Bob Bischoff or Jud McMillin?
another view

Philadelphia, PA

#243 Sep 6, 2010
I hired Jud to handle some legal work for me. I had never met him before. Someone told me to use him. So I did. I went to his office and he was early for the meeting. He was prepared for the business transaction, which went smoothly. It was over in a few minutes and all parties were satisfied with the results. I have sent him other business and would continue to hire him.
JSpringer

Cincinnati, OH

#244 Sep 6, 2010
another view wrote:
I hired Jud to handle some legal work for me. I had never met him before. Someone told me to use him. So I did. I went to his office and he was early for the meeting. He was prepared for the business transaction, which went smoothly. It was over in a few minutes and all parties were satisfied with the results. I have sent him other business and would continue to hire him.
Bet this isn't true......You gotta be quicker and come up with new ideas first. This is a mirror image of previous post.(In reverse of course)

From a Judite.......
oswald

United States

#245 Sep 6, 2010
Jud has done some legal work for me as well. I don't think too highly of anybody who is a lawyer. Been burned to many times by their "billable hours" and lack of work received. HOWEVER, I do have a positive opinion about Jud in regards to the way he handled my legal work and what I was charged for it. Sadly, if he is elected in November, I will have to find another lawyer.:(
another view

Philadelphia, PA

#246 Sep 6, 2010
JSpringer wrote:
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Bet this isn't true......You gotta be quicker and come up with new ideas first. This is a mirror image of previous post.(In reverse of course)
From a Judite.......
It is true. He's handled several real estate closings for me. I've been quite satisfied with his services and have recommended him to others who have also been satisfied.

Are you attempting to cause Jud financial harm by spreading false, malicious statements about his work?
Google It

United States

#247 Sep 7, 2010
Pebbles wrote:
<quoted text>
I would think that taking that bus out of town to "tim buck two" took awhile. Give the boy a break. He's only one guy and one bus. All the signs loaded on the bus slowed thing down.
Hey! I think I rode that bus to St. Michael's as a boy 48 years ago
Jud, A chick chuck wagon is great. Air conditioned by fresh air and don't have to look like a little tiny guy driving it.
You are being ignorant and small-minded ... again. I was afraid the Topix election would change you and make you a better person! LOL! Fade out with ... sigh of relief.
Google It

United States

#248 Sep 7, 2010
Glad he was prepared and showed up early for the appointment - that is admirable.

I had an experience several years ago when I had an appointment at 10:00 at a another attorney's office - didn't get in until 10:20 and was out by 10:40. When I got the bill it was for a 1 hour consultation (I ended up not even needing legal work done at that time. Just a short question and answer session). I always wondered if their angle was to squeeze 3 clients into 1 hour and then bill each client for the full hour! That would make an 8 work day into 24-hour billable hours! I honestly thought I would be billed for a 1/2 hour session since no additional work was needed. Maybe their billing software doesn't do 1/2 hour increments.
THE REPUBLICAN

Lakewood, OH

#249 Sep 7, 2010
I hired him once and he parted the sea , walked on water, turned water to wine. Just thought I would throw my lie in also this morning. If he was such a great and successful attorney, why would he want to be a Senator when he grows up? Oh my bad, he wants to help his fellow man.
JSpringer

La Fontaine, IN

#250 Sep 7, 2010
another view wrote:
<quoted text>
It is true. He's handled several real estate closings for me. I've been quite satisfied with his services and have recommended him to others who have also been satisfied.
Are you attempting to cause Jud financial harm by spreading false, malicious statements about his work?
Get real. What in the wildest dream could you construe to be false and malicious about my posting. Threats wont work. I didn't say ANYTHING about his work. He might be a good lawyer. Heck I don't know. All I said was your post was exactly like a previous one only a mirrow image. Quit making threats as a response. That could work against you too..........
Captain High Pants

Maineville, OH

#251 Sep 7, 2010
I don't really know Jud at all. I applaud any young person who gets out there and puts themselves on the line. We need more young people stepping to the plate to get involved. Otherwise we continue to have career bureaucrats that just seal themselves up in ivory towers and disappear.

If I remember correctly, Jud lost by less than 1% of the vote last time when it was far less fashionable to be a Republican than it is today to be an incumbent of any flavor.

Since then Jud has opened a new law office in Vevay and done a pretty good job of marketing himself.

I'd say that the Democrats are reaching and scared because they know that they 68th district is going to be changing hands in November. The hatchet job effort here on this forum seems to be a pretty good indicator of that by a very small vocal minority who forget that most people simply don't care. People make up their minds about something like this on emotional basis and even when presented with a mountain of negative fact they fail to change their minds.

You're fighting a losing battle because the tide is against career incumbents and you know it.
Pebbles

United States

#252 Sep 7, 2010
Vevay??????
His bus is on Main street.
Did he forget to take it to Switz. County? I am just sure it would not be the laughing stock of the town.
Big and orange and blue should go where the man goes.
Do you not agree?
THE REPUBLICAN

Lakewood, OH

#253 Sep 7, 2010
Captain High Pants wrote:
I don't really know Jud at all. I applaud any young person who gets out there and puts themselves on the line. We need more young people stepping to the plate to get involved. Otherwise we continue to have career bureaucrats that just seal themselves up in ivory towers and disappear.
If I remember correctly, Jud lost by less than 1% of the vote last time when it was far less fashionable to be a Republican than it is today to be an incumbent of any flavor.
Since then Jud has opened a new law office in Vevay and done a pretty good job of marketing himself.
I'd say that the Democrats are reaching and scared because they know that they 68th district is going to be changing hands in November. The hatchet job effort here on this forum seems to be a pretty good indicator of that by a very small vocal minority who forget that most people simply don't care. People make up their minds about something like this on emotional basis and even when presented with a mountain of negative fact they fail to change their minds.
You're fighting a losing battle because the tide is against career incumbents and you know it.
Nice post cincy worker. You must be uncle Rick. I'll be waiting for a follow up from Mommy and Daddy
Pebbles

United States

#254 Sep 7, 2010
Captain High Pants wrote:
I don't really know Jud at all. I applaud any young person who gets out there and puts themselves on the line. We need more young people stepping to the plate to get involved. Otherwise we continue to have career bureaucrats that just seal themselves up in ivory towers and disappear.
If I remember correctly, Jud lost by less than 1% of the vote last time when it was far less fashionable to be a Republican than it is today to be an incumbent of any flavor.
Since then Jud has opened a new law office in Vevay and done a pretty good job of marketing himself.
I'd say that the Democrats are reaching and scared because they know that they 68th district is going to be changing hands in November. The hatchet job effort here on this forum seems to be a pretty good indicator of that by a very small vocal minority who forget that most people simply don't care. People make up their minds about something like this on emotional basis and even when presented with a mountain of negative fact they fail to change their minds.
You're fighting a losing battle because the tide is against career incumbents and you know it.
Captain,
Are you Rick? If so, your wife ain't 15 years younger than you unless she told you that and you believe it.
I don't think you are Rick.
oswald

United States

#255 Sep 7, 2010
Pebbles wrote:
Vevay??????
His bus is on Main street.
Did he forget to take it to Switz. County? I am just sure it would not be the laughing stock of the town.
Big and orange and blue should go where the man goes.
Do you not agree?
He was in town today, that is why the bus was here. Getting ready for the grill out with the governor.
Captain High Pants

Maineville, OH

#256 Sep 7, 2010
No I am not Rick. Not related to the McMillins in any fashion other than shaking his hand once last election.
Pebbles

United States

#257 Sep 7, 2010
Well, "Our man Mich",I believe, is thinking about running for president Of the United States of America. God love his heart. Perhaps looking for a vice president?
Tom Linkel would also be a great pick ya think?
I say it would be close between Jud and Tom for Vice commander in chief.
Tough one!
I'll ponder on it.
Get back to ya.
Pebbles
Captain High Pants

Maineville, OH

#258 Sep 7, 2010
Yes Pebbles, Mitch did say in Feb. that he may consider a run.

My personal guess is that all the GOP up and comers are waiting to see what Newt Gingrich decides to do. He has alluded to possibly throwing his hat in the ring, and that would be a big deal.
Pebbles

United States

#259 Sep 7, 2010
Captain High Pants wrote:
Yes Pebbles, Mitch did say in Feb. that he may consider a run.
My personal guess is that all the GOP up and comers are waiting to see what Newt Gingrich decides to do. He has alluded to possibly throwing his hat in the ring, and that would be a big deal.
OMG! For real?
If true, tax payers will have to pay for his Viagra I don't bill mine to medicare and want it associated with my SS#.
I keep that secret!
BUT NEWT????? I say go public.
I think he's about my age anyway.
Tough being in politics.
Can he handle the stress at his age?
Captain High Pants

Maineville, OH

#260 Sep 7, 2010
Back last winter when the Supreme Court overturned the limits on corporate campaign ad spending, Newt said in an interview that the reason he hadn't run was because he was busy raising money and managing his PAC. He said that the PAC only existed to get around the campaign spending laws, and now that those are overturned that it really doesn't make sense to continue running the organization. He was asked if he was considering a presidential run then and he made some comment about a committee being put together to study the feasibility.

I'd certainly vote for him. Can't do any worse than the last four we've had.
FYI

Warren, IN

#261 Sep 7, 2010
Captain High Pants wrote:
Back last winter when the Supreme Court overturned the limits on corporate campaign ad spending, Newt said in an interview that the reason he hadn't run was because he was busy raising money and managing his PAC. He said that the PAC only existed to get around the campaign spending laws, and now that those are overturned that it really doesn't make sense to continue running the organization. He was asked if he was considering a presidential run then and he made some comment about a committee being put together to study the feasibility.
I'd certainly vote for him. Can't do any worse than the last four we've had.
http://www.realchange.org/gingrich.htm
Google It

United States

#262 Sep 7, 2010
FYI wrote:
LMAO! Thanks for the link! Very enlightening.

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