From his campaign literature, we understand Rich hates the Sodomites and Rich hates the Medranos.
Well, I knew we had Medranos in Dallas. One even represents me on the Dallas City Council. Another is running for Dallas County Treasurer. But I didn’t know we had Sodomites in Dallas.
Sdom is a small town in Israel on the Dead Sea that’s been there since Biblical times, and its residents are known as Sodomites. The town’s best known for being the fourth largest producer of potash in the world.
I don’t know why Rich hates those potash producers so much, but he seems to despise them with a vengeance.
Rich accuses incumbent Miguel Solis of being a “trojan horse for the Sodomites.”
Well, I don’t know if Solis has ever been to Israel, but he’s been endorsed by Stonewall Democrats and, as a DISD board member, toured Resource Center to find ways they can work together.
Solis has been in a long-term relationship with his girlfriend, and they recently got engaged. As they say in Sodom, “Mazel tov.”
As for Rich, he’s breaking a campaign promise from his last election by running.
At a debate in the race for Dallas City Council District 13, one of the candidates was 18-year-old Jacob King. Rich promised he’d never run for office again if Jacob got more votes than he did. Indeed, Jacob got more votes than Rich.
So here’s the question. If you can’t keep the most basic campaign promise, Rich, why should we trust you on anything at all ever again?