“The target is to those congressional members who are going to be putting their name on the ballot, filing for election here in less than eight months, the message is going to be to them, ‘Hey, brother congressman, sister congresswoman, hold on a minute. You’re doing some things, or you’re overseeing some things or you’re blessing some things in Washington, D.C. that are absolutely wrong and we’re not going to stand for it any more.”
In case you don’t understand Goodhair-ese, what he said is: K-A-Y B-A-I-L-E-Y H-U-T-C-H-I-S-O-N.
Hutchison said she supported the bipartisan compromise in part because it will protect Texas from losing federal money. “The Finance Committee worked with me to not rob [Texas’] funds, so for that reason I’m inclined to support (the bill),”said Hutchison.
BTW, Goodhair will be guest of honor at various of the state’s teabagstravaganzas today, including the one held at Austin’s Lady Bird Lake, where
Empty boxes labeled with the name of the once heavily taxed beverage will be thrown into the water — andimmediately retrieved by canoe. The protesters have even obtained the proper permits from city officials, event organizer Judy Holloway said.
Well, that certainly sends a strong message…