The Veto Session

In my continuing efforts to waste your time, here’s my summary of yesterday’s veto session: Warner rules the roost and Potts has a license to thumb his nose at the Republican Party.

Perhaps the real waste of time was the veto session itself; why did they bother? Without debating the merits of each individual action, the General Assembly obviously didn’t have much of a stake in their previous work when they agreed to 42 of 44 amendments to legislation and 28 of 30 budget amendments.

“Bi-partisanship” is alive and well in Virginia. Heck, you can almost be in three parties at the same time if you’re Russ Potts.


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  1. The biggest “drama” involved whether to kick Russ Potts out of the GOP. Documented over at SST.

  2. E M Risse Avatar
    E M Risse

    Will:

    Not a waste of time at all. Just the sort of thing that a blog is good for.

    Thank you for the reprot.

    EMR

  3. If nothing else, the veto session showed how stupid the off-coast drilling bill was.

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