Vince Gray and streetcars: What do you think?
Sorry to be slow on the posts this morning. That's because, besides the big blog here, I'm also doing a weekly analysis piece -- which my editor has taken to calling a "thing." Works for me.
Here's where you come in: It's your big chance to get your name in The Post. Add your great comments this afternoon, and when we put the paper together later today, we'll print the best ones next to my "thing" on page B2.
This week, I take a look at Council Chairman Vince Gray's budget reversal last week on the streetcar program.
My nut graf: "Gray highlighted for a swath of voters -- well-off, mostly white, living in gentrifying neighborhoods and inclined to vote -- every doubt they ever had about him. That he's not forward-thinking. That he's an old-school, backroom operator. That he's plodding and overly cautious. That his commitment to good government is mere lip service." But he may have saved (at least some) face in the end.
June 3, 2010; 2:48 PM ET
Categories: DCision 2010 , The District , Vincent Gray
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