Thursday, February 19, 2009

COAST Fundraiser to Feature Patriot

Dr. Brad Wenstrup, Major, U.S. Army to deliver the pledge

COAST will be joined at its fundraiser tonight by Cincinnati Physician Dr. Brad Wenstrup, a major in the United States Army. He will be delivering the pledge of allegiance before the speech by former Congressman John Kasich, to start off the evening.

Dr. Wenstrup is also a Podiatrist with Wellington Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine. He returned home to Cincinnati on May 28, 2006 after serving on active duty for fourteen months with the U.S. Army 344th Combat Support Hospital. Task Force 344 Medical spent one year at Abu Ghraib Prison Hospital, Iraq.

At the end of his tour, Major Wenstrup was awarded the following:
  • Armed Forces Reserve Medal
  • National Defense Service Medal
  • Iraq Campaign Medal
  • Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
  • Combat Action Badge
  • The Bronze Star Medal
Major Wenstrup is currently assigned to the 4220th U.S. Army Hospital and is an active member of the U.S. Army Reserve.

Please join us tonight to meet Dr. Brad Wenstrup. We promise a raucous celebration of the revolution sweeping the nation rejecting the socialization of the American economy. You can be part of this movement.

The COAST Fundraiser will be held this evening (Thursday, February 19) at the Montgomery Inn in Montgomery at 6 PM. It will also feature former Congressman and Fox News Commentator John Kasich, State Auditor Mary Taylor, former Congressman Steve Chabot, County Commissioner Greg Hartmann, County Auditor Dusty Rhodes, County Treasurer Rob Goering, County Prosecutor Joe Deters, County Engineer Bill Brayshaw, State Representative Robert Mecklenborg, GOP Chairman Alex Triantafilou, and Sycamore Township Trustee Tom Weidman.

You may sign up at the door. Tickets are $75 per person and $100 for a couple. RSVP to Jason Gloyd at 240-4996, or Or, you can purchase tickets on our web site at and our blog at

Join the revolution. Join COAST. Join Now.

The new $800 billion bailout
on top of the original $850 billion bailout
$75 billion more for mortgage foreclosure assistance
$30 billion more for General Motors and Chrysler
on top of the $21.4 billion they have already received
$2 trillion of additional bank bailouts
Locally, $777 million for a Super-Sized Jail Tax
a $200 million for a wasteful trolley,
$75,000 for David Pepper’s girlfriend’s Film Commission
Red Light Cameras
$300,000 for free roofs for private property owners

Yeah, it’s important

1 comment:

  1. Thank you Brad. It was a very nice evening. It's an honor to be with you.


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