In today’s News Sentinel, Georgiana Vines has a column about how diverse the Democrats new leadership is and notes that all were elected without opposition.
But three weeks ago when she wrote about the Republicans reorganization she described the exact same scenario as well orchestrated. Clearly a description with a slant toward the Sentinel’s perception of the County Commission meeting of 2007.
What does the lifestyle or the life experiences of new Party leaders have to do with their selection? Either leaders are selected for the abilities and capabilities for the next two years or they were elected for show and not for their ability and capability. Come on Georgiana, your bias shouldn’t be so obvious.