Hypocrite? Who, me? Republicans take Opposite Side of Their Usual Table-Pounding Points for Larger Agenda
Once this session of the Tennessee legislature is over, many Republicans will need to see a chiropractor.
The state's majority party members will need to be re-aligned, because they are turning into hypocrite pretzels as they twist and contort their usual talking points into legislation that fits a larger agenda.
Causing these awkward positions are the new charter schools panel bill and the vouchers-for-private school bill, which are moving right along through House and Senate committees.