…the entire government of Virginia was in Williamsburg, hearing a talk from William & Mary’s president. From the Daily Press:
[T]rue leaders, he said, will make every effort to compromise and put matters of principle before their own preference, helping to close gaps between opposing views.
As lawmakers try to develop compromise, Reveley said, it’s important to know they are setting an example as representatives of a state that has “been there and done that” for centuries.
But do it all with a sense of humility, he warned.
“Of course, it is important we do all of this in a non-jackasslike way,” Reveley said, which was met with laughter and applause.
Of course, when one has friends on both sides of the aisle on RPV State Central Committee, one is particularly at pains to criticize either side. Yet some small part of me wishes that SCC was in Williamsburg this past weekend.