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Monday, January 14, 2008

New COAST leader

Jason Gloyd, the anti-tax Republican who was spokesman for the No Jail Tax Campaign has been selected as the new chairman of Citizens Opposed to Additional Spending and Taxes. The decision was made Dec. 15, said Chris Finney, the organization's attorney. He replaces James Uhrling.

Gloyd said he was "honored" to have the position.

"I'm honored to follow in James Uhrling's footsteps and take over chairmanship of COAST," he said. "With both mainstream political parties intent on continually letting down the taxpayers, we have a vital role to play. The citizens of this county and state have been far too generous with our tax dollars for far too long. Our challenge is to limit the growth of government and keep spending below the rate of inflation. If we can be successful in that, the area can prosper."


25 Comments:

at 3:54 PM, January 14, 2008 Blogger The Great Stephen Dapper said...

Jason hails from Brown County, a native from an area believing socialism, collectivism and our increasingly omnipotent government are turning the land of the free and home of the brave into an inchoate police state

If you are a bed-wetting, bleeding-heart liberal with a penchant for statism, socialism, collectivism, authoritarianism, welfarism or any of the associated modern "isms" – beware! With Jason as the new chairman of Citizens Opposed to Additional Spending and Taxes I warn you, he has a penchant for organization and does more than propound information and arguments, he‘s a get ‘er done good ‘ol boy..

 
at 4:42 PM, January 14, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Congrats, Jason! The Republican political machine at 700 Walnut is about to be shaken to its core.

 
at 5:49 PM, January 14, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

FACT: The Great Stephen Dapper is a convicted criminal who has spent time in prison.

As reported by The Enquirer:

http://www.enquirer.com/editions/2003/01/29/loc_dapper29.html

 
at 7:24 PM, January 14, 2008 Blogger usefullidiot said...

Three cheers!!!

 
at 8:14 PM, January 14, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

.

So, David, look where you could have been, if only you were willing to kiss 'finney's fanny' !

Oops, I forget, we now call you Hon. Commissioner !

PATHETIC 'fanny kissers' !

HAD ENOUGH, VOTE DEMOCRAT 2008 !

 
at 10:08 PM, January 14, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Steve Dapper is a good man who ran into some rinky dink kangaroo housing court minor problem. As long as Hamilton County and Cincinnati threaten home owners with jail time over insugnificant building violations we will continue to realize that there IS space in the jails and violent criminals are not being let out. Therefore a new jail is NOT needed.

 
at 12:16 AM, January 15, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Jason -

Whatever happened to you telling people that 80% of the people in jail were there for traffic violations?

 
at 12:28 AM, January 15, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

COAST is a libertarian group which believes in "Live or Let Die" regarding ANYONE but themselves: the elderly (no medicaid, no social security, no home health aides), who believe that adult children who aqre mentally retarded should live on the street if their aged parents can't support them with their social security checks.

COAST has brought great men like Heimlich - keep 'em coming guys - he did great things for this county

 
at 8:28 AM, January 15, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Congratulations Jason, I hope you do as much for COAST and the Blue Chip Young Republicans as you did to help defeat Issue 27.

 
at 9:55 AM, January 15, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

WHO? Meaningless person in a meaningless organization. Sorry Jason, you're probably a nice guy.

 
at 11:52 AM, January 15, 2008 Anonymous Pay Your Taxes Next Time! said...

Rinky dink housing court? I don't think so!! Stephen Dapper has over 61 criminal & civil cases filed against him in Hamilton County alone. Look for yourself, these are public records:

http://www.courtclerk.org/comp_name_search.asp

 
at 4:15 PM, January 15, 2008 Anonymous Jason Gloyd said...

Anonymous said...
Hey Jason -

Whatever happened to you telling people that 80% of the people in jail were there for traffic violations?


I can guarantee you, I have never said that. Don't let the truth get in your way of taking shots at me though.

 
at 4:54 PM, January 15, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree with the comment above. The housing court (partially run by the city) is corrupt (and rinky dink). The biggest owner of blight is the City. The City Manager is aware of this and stops any inquiry into city owned blight. Many GOOD investors will not develop in Cincinnati because of Housing Dept. and City Manager "rules"

 
at 5:07 PM, January 15, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

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"...I can guarantee you, I have never said that. Don't let the truth get in your way of taking shots at me though. 4:15 PM, January 15, 2008"

Liar, Liar, sweet Pants on Fire !

We noticed you did not deny kiss'n 'finney's fanny' !

PATHETIC 'family values' !

HAD ENOUGH, VOTE DEMOCRAT 2008 !

 
at 6:37 PM, January 15, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Were Jason Bhuddist would that make him Mon Gloyd?

 
at 7:14 PM, January 15, 2008 Anonymous Dapper Doesn't Pay His Taxes said...

Anonymous slumlord 4:54pm,

Provide one iota of proof about your statement. We all know that you can't.

The County proscecuted The Great Jailbord Stephen Dapper, not the City.

 
at 7:37 PM, January 15, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Glad Deters called Gloyd and the other COASTers out today. A real Republican. 80% approval rating with Republicans.

 
at 2:02 PM, January 16, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

.
"Anonymous said...Were Jason Bhuddist would that make him Mon Gloyd? 6:37 PM, January 15, 2008"

Yes, it would and has !

lol, loL, LOL !

Next he will be perceived as a georgie vincent, drop in center, homeless derelict !

Seven years in Tibet !

PATHETIC !

HAD ENOUGH, VOTE DEMOCRAT 2008 !

 
at 9:52 PM, January 16, 2008 Anonymous Lifelong Cincinnatian said...

COAST is TOAST!

First, the voters rejected COASTer Phil Heimlich.
Next, COASTer Pat DeWine backed out of the commissioner's race ....before he was thrown out.
Finally, loony Tom Brinkman & hack politician Phil Heimlich will be crushed by Jean Schmidt in the primary.

Then COAST will be left with nothing - no influence - no candidates. Good riddance to Chris Finney & the rest of those losers!

 
at 9:52 PM, January 16, 2008 Anonymous Lifelong Cincinnatian said...

COAST is TOAST!

First, the voters rejected COASTer Phil Heimlich.
Next, COASTer Pat DeWine backed out of the commissioner's race ....before he was thrown out.
Finally, loony Tom Brinkman & hack politician Phil Heimlich will be crushed by Jean Schmidt in the primary.

Then COAST will be left with nothing - no influence - no candidates. Good riddance to Chris Finney & the rest of those losers!

 
at 3:57 PM, January 17, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

This group COAST has about 11 members - so who cares about them? The local Republican party is run very efficiently by George Vincent downtown at 700 Walnut Street. Go away, MonGloyd, Fanney, Hindlick, Brinksmanship, DeWhiner - you guys don't matter. Leave politics to people who know what they're doing.

 
at 5:18 AM, January 19, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jason, be careful which horse you back because there are a lot of broken down nags that COAST put a political death hex on...Phil H, Tom B, Pat D.

 
at 12:10 PM, January 19, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

COAST may well have a new lackey. Check out Anderson Township Trustee Russ Jackson's race for Brinkman's old Ohio legislature seat. Guess who's funding Jackson's election bid. Tsk, tsk, and Russ running for the state lower house immediately after getting re-elected to the trustee position.

What do COAST, starlings, squirrels, rats, deer and athlete's foot have in common? It's very hard to get rid of them.

 
at 12:52 PM, January 19, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

COAST is Toast???
That's a clever slogan, but recent developments don't really back your bumper sticker mentality.

Ask David A. Pepper is COAST is toast after his mega-jail tax was soundly defeated.

Ask Todd Portune if COAST is toast since he is so damaged now that he had to seek a special deal to make sure he could run unopposed and not lose his re-election.

Ask the Freedom Center if COAST is toast. Seems to me like they're at least $1 million lighter thanks in part to COAST raising hell about their land deal.

 
at 11:28 PM, January 19, 2008 Anonymous Hamilton Co GOP said...

Here are some Q's for you, anonymous COAST sockpuppet:

Ask Heimlich after he loses to Jean Schmidt...if COAST is TOAST.

Ask Brinkman the same question...

Ask puh-puh-Pat Dewine how his political career is going...

Yes, COAST is TOAST.

 
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