Featured in a recent open-to-the-public interview yesterday afternoon, Hearn was asked by Summerville Patch editor Lindsay Street how he intended to win the Nov. 6 election against opponent Miriam Birdsong.
The answer he gave, though, is what should cost Hearn the election.
In the first sentence of his reply, he opined that "people are not really interested in the county council race." That's to his advantage, though, as he inferred in his very next sentence.
But if such proud assumption weren't bad enough, the specific words he used in that next sentence certainly were. You see, Hearn openly stated intentions to .... dictate.
That's right, ladies and gentlemen - that's exactly what he said.
And that means one of two things - either Hearn isn't intelligent enough to know exactly what the term means or implies, or he thinks that we constituents aren't intelligent enough to recognize the difference.
So if you had no other reason to vote for Miriam Birdsong, folks, you sure has hell do now, dontcha?