July 28, 2011 1:33:00 PM
I''m working for the Phil Bryant for Governor campaign because Mississippi needs the right experience and proven leadership in our next Governor. We don''t have to guess what kind of Governor Phil Bryant will be. We know what he has done in the past, and we know what he is capable of doing to move Mississippi forward.
Phil Bryant has a solid record for doing the right things, and he has good ideas for the future. He has stood strong for us over the past four years, cutting taxes six times and making sure our state budget did not follow a slippery slope as many states have experienced. He understands what it takes to attract jobs to Mississippi, and I am convince he is committed to economic development.
With Phil Bryant in the governor''s office, I know we will have someone with conservative values and the highest degree of integrity leading our state. He is ready to go to work with no learning curve necessary when he takes office in January.
These are just a few of the reasons I will support Phil Bryant in the Republican Primary on Aug. 2. I hope you will also cast your vote for him.
The writer is Lowndes County chairman of Phil Bryant for Governor.
hope commented at 7/28/2011 1:54:00 PM:
I know what he hasn't done in the past that he said he would. Do away with the grocery tax and give property owners an extra year after the county made appraisals for tax purposes.
Would you please specify what taxes he has cut 6 times.
jls commented at 7/28/2011 7:24:00 PM:
If, as has been alleged, he has connections to the Tea Party, he won't get my vote until the day the Tombigbee is full of CLEAR water......
hope commented at 8/1/2011 2:43:00 PM:
@Bobby Harper---STILL NO ANSWER ON WHICH TAXES HE CUT 6 TIMES.
Did he or did he not?
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