Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Blue Ash pays band to not perform

Dear fellow tax hikers, we are very proud of the City of Blue Ash for making national news due to their decision to pay a band to not perform at August's Taste of Blue Ash.  This is a fantastic use of taxpayer dollars. 

We are always on the lookout for new and inventive ways to spend taxpayer money.  This one may take the cake.

We applaud Blue Ash City Council for their fine leadership on this important issue.  In particular, we salute our good friend Tax Hikin' Rick Bryan for all the great leadership he has shown at raising taxes and growing government.  We encourage them to stop being so modest in taking credit for this accomplishment.  Pat Benatar is getting too much credit.

Pat Benatar doesn't run the City of Blue Ash.  She doesn't write their contracts.  She doesn't execute their contracts.  She can't break their contracts.  It is Blue Ash City Council that makes these decisions.  It is Blue Ash's great leaders that made this happen.  We thank Councilman Rick Bryan and his fellow band of Councilmen for spending taxpayer money paying a band to sit home and do nothing for the great people of Blue Ash.  Great job guys!  


The Old Hag of Blue Ash said...

Pat Benatar is a credit to young people everywhere. I remember rocking in my Le Car to her new hit song Invincible on the day I became eligible for Social Security.

Steph Stoller

Rick Bryan said...

This wouldn't have been a problem if they had chosen a performer with a mustache. I hear John Oates was available.

Alex T said...

You know, the Greeks invented contracts.