Words of Wisdom from Arthur McGreevy
Posted by David Keelan on Saturday, October 21, 2006
I could not help but note the irony in this recent discovery and felt compelled to share it with you since it reflects upon a recent topic of discussion.
On July 11, 2002 the Columbia Flier publish a letter from Mr. Arthur McGreevy. Today Mr. McGreevey serves Ken Ulman’s campaign for County Executive as Mr. Ulman’s campaign manager. At the time this letter was written Mr. Ulman was campaigning against Mary Kay Sigaty for the privilege to represent the Democratic Party in the general election for the Howard County County Council. In his letter Mr. McGreevey write as follows:
“There is an old saying: “How you run is how you govern.” Ken Ulman is running a positive, well-organized campaign. He is working hard every day. It was these traits that led to his endorsement. [Teacher’s Union]
If how you run is a reflection of how you will govern, the community will be well served by Ken Ulman.”
I am compelled to ask. Is our resolve so fragile? And, is Mr. McGreevy still committed to those ideals he expressed so well four years ago?