Obama Learns the Wrong Lesson From Governors
1:04 PM, Feb 22, 2010 • By MARY KATHARINE HAM
Obama to the Governors Ball: “One of the things I’ve always said about governors that Washington could learn from," Obama said, “is that it’s hard to be overly ideological as governor because the fact of the matter is, the rubber hits the road with you.”
The advantages of printing money.
Another thing about governors that Washington could learn from, as noted by Mitch McConnell on Fox News Sunday, is that it's hard to be overreaching as governor because the fact of the matter is, governors can't borrow "money from our grandchildren to send it down to them to make their employment situation with state employees less severe."
Also, it's worth repeating McConnell's zinger on the stimulus: "You know, Tiger Woods and John Edwards had a better year than the stimulus did."