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  • Ohioblog: A Swing State Journal





    Saturday, October 16, 2004

    Ms. Ohioblog's catty comments  

    Ms. Ohioblog here with a dawg bone to pick concerning presidential surveys. Connie Bloom, who writes a wonderful pets column for the Akron Beacon Journal, points out that ``25 percent of dog owners feel more inclined to vote for a presidential candidate who owns a dog (and) this climbs to 32 percent for Southerners.'' Both President Bush (black Scottie named Barney) and Sen. John Kerry (German Shepherd named Kim, but stupidly and too cutely spelled Cym. So in the dog race, the candidates, as in the campaign, are deadlocked. A cat would break the tie for me. That's why I was a Clinton woman (no, not like Monica). President Clinton not only had a dog, but also Socks the cat. I became an ex-Clinton woman when Socks was given away to the president's secretary. The White House needs a cat to keep the political rats out.

    posted by Ohioblog: A Swing State Journal at 10:47 AM



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