Please DO elaborate Madame Governor..

I would like to know if you have read more than three pages of the bill signed into law Governor.  You most certainly have an inside scoop on SOMETHING right? I mean either you believe in the pork fairy or there is a specific part of the bill you feel is going to help the state of Michigan regain a fraction of the Jobs you chased off.  I mean, you make the claim in your congratulatory statement:

“I applaud President Obama for signing the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act into law and for taking bold steps to get our economy back on track,” said Governor Granholm. “This program will provide help for struggling Michigan families and will create over 100,000 new jobs in Michigan, rebuild our state’s infrastructure, and invest in new energy technologies that will reduce our dependence on fossil fuels. Michigan’s economy will get the jumpstart it needs to create jobs for today and tomorrow while providing a safety net for our families during this national economic crisis.”

While we wait for the effects of the package to help get the state back on its feet, maybe you could guide us governor, as to which jobs to fill, and which industries to support?  Please.. we have been waiting to be blown away, and I am sure you have saved the best for the last part of your term…

I’ll get my best champagne, (sparkling apple juice.. watered down of course) and have the celebratory confetti (unpaid bills.. shredded) on standby.

2 comments for “Please DO elaborate Madame Governor..

  1. February 19, 2009 at 9:35 am

    Didn’t you see the big announcement yesterday? They have 1,200 pages worth of free-money requests.

    The Governor is now officially playing the role of that guy on TV who shouts at the camera about how you can “WORK ON YOUR INVENTION!” You know, the guy with all of the goofy suits? Looks like a knock-off of the Riddler?


  2. February 19, 2009 at 3:28 pm

    I say pile it up, dump Texas gas on it, and burn it…all on television

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