WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 2016
What a Difference a Year Makes
Think of how much things haven’t really changed since this time in May during 2015, when The Blower published its Special “Political Prophecies” E-dition.
We were telling everybody “We Told You So” after Obama’s Racist Black Attorney General Loretta Lynch (replacing Obama’s Resigned-in-Disgrace Racist Black Attorney General Eric Holder) was in town scouting locations for future riots during Obama’s Upcoming Long Hot Summer Riot Season. [SEE FOR YOURSELF]
It was all part of Obama’s so-called “National Community Policing Tour” to reform policing practices and improve relations between law enforcement agencies and the minority community, where the Obama has been inciting dissent during his entire time in office.
So who do you think tried to take credit for the City’s improved relations after the 2001 riots sparked reforms? Obama’s Justice Department had nothing to do with it, Chief Blackwell didn’t have a clue about what actually occurred here in 2001, and Persons of Consequence all knew the Collaborative Agreement was the brainchild of Whistleblower Legal Dream Team Chairman Scott Greenwood and “Who Else Can I Sue” Alphonse Gerhardstein, and implemented — completely — by Cincinnati’s Last Real Police Chief, Tom Streicher. Maybe that’s why our Quote for Today Committee chose Ronald Reagan’s “There is no limit to the amount of good you can do if you don’t care who gets the credit.”
Memo to Tom Streicher: Someone should have told you no matter how successful your efforts were when you were in office, the next guy or two who comes along will take credit for your agency’s past work – and, they’re never bashful about it, especially, the carpetbaggers!
And maybe that’s why Award Winning Photo Illustrator Artis Conception said the City looked like it was “Gone With the Wind,” with a Mostly Minority Member Cast starring Chief Blackwell and Loretta Lynch, with Traci “I Doesn’t Know Nothin’ About Birthin’ Babies” Hunter on the left and bearded Mayor John Cranley trying to pull his own weight on the right.