Greene on Davis
01/31/2014 6:43 PM
01/31/2014 6:44 PM
I have long admired Richard Greene and his wife, Sylvia, for their work on behalf of Arlington.
I was disappointed by his weak argument against Wendy Davis in Sunday’s column, “What a Gov. Davis would really mean.” I suspect he was on GOP auto-drive when he wrote the column, what with the obligatory Founders references and how their principles are under attack.
“The Democrats are coming!” he seems to be warning.
I do agree that the Davis campaign fudged on some of the back-story details. I do not agree that it rises to a “concocted” version.
Davis’ back-story and current story are exhaustive: law practice, state senator, Fort Worth City Council, graduated from TCU and Harvard law, community college, mother, wife, daughter and sister.
Any way you spin it, she has my respect. I think, too, she would have the respect of our Founding Fathers and mothers.
— Mary Lochridge, Arlington
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