** I took this screenshot of the below four stories lined-up yesterday on Lancaster Online. How sad and horrific. Yes, Lancaster County is a “special place!”
RUNNING FOR DA!
* Click here for his biography on his law firm website, Crystle-Allen Law.
YOUR EDITORIAL BOARD!
Even though I was born at Lancaster General, lived most of my 51 years here and have a family tree showing Eshlemans arriving six generations ago, I don’t know what “Lancaster County values” are.
From the above LNP column (click here).
It is incredibly ironic that LNP managing editor Tom Murse tweeted and linked to the above column last week. You see, it is LNP that tells the residents of Lancaster County they are “special” and “unique” almost weekly in their editorials.
They did it on January 27th with their editorial about Mayor Sorace’s “State of the City” speech (click here). Their final sentences:
And we certainly agreed with the mayor when she said Lancaster is “a special community. And there is more work to be done.”
The notion that Lancaster residents are a “special community” or have “special values” is absurd. In his column Eshleman says this:
Then there’s U.S. Rep. Joe Pitts, who lives in Chester County but also represents Lancaster County. In 2004, Pitts said, “There’s a theme to my work in Congress, and I say it all the time … I want to bring Lancaster County values to Washington ….”
Pitts knows ‘em, for sure, but don’t you wonder if the folks of Chester County aren’t miffed that Pitts doesn’t take their values to Washington? Perhaps they have none.
And the reason Lancaster County is so Republican and men like Pitts stayed in office so long is because of the Steinman family and thus, LNP, endorsing these fools for years.