Wednesday, April 28, 2010

The Fizz: HI-Q Hall of Famer

[Posted by Jake]

The Republican Party of Delaware County is frequently labeled a "machine", implying questionable intellect and integrity. Well, Thursday evening, at Drexelbrook, at the 2010 Partners in Learning Celebration, sponsored by the fine people at the Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union, that cynical Democrat and media stereotype will be seriously tested.

Delaware County Council Vice Chairman Christine Fizzano Cannon of Middletown Township, formerly of Ridley, a lawyer by profession and legislator by choice, will be inducted into the Delco HI-Q Hall of Honor. A smart, engaging and attractive public figure, Christine blows away all the Republican "machine" anachronisms and establishes once and for all the high standards of effective community leadership that has earned her the voters' confidence.

Tell me the last time any Democrat achieved this kind of recognition. They own the teacher's unions and the whole educational establishment, so you can be sure if they had any qualified alternatives, they would be singing their praises. But a local business, the Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union, doesn't have to subscribe to their politicking, and the citizens of Delaware County are enriched by this honest assessment of this dedicated public official.

Congratulations, Christine. It was my pleasure to embarrass you last week by announcing your Delco HI-Q Hall of Honor induction to our local organization. Glad to do it once again in this blog.

4 Comments:

Blogger Spencerblog said...

A committeeman for the Middletown GOP machine couldn't have said it any better. :)

April 29, 2010 at 6:34 AM 
Blogger Spencerblog said...

Or would "committeecog" be more apt?

April 29, 2010 at 8:46 AM 
Blogger jake said...

I'm still liking Neanderthal.
At least I didn't brag about another Penncrest HI-Q championship. Oops...there I go.
Subtlety is so overrated.

April 29, 2010 at 9:36 AM 
Blogger PSB said...

I know Christine well, and I know Delco politics too, and Gil is dead-on accurate here.

April 29, 2010 at 10:08 AM 

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