Saturday, July 16, 2005

Nathan Taylor: A too-Young Republican?

Even real Nevadans recognize Nathan Taylor's great leadership and financial management skills.

It's not clear to me why he ignored others' counsel, or tried to do the whole thing himself, even telling off Operation Yellow Elephant when we tried to help him make the convention a success.

What was he thinking?

Does this have any implications for other levels of government?

I hope not.

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9 Comments:

At 17 July, 2005 23:12, Anonymous Anonymous said...

he should just take up the nevada state business and become a whore

 
At 19 July, 2005 09:35, Blogger Steve said...

I notice the little jug eared bastard didn't address the call to arms coming from the leftist "cowards." Being called a coward by a young Bush supporter. Oh, that stings. It stings badly.

 
At 21 July, 2005 19:21, Anonymous Anonymous said...

progressives should join the peace corpts until we outnumber the facists in the military and then we will win with peace

 
At 22 July, 2005 22:25, Anonymous Sue said...

PEACE and qaugmire the FACISTS

 
At 25 July, 2005 13:20, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Exactly when was this little skinhead going to enlist? I must have missed it, my reading comprehension score on the L-sat was poor.

 
At 25 July, 2005 15:07, Anonymous Anonymous said...

THERE IS NOTHING WRONG WITH BEING A WHORE THAT IS JUST ANOTHERS PERSONS LIFE CHOICE AND YOU HAVE NO FUCKING RIGHT TO JUDGE YOU FUCKING ASSHOLE SO SHUT THE FUCK UP AND LEAVE PEOPLE ALONE IF YOU ARENT GOING TO HELP

 
At 03 August, 2005 22:00, Anonymous wgbush said...

$25,000! That's it? The Army is offering enlistment bonuses of $40,000! He can have change left over plus the army college fund and G.I. Bill.

 
At 20 January, 2007 11:12, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Monday, March 07, 2005
Copyright © Las Vegas Review-Journal

Complaint dropped against GOP operative

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

RENO — A criminal complaint has been dropped against a state Young Republicans member accused of embezzling registration fees for an upcoming GOP convention.

Joe Brezny, Nevada’s national committeeman for Young Republicans, said he asked Reno police to drop the complaint against Nathan Taylor after determining the charges were groundless.

“We’re trying to set the record straight,” Brezny said.

Taylor, 29, a senior at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, accepted the apology.

“I am disappointed it got to the press, but I’ve forgiven those groups for what they did,” Taylor said.

Taylor also won back his job as chairman of the Young Republican National Convention, scheduled July 6-10 at Mandalay Bay. He was removed from the post last month.

In a complaint filed with police Feb. 14, Brezny alleged Taylor used registration fees and donations for personal use such as bar tabs and credit card debts.

In a letter to police, Arjun Dhingra, state Young Republicans chair, said about $25,000 received from 200 people around the country was missing.

Taylor said he produced documents to show he didn’t do anything wrong. He said the bar tabs involved dinners he bought for volunteers of the convention’s committee.

During police questioning, Taylor produced an August 2004 letter that granted him the authority to organize, arrange and sign contracts for the event.

After discovery of the letter, Brezny told police to drop the investigation.

 
At 20 January, 2007 11:13, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Monday, March 07, 2005
Copyright © Las Vegas Review-Journal

Complaint dropped against GOP operative

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

RENO — A criminal complaint has been dropped against a state Young Republicans member accused of embezzling registration fees for an upcoming GOP convention.

Joe Brezny, Nevada’s national committeeman for Young Republicans, said he asked Reno police to drop the complaint against Nathan Taylor after determining the charges were groundless.

“We’re trying to set the record straight,” Brezny said.

Taylor, 29, a senior at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, accepted the apology.

“I am disappointed it got to the press, but I’ve forgiven those groups for what they did,” Taylor said.

Taylor also won back his job as chairman of the Young Republican National Convention, scheduled July 6-10 at Mandalay Bay. He was removed from the post last month.

In a complaint filed with police Feb. 14, Brezny alleged Taylor used registration fees and donations for personal use such as bar tabs and credit card debts.

In a letter to police, Arjun Dhingra, state Young Republicans chair, said about $25,000 received from 200 people around the country was missing.

Taylor said he produced documents to show he didn’t do anything wrong. He said the bar tabs involved dinners he bought for volunteers of the convention’s committee.

During police questioning, Taylor produced an August 2004 letter that granted him the authority to organize, arrange and sign contracts for the event.

After discovery of the letter, Brezny told police to drop the investigation.

 

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