There’s no mystery that the national liberty movement has shown a major lack of willingness to “go local” but this is just ridiculous.
First, we have Kelly Burk back on the Leesburg Town Council. Now we have the long-time Councilman Vice-Mayor, Bobby Zoldos, “faithful lieutenant” to the 30 year career retiring Mayor of Lovettsville stepping up in her place.
And the most visible supporter of Mr. Sarbanie was Dick Black, a long-time staunch (mostly) conservative State Senator?
The Mayor of Purcellville was unopposed (sans the write-in campaign of someone with a clear axe to grind against him), and all three incumbents won reelection on the Purcellville Town Council.
And the other three town elections in Loudoun were completely uncontested.
Meanwhile, the current elected officials of all these municipalities opposed the Eminent Domain Constitutional Amendment passed by the General Assembly, and fall all over themselves to push every “Smart Growth” initiative they can get their hands on. And that same General Assembly managed to put forward a whole slew of bills related to “Sustainable Development” and “Green Initiatives” most of which have a major local component.
But don’t sweat it…just keep focusing on the National Election and “NOBAMA” and everything will be OK, until our rights are slowly ceded to the “community” and “stakeholders” and the world of private property and individual rights is something we can tell our grandchildren about…(if they let us have those, lest we overpopulate the planet).