With great fanfare and much hope the Republican majority in both houses of the state legislature began its work a few short weeks ago. And now? What do they have to show for it? What do they have to put before those of us who got them there?
"The people who voted for Republicans thinking something would happen will be quite disappointed," said Del. Bob Marshall ..."
There are those in the Commonwealth who wear the Republican tag on their chests. Proudly, when the time is right. And, in opportune moments, they even call themselves conservatives.
But when the rubber meets the road, they're no different from all the damn Democrats in Richmond.
So what good are they?
And what's up with Sen. Harry Blevins abstention in that critical hour?