Top 10 Worst Governors in America in 2015nate_dogg_360
The Top Ten
The main reason he approved poisoned water for Flint was to save money he could use as a tax break for corporations and wealthy people. The fact that he hasn't been arrested yet is criminal in itself.
This scumbag poisoned an entire city. That alone guarantees him a spot at the top of this list.
Hurray for an entire state utterly collapsing and its citizens being crushed with misery and no revenue to fix it!
His hardline stance against out of control public employee unions was admirable, and many other states should follow suit.V 1 Comment
He had a total disregard for what was best for Pennsylvania. He was concerned mostly by rewarding political contributors. His political flunky appointees were abysmal.
Would make a good President, I hope he wins the nomination.
His plot to steal Northern California water and send it to Southern California so that movie stars can fill their swimming pools and hose off their driveways during a severe drought would land him in prison in any other state.
"The Train to Nowhere" is the worst boondoggle in the history of the USA, with luck the public is realizing how many lies Jerry Brown told about it, and how much money has and will be wasted for something nobody will use.
"Governor Moonbeam" is his well-earned nickname, this guy is flat out of his mind.
So far to the left liberal that he makes Vladimir Lenin look like a moderate centrist.
All he cares about is making Mexicans look like the smartest people on earth and destroying our public school system. Now I wish that palladino and astorino won.
Classic brainwashed looney liberal.
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2. Rick Snyder (R-MI)
3. Bobby Jindal (R-LA)
2. Rick Scott (R-FL)
3. Nathan Deal (R-GA)
2. Rick Snyder (R-MI)
3. Scott Walker (R-WI)