Can We Trust Their Word?
Should the State of Tennessee be basing budget decisions on the mere word of the government in Washington?:
Many of the programs that were on the list of those to be cut were certainly worthwhile, the chief of which were those services provided to mentally challenged citizens and the mentally ill. No one has yet explained, however, how the State can make financial decisions based merely on the good word of the federal government. The Executive Branch of the current federal apparatus in Washington can't even get their story straight on how Osama bin Laden was captured, but they want us to believe they will pay us the money they admit that they owe us in full.
Labels: Conservatism, Federal politics, Tennessee politics