#ncga You SIR, have been OVER-ridden!

monkThose scaredy-cats just don’t give up, do they? 

The state Senate has overridden Gov. Pat’s veto of H405 — The Property Protection Act.  Opponents — including the guv — attacked it as limiting whistleblowers.  Proponents said it was necessary to help protect employers from espionage and sabotage by various activists and interest groups.

The House joined the Senate in the override of H405.    Things are still looking a little iffy in the House about completing the override of McCrory’s veto on the bill giving magistrates a religious exemption on gay marriage.  One well-placed House mole tells me: pat worried

“They still don’t have the votes.  They are hoping to move when Democrat attendance is down so it takes fewer votes to override the veto.”

Another House mole expressed his frustration on a related matter:

“Your readers in Mecklenburg County need to take special note of Charles Jeter. Not exactly a profile in courage.  This guy promises in caucus that he’s on board to vote to override the governor’s veto.  Then, when it comes time to vote, you can’t find him.  Literally.”

2 thoughts on “#ncga You SIR, have been OVER-ridden!

  1. Charles Jeter is one of the biggest problems in the state house for two reasons.
    1) He is not a conservative and never has been. He’s from a purple district and he votes that way.
    2) He is in charge of the Republican House caucus, which means he’s in charge of the campaign money. He will pour money in to his own race and hurt other good republicans chances of getting elected.

    1. Jeter decided to take in a liberal Democrat, Paul Tine, as a roommate. Tine is now a liberal Unaffiliated.

      Jeter is also a full fledged Obama Republican and a Solyndra Republican, and has been since at least the last legislative session. He was one of the leftwing five Republicans who killed Mike Hager’s bill to end the renewable energy mandates last session, and has also fought hard for the Obama position this session. Jeter is on the receiving end of special interest crony capitalist green energy campaign money.

      With Jeter in charge of handing out NC House campaign money, I can see why those two major GOP contributors did a runner. No conservative in their right mind would give money with him in charge. That word needs to get out among more conservatives.

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