The last time the Governor and General Assembly were at loggerheads about an issue, it was the Goodyear deal. It seemed Governor was going to race in and save us from an egregious use of state dollars to cough up corporate welfare. After veto threats, and what was probably a planned controversy, the General Assembly ended up giving more of our tax dollars to Goodyear than prior to the "controversy." No veto from Gov. Easley.
So if that affair was any precedent, does that mean after the dust is settled we’ll have 10 ft. wide boats? Just wondering.