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Sean Hannity: Eating foie gras this evening with Uncle Tom.
Just when it seemed the governor's race was losing its juice, Fox News has jumped in to spice things up. Last night the channel cashed-in on an old Ted Strickland scandal about a former aide who was arrested for exposing himself to schoolchildren. Ohio voters learned about this juicy tidbit months ago, long before Strickland won the primary. But Ken Blackwell, desperate to revive his dying campaign, brought it up again this week. And Fox was glad to help get the word out. Bill Cunningham, a commentator on the show, even compared Strickland to former Rep. Mark Foley, and called for him to resign. Coincidentally, both Cunningham and the show's host, Sean Hannity, are scheduled to campaign with Blackwell at a rally in Cincinnati today. How's that for fair and balanced? -- Lisa Rab


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