Stainbrook gets in a verbal nasty altercation with local conservatives

Lucas County Chairman Jon Stainbrook showed his true colors over the weekend in an altercation between myself, him and his opponent Bill Delaney for State Central Committee and County Chairman of the GOP.

It all began before the video when I asked Jon if he would debate Bill Delaney to which he replied "No, I don't need too". After that I had the good sense to record the remainder of the conversation on my smartphone's camera. Stainbrook went on to insult me instead of get to any issue of substance or even voice his disagreements.

This video is the latest in the mounting proof that Chairman Stainbrook is a horrid leader and out right bully to the people he is elected to represent. If Toledo wants a functioning Republican party a functional Chairman would be a good place to start.

If you would like a comment on the video I can be reached via the contact info below.

Ron Johns

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Sorry, this doesn't rise to the level of "nasty". Don't cry wolf unless there's a wolf there. It makes the time the wolf really shows up less important.

Any statement I make is the opinion of me exercising my first amendment right to freedom of speech. Freedom of speech in the United States is protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution and is generally permitted.

The Republican party in this city is a passing fancy, no, more, no, this point.

"DTOM" {1776} " We The People" {1791}

I agree, not that I'm particularly allied with them. The primary reason is that anyone with Republican leaning, tends to leave the city, in disgust, hatred or fear... of which are valid emotions considering what they're fleeing.

(placeholder to save bandwidth of Buckeye Cable customers by not hotlinking every single popcorn .gif on the Internet in this comment in response to watching the conservative movement eat itself, gee aren't I a nice person?)

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