But, we repeat ourselves: Dude, you’ve got bigger problems than an out of the way blog with dozens of readers (May 6, 2014)
We received another Facebook message last night from someone identified as [Representative] Keith English. Again, we have no idea if it really is him.
Please read the bill.. Boeing
would have gotten 1.5
BILLION.. and now
This bill. Gives 25 % back for
small businesses that help
generate 750 million..
Sent from Jefferson City, MO
Uh, we did read the bill. We also read a lot of other stuff, including the Governor’s veto message and the past Missouri Supreme Court opinion by William Ray Price. You remember him, don’t you? There are reviews [pdf] of SB 509 that aren’t good.
Seriously, you think the Boeing giveaway is some sort of convincing example? You’re obviously not a regular reader of this august enterprise.
May we suggest a public relations strategery a bit more extensive than Facebook messaging?
That is, if the message really did come from Representative English. We have no idea.
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SB 509: Would you like some whine with your bill? (April 23, 2014)
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SB 509: in a wingnutshell (April 28, 2014)
SB 509: veto it is (May 1, 2014)
SB 509: Governor Jay Nixon’s (D) Veto (May 2, 2014)
SB 509: “Brawndo! It’s got electrolytes!” (May 3, 2014)
SB 509: You were expecting anything else? (May 5, 2014)
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