"No matter where you go, there you are"
Did things need scaled back? Yes
Did the State need to be crippled? No
The Governor and the R's have a strangle hold on the State and they are no way going to take one cent of the over BILLION $a year give away from the oil companies.
Not even a peep from them about that Billion dollar a year give away.
We had a better split on our oil but another R Governor said we needed to give the wealthiest companies on Earth more money and we would get trickle down money in return in the form of more oil through the pipeline.
That deal has worked the same as every single trickle down deal has ever worked.
The people of the State must like it because the same group of R's keep getting elected.
My Senator and my Representative were HARD at work up in Wasilla this week solving the problem. Bawaahahahah
Last edited by Seawolf Fan; 07-18-2019 at 09:23 PM. Reason: clarification
I keep wanting to be political about this! Thankfully my training as a federal employee not violating the Hatch Act keeps me fro— *sizzles with a jolt of electricity*
Ah there, that's better.
We need some student protests. Those get coverage.
GFM, not related to this thread, have you poked your head in the Apollo 11 thread in the Cafe?
Board of Regents just held their intermediate meeting, voted 10-1 to start Financial Exigency process.
That sound you hear is "The Rains of Castamere."
"TAF (Tiger Athletic Fund?) is a nonprofit sitting on nearly a half billion dollars in assets, $498.7 million in 2017, and a quarter billion in funds, $244.4 million, according to disclosures filed with the Internal Revenue Service."
#LSU is facing a 3% budget shortfall for the upcoming year, or about $10-14 million via @theadvocatebr. https://t.co/CamdpfGSpr
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