Wed
Apr 7 2010
09:48 pm
By: Andy Axel  shortURL

As a follow-up to this item: Undeterred by the informed opinion of the state's attorney general, Lt. Governor Ron "C. Calhoun" Ramsey is talking up the idea of hiring special counsel to pursue his nonsense nullification action.

Remind me why this guy thinks he'd make a good governor again.

EricLykins's picture

I like this headline from Hotline

"I'm Telling You What To Do About That Law That Tells Us What To Do"

LG Ron Ramsey (R) "pushed ahead" 4/7 "with a resolution 'urging'" AG Robert Cooper (D) "to challenge the constitutionality" of the health care reform law "a day after Cooper said he couldn't."

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