by Patrick Appel

Reihan calls Charlie Crist " one of the worst governors in the United States, if not the absolute worst":

Rather than see federal stimulus funds as a one-time injection that could spare the state pro-cyclical cuts while creating room for a long-term plan to reduce the size of state government in line with revenues, he seemed to think that it gave him an opportunity to permanently ratchet up spending while also cutting taxes. No wonder he embraced the president.

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