Thursday, December 27, 2012

Nothing could make us grin more than BizzyBlog's Tom Blumer crying one last time about losing his beloved Jean Schmidt

We grinned from ear to ear tonight seeing consistent Schmidt apologist Tom Blumer of BizzyBlog gnash his teeth one last time about the departure of Jean Schmidt from Congress, Lt. Col. Dr. Brad Wenstrup replacing her, and COAST's role in the dethroning.

Then, adding icing to the cake, Matt Hurley from the other Schmidt apologist blog, Weapons of Mass Discussion, posted the first comment boo-hooing about COAST's recently exposing Schmidt's pettiness to the good doctor on her way out the door.  WMD was Schmidt's front during the Congressional primary election for releasing information trying to smear the good name of Dr. W.

Of course, in their probing analysis of the Schmidt voting record, they fail to mention her votes for TARP, multiple votes to raise the debt ceiling and her consistent support of wasteful spending.

Finally, in their criticism of COAST, neither Blumer or Hurley accuse us of untruths, but rather object to our choice in the Congressional primary, and question the conservative bona fides of the Tea Party choice for Congress from OH-2.

Thanks for making our evening guys!


  1. Don't mind BB as much b/c some thorough reporting on other matters can be found there & at least allows dissent unlike the other site that refuses differing opinions via comments then denigrates those who may disagree as part of a cult that won't allow differing opinions. Comical. ~JoeB.

  2. Hmm.

    A COAST search on on Boehner TARP (not in quotes) comes up empty.

    Boehner, who voted for TARP, has in essence called those who opposed it, including COAST and yours truly, "knuckle-draggers."

    Yet COAST has never uttered a negative word about Boehner's support of TARP in over four years, saving all of its venom for Schmidt.

    Because ...?

    Brad "Planned Parenthood funding" Wenstrup is unproven. We can only hope he'll vote as conservatively as Jean Schmidt did in her final few years.


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