Monday, September 13, 2004

 

So this was the chair of the southern Ohio Bush-Cheney campaign . . .

. . . and the self-appointed watchdog for morals in Hamiltion County? A la the New Gingrich school of hypocritical husbandry, the Enquirer on the Mike Allen (aka HD#81) affair:

"'HD #81,' which she said stood for Horn Dog and Allen's former Cincinnati police badge number, she said."

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"At least once they had sexual intercourse in his office during office hours, she said."

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"When she resisted his advances, Collins said Allen would tell her to go to the fourth floor of the prosecutor's office, where Allen's name and title are on the wall in bright gold letters. 'Whose name is on the wall?' she claims he told her."

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"'He began making (sexual) advances,' Collins said. 'I said: 'No' repeatedly; 'I don't want to do this.'"

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"She walked room to room, trying to get away from him."

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"At one point, Collins said, Allen pinned her against the wall."

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"Through the first year of the relationship, Collins said Allen promised to leave his wife and marry her. But before he could leave his wife, he wanted to arrange for her to become a judge, Collins said."

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"In February 2003, Gov. Bob Taft appointed Lisa Allen a municipal court judge."

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"Allen is the former head of the Hamilton County Republican Party and a rising star in local and national Republican Party. Until two weeks ago, he served as chairman of the southern Ohio Bush-Cheney campaign for re-election."

But with Allen off the ballot and Joe Deters a write in, will the Ohio Dems blow this opportunity?

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