Tuesday, April 15, 2003
Romney Flips on House Pay Bill
On April 11, the Fraud Governor said that he would not oppose the Legislative re-org.
Shawn Feddeman, who is an aide to Romney’s loathsome $150,000 year spokesman, told the Boston Globe, “the governor believes the House should be able to organize themselves as they wish and he would expect the same courtesy in his restructuring proposal of the executive branch."
Four days later, Romney spun like a top and threatened to veto the bill, saying ''I think the executive branch should be able to have the ability to review compensation matters. I'll take a very careful look at that provision of this bill.'' (source: Globe, 4/15/2003)
Sounds like someone conducted a poll.
Hey, Fraud Governor, you can put your finger back in your pocket, now.