You can’t have a Road Map without the occasional road kill. Gov. Brownback's Road Map reminds us of the 80-year-old grandmother who is weaving down the highway, oblivious to the carnage she’s leaving in her wake. Gov. Brownback wants to sell us Road Map 2.0 - just don’t look in the rear view mirror. Exactly who is supposed to be attracted by this map? The average Kansan is more concerned about keeping their schools open, finding affordable care for their aging parents, making sure their kids have enough to eat and making sure highways and roads are in good shape. Sorry, but bringing an overseas company to Kansas so they can enjoy tax-free living just doesn’t connect.
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