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Rep. John Boehner Interview
Posted by: Jon Henke on Thursday, January 19, 2006

We've completed the blogger conference call with House Majority leader candidate Representative John Boehner. Participating bloggers were...
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"smooth and knowledgable, although he evaded some basic questions".

Like Rep. Shadegg, Rep. Boehner has made his case in the Wall Street Journal and on the Hugh Hewitt show. James Joyner says Boehner was "was smooth and knowledgable, although he evaded some basic questions".

Listen to the entire interview and reach your own conclusions.


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ELSEWHERE:

NZ Bear has put up a very useful House GOP Leadership: Candidates & Questions page containing links to the relevant articles, positions, etc.
 
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Mr. Boehner,
I am a resident of Liberty Township, my children have grown up here and attended Lakota Schools just as your children have. My family has always supported you as you have climbed the ladder, and we hope to continue to do so. You have been contacted by many of the 2600 locked out employee’s of AK Steel and your stand is that you won’t get involved. I feel it is time you change your mind on this issue. My son who is has been a loyal AK Steel employee only wants to work and support his family. When AK Steel locked out their employees that is not what the employee’s wanted, they wanted to work and make a living while the union and company worked out their problems. But that is not what has happened. To add insult to injury, the company immediately cancelled the employees health insurance. I can’t even imagine the familes that have suffered because of this. Only yesterday my Granddaughter, who is 6 years old, fell off her swing set and had to be taken to a local Urgent Care Facility for medical attention. When they found out they had no insurance they sent them away without attending to her needs. This happened at another local Urgent Care Facility and they ended up at Middletown Hospital trying to get the baby help. Thank goodness Middletown took care of her and she had a badly broken arm......2600 employees are going through similiar problems, they are strong, politically minded men and women, they are watching closely who comes to their aid at this time.....I feel if you were to try to get this situation settled it would be a feather in your cap, whether democrate or republican....but if you turn your back on all these families I don’t think you’ll need a hat.....please choose to get involved and help get these men back to work.....
 
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