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I had originally planned to write this diary yesterday but life interfered and you know what they say about the best laid plans.
Anyway, today I awoke to this piece from Linda Chavez. It’s a good summary, but it glosses over so many of the more important points. Still, in the interests of fairness, I am guessing that Linda Chavez didn’t attend the townhall meeting that she refers to in the piece.
And let me tell you, what I saw was impressive. No, not the glitzy presentations – oh, wait, there wasn’t any glitz, it was all substance – but the fact that everything presented was a piece of carefully constructed, well-oiled machine designed to drive Ohio job growth.
Let me start by highlighting five things I picked up on the night. These were not rolled out in a single slide — these came from various times during the evening.
Now I suspect many RedState readers have already added up these five things and figured out what I believe he’s doing, but I’ll spell it out.
What’s in it for Ohio?
Oh, and did I mention that his long-term plan involves eliminating the income tax? Just couldn’t be managed in the first budget because of the $8 billion hole the previous occupant of the Statehouse left us. (I just can’t bring myself to use the words Governor and the last guy’s name in the same sentence.)
In the end though, this is all about one thing: J-O-B-S. This new administration has a vision to rebuild our state that has been lacking for decades. Ohio, it’s time for a new State Song.
Sing with me:
“Oh-Hi-I-Oh, It’s back to work we go…”