Legislating by ideological pendulum swings isn’t sustainable regardless of the issue at hand.
And why a second term with Governor LePage was a big mistake.
All you have to do is vote one true vote. Vote the truest vote you know.
Even with Mayhew gone, Governor LePage and other elected officials who enabled her management style and her policies are still around.
My attitude is whatever it takes to keep these folks from showing up in body bags at the chief medical examiner’s office.
This administration is so obsessed with restrictions to social service program access, I’m worried they’re totally missing what recipients actually need in this social and economic climate.
Ideology makes for interesting table conversation, but lousy policy — especially when all available data contradicts the ideological conclusion.
Politicians love to profess their faith when they’re running for office, but once they’re in there …
So many discussions default to Republicans saying cut, cut, cut and Democrats saying hold on a second … we don’t really ever have an unbiased conversation about welfare. (Senator Nathan Libby)
I hope he keeps it up, though, and accepts an invitation from Catherine Lewis.