I just read the report in the Dayton Daily News about our new governor's "state of the state" speech. In fairness to his excellency, I don't assume a brief report in the press gets the story right. But the story is more money for senior citizens, fewer charter schools, an end to vouchers, more government-funded health insurance and . . .
What about jobs, governor?
"Also, he proposed targeting $250 million a year in tax exempt bonds for four years to invest in job-creating energy projects."
How many jobs will that create, governor?
Does anybody have anything to add, from what Governor Strickland said?
Is this it?
This was the governor's "state of the state" address. The state of the state, governor, is that we need jobs and economic development.
What are you going to do, governor?