Republicans For Jennifer Garrison

F*ck That Noise
August 20, 2009, 7:18 pm
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Boy, the far-left liberals must really have the long knives out now:  they can’t bury Jennifer Garrison because of her support for marriage, they can’t bury Jennifer Garrison because she supports our right to bear arms, and they can’t bury her for choosing life over the holocaust of the unborn.  So what do they do?

Bury her under that familiar (in a post-Huissein Obama world) liberal sling:  RACIST!

This is the last resort of a desperate horde of moonbats, tilting about in their Godless existence, looking for somebody or something to blame for all of their problems, and the target they appear to have settled on is the only patriot left in the entire democrat party.  Disgusting.


The Dirty Goddamn Hippie Assault Continues
August 20, 2009, 1:04 pm
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Yeah, I see you, blogger interrupted, calling me a knuckledragger, hating on the last, best hope Ohio has to not let our elections be totally overrun by the corrupt poverty pimps at ACORN and their socialist agenda.  Let’s get something straight here:  there’s nothing knuckledragging about supporting the preservation of God’s law and our Christian heritage and ethics.  Godless societies are doomed to fail, and no matter how many people you assault with your little camera and your bad attitude in that multiethnic cesspool that is Cleveland, you can’t change that you, and the socialists at Ohio Daily, and all of the other Democrat-Socialists are on not just the wrong side of history, but the wrong side of God himself.

All the pictures of Jennifer Garrison on the internet are white for a reason, heathen:  she’s your only shot at salvation.

UPDATE: Modern “Esquire” over at ACORN-Apologist and Homosexual Revolt Headquarters Buckeye State Blog thinks that I might be some form of performance art, the same way the liberals keep telling themselves that that fucking train wreck of a human being that sullied Johnny Cash’s good name isn’t really on crack, he’s “an artist”.  Sadly, hippie, no, I am not some figment-of-your-imagination ally.  I am a freedom-and-America-loving conservative, and I will not rest until you and your ilk have been driven from government for they tyrranies being perpetrated against patriots like me.

This Substansially Dampens My Enthusiasm
August 19, 2009, 5:54 pm
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But hell, it’s not like Marilyn Brown is a threat, and I’d hazard to guess that the Ds see the writing on the wall and know it’s going to take a team effort to blast RINO Jon Husted and his dirty lobbyist money.

Ohio House of Representative endorsements include:
Speaker Tempore Matt Szollosi (Oregon), Assistant Majority Whip Alan Sayre (Dover), Rep. Lorraine Fende (Willowick), Rep. Ron Gerberry (Austintown), Rep. Denise Driehaus (Cincinnati), Rep. Connie Pillich (Montgomery), Rep. Clayton Luckie (Dayton), Rep. Matt Lundy (Elyria), Rep. Joe Koziura (Lorain), Rep. Todd Book (McDermott), Rep. Tyrone Yates (Cincinnati), Rep. Mark Okey (Carrollton), Rep. Debbie Newcomb (Conneaut), Rep. Dennis Murray (Sandusky), Rep. Kathleen Chandler (Kent), Rep. John Domenick (Smithfield), Rep. Debbie Phillips (Athens), Rep. Stephen Slesnick (Canton), Rep. Peter Ujvagi (Toledo), Rep. Brian Williams (Akron), Rep. Ray Pryor (Chillicothe),Rep. Sandra Harwood (Niles), Rep. Linda Bolon (Columbiana), Rep. Tom Letson (Warren), Rep. Stephen Dyer (Green), and Rep. Roland Winburn (Dayton)

Ohio Senate endorsements include: Capri Cafaro (Hubbard), Jason Wilson (Columbiana), Sue Morano (Lorain), Tom Sawyer (Akron), Eric Kearney (Cincinnati), and Fred Strahorn (Dayton).

Seriously, though, some of these people are socialists:  Eric Kearney?  Debbie Phillips?  Clayton Luckie and Sue Morano?  Ohio businesses shutter every day because of their votes, and our freedoms get a little bit smaller.

AND She’s Smart
August 17, 2009, 5:37 pm
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Obviously I support Jennifer Garrison for a lot of reasons, not the least of which being that she’s a whole hell of a lot more Republican than Jon Husted.  But leave it to some dirty fucking unemployed hippie at Buckeye State Blog to find the goods:  she’s smart.  Smarter than Husted, smarter than Marilyn Brown, smarter even than John Kasich and his Wall Street mind.  Look:


Marriage is suddenly under the national microscope.  Across our country, citizens are debating the question of gay marriage.

In fact, 30 people – many of them college students – recently rallied in support of gay marriage in Marietta.

To many of us, it may seem as if this debate over marriage dropped out of the sky.

Throughout our nation’s history, it was simply understood that marriage was between a man and a woman.  If our shared heritage and our values weren’t enough to instruct us on the definition of marriage, Ohio’s law has been clear.

Yet as bewildering as the gay marriage debate may seem, we know precisely where it originated:  In a courtroom in Boston, Mass.

Last November, the Massachusetts Supreme Court struck down a state measure banning same-sex marriage and instructed the state’s legislature to rewrite the law within 180 days.

It is troubling that a small group of Massachusetts judges are rewriting the laws of their state.  As we learned in school, it is the role of judges to interpret laws, not write them.

Be even more unsettling is the fact that judicial activism in Massachusetts could set policy for other states.  Under the “full faith and credit” clause of the U.S. Constitution, marriages performed in one state have always been recognized in another.

And this is why Ohio’s Defense of Marriage Act is so very important.  It declares that marriages between people of the same gender are “against the strong public policy of the state” and will not be recognized in Ohio.  It is hoped this should be enough to allow Ohioans to continue defining marriage for ourselves as between one man and one woman, and not have another definition forced upon us.

State Rep. Nancy Hollister and I disagree on this important issue.  She voted against the Defense of Marriage Act.  But I support it.

Marriage is a fundamental building block of society, one that predates our nation and even the birth of Christ.  Ultimately, it is a statement about our values as human beings.

Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney – himself an opponent of same sex marriage – said it well;  “The institution of marriage was not created by government, and it should not be redefined by government.” – I agree.

Jennifer Garrison

Editors Note:  Jennifer Garrison is the democratic candidate for state representative in the 93rd House district.  She lives in Marietta.

Do you think anybody else on the ballot could write that?  I rest my case.

A Littany of Smears and Sexist Tripe
August 14, 2009, 1:29 am
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Yeah, I see you assembling against me, you dirty fucking hippies.  If by “smears and sexist tripe” you mean “unapologetic support for America, American Values, and the finest traditions of our great nation and her founders”, I’m your guy.

dont_tread_on_meCome fucking get some.

NARAL Comes After Jennifer Garrison
August 11, 2009, 7:31 pm
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Babykillers that want to distract from their Nigerian President’s failure of a healthcare plan.  Take a look:

Last week, Jennifer Garrison, a democrat from Marietta, officially entered
the race for Ohio’s Secretary of State. Jennifer Garrison currently serves
in the Ohio House of Representatives and has a 0% rating from NARAL
Pro-Choice Ohio.

Rep. Garrison showed just how extreme her anti-choice position is when she
filled out the 2008 candidate questionnaire for Ohio Right to Life, saying
she would:

support legislation in Ohio to outlaw abortion (with only an exception to
save a woman’s life),support legislation that would allow pharmacists to
refuse to dispense emergency contraception, and
support state funding for so-called “crisis pregnancy centers” that lie to
women about the risks of abortion and never refer patients for abortion or
birth control services.
Representative Garrison does not share our values. Become a member of NARAL
Pro-Choice Ohio today, and help us to stop her from moving to a statewide
leadership position!

In the last two elections, pro-choice candidates have won across this state,
including U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown, U.S. Rep. Mary Jo Kilroy, and six new
pro-choice state representatives.  We can’t start losing ground now. The
person who wins the secretary of state race in 2010 will sit on the
reapportionment board and will help re-draw our legislative districts.  We
need a strong pro-choice voice in this position, and Jennifer Garrison does
not fit.

As we enter the 2010 election cycle we cannot become complacent! Donate and
become a member of NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio now, and help ensure that our
candidates believe that women, not the government, should be allowed to make
their own private medical decisions. Together we can keep our pro-choice
winning streak alive!

Yours in Choice,
Kellie Copeland
Executive Director

Shock: Radical Homosexual Lobby Attacks Jennifer Garrison
August 6, 2009, 2:41 pm
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Well, who didn’t see this coming