The fallout over the growing feud between Montgomery County Sheriff John P. Durante and Montgomery County GOP Chairman Ken Davis continues, accordng to reporter Margaret Gibbons of The Times-Herald in Norristown.
It's getting ugly. And as usual, the blame falls squarely on the shoulders of party boss Ken Davis, who has managed to lead the once-dominant organization into the abyss over the past four years.
"I am not a little kid and should not be treated that way," Durante told Gibbons about the way Davis handled the endorsement contest for the 17th District state Senate race. "That is the way he treats all of the committee people. It's time that the committee people take back this party."
The always tactful Davis responded this way: "He (Durante) is just unhappy because he lost face," said Davis. "Let's face it. He got his butt kicked."
Nothing like party unity during an election year. How much longer does Davis have left as party chairman? Ken Davis has been the best friend Democrats have had in Montgomery County since he took over as GOP chairman.