Any thoughts on the possible primary battle between the publisher of the Philadelphia Sun (and president of the local NAACP chapter) and the Congressman from the 2nd Pennsylvania District? (see story). Is it a petty political battle pitting the Northwest democratic faction (Mondesire) against West Philly democratics (Fattah). Or is it more substantive, with Mondesire working to block a candidate whom he thinks isn't serious about the office? What has Congressman Fattah done exactly? He's well known, but for what? On the other hand, Jerry Mondesire has been a visible presence on the ground in Philadelphia; often controverisal but always outspoken and passionate.
Tuesday, February 22, 2005
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