Chip Rogers recaps the session

Senate Majority Leader Chip Rogers (R-Woodstock) recently recorded his thoughts on the 2012 legislative session. In the video, Rogers notes that he is proud of the process and scheduling of the session. He also points out some of the legislative accomplishments from the session, including the redistricting and the charter schools amendment:


  1. Jawgadude says:

    Seems Chip left out a few things? Starting next year private sales of automobiles between individuals will now be taxed at 7%. TAX INCREASE! Many online retailers will now be required to collect sales tax when you shop noline. TAX INCREASE! Shall I go on?

  2. CobbGOPer says:

    He also forgot to mention that it seems likely he’ll get out of his motel debt with minor trouble, continuing to enjoy the benefits of public office that the rest of us can only dream about…

  3. Cloverhurst says:

    Chip hasn’t looked good all session, never at ease, seemed like he was never in Atlanta on important legislative days.

    Maybe he is having a hard time living with the fact that he scammed the taxpayers out of $2 million in FDIC bailouts. Real conservative leader he is.

  4. Dave Bearse says:

    Cuz nothing says “proud of the process and scheduling of the session” than major tax legislation coming out of the woodwork at the end of the session to be voted on the day after its presentation, or allowing legislation that would seal ethics complaints information to be presented as routine hunting license legislation at the end of the session.

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