Deal came in a corrupt, bankrupt crook. He will as a corrupt, bankrupt crook. Hopefully with jail time. However we live in a very Honey Boo Boo Republican voting state where one only has be a RINO can win, regardless of personal transgressions including those in the financial area.
Deals a crook.
first let me say im not a deal fan, but i looked at page you posted and the document they clam proves it. but it is not signed. any one could have made it up and posted it.
I agree-- but he has too many ethic issues on the table to continue governing. His biggest mistake was cutting funding designated for education.
What’s Nathan Deal done, exactly? Enough to warrant the No. 1 spot in “The Worst Governors in America,” a 2013 report from Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington. The report explains the list as follows:
Power corrupts, everyone always. Man should not be allowed to stay in power long. Nathan Deal is a prime example of this. He is a career politician who has no problem enacting legislation but a big problem following it.
See I have an issue with career politicians no matter what party they are part of.
Most of the founding fathers had multiple occupations.
my suggestion to Deal is the same my dad would say when kids are getting in trouble "get a job bum"
and politics is not a job.
"What’s Nathan Deal done, exactly?"
Since you asked: According to the site run by Project VoteSmart - a "research center located high in the Montana Rockies and far from the partisan influences of Washington," here's some of what Deal has done exactly:
*CNBC Ranks Georgia No. 1 State in U.S. for Business
*Georgia Named No. 1 Most Competitive State in Nation
*New Georgia Budget Includes Half a Billion Dollars In K-12 Education
"Gov. Nathan Deal today signed into law the Fiscal Year 2015 budget, which takes effect upon the start of the fiscal year on July 1 and includes the largest single year increase in k-12 funding in seven years. The FY 2015 budget expects the economic growth Georgia has seen since emerging from the Great Recession to accelerate and includes an estimated revenue increase of 3 percent, or $602.5 million, over the Amended FY 2014 budget. This marks the fourth year in a row the governor has successfully and conservatively balanced the state's budget without raising taxes and while providing for long-term strategic investments necessary to keep Georgia competitive in the global economy."
*Gov. Nathan Deal and the Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning (DECAL) announce the launch of additional financial support for Georgia's early childhood educators to enhance their credentials through three new programs.
*Deal Prevents Increase in Gas Tax, Providing Relief to Taxpayers
*Deal Signs Bill Increasing Rural Health Care Providers
For an entire laundry list of Deal's "accomplishments," see: