Tuesday, May 10, 2005

Nothing More To Be Said

You've got to be compelled to read more of an article when you read this:

"There's nothing more that needed to be said; we're right and (Pataki) is wrong," said John McArdle, spokesman for Senate Majority Leader Joseph Bruno, R-Brunswick.

But then you start reading about "dueling constitutional amendments" and it isn't very exciting. Actually somewhat confusing. Is this what reform looks like? What does Paterson think?

"I decided that with all the confusion, what might be the best thing would be to have public feedback on this as soon as possible," Paterson said.

Ok. Our elected officials are confused and they want us to figure it out? Am I going to start getting a per diem?