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Funny how COAST's blog today mentions nothing about Issue 9, and they're now back to harping about red light cameras.... Fine, let them obsess about that while the city moves ahead with 3C and the streetcar.
In retrospect, a casino between the stadia would have been a much better idea than the freedom center which isn't exactly bringing in throngs of people. That would have been better at the Harriet Beecher Stowe home in Walnut Hills. Of course, it can only help Broadway Commons, which should have had a baseball park in it already!Can't you guys see the difference between entertainment and serious discussions? Would people really want to listen to pro-streetcar people talk on the radio all day long?
Don't give COAST an inch. If you haven't learned by now that everything they do is a lie you're never going to. Attendance at large museums, zoos, etc. is driven by children. Not sure why that's cited as a specific characteristic of the Freedom Center and not Union Terminal, the art museum, etc.
No. The vote they wanted the people to have was the vote on any expenditure on any rail project in Cincinnati. Not the vote that happened yesterday, which is what you implied. I mean, that's just nonsensical - if they just wanted the vote they got yesterday, the result would have never mattered, and they would have succeeded just by gathering 6000 signatures.No, COAST lost yesterday. They care, and yes, anything else is BS, and not deserving of any benefit, from doubts or otherwise.