I've been following with interest the local reaction to some of our county Supervisors calling for the county to become a "sanctuary" for the Constitution. I don't remember hearing quite so much wailing and gnashing of teeth when many states and localities across the country declared themselves sanctuaries for illegal immigrants, but i guess that's different, right?
In a letter in Monday's paper, a resident says we need to be "afraid" of our Board of Supervisors (who, by the way, just happened to be elected by the residents of the county). These infernal businessmen, lawyers, fire/rescue workers, and "the such" certainly have no business representing the citizens who elected them, do they?
And the fact that these "scary" elected Supervisors actually feel that some of the tyrannical laws and edicts coming down from Richmond and Washington are not Constitutional; well, it's like they must think that oppressive tyrant Donald Trump is still in office, or something.
How dare the people of Frederick County elect these people to look after our rights? How dare they have opinions on the constitutionality of laws and what's to be taught in our schools! They should get back to important things like, I don't know, cutting ribbons, granting zoning exceptions, and rubber-stamping school board budgets. Just not worrying about our Constitutional rights, that's just crazy talk.