Little chance of federal budget funds for calderas in state. Gov’t would be OK with that.” — Greg Abbott (@GregAbbott_TX) April 20, 2016
As many Republicans as possible joined with Obama to call on the governor to sign the bill into law.
But Abbott didn’t just let that happen, in a surprising move the Texas Tribune reports. The Texas Republican took the time, and some extra political pressure, to publicly pressure Obama to veto the bill. Abbott went on TV on Wednesday night (April 19) with the GOP gubernatorial candidate to discuss the issue.
He said that the only way to stop the bill is for the president to sign it, and then the federal government would be unable to provide funding for Calderas to grow.
This isn’t the first time that Abbott has been in the news for being too cozy with the federal government. The GOP governo온 카지노r previously vetoed an Obama education spending bill, too. Abbott later tweeted his “personal” disappointment that Obama vetoed legislation that included funding for schools.
“This is just one of those things that comes with being governor. One day, it can go into law, and a month from now there is a bill that will make your 예스 카지노children’s lives better. But one day they can look to our governor as my hero, my personal protector, to defend this law in its current form. So if you don’t agree, then please veto it and the federal government won’t be able to provide Calderas to grow,” Abbott tweeted on Thursday, April 20.
As you can see, Abbott’s tweet, which r골드 카지노eferenced Obama’s decision to veto that legislation, was taken much more seriously than his previous support for the Caldera bill. So we’re going to have to take it a little bit more seriously as the state finds out what the state of Texas thinks.