Thursday, September 28, 2006


I just thought Id let you know how I feel. Thanks bye.


Monday, September 25, 2006


I was asked to write a column in the Avon Lake Press about the president and why he is doing a good job. It should be in Wednesday's addition, so check it out and let me know what you think.



The Presidents approval rating remains in the low 40's according to a new CNN poll. Almost all the recent polls have his numbers on the rise. Thats good news by the way.



DO NOT...I repeat DO NOT ask former president Bill Clinton any tough questions about terrorism. He cannot handle it. He might lose his temper and freak out on you while spewing out untrue facts. Hes a bit hot under the collar that one is, so if you plan to ask anything that isnt a softball you might want to bring a taser. Thank you.

-Brad Michael Negulescu

Friday, September 22, 2006


Sherrod Brown and Mike DeWine will debate today on the Triv Show. The show starts at 3:30 and is on WTAM 1100. This should be great and I hope everyone listens. This could be huge for DeWine who should be able to wipe the floor with Brown. Lets all hope he comes through. Enjoy.


Thursday, September 21, 2006

CRAIG FOLTIN BLOGGING ON CLEVELAND.COM is doing something very neat. They are allowing candidates to blog for a few days at at a time, to really explain themselves to the voters on a more personal level. Congressional candidate Craig Foltin is blogging right now, and you can read it here. I hope you all check it out because its a good way to learn about the people we should vote for. Bye.


Wednesday, September 20, 2006


Today at the United Nations, Hugo Chavez called President Bush 'the devil'. Here is what I want to know, why do we let this man come to our country anyway? I dont care if he was at the UN or not, he should not be in the United States of America. He is the enemy. Chavez has some sort of chip on his shoulder because he has oil in his country. Im not sure who he is trying to kid, but he does not scare anyone. If he makes one false move, he will be obliderated within a matter of minutes. His military is pathetic and wouldnt be able to stand up to us for a week.

I hope that every American politician, regardless of party, comes out and denounces these ridiculous comments. We should not have to put up with this kind of crap, and if we stand united against our enemies, like Chavez, we wont. Cindy Sheehan and Harry Belafonte should be proud of their best friend. Im almost positive they are gitty tonight at what Chavez said, which just proves how nutty those types of people are. I hope that Hugo Chavez is never allowed back within the United States, except to kiss George W. Bush's feet. I know thats not likely, but it sure would be a great picture.


More Polls!

Ok some new polls are out today which always gets my blood pumping since I consider myself a poll whore. With that said, lets get into the numbers shall we?


Quinnipiac poll

Strickland (D) 53%
Blackwell (R) 35.7%
Undecided 8%

University of Cincinnati Poll

Strickland (D) 50%
Blackwell (R) 38%
Undecided 7%

U.S Senator

Quinnipiac Poll

Brown (D) 45%
DeWine (R) 44%
Undecided 11%

University of Cinci Poll

Brown (D) 51%
DeWine (R) 47%
Undecided 2%

The polls are all over the map, and with a different one coming out everyday, interpret them at your own disgression. My feelings, Blackwell continues to fall while DeWine shows some momentum. I still think that Blackwell will lose and DeWine will win. Thats That.


Tuesday, September 19, 2006


A new USA Today/Gallup poll is out today with very good news for Republicans. Its about time right? In this poll, President Bush's approval rating is up to 44%, with 51% disapproval. That is up alot over the past few weeks. I guess his speeches on the war are paying off, plus the anniversary of 9/11 will always help him.

Another important number in the poll is the generic congressional ballot. According to Gallup, the generic vote is now even between Republicans and Democrats. This is a crucial development as far as 2006 is concerned. I hope the president can continue to get his numbers up, because if so, I feel very confident the GOP will do just fine in November.

Monday, September 18, 2006


Never in my life have I seen a person lose as much as Maurice Clarett has over the past four years. The kid had the world at his disposal, with millions of dollars guarenteed to him as long as he just played football. Today, the guy is a disaters. For at least the next three and a half years, Clarett will be locked up because of his numerous run-ins with the law. Maybe, just maybe this stint in the clink will straighten him out, because if not, if he continues to lead this life, he will eventually end up dead, which im surprised he hasnt already. This story is a shame, but its a perfect example of what can happen when people get fame and fortune in a matter of weeks. Clarett aint the first and he wont be the last.