His guffaws are numerous, but when all is said and done, he’s got the best boots.I'm a boot guy myself, but what on Earth does that have to do with being Governor?
Little old ladies adore him when he comes and speaks to their clubs, and they trust him on a level that is more meaningful than their adoration of his gorgeous gray locks.I don't even know what to say about this, other than it is very odd. Are we voting for Governor? Or who would win the male beauty pageant at the nursing home?
We think Bryant is the one candidate who is uniquely positioned to be a coalition builder.Really? Was the author of this around during the redistricting mess? Bryant couldn't even keep his own party together.
Politics is the art of compromise and there has been far too little of that in the last eight years. We need to work together to move this state forward.Wait a minute...Who has been in charge of the Senate for the last 4 years?
Barbour, a Republican, and Speaker of the House Billy McCoy, a Democrat, are, effectively, gone. Both did what they felt was best for the state, but they were more in to one-upsmanship than statesmanship. Barbour is going to tout all of his accomplishments as governor and Republicans are forever going to be looking back on the “the good-old days of Haley B.” But let’s look at the facts.Again, who was in charge of the Senate for the last 4 years?
Mississippi was ranked at the bottom of every economic, education, and healthcare chart in the nation when he took over.
We are still there, and as this publication has pointed out, in some areas we are further down the list than where we started.
The MBJ is a good publication. They provide in-depth coverage of issues rarely found in the traditional media. But the way the endorsement of Phil Bryant was written makes me wonder if it was actually a joke. Considering the lack of affection from "business Republicans" towards Phil Bryant, it just might have been.