As an update to its earlier story PA2010.com posted a Eachus aide, Brett Marcy's response to State Rep. Bryan Lentz' call for Eachus's removal from the leader of the House Democratic Caucus.
A day after state Representative Bryan Lentz (D-Delaware) called for the removal of Todd Eachus, the House Majority Leader’s spokesman wasn’t swiping back at Lentz.
“Representative Eachus did receive Representative Lentz’s letter, and he will respond to him in the near future,” Eachus spokesman Brett Marcy said Tuesday. “Representative Eachus and the entire leadership team try to be inclusive and responsive to all members in the diverse Democratic Caucus. That means we’re going to continue to focus on the important legislation that we’ll be moving forward this year.”
Hmmm...as the plot thickens. Eachus has not been charged with any wrongdoing.
The hardest thing a man has to live with about war isn't the things he does that he was ordered to do. It's the things he does that he wasn't ordered to.- Clint Eastwood, Gran Torino
The place should not honor the man, but the man the place.- Agesilus
Maybe in Eachus's case it is the thing he isn't doing that he should do.