by Darryl, 02/01/2013, 9:00 AM

Sen. Rodney Tom (faux D-48) is all about “bipartisan coalitions.” This lede suggests he has been quite an inspiration:

GOP and Democrats unite to fight Rodney Tom’s plan to erase parents’ ability to save for state college tuition through a state program. But the House effort carries a price tag.

I think Sen. Tom has a future filled with such coalitions….

7 Responses to “Rodney Tom’s bipartison coalition”

1. Roger Rabbit spews:

Now that Tom’s constituents have seen his true colors, let us hope his current term of office will be his last.

2. No Time for Fascists spews:

If the republican legislators don’t value education, what do they value, that they want spend state money on? What IS important?

Are they perfectly willing to be come the next Louisiana if that would mean they didn’t have to fund anything?

3. Steve spews:

“Are they perfectly willing to be come the next Louisiana if that would mean they didn’t have to fund anything?”

Yes.

4. YLB spews:

The right wing loves backwaters.. Look at Spain under Franco or any other tinpot fascist dicatorship..

They’re all the same.. A few at the top own and control almost everything.. Bloated military and police state apparatus. Widespread poverty.. Tiny middle class in thrall to the status quo.

That’s what the baggers want.

5. ArtFart spews:

Hell, if you want to see a “run” on redemption of GET units, the most sure-fire way to do so is put out the word that the program’s under the axe.

6. ArtFart spews:

@2 I hereby predict the increasing popularity of Zydeco music in these parts.

7. Angelus Novus spews:

re 6: I’ve seen Rockin’ Dopsey and the Zydeco Kings a time or two and I guarantee you it’s a better time than,say, attending a concert of the mucho self-important prog rockers, Yes.