“As I stated yesterday on Face the Nation, this rules package is the most open, fair and fiscally conservative package we’ve seen in 30 years. At the end of the day I’m always going to do what’s best for the Lowcountry, our state and nation; but I do want to make a serious point about the entire constitutional process.
We spent 4 days holding up the Speaker vote to get one change on the motion to vacate as part of the rules package. And now there are rumors of backroom deals which may have been cut with a handful of members. If it’s not ok for the far left to cut deals in secret then why is it ok for a few on the far right to cut deals in secret? And at what point do we say we’re going to be better than the last guy? More transparency, more accountability and more policy would go a long way to restoring trust in our Constitutional processes and restoring trust with the American people – and NO BACKROOM DEALS. Period.”
Cypress Gardens to Host 2nd Annual Screening of “The Notebook” in April
On the Reel Locations, a film screening event company, will host their 2nd Annual screening of The Notebook at Cypress...