I am amazed at your post.
DHHS was in a sad state before the inauguration. Same goes for buildings.
Let the legislature really use a fine tooth comb to go over the budget. There are still far too many give away programs. Far too many Section 8 and Food Stamp recipients who are able to work or at least perform some public service.
Why do some receive vouchers for Section 8 rather than live in vacant public housing units?
When do taxpayers quit funding the baby making machines who often may not be able to identify the father without a DNA test?
We could continue.
At least he remained in state and on the job after his inauguration. Smiley can not say the same.
He's forced to deal with 12 years of predecessor give aways, borrowing, and mismanagement.
Don't you think he needs a bit more time for the progress to really shine?
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