That said, there is very little on which we agree with you. Once again you want taxpayers, regardless of their financial circumstances or personal opinions, to fit the bill for a project you want. Instead, why don't you simply make the case to the community? If it's such a great idea, citizens who can afford it will donate the money! It happens often in Moore County. The State can take the citizens' money from them under threat of force, but that doesn't mean it magically, ethically becomes a slush fund for you to fill your desires. Quite to the contrary!
In this same The Pilot article, Lowell Simon, another man with many uncamouflaged Marxist ideas, presented his own pet project to the Southern Pines Town Council, but apparently he has garnered private donations to pay for it. I have no doubt that you two men are well acquainted. Marsh, why don't you talk to Lowell and find out how do it without raiding the purses of citizens who live on the verge of loosing their property?