Since your editorial board has decided to designate me as “The Trump of Baltimore County” (Dec. 18) I have decided to designate the editors at the Baltimore Sun as the “Bernie Sanders of the Journalism World.” Now, let us begin to put the phony baloney you created with your editorial rant through the grinder one slice at a time.
•The race card: In all of my comments about the misguided Section 8 housing policy, race was never mentioned or implied. It is a pathetic tactic of the left that whenever they disagree with someone, the person is characterized as being a racist or subjected to name calling. How childish!
•County residents are racist: Baltimore County residents are sincerely concerned about the value of their homes and neighborhoods. These are large investments made in good faith by hard working people. A young woman approached me and said, “I would like to own a mansion and a luxury vehicle, but I can’t afford those things and I’m not going to ask my neighbors to pay for them.”
•Nuisance houses: While some editors are sitting at their desks pontificating on how to save the world in the Sunpaper Ivory Tower, I am on the streets working for the people. Spaces It is Delegate McDonough who receives the phone calls and emails on a regular basis from citizens concerned about drug dealing and other problems related cheap jerseys to Section 8 housing. The housing authority has no response policy. That is why I am introducing legislation to create a commission that will study the impact of Section 8 housing in Baltimore County.
•Quiet or deceptive: The editors attempt to describe the sneaky entry of Section 8 housing into Baltimore County as “quiet.” I remember when the Baltimore Colts quietly sneaked out of Baltimore in the dead of the night in Mayflower Vans.