Weldon delivers aid to New Orleans REALLY personally
William Bender has a really compelling story in today's Delaware County Daily Times about his trip to New Orleans with Curt Weldon.
He does a masterful job of describing what it's like "on the ground" there.
But I still don't get it. Why did Weldon insist on delivering the stuff personally? He said something about cutting through the red tape, but then he insists on seeing the Mayor personally, and I suspect the Mayor of New Orleans had other things to do.
Weldon strikes me as a guy who really cares, and has some good ideas, but there is something vaguely weird about him.