Thursday, May 25, 2006

Lt. Gov. Steele visited the school that Duncan and Weast tried to avoid

Like Superintendent Jerry Weast (left), County Executive Doug Duncan has chickened out from meeting with his Seven Locks constituents for two-and-a-half years.

Meanwhile, Lt. Gov. Michael Steele visited the school and had a productive meeting with PTA members.

Duncan (right) is running for governor of Maryland. Steele (center) is running for the US Senate.

Their avoidance of Seven Locks lead us to conclude that Weast and Duncan have something to hide.