Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Denish dropped the ball.

Jim Scarantino reports, link;
in 2007, Lt Governor Diane Denish traded around 25,000 tax dollars for a report that corroborated the widespread conviction that state government was too big and, bad for the state's economy.

According to Scarantino, she never made the report public, nor did she act on the advice she paid for.

Scarantino suggests that,
the explanation for her failure to act,
was as simple as the need to
not upset public sector supporters.

In other words; "for votes".

I think he may be right.

You will remember, that when he asked Denish to surrender any public records that proved she had acted on any concerns about any of the many scandals in their administration, and about the culture of corruption in Santa Fe, link,

she could not produce even one.

photo Mark Bralley

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