Monday, December 28, 2009

Are the members of COAST smarter than a fifth grader?

I remember the first time I heard someone get called a "pussy." I was in the fifth grade. Ryan McFarland and James Fallon, two members of my fifth grade class, were squaring off in the middle of our Hamilton, Ohio school parking lot. James was angry that Ryan would not fight him. Upon Ryan's refusal James called him a "pussy." No, he wasn't referring to the common slang for a cat, but using the word as a derogatory reference for a woman's reproductive organ. The word is often used to refer to someone who is "weak" or "scared." You may have heard it before used by members of COAST as we showed you in one of their "tweets" a few weeks back.

You see, calling someone a "pussy" is a common tactic of COAST. Yes, as we've shown you before COAST's leaders are not really above the maturity level of the earlier mentioned fifth graders. Hell, they even did it again recently, referring to our nation's leaders as "lilly-livered pussys."

So are Mark Miller, Jason Gloyd and Chris Finney, three of COAST's top brass, above the maturity level of a 5th grader? One would think not since they let such language fly on their Twitter and blog website all the time. Maybe if COAST focused on political issues and offered solutions and new ideas instead of calling people "pussy's" they wouldn't find that the majority of the candidates and issues they endorse wouldn't find such failure. Shall we recap this years election results?

2009 COAST Failures:
Brad Wenstrup - Mayor of Cincinnati - DEFEATED
Albert F. Peter - Anderson Township Trustee - DEFEATED
John Banner - Cincinnati School Board - DEFEATED (finished in 10th out of 12th place, ouch!)
Christopher McDowell - Cincinnati School Board - DEFEATED
Arnold Engel - Fairfield School Board - DEFEATED
Victor Rivera - Fairfield School Board - DEFEATED
Tony Steer - Fairfield School Board - DEFEATED
Jennifer Miller - Mason School Board - DEFEATED
Issue 7 - Library Levy - PASSED - COAST Opposed
Issue 9 - Passenger Rail Charter Amendment - DEFEATED - COAST Endorsed, planned and executed
Issue 52 - Cincinnati School Levy - PASSED - COAST Opposed
Issue 57 - Little Miami Fire & Rescue Levy - PASSED - COAST Opposed

2009 COAST Endorsed Victories:
Chris Monzel - Cincinnati City Council
Charlie Winburn - Cincinnati City Council
Charlie Norman - Cheviot Treasurer
Peggy Reis - Anderson Twonship Trustee - DEFEATED
Issue 8 - Passed - COAST endorsed

For the 17 COAST endorsed issues and candidates, ONLY 5 found victory....5!

1 comment:

  1. WOW, they sure have the pulse of the city don't they?
    They wanted people to have a voice and vote, and vote they did.
    The CAVE men need to find a new hobby they have no idea what they're doing in politics.