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As a public figure, Seelbach managed to score his very own "Jerry Springer Meltdown" event. Good luck to him as his political career now slides downhill.
It won't be the end of his career unless something more comes out, like if something happens with the sexual harassment allegation.
Quote from: natininja on August 03, 2012, 09:53:13 AMIt won't be the end of his career unless something more comes out, like if something happens with the sexual harassment allegation.How the hell can you call one guys random (and immediately deleted) post on reddit a "sexual harrassment allegation". That's hilarious. Pretty sure the Enquirer interviewed the manager of Bakersfield and she said it was a regular night, nothing happened.Next we're gonna read 4Chan for the inside scoop on PG's dating life or the Mayors night life.
al·le·ga·tion /ˌaliˈgāSHən/Noun: A claim or assertion that someone has done something illegal or wrong, typically one made without proof.
Good discussion here. I am no fan of Sittenfeld, but his position makes some sense to me (even if I don't agree with it). He looks at 4-year terms as a decrease in democracy and a ward system as an increase. If you abstract democracy into a currency, it makes sense. Give up some in term length (for gains in campaign costs, focus on governing, etc.) and make up for that loss of democracy by increasing it through a ward system.
Wards are bad, bad news. What do individual neighborhoods need that they're not presently getting (that city government can provide under Ohio law)?