Just a quick link to Floyd McKay’s guest column in The Seattle Times: “I-892: Eyman finally gives us something we can unite against“. I have expressed many of the sentiments regarding I-892’s impact on WA’s quality of life… but never quite so eloquently as Floyd.
Eyman has never been shy about dealing the race card, dismissing the “No” campaign’s claim that they represent a broad coalition as “laughable” in light of the fact that nearly all their money comes from the tribes. But this is not just convenient political rhetoric; it says something very important about Tim.
See, for Tim… money is the only thing of value.
But as Floyd points out, I-892 is opposed by an unusual coalition of “conservative Christians and secular liberals.” These are people who don’t always agree on the definition of “family values” — they have come together to oppose I-892 out of the shared belief that our families are more valuable than money.