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Thursday, October 05, 2006

Politics Extra: Finney apologizes

Politics Extra: Finney apologizes

11 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nate, you're such an apologist. What Chris did was wrong. The language he used was terrible. The only reason he issued an apology was to save face. His and Phil's. Don't think for a minute he is altruistic here. He was forced to apologize.

How about all those apologies and admissions of wrong doing from Tom Delay, Bob Taft, Ney, Schmidt, Abramoff, and on and on and on.....

2:56 PM  
Blogger Nathan "Nate" Noy said...

Chris admitted what he did was wrong, its not for me to judge him one way or the other. I simply pointed out the difference between the way he rectified this situation and how your normal tree hugging, baby killing, seal saving, pro-homosexual liberal would have reacted in my post: http://thetruthinoh2cd.blogspot.com/2006/10/key-difference-between-conservative.html

As for the rest of your inquiry "Tom Delay, Bob Taft, Ney, Schmidt, Abramoff?" They are ALL RINO's. Especially Jean Schmidt. That's the reason I'm running in the first place, Jean Schmidt is a: corrupt; lying; gun banning; tax raising; RINO that claims to be a Republican. Hardly.......

Nate

4:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Talk like this...."tree hugging, baby killing, seal saving, pro-homosexual liberal" is exactly why we're such a divided country. Why the name calling? While I agree with your stance on abortion, I also don't see anything wrong with protecting the environment or the wildlife. God instructed us to be stewards of the earth and all that it holds.

8:46 PM  
Anonymous si said...

Schmidt has a concealed carry license and a gun, does that sound like gun banning to you Nate?

8:44 AM  
Blogger Nathan "Nate" Noy said...

She voted for a GUN BAN in Clermont County. I went to the trustees office on Monday after my Cunningham appearance and picked up the PROOF. I'll be doing a press release about that one in coming days. She can kiss the vote in the four rural counties good bye.

Nate

8:57 AM  
Anonymous si said...

The NRA Political Victory Fund endorses Congresswoman Jean Schmidt. Congresswoman Schmidt received an A rating as a solidly pro-gun candidate.

The Buckeye Firearms Association endorses Rep. Jean Schmidt because of her passionate support of our 2nd Amendment rights.

NRA members deeply appreciate your defense of their right to keep and bear arms. Your advocacy of the Second Amendment has earned the support of the National Rifle Association Political Victory Fund.

Let's see if they believe their beloved NRA or creeper Nate Noy.

12:23 PM  
Anonymous si said...

The NRA Political Victory Fund endorses Congresswoman Jean Schmidt. Congresswoman Schmidt received an A rating as a solidly pro-gun candidate.

The Buckeye Firearms Association endorses Rep. Jean Schmidt because of her passionate support of our 2nd Amendment rights.

NRA members deeply appreciate your defense of their right to keep and bear arms. Your advocacy of the Second Amendment has earned the support of the National Rifle Association Political Victory Fund.

Let's see if they believe their beloved NRA or creeper Nate Noy.

12:23 PM  
Blogger Nathan "Nate" Noy said...

I have friends at the NRA and I am giving them a copy of Jean's previous vote. You can kiss that endorsement good bye in the near future.

2:01 PM  
Blogger The Dean of Cincinnati said...

It's not for you to judge...

But is it for you to name-call?

Sounds like a judgement to me.

6:14 AM  
Blogger Nathan "Nate" Noy said...

Rather than taking a standard liberal approach and deleting my above statements I'd like to say that the Dean makes a point that is impossible to deny.

I should not have posted any name calling in this blog, it is wrong. It's hard to live under what often seem to be a double standard. While the liberals can toss around names like "wing nuts" as soon as a conservative fires back someone gets their feelings hurt.

My previous lashing out was done with some pent up frustration, but it was uncalled for. I apologize to those it offended and I'll keep the name-calling in check moving forward.

Nate

9:19 AM  
Blogger The Dean of Cincinnati said...

Rather than name-call, I would assert that is IS for us to judge. This is not about playing God; instead, when it comes to politics, we MUST judge others -- their actions, the outcomes of those actions, etc.

Phil Heimlich and Chris Finney have a real-estate business relationship. When I first started writing about the Three Centurions a couple years ago, they transferred ownership to their wives.

Local media has (until Finney's outrageous blow up) ignored this business relationship. In fact, the Enquirer still has NOT mentioned the name "Three Centurions," which seems to be a reference to cult evangelical Bill Gothard.

Heimlich has appointed his business partner to influential boards in the County that deal with property taxes. If not untoward, why so much silence and evasion concerning the relationship? And why such an outburst at Pepper's press conference?

We can tell something about a person from those with whom s/he is surrounded. Heimlich credits Finney (according to a 2000 Cincinnati Magazine article) with "saving" his political career. They have been in bed together (and I only mean that phrase in the figurative sense) ever since.

Let loose a string of obscene comments, if you need to do that, Mr. Noy. React to the phrase "wing-nut" by becoming an Earth-killing homophobe, if that makes you feel better.

Of course Finney "apologized." It doesn't mean anything. Read the CityBeat blog about that one...

5:59 AM  

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