Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval is the newly appointed vice chair of the National Governors Association Health and Homeland Security Committee. This is a reward for his performance a the Republican National Convention
“Like Republican governors all across this nation,” Sandoval said. “I chose to make the tough decisions.”
Does he mean decisions like voiding battling both the state’s employee and teachers unions, unlike Ohio, New Jersey and Wisconsin’s Governor or continuing to lay the ground work for ObamaCare, something neither governor in Florida or Texas are doing?
Then there was this from the former federal judge, “So I stepped down from a lifetime appointment to make a difference.”
Sandoval told the Reno Gazette-Journal, as he announced his 2009 candidacy for Nevada governor, that he had become increasingly concerned about how the state was being run and he “decided to act on my concern.”
That’s a big difference.