From the Dayton Daily News (scroll down):
Count U.S. Reps. Mike Turner, R-Centerville, and David Hobson, R-Springfield, as among those lining up to oppose Republican gubernatorial candidate J. Kenneth Blackwell's tax and expenditure limit proposal.
Hobson took a moment out of his address to the Dayton Development Coalition, which was visiting Washington this month, to tell voters he believed if the amendment passed, it would make it virtually impossible to garner enough votes to successfully push school or library levies. "It's not going to help," he said. "It's going to hurt."
If the people who have to pay the bills would not support increased spending, why should David Hobson?
I just love how these "moderates" are unifying around the people's candidate, don't you? It just so encourages one to be loyal to the GOP, huh?
Democrats are not worse; they are just honest about their greed and corruption. Republicans hide it behind pretty "freedom words."