Steve White in trouble again

Well democrat congressional candidate Steve White is in trouble yet again. You may remember he was investaget for showing;

The clip refers to President Bush as an a–hole and includes disparaging remarks about top people in the Bush administration, as well as Fox News personalities such as Bill O’Reilly.

If that is not bad enough it looks like Steve White did almost the same thing again, except against Bill Clinton.

White, who is a Democratic candidate for the District 4 seat on the state House of Representatives, was previously accused of showing an offensive Internet video against the Bush administration to his eighth grade science class at West Limestone High School.

“We’ve had some calls from parents about other allegations and we are talking to students,” Carroll said. “We hope by (Tuesday) we will be able to determine something and move in whatever direction we need to.”

Carroll did not describe the new complaints but one parent said an obscene video showing an animated Bill Clinton was shown to students.
 

This is wrong, forcing your beliefs onto other people, who are 8th grade students. This seems like grounds for removal from his position. Does he think this is helping him? Liberals might not even vote for him. These actions need to be ended immediately. At the least White should have no contact with any school computer for the time being.

I especially love that White forced a young man in his class to say "John Kerry Rocks," before leaving class.

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Dodds Found Alive

CNNDemocrat Congressional candidate Chris Dodds who went missing the other day after a car crash has been found alive.

A congressional hopeful wrecked his car and wandered a mile in a daze, swimming across a river and then huddling under leaves for warmth until he was found alive a day later, officials and relatives said.

Gary Dodds, 41, was taken to a hospital to be treated for hypothermia late Thursday. His wife, Cynthia, said Friday that he was doing well but has only foggy memories of his ordeal and "definitely had a good bump to the head."

Dodds crashed on the Spaulding Turnpike on Wednesday evening, but emergency workers who arrived a few minutes later found his car empty. When Dodds failed to come home or contact his family, authorities began a search by air and on foot.

"He believes he may have swerved to miss a deer or something in the road," she told WMUR-TV. "He jumped out of the vehicle. He thought it was on fire."

Never want anything bad to happen to anyone like this. Wondering if more will come out of this. It seems very odd, at the least after the accident he was very dazed and confused, that is a possibility.

Published in: on April 8, 2006 at 10:36 pm  Leave a Comment  

Dems shaking in there boots

Michael Steele Republican for Senate in Maryland has the Democrats shaking in there boots.AP

An internal document prepared by a top Democratic strategist warns that a majority of African American voters in Maryland are open to supporting Republican Senate candidate Michael S. Steele and advises the party not to wait to "knock Steele down."

The 37-page report says a sizable segment of likely black voters — as much as 44 percent — would readily abandon their historic Democratic allegiances "after hearing Steele's messaging."

"Governor Ehrlich and [Lt. Gov.] Michael Steele have a clear ability to break through the Democratic stronghold among African American voters in Maryland," says the March 27 report by Cornell Belcher, polling consultant for the Democratic National Committee, which bases its findings on a survey of 489 black voters in Maryland conducted last month.

The report, given to The Washington Post this week, drills into a topic that has emerged as a key focus of this year's U.S. Senate contest in Maryland: race.

You go Steele keep up the good work. Support Steele, he has had a hard time by people saying he is running in the wrong party. Steele knows what he is doing, a true Republican, looks like the first African American elected to statewide office in Maryland will become Senator if he keeps the work up.

Published in: on April 7, 2006 at 7:50 pm  Leave a Comment