Monday, December 12, 2011

Chris Bortz for Commissioner

Taft Supportz Bortz

Bortz Supportz Abortion


You may have read in the news that the Hamilton County Republican Party is actively courting Charterite Chris Bortz to run for County Commissioner against Todd Portune. This is exceedingly good news, and proves that our friends in leadership rolls at the Hamilton County RINO Party are finally finished with those wacky Tea Partiers and are rightfully returning to their liberal ways.

In appreciation for their turn away from the evil conservative right wing of the Party, I intend to lay out for you in detail the reasons why we should support Chris Bortz for County Commissioner. There is far too much great information about Chris to include in one post, so I'll have to let it out over the next week. I'll start with one of Chris' more admirable qualities - his support of abortion.

As you know, the defense of the right of a woman to murder her unborn baby is paramount in liberal Republican ideology. That's why I picked pro-abortion Jeanette Bradley as my Lieutenant Governor. I could have just as easily chosen Bortz though.

As early as this past election Bortz refused to answer Cincinnati Right to Life's candidate questionnaire. This was absolutely the right decision. He was in good company too. Roxanne Qualls, Yvette Simpson, Chris Seelbach, Nicholas Hollan, Laure Quinliven, Jason Riveiro, Wendell Young, Tyrone Yates, Bill Mallory, Fanon Rucker, Cheryl Grant, and Martha Goode also refused to complete the survey. Why wouldn't Bortz align himself with pro-abortion liberal Democrats by refusing to answer a simple survey. It's not the voters' business where our elected officials who hold the government's purse-strings stand on the most important social issues of our time.

But Chris didn't stop there. He also showed his disdain for the pro-life movement by endorsing radical pro-abortion Democrat David Pepper for Hamilton County Commissioner. Pepper repaid the favor by using his newly elected position to advocate for taxpayer funding for abortion. Coincidence? I sure hope not. Taxpayers absolutely should be forced to support abortion with their tax dollars. I'm glad that Bortz seems to agree.

Bortz also was the sponsor of an ordinance while on Cincinnati City Council that limited the free speech rights of pro-life protesters who were peacefully marching in front of abortion mills. Bortz is a good businessman and knows that peaceful anti-abortion protesters are bad for Planned Parenthood's business. I applaud Bortz's actions in defense of Planned Parenthood's business model for abortion mills.

In conclusion comrades, Chris Bortz is the perfect candidate for Hamilton County Commissioner. As someone who has previously held that position, I would proud to have someone cut from the Jeanette Bradley cloth filling my former seat on the dais. For this reason, and others that I eagerly anticipate sharing with you, I wholeheartedly endorse Chris Bortz to be the Republican candidate for Hamilton County Commissioner.

Yours in unity,

Governor Bob Taft*

*It should be fairly evident to anyone with half a brain that this entry is intended to be a parody post from our former RINO Governor Bob Taft. Unfortunately though, the facts presented in the blog post are all too true.


Leslie Ghiz said...

One of my best memories as an elected official was when Chris Bortz and I joined together to endorse David Pepper for Commissioner. We knew how important it was to let the Democrats take over our county.

Cincy YP's said...

If it wasn't for Chris Bortz we wouldn't be getting a streetcar! We YPs all supportz Bortz!

Foxy Roxy Qualls said...

I support Bortz! He appointed me to Jim Tarbell's City Council seat after he retired. Thanks Chris!

Lynn Larson said...

I'll drink to that.

Planned Parenthood Abortionist said...

Thanks Chris! We needed the boost!

Large LaVerne Collins said...

I will also drink to this. I gots me enough wine in this box to last me all night!

Ashtray Corattiyil said...

Bortz supportz Democrats? That's good enough for me! Chris Bortz for Commissioner.