July 30, 2016 7:20 pm ET
Kamenetz’s higher aspirations aren’t supported by his care for constituents
Source: Delusions of Grandeur
Photo credit/Baltimore Sun & WJZ TV
In my humble opinion, the Sun’s political spin (cycle) leaves the facts all wet.
“How so?” the skeptics may ask.
For starters, let’s look at the Senate race, which pits liberal Democrat Chris Van Hollen against a motorcycle riding Republican “RINO” (like Governor Hogan) Kathy Szeliga.
Not quite sure if riding a motorcycle is as important as Kate’s Law being voted down, but the Sun never wrote a word on the latter important issue, which would save lives.
This is a crucial time in the history of our nation, and the best that one of our lame Senate candidates can do is muster is a commercial about riding a Harley.
As for the ultra-liberal Chris Van Hollen, he’s probably already spent the blood money he took to defeat Kates Law, all $87k of it.
Did I mention that the Sun’s political reporter failed to mention a single word about this subject? Or the fact that Van Hollen censored the following article from his Facebook page?
With all of that said, let’s get back to the main topic of this article—another self-centered politician who can’t seem to find the pulse of his own constituents.
Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz was front and center at the DNC this week when he should be home taking care of business. After all, someone who aspires to be the leader of the state should focus more on the “state of the state” rather than the dog and pony show that produced a nominee who was never in doubt (especially since she was pushed through by the party elite).
Now, if you wanted to be governor of the state of Maryland, would you be caught on video doing this?
Recently, the Sun paper ran this article. Check out the comments:
Seriously, folks, if you just dropped a hint to the Sun’s political reporter that you might be a gubernatorial candidate, one would think that you might want to read the comments the readers made about you.
Now with those comments what the Sun does not tell you is the current condition of Baltimore in its ranking among other jurisdictions within the State of MD.
Take a look at these numbers, because apparently Mr. Kamenetz has not.
If you were in Mr. Kamenetz’s shoes and heard those comments from the Sun article and saw where the county ranks among other jurisdictions, would you run for governor?
I didn’t think so.
To wrap up this column, I will leave you with bit a non-transparency to go along with the other delusional politician who showed up for his own rally, which no one attended.
If you listen to the interview he is giddy with his own grandiose.
In addition to the truth detector remember this little interview about his top cop:
Can we trust this man as Governor?
It’s a sorry state of affairs, folks, and it appears to be getting worse.
(Coming up: Homan cost taxpayers another $400,000 in ADA case along with silence at the DRC on our money, and big campaign donations involving Fort Howard.)