Jackson gave the Democratic response to the governors promised veto of the biennial budget, which was delivered Thursday during a State House rally.
“If I get a little upset with Troy Jackson, who sits up in Aroostook County and does nothing for Maine people, look, this man this year tried to take my pension away, tried to sell the Blaine House, then he realized he didnt own it, thats the kind of guy he is. Lets get beyond that and bring me someone that really wants to talk,” LePage said. “People like Troy Jackson, they ought to go back into the woods and cut trees and let someone with a brain come down here and do some good work.”
“someone with a brain come down here and do some good work.
How confidently arrogant of you to suggest that liberals for one have a brain and then to suggest they do good work with it.