Last edited by Conservative; 11-25-10 at 10:12 AM. Reason: spelling
Utah's governor just got re-elected, right after his DOT head paid $13,000,000 hush money to a low bidder who did NOT get selected, but the winning bidder did, just by coincindence pay into the governors campaign funds. The Gov claimed to know nothing about it, the DOT head backed him up. Question is, why doesn't the Gov fire the DOT head?
Maybe there is more to this story? There usually is....
Of course, the gov is an R, and Utah is mostly R. We do have a collection of Dem souls, mostly in Salt Lake City, and that mayor is often enough a democrat. Sounds like Houston, right?
As for Austin, it sounds like Logan, university towns tend to be nice areas to live and work, and retire...
Oracle of Utah
Truth rings hollow in empty heads.
Tired of elections being between the lesser of two evils.When the debate is lost, slander becomes the tool of the loser. -Socrates
I simply pointed out the rhetoric coming out of Houston from open minded attorneys and not political ideologues on either side. I also pointed out the actual election results which had nothing to do with redistricting as some would have you believe. The total vote IS the will of the people. Tom DeLay had nothing to do with generating the total vote.
I have never been to Logan but I have been to Austin. It is in the Hill Country of TX and is indeed a nice area, just too far left for me and expensive. I just wish the rich liberal billionaires and supporters would put their money where their mouth is and send extra contributions to the govt. instead of trying to spread liberal misery equally to all others.