6 comments

  1. Chris says:

    More than likely _so_ many people are responsible on both sides of the aisle, that no one will be held accountable.

    I want to be able to vote on repealing the banishment protections in the State Constitution.

  2. Dave Bearse says:

    Georgia being behind the times politically (the flip-flop from Dem to GOP in state offices occuring a decade or two after it occurred in nearly the rest of the south), it sure didn’t take long to implement Washington GOP borrow and spend practices at GDOT.

  3. BubbaRich says:

    The clip I heard on the radio in the last couple of days was unbelievably stupid, something about the DOT being unaware that the federal funding mechanisms they were using for many highway projects require matching state money. The person I heard even took some credit for the stupidity, something like “we were not aware that our funding mechanisms required matching state money.”

    This is not up to the level of a capital crime, but such stupidity should be punished in some reasonable way, like denying any idiot claiming such a defense the ability to work on the public payroll ever again. And if they give that up and start claiming a more likely defense, there will be grounds for criminal or civil charges against them.

  4. Trackboy1 says:

    How about David Doss going on air to defend the overspending, saying there were a whole lotta people to please? He also accused of Gena overstating the problem.
    You are the embodiment of the problem, Mr. Doss. Wasted hundreds of millions? No biggie to Dave, the ultimate insider and BFF with every road builder, every toll road conglomerate. You’re too stupid to even be a bit shameful.

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