Abrams says Weast is his political legacy
County Council loser Steve Abrams says Jerry Weast (pictured) is the greatest legacy of his political career.
Even greater than when the portly politician was Deputy Assistant Secretary of Agriculture for Food.
Tony Hill of the local cable show Comcast Candidates on Demand asks Abrams, "At the end of your political career, what do you hope your legacy to be?"
Abrams replies, "We already know what it is, it was hiring Jerry Weast as superintendent of schools, he's terrific and he has done something the nation will be proud of, not just Montgomery County."
To see the statement yourself, click on http://www.comcastnews.com/media/Partner/151715.wmv. The quote is at the end of the interview.