Getting hassled by The Man
Rat: Health care spending is increasing at a lower pace since the passage of Obamacare.
I'm sure you will not believe the data.
A: Thanks for catching that blunder. Fixed. As another great GOP governor once said: "Oops."
Ha! It's true, I got to the studio and realized I left my cheaters on the coffee table at home! Thanks for watching.
Hi Scarpia, B.:
Here's a complete list of the projects, in "Attachment C":
The Music Hall is not specifically mentioned but there is $23 million for "downtown community theaters and historical cultural landscape."
I will see what I can find out about the Music Hall.
Michael S. Ellegood: In answer to your question regarding the recall: A recall election would have Douglas standing for re-election against anyone else who qualified to run against her. Could be one person, could be a crowded field. Whoever wins that race would be the next superintendent.
Thank you, John Brown, for pointing out the typo. I fixed it.
Sarge, I appreciate your feedback as well, although I'm not entirely convinced you should be lecturing anyone on clarity in writing.
Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good night!
Rat T., the judge disagreed with your legal interpretation. I'm not sure where you got your law degree (perhaps the Alexander Hamilton Evening Law School?), but it's not doing you much good in this particular debate.
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