Wednesday, November 11, 2009

COAST Thanks Brad Wenstrup and GOP

COAST desires to thank Dr. Brad Wenstrup and the Hamilton County GOP for the fantastic run Dr. Wenstrup had for Mayor of Cincinnati and the broad support Dr. Wenstrup enjoyed from all corners of this community. Dr. Wenstrup ran a spirited race that forced public debate of the failed trolley proposal of Mayor Mallory and the tax-and-spend policies of his administration. At last, conservative voters and advocates of limited government were given real choices by a strong party, and for that we are grateful.

6 comments:

  1. Failed trolley proposal? Seems like they're going forward with that...remember...Issue 9 failed? 56% told you guys and the NAACP to shove it.

    The real failure was Brad Wnstrup. Remember, he lost.

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  2. Everyone knew Wenstrup was really running for county office when he claimed that Iraq is safer than Cincinnati. For a man who knows so much about feet, maybe he should use his own sometime to get to know his hometown better.

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  3. The President of CincinnatiNovember 11, 2009 at 9:50 PM

    For a man who claims to be the Mayor of Cincinnati, Mallory should spend more time around here instead of traveling the globe.

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  4. Mayor mallory doesn't need to fear for his safety. After all, he has a taxpayer supported bodyguard to keep him out of harms way.

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  5. This blog should be renamed Coalition of Sore Losers.

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  6. ^^^ Really? The title of this post is "COAST Thanks Brad Wenstrup and GOP" I think we all understand when you get in the game you are going to win some and lose some. In regards to the street car/Issue 9, I've said it before but I guess I need to say it again, "Congratulations. No on 9 won the election and to build a streetcar you do not have to come to the voters again. Hopefully the promises made during that campaign will be kept and we will need no additional tax monies to build and/or operate the street car. By my doubting that, that does not make me a sore loser, just a realist.

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