Wednesday, April 19, 2006

Mark Green and the Video Games

There has been a lot of chatter following Mark Green's Tax Day speech. The irony of a man who has voted for three of the last four bloated Federal budgets calling for fiscal restraint has not been lost on the Cheddarsphere or the MSM.

Let's take a look at some of the reactions.

Walton uses a personal analogy to explain the deficiencies of Green's support of a revenue limiting amendment.

WISC had a Reality Check that showed Green's speech wasn't exactly honest or forthright.

Xoff says that the MJS gives Green a pass. Carrie says that WSJ did the same.

Owen answers my question about Green's record by saying that Mark was just going along to get along and that we should take his word that he won't do it anymore.

Paul has dissected Green's assertions in a pair of posts that look to be part of a Summer long series.

As long as Mark Green is running against his record and his supporters keep saying we should just try to believe a little harder I think it'll be a fun Summer.

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