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By saying from the outset that they refused to accept any cuts in spending to make up for the $167 million Medicaid budget gap, who exactly was it saying “it’s my way or the highway?”
Adkins lashed out at Senate leaders, saying their demands for responsible budgeting “makes a mockery of the system.”
Since when are Senate leaders, by demanding that a governor who failed to produce the savings he promised already now decide on cuts, making a mockery of the system?
Since when does $38.5 million cuts for education make “a mockery of the system” when local school districts have had a windfall of stimulus funding and now have more than $700 million in local contingency funds.
Since when does a request for a 2.26 percent worth of across-the-board cuts make “a mockery of the system” when most Kentucky families have had to tighten their belts a lot more?
Before they even saw the Senate’s responsible proposal, Adkins and the rest of the good-ole-boys known as House leaders rejected it outright.
Now, who exactly is it that we should give Adkins’ advice to: “When you don’t get your way, you don’t pick up your ball and go home?”