Keller @ Large
A governor is elected to push the permanent bureaucracy toward goals endorsed by the voters. His hires ought to know that utter failure could be a job-threatening development.
When the going gets tough, the mentally tough start fantasizing. So here goes:
This whole debacle has been government at its worst – arrogant, heavy-handed, clueless.
You’ll have a tough time convincing me there’s anything nutty about that.
Social change tends to come slowly, even in a supposedly ultra-liberal place like Massachusetts.
The Beatles were real songwriters, not trashmen and trashwomen. And it’s reassuring that there seems to be a pretty big audience for that.
What are we to presume about the operators of these vehicles?
What he says had better be more persuasive than what he’s been saying.
Jon says elections aren’t like choosing a soup.
People are furious with a bureaucracy that runs them in circles and can’t give straight answers despite having months, if not years, to reinvent the wheel.