Tuesday, October 28, 2014
Greg Abbott Wants To Hear My Ideas About Overstepping Texas Boundaries & So I Obliged Him
Yesterday I voted for Wendy Davis to be the next governor of Texas.
I did not vote for any of the oodles of Republicans on the ballot.
Now, apparently, Greg Abbott wants to hear my ideas for stopping the federal government from overstepping its boundaries.
What does that even mean?
What boundaries does this right wing nut job think the federal government is overstepping?
The boundary between Mexico and the United States? The boundary between Canada and the United States? The boundary between Texas and Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico and Colorado?
The email from Greg Abbott starts off with him telling me that he is opposed to the Bureau of Land Management's claims that a 90,000 acre piece of land along Texas' Red River now belongs to the federal government.
Is that the boundary Abbott thinks the federal government is stepping over?
Three sentences into the email Greg Abbott is telling me that we can't let the federal government swoop into Texas and take land belonging to private citizens.
Did I already mention this guy is a nut job?
Greg Abbott is worrying about the federal government doing some Texas land swooping? Where is his concern regarding the taking of land belonging to private citizens by the antics of fellow Republican Kay Granger and the abuse of eminent domain by the Trinity River Vision Boondoggle?
I guess the federal government did, sort of, enable some Texas land swooping with the TRV Boondoggle, due to Kay Granger securing some pork barrel funding, prior to that practice being halted.
With Kay Granger's pork no longer flowing into Fort Worth hasn't the reason for the TRV Boondoggle hiring professional party planner, J.D. Granger, gone bye bye?
Maybe if J.D. Granger were replaced with a qualified project engineer the TRV Boondoggle might develop some sort of project timeline, with a completion date, while speeding up the current four year time frame to build three simple bridges over dry land.
I seem to have digressed from the Greg Abbott for Governor of Texas subject.
I don't understand why Texans would elect yet one more Republican to be their governor. Four years of George W. Bush, followed by 14 years of Rick Perry.
Did the Texans who used to elect people like Lyndon Baines Johnson, Sam Rayburn, Barbara Jordan, Anne Richards, Lloyd Bentsen leave the state?
When Rome started going nuts it was later learned it was due to lead leaching into the water supply.
Texas has some serious water contamination issues, mostly due to oil and gas drilling. Is it something in the water which has dumbed down the formerly Great State of Texas?