Donald Domineck: Chairman of the Hypocrites 'R Us ProjectPosted by DarthDilbert at 6/27/2010 04:50:00 PM
Donald Domineck, chairman of the Freedom Project, an outreach ministry of the Ethan Temple Seventh-day Adventist Church, led a protect Saturday against Bill Goodman's Gun & Knife Show at Hara Arena. He was quoted saying, "What we’re trying to do is let Hara Arena know that we don't appreciate 24 gun shows a year." First, Donny, there aren't twenty-four gun shows at Hara a year. According to Hara, there are only seven this year; but let's not allow facts to derail a liberal democRAT talking point.
As for Domineck, a registered democRAT since 25 May 1979, according to his Facebook page was "was elected a member of the democratic central comm.respresenting [sic] ward 5d in dayton view" on 4 May 2010. A quick glance at the results from the Montgomery County Board of Elections shows that he defeated his opponent Charles Taylor by a whopping one-third of the vote. The problem however is that out of 247 registered voters in the Dayton 5-D precinct only thirty-six people voted, and of those, only twenty-four voted for Domineck or 0.0971%. With those impressive numbers I'm certain that the DNC will enthusiastically encourage him to run in the 2012 primary against Obummer. Hope and Change!
His behavior is typical of democRATs today: Do as I say, not as I do. He complains that "kids have such easy access to guns". and yet is associated with a rap artist Clarence Winn, also known as, Chaos Tha Community Serva, whose organization Diamond Cut was classified as a street gang by the FBI. One of the members of Diamond Cut, Levy K. Smith, was sentenced to 10 years in federal prison after having been "charged with conspiracy to distribute and possess with the intent to distribute drugs (crack cocaine and heroin) and for having a handgun while being a convicted felon." DDN conducted a five-month examination of area gang activity and found that law enforcement agencies in the Miami Valley have connected assaults, drug trafficking, shootings and homicides to more than a dozen local street gangs including that of Diamond Cut.
In addition to his convicted felon pal Smith, Winn also has a distinguished record with law enforcement having been "arrested twice on gun charges, according to Montgomery County court records. In one incident in March 2005, Dayton police found a loaded 9mm Ruger handgun on the floorboard of the black Chevrolet Impala that Winn was driving. Police were led to the car, parked in an alley in the 2100 block of Malvern Avenue, by witnesses who saw it leave the scene where a man had been shot in the neck on McCleary Street." I'm sure with the Diamond Cut gang in attendance, the upcoming "peace in da hood concert" will be calm, peaceful, and serene event.