Thursday, June 01, 2006

Um, yeah, about that...

Lt. Gov. Lucy Baxley said Wednesday that Gov. Bob Riley should wait until after November's general election to decide whether to veto a proposed liquefied natural gas terminal off Dauphin Island.

It sounds nice in theory, but there's one tiny little problem with that idea: Riley must decide by June 11 or he forfeits any right to object. Taking full advantage of Baxley's temporal blunder, Riley said he's sure she's trying to help, but "[s]he needs to understand that she doesn't understand what she's talking about." Ouch.


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