Thursday, December 18, 2008

An Anniversary, of Sorts

It happened one year ago today. A death, of sorts, the end of an era, for sure.

Who died? Not who, but what.

Good solid Republican governance, that fuzzy, warm, fiscally responsible type of government, the kind that kept a check on taxes to the point that they were reduced for 2008.

Today, Thursday, December 18, 2008 is "Betrayal Day" in Montgomery County.

One year ago, as predicted, Jim Matthews handed control of county government over to Joe Hoeffel at a press conference effectively overturning the will of the voters. That day may mark the end of 150 years of fiscal restraint and usher in a new era of Philadelphia style government into what was once the richest and best run county in the country.

All citizens should curse Matthews on December 18th of each year. And, lest we forget, I will, on December 18th of every year that King James is still a county commissioner, post this video:


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