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This is poignant and still just as blunt as it needs to be. The crreunt MCRC “leadership” is behaving in a blatantly desperate manner. They’re gravely wounded; pleading with the people they answer to that they will promise to be good, while simultaneously gnashing their teeth erratically in every direction. As a committee member, I can easily say that I have had more communication from MCRC in the past two weeks than I have had during the entire time that these folks have been running the show. They can promise to develop and implement plans of action, but the damage has already been done. They should have been doing this yesterday. The lofty emails are laughable, too. These demands that we work together are totally disingenuous as they are written by someone who spent most of his political efforts in Montgomery County causing and perpetuating intra-party rifts. As the author said, all of this activity is just self-preservation tactics. It’s so obvious that it’s uncomfortable to those of us veteran politicos. They’ve had their chance. It didn’t work out, so now it’s time for new leadership.

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