Dedicated to the proposition that intellectual acuity is not a prerequisite to political discourse
Wednesday, April 1, 2009
What am I to make of several mailings over the past few weeks from the RPV signed by the RPV's executive director? Certainly, I have nothing against her, but shouldn't those fundraising letters come from the RPV chairman? Does this mean that even the RPV staff/fundraisers consider Frederick a liability? Even if they don't, shouldn't we have a chairman whose name alone will help, rather than hinder, fundraising efforts?