Saturday, January 26, 2013

Rob Richardson's obsession with Smitherman continues

COAST wrote yesterday about yet another broadside Rob Richardson, Jr. has launched against Christopher Smitherman since Richardson's father was resoundingly defeated in his fight to take over the NAACP, with the help of demo-party lefties and labor unions.

Today, Richardson continues the crusade against Smitherman with this blog entry.  This time, he objects to Hamilton County GOP Chairman Alex Triantifilou praising Smitherman's fiscal bona fides.  Now, note, that Smitherman has not endorsed the GOP, but rather the GOP Chairman lauds the voice of Smitherman on fiscal issues.

A rational participant in the debate should conclude that a new day has dawned in Cincinnati politics when the GOP Chairman is going out of his way to heap praise on the leader of a revered African American organization in his community.  Rather, continuing his paranoid rant, Richardson references the GOP comment as some kind of character flaw in Smitherman.

COAST has a few words of advice for Richardson: Move on.  It's over. The NAACP election has been decided.  Chill out.  You lost.  Deal with it.  End the bitterness.


  1. COAST's obsession with Streetcar continues

    Here are a few words of advice for COAST: Move on. It's over. The Mayor, two City Council, and two ballot initiatives have been decided. Chill out. You lost. Deal with it. End the bitterness.

  2. ^ That's hilarious...and so true.

    COAST's relationship with Smithersman is very suspect and I'm sure once an investigation occurs it will show how corrupt both parties are.

  3. ^^Where is the "Like" button?!

  4. Yes, because African Americans and Conservatives are supposed to be too blinded by racial animosity to recognize when their philosophies and political interests coincide with each other. Much less be able to see past that supposed animosity to actually work together. So called "Progressives" certainly don't want African Americans to work with conservatives as equal partners.


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