re going to…

The Corner Is A Giant Canister Of Fucking Stupid

For some reason, I decided to sit through this pit of awkward National Review desperation coupled with Jim Geraghty’s awful haircut brushed into what can only be called a giant turd bang: Jump to about 8:00 in, where Geraghty starts talking about early voting in Ohio: “And the other thing…

If Scary Black People Vote, Then All Voters Will Be Scary Black People

After years of hairshirted libtards whining and bitching about “vote-stealing machines”, “disenfranchisement” and some bullshit called “the Supreme Court”, conservatives have finally figured out the real threat to democracy: voters without property. The ongoing conservative obsession with voter fraud is a.) largely bogus and b.) almost entirely focused on eliminating…

The Gay Muslim Chronicles

Findlay, Ohio is at about the 3/4 point between Columbus and Ann Arbor, meaning that I’ve been through the city several times in the past couple of months alone. And, well, yeah. On the television in his living room, Peterman has watched enough news and campaign advertisements to hear the…

Revenue Is For Loser States

The state of Ohio is tight on cash, and one of the big fights that’s consuming the statehouse is how to continue paying for things. State Rep. John Sidney (R-Sidney) has the simplest solution, which is to apparently stop. For 36 years, Ohioans have been sending a portion of their…

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