"Can you explain your position on tolls for the Ohio River Bridges Project? Thanks."
Chuck Freiberger answered the question -- well, sort of. We'll be pressing him for greater accuracy.
For Ron Grooms' belated answer, check the list here. Grooms won't tell you what he thinks until the bi-state authority tells him what to think.
Shane Gibson openly provided his answer in the Tribune, before the question was asked.
That leaves Ed Clere, who spent the past 24 hours deleting my question from his Facebook site, deleting the questions of others from his Facebook site, and in general terms, mimicking the instincts of Third World tinpots more than embodying the intelligent, reasonable person I've known him to be.
Someone, anyone: What gives?
I believe that censorship constitutes an answer of sorts, don't you? A constituent asking a legislator a question about his position at the Facebook page, one fully intended as his legislative site, is not "cyber-bullying" or comparable to spray-painting graffiti.
However, removing it more than once plainly is censorship, and seeking in all this to ignore the question is a serious lapse of judgment by almost anyone's standards, Democrat or Republican, left or right, up or down. I persist in thinking that there's a rational explanation, because it personally saddens me to contemplate otherwise.