25 February 2009

Days Later: Baltimore Sun Columnist Echoes Spectator

Mayor Dixon deserves level of respect pending trial outcome

They say imitation is the most sincere form of flattery. President Obama's disrespect of Mayor Sheila Dixon really upset me. Several days after my impassioned plea for Mayor Sheila Dixon to be treated with respect (see original piece), The Baltimore Sun's Dan Rodricks decides to follow suit. Thing about it...a readers email was posted and not his own words.

Mr. Rodricks, are you taking ques from a "mere blogger?"

Back in the Corps we used to say, lead, follow, or get the hell out the way!

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