Since when did Alexandria decide it wanted Gitmo detainees?
Jennifer Rubin, who also commented on that Jim Moran column I raised an eybrow at earlier, reminds us that the subject has come up before… It seems Jim Moran’s hometown spoke out on this issue a couple of months ago, according to this news report. Residents were apparently “decidedly unfriendly to news that the Obama administration might move some detainees from their highly controlled military | Read More »
Jim Moran (D) calls Bobby Lee a patriot.
I understand that the PMA thing requires a distraction; but this? In each case, Alexandria demonstrated the kind of courage and patriotism that can be traced to the city’s roots as the home town of George Washington and Robert E. Lee. “Courage” I will grant for General Lee, readily enough. I even think that he did what he thought was the right thing. However, speaking | Read More »
Annnnd they’re going after City Councilwoman Alicia Hughes.
Unsurprising – African-American Republicans (or, in this case, Republican-endorsed*) are open season for Beltway progressives; female African-American ones, moreso – but depressing. Fortunately, Jim Geraghty is better at research than your average shrieker, so if one starts babbling about the Hatch Act you can quote this section of the relevant federal code at them. You can also follow that with a loud observation or two | Read More »