Oops! They said it again!

Mississippi State Senate Speaker Philip Gun admits he agrees with Tip O’Neill, “all politics is local.” Why else would Speaker Gunn lead the State House in avoding a plan that “would save the state millions in lease payments” and “make government more efficient?” Let the Speaker speak: “I represent the people of Clinton, and they sent me here to look out for their interests. We believe it’s in the best interests of my constituents for it to be in Clinton, for those jobs to stay in the area,” Speaker Gunn says. You read it correctly so you don’t need reading glasses. And forget the hearing aides because there is no rising din of discontent from the Mississippi Teabaggers. Don’t expect them to champion a plan that shows the state “would save almost $30 million dollars over 20 years” by purchasing the Landmark Center in the state capitol, Jackson, and relocating DOR and other agencies there. You see Republicans are only fiscal conservative when someone else benefits from government (Hurricane Sandy vs. Deep Water Horizon or Katrina). When conservatives say we are all on a diet, that we have a spending prorblem, watch carefully and you’ll see them double back to the kitchen and steal the $30 million cake.

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