Jennifer Brunner Has the Courage of Crazy Horse
Brunner is a strong supporter of the women’s movement… Especially when they want to rub their tits in the faces of businessmen:
In 1989, the state of Ohio refused to renew the liquor license of a Cleveland-area show bar called the Crazy Horse Saloon, citing 13 liquor-law violations in the previous four years—inappropriate patron-touching among them. The bar’s owners tried to appeal, but a Cleveland city councilman led a precinct-wide petition drive to put the decision in voters’ hands.
The moral crusade was temporarily successful when residents voted to revoke Crazy Horse’s permit. But a savvy attorney was able to get the law overturned after the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that a liquor license was property and not something that could be taken away by voters.
That attorney was Jennifer Brunner, Ohio’s Secretary of State, who’s now running for the U.S. Senate. Brunner is locked in a close primary battle against fellow Democrat and Lt. Gov. Lee Fisher for the right to take on Republican nominee Rob Portman for George Voinovich’s vacated Senate seat.
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Jennifer defends herself by saying she was starting her own business and had 3 young children to defend at the time… But thankfully her fiscal situation didn’t mean she was the one sliding down the poll and giving lap dances.