Stay Classy, Mr. King
It's gotten comical, this back and forth with D.A. King of Marietta.
Like Ron Burgundy, Will Farrell's character in the film "Anchorman," Mr. King's overinflated sense of purpose and self-righteousness borders on the megalomaniacal.
Challenge Mr. King, as I have, and he responds with shrill childish personal attacks.
My sources? The fingerprints Mr. King has left all over his various hate activities, back to his VDARE days. It's called the "Internet" Mr. King, where verifiable facts are just a click away. Try it sometime.
Rather than owning up like a big boy, he says I'm a liar.
I'm not going to engage in name calling with Mr. King or get down in the gutter with him. Rather, I invite readers to watch "Anchorman" and have a good laugh at a guy who says, "I don't know how to put this, but I'm kind of a big deal."
In your dreams, Mr. King, in your dreams.