Ohio Republican George Voinovich to Retire – No Loss Here

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Voinovich Retirement

Sen. George Voinovich, R-Ohio, is seen in Lewis Center, Ohio. Voinovich is telling associates he intends to retire rather than run again in 2010, according to officials inside the party

Flap has no use for the “RETIRING” George Voinovich and so it is no great loss to the Republican Party for him to retire.

Ohio Republican George Voinovich is expected to announce Monday that he won’t seek reelection to the Senate in 2010.

A two-term senator, former governor and Cleveland mayor, Voinovich has been a political fixture in his state for decades. But recent press reports from his home state have indicated the 72-year-old lawmaker is considering retirement, and a person close to him told Politico that the announcement will come Monday.

Flap remembers the harsh treatment former United Nations Ambassador John Bolton received from Voinovich during his confirmation hearings.

Rumor is that either Republican Budget Director Rob Portman or former Congressman John Kasich will make a run for the office. Both would make great Senators, unlike Voinovich.

Good bye and good luck, Senator.

Don’t let the door hit you on the ass as you leave.

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GOP Senators Kit Bond, Mel Martinez and Now George Voinovich Set to Retire – Openings for a New Generation of GOP Senators

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Kit Bond Retirement

Missouri’s senior Sen. Christopher ‘Kit’ Bond, R-Mo., addresses members of the Missouri House of Representatives Thursday, Jan. 8, 2009, in Jefferson City, Mo. Bond, 69, announced he would not seek re-election in 2010

It is time to clear out the GOP deadwood in the United States Senate and pave the way for a new generation of Republican Party leadership in the chamber.

The prospects actually look good for some decent candidates.

I am hearing rumors coming out of Ohio that Senator Voinovich is seriously considering making an announcement next week that he won’t be running for re-election. According to my sources, Rob Portman would likely be the Republican to replace him. This also opens up the GOP gubernatorial nomination for former Republican Congressman John Kasich.

Now, with a some excellent Republican candidates in California, the GOP is already looking up.

How about Nevada?

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Say Good Bye to Senator George Voinovich

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Remember when this MORON cried during John Bolton’s confirmation as United Nations Ambassador?

Ohio GOP say good bye and support a primary challenge to this embarassment.


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