Friday, March 17, 2006

Pot, meet kettle

I wasn't the only one amused by yesterday's announcement that Harrisburg found Philadelphia untrustworthy: an Inquirer editorial rips state legislators for singling out one of many cities that occasionally find criminals among their politicians, and then goes on to point out that Harrisburg actually has more convictions to show for its residents than does City Hall... Tony Auth lets the images do the talking, to a similar end. For my part, I think that the city has done a good job of being ahead of the curve with studies and planning. In the end they can only express a preference to the state board, so why on earth try to override that?!

(p.s.) Blogger has been down for much of the afternoon, so I may or may not get to everything...


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