Saturday, August 31, 2013

Why Can't Chris Seelbach Keep His Hands Out of Cincinnati's Cookie Jar

Once again, Chris Seelbach proves the rule that Cincinnati's Democrat establishment is, by and large, self-serving and corrupt.

His latest escapade involves the misuse of City funds to pay for him, and two staffers, to travel to Washington D.C. so that Seelbach could receive a personal honor. The travel was not for city-business as City law requires; it was solely for Seelbach's personal aggrandizement. In short, Cincinnati's taxpayers should not have paid for the trip. Shame of Seelbach for such brazen misuse of public funds.

We note that the honor was not related to ethics or good financial stewardship. (Big Surprise)

It's fairly simple: Obey the law. If you can't do that, then get out of public office.

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