• Ohio’s nastiest state rep tweets loony lectures about treating people with love

    by  • January 19, 2013 • Uncategorized

    Remember Youngstown State Rep Bob Hagan? He is arguably one of the most ill-tempered, nasty and offensive members of the Ohio House. He frequently gets in hostile confrontations with people he doesn’t agree with.

    Take this conversation he started with conservatives a couple of years ago. This wasn’t conservatives making comments on his Facebook page. He posted on someone else’s page and eventually derided a black conservative gentleman by calling him “Buckwheat”.

    Bob Hagan's nasty "Buckwheat" insult to a black Republican

    Nowhere did anybody make a personal shot at Hagan, but he responds with “Take your personal shots and shove them where the sun don’t shine, Buckwheat!” Bob can’t even keep his arguments straight from one sentence to the other. First he criticizes Governor Kasich’s victory over Ted Strickland in 2010 because it wasn’t “bipartisan”, and then later he claims he doesn’t care about bipartisanship.
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    Hagan regularly acts in a way that is beneath the office of a trusted state legislator. Months later, he met with Occupy vermin outside of the governor’s state of the state speech and gave them tickets to get in, knowing that they planned to disrupt the speech multiple times. When I called him out on it, he expressed pride in his cowardly act by telling me “I’m glad you recognize my power.”

    Apparently, Hagan was glued to the Golden Globes last week, and it sounds like he was drinking. The thug legislator from Youngstown expressed how much “in love” Hollywood is, and wished that everybody would show such love.
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    Yes, because no one expresses “love” in politics like Buckwheat Bob Hagan.

    Was this a one-time drunk tweet? Nope. Check out his latest plan for peace. Hey everyone, let’s “dance away our violence!”

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    His hypocrisy would be outrageous, if it weren’t just so sappy, loony, and just plain sad.

    About

    I was born and raised in Ohio. After growing up in the Columbus area, I moved to Cleveland to study at Case Western Reserve University, and have lived in Northeast Ohio ever since. I live in Wellington with my wife and son. I work in the private sector and have never worked in the political field.

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