29 July 2006

KingCast receives ad hominem diatribe on Strickland vs. Blackwell.

Comment #2 from this post just in from Columbus basically says Strickland is
a) a homosexual who hangs around people who might be pedophiles;
b) alleges through innuendo linking Strickland with John Wayne Gacy, that he too, exhibits "classic behavior of gay pedophiles,"
c) alleges that Strickland's wife is a lesbian.

My response is that even if all that were true, the writer has done nothing to dispel the popular, and correct notion that Ken Blackwell is a lying and evil piece of shit who lied on his blog about his affiliation with the Council for National Policy, not to mention the Diebold debacle and his pending qui tam litigation filed by RFK, Jr. Heck, if I were in Columbus I would vote for Bob Fitrakis anyway, at least he had the balls to represent Jerry Doyle in the fight against corruption in Columbus Public Schools, as I did successfully in 1998 as you can see in "American Lawyer #1" at KingCast.net.

And wait until you see our new movie in the next day or so, "Then and Now," featuring, inter alia, Loretta Heard blasting Mary Jo Kilroy, Esq. and see exactly why Messrs. Doyle and Fitrakis (and I) were all correct then... and now.

Breaking news: Read this Columbus Dispatch link about GOP Chairman Bob Bennett firing GOP paid shill Gary Lankford and the comments section to this post to see if the GOP may have had something to do with disseminating this hateful information in the first instance.

KingCast.net and Justiceforkids.net: Straight, but not narrow.

1 comment:

Christopher King said...

Whoa! is me:

Columbus Dispatch reporter Joe Hallett noted in a story on the 28th that paid Republican shill Gary Lankford was fired by Republican Chairman Robert T. Bennett as a result of passing these very comments in an email.

Apparently this is not the first time that Mr. Lankford has engaged in scandalous activity, such that one must wonder if there may have been some tacit, if not overt complicity involved deep in the bowels of the GOP.

As a former Ohio AAG, who left shortly after the entrenchment of Bloody Betty, and as someone who actually hired former Ohio Supreme Court Justice Craig Wright to "defend" a bogus ethics charge:


I told you Ohio is one dirty-assed place and I stand by every word I've ever said.

More on this after further review.