There were two votes in the United States Senate that showed George Voinovich's true colors. The one was a vote on a cloture motion to stop debate on the Medicare prescription drug bill that would allow the government to negotiate with the insurance companies for the best possible price for drugs. Voinovich voted with the Republican leadership and the Bush Administration. (You can see that vote here.)
The second vote was on a cloture motion to stop debate on a bill that would fund the nation's intelligence agencies, but require more disclosure from the Bush Administration. Again, Voinovich voted with the Republican leadership and the Bush Administration. (You can see that vote here.)
Time and time again Voinovich talks the talk of opposing Bubble-Boy and his destructive policies, but, when it comes to walking the walk, he backs down. He won't confront Bush because in the final analysis he cares more about making right-wing Republicans happy than making most Ohioans happy. Since he has been doing it since 2000 and got re-elected in 2004 by a sizable vote, he thinks he can get away with it forever. Maybe he can, but maybe he can't. Its up to Ohio Dems to insist that Voinovich stop being a Bush enabler.
UPDATE: You can read the New York Times article about the Senate vote on the Medicare prescription drug bill here.