The Inky Gulf
Thursday, March 09, 2006 :::
Well, our betters in the Senate wish to inform us that, no, the differences between themselves and the House is more like a "vast inky gulf".
John Chichester certainly has a way with words.
"We'll listen to anything they propose," Chichester said. But the Senate simply can't abide using the General Fund as a source of dedicated transportation funding.
I suggest the Senate would listen to anything the House might propose, so long as it is phrased in rhymed couplets or in the form of a Zen koan.
What is the sound of one House clapping?
::: posted by Norman Leahy at 3/09/2006