Monday, June 30, 2014

Transit Sales Tax hike

Dear fellow tax hikers, more great news to report as Hamilton County residents have been presented with their second Sales Tax increase in one week!  Just as we were looking forward to paying higher Sales Taxes to renovate two buildings owned by the City of Cincinnati, we may now get the opportunity to pay higher Sales Taxes to our local transit authority. 

Two Sales Tax hikes in one week.  This is one of our best weeks ever. 

This particular tax increase would send our money to the Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority (SORTA).  As SORTA continues trying to spend more money to operate the Cincinnati Streetcar, they need a new source of funds to perform their own tasks.  And it is you Hamilton County taxpayers who will be paying. 

This is the common theme for both of these Sales Tax hikes.  Hamilton County residents must pay a new Arts Sales Tax so Cincinnati can spend their money to build a streetcar instead of take care of their own buildings.  Hamilton County residents must also pay a new Transit Sales Tax to SORTA so that they can operate the beloved Cincinnati Streetcar. 

We wholeheartedly endorse both of these Sales Tax increases.  Tax us more!

Monday, June 23, 2014

Leslie Ghiz assists abortionist

Dear fellow tax hikers, our long-time friend Judge Leslie Ghiz has struck a blow for the pro-abortion movement.  The legendary abortionist Dr. Martin Haskell needed some judicial support for his business, and he found it in Judge Ghiz.

Read the following release from Cincinnati Right to Life for the bloody details:

Sign Variance Granted Sharonville Abortionist
Zoning Board of Appeals' Denial Overturned    

June 19, 2014 (Cincinnati, OH):  August of last year Sharonville, Ohio's Zoning Board of Appeals denied a variance to abortionist Martin Haskell to erect a new 8 foot sign advertising his Women's Med Center abortion business.  

The abortion business sign would replace one that had been blown down, but closer to Lebanon Rd., thus requiring a variance for that location. See FOX News story.

Martin Haskell appealed the Zoning Board's denial to the Hamilton County Court of Common Pleas, where the case was heard before Magistrate Michael Bachman.  

It has been learned that Judge Leslie Ghiz confirmed the decision of Magistrate Bachman to grant a variance, overruling the Zoning Board's denial and granting permission for the sign.

We always knew Leslie was one of the good ones.

Just last week we wrote about the honorable Dr. Haskell.  Haskell proudly wrote David Pepper a large check for his campaign, knowing they are of like mind when it comes to killing babies.  Judge Ghiz's ruling is part of this relationship.  As they say, in politics it's about who you know.  Follow the dots:

- Leslie Ghiz endorsed Democrat David A. Pepper for County Commissioner
- Dr. Martin Haskell writes a large campaign check to Ghiz's good friend Pepper
- Judge Ghiz makes a favorable ruling for Haskell

This is how politics works.  Friends help friends.  And David Pepper, Leslie Ghiz, and abortionist Martin Haskell are three of the closest friends you'll find. 

Thursday, June 19, 2014

Leading abortionist supports Pepper

Dear fellow tax hikers, the stars keep coming out for our good friend David A. Pepper as he seeks to defeat Mike DeWine for Attorney General.  Recently Pepper received a sizable donation from abortionist Martin Haskell, one of the pioneers of partial-birth abortion. 

For the uninitiated, a partial-birth abortion is where a baby is partially-born, and then aborted before it comes out fully.  If the baby is delivered in full, it is a human being - and we wouldn't want that.  But deliver the baby 90% of the way and it's "choice".  Haskell is delighted to perform that choice, and Pepper is happy to applaud it.

David Pepper believes in partial-birth abortion.  If he didn't, he wouldn't have received this donation, or the Planned Parenthood endorsement.  Pepper has earned his support from pro-abortion organizations both this year and throughout his political career.  Just Add Pepper!

Sunday, June 15, 2014

The Czerwonkas support David Pepper

Dear fellow tax hikers, we are pleased to see that the legendary Republican Czerwonka family of Blue Ash is supporting David A. Pepper for Attorney General.  Mr. and Mrs. Lee Czerwonka (also known as Christine Buttress) have donated $500 to the Pepper campaign.  Click to get a clearer reading of the campaign finance report screen shot:

By contrast, the Royal Czerwonkas have donated $0 to his Republican opponent Mike DeWine.

If you feel like you have read this post before, it's because you basically have.  We previously covered the story when the Czerwonka family also supported David Pepper in 2010, that time against Republican Dave Yost.  There, they donated $100 to Pepper and $0 to Yost. 

By Just Adding Pepper, Lee Czerwonka and Christine Butthead confirm their support for:

- abortion on demand
- lots of higher taxes
- "marriage equality" for gays, incestors, polygamists, and groups
- strict obedience to the labor unions
- gun control
- destroying religious freedom
- the AG refusing to defend any law that he disagrees with
- lax voter laws that allow Melowese Richardson to vote as many times as she wants

These are the policies that the Czerwonkas believe in.  If they didn't, they wouldn't have donated $500 to Democrat David Pepper. 

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

New Entertainment Tax

Dear fellow tax hikers, some rich people will soon demand that Hamilton County raise the Sales or Property tax to fix two buildings owned by the City of Cincinnati.  Union Terminal and Music Hall want over $250 million in repairs, and it's Hamilton County's job to provide it. 

Cincinnati cannot afford to fix their own buildings.  You see, they are spending all their capital dollars on The Streetcar.  To ensure the streetcar can be built and later expanded, Hamilton County residents need to fix Cincinnati's buildings for them.

No plan for these two projects has been presented.  The costs have not been calculated.  Therefore, we proudly endorse both a Sales Tax hike AND Property Tax hike, and we urge the Commissioners to approve them without delay. 

Cincinnati, the owner of the two buildings, has offered $10 million.  Our special insiders tell us that these rich people will ask Hamilton County to provide around $200 million.  We believe it is a perfectly fair deal for the building owner to contribute $1 for every $20 that will be subsidized by county taxpayers. 

We have to understand that Cincinnati chose a streetcar over their own buildings.  That makes them Hamilton County's responsibility now.  Raise those taxes, no matter how high.

Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Melowese Richardson won't get paid

Dear fellow tax hikers, we are disgusted at the Hamilton County Board of Elections (BOE) for refusing to pay Melowese Richardson for her 2012 Election Day activities - which mostly consisted of committing one felony after the other.  Melo admitted casting numerous votes for Barack Obama and we're glad she did.

The Felon not only deserves to be paid for her important work that day, she should receive a generous bonus.

This poor woman worked all day in service of her community.  She ran the polls.  She spent all day casting fraudulent ballots to ensure The Messiah Barack Obama would get re-elected.  And after all those long hours the BOE won't pay her?  How dare they treat her like a slave!

First they got Tracie Hunter.  Now they've done it to Melowese.  We must rally against the white oppressors who are trying to bring back slavery.  Stand with Tracie and Melo!