You’ll also remember that Gov. Deal didn’t have a job description for Chip at that time. He couldn’t say precisely what Chip Rogers would do at GPB.
But Gov. Deal was sure Chip would do a swell job at something to earn his $150,000 taxpayer-funded salary.
You’ll also remember that what little Gov. Deal did tell us about the job he created for Chip Rogers was that it would be “a statewide weekly radio program examining current economic development trends and highlighting companies that are growing and creating jobs.”
Well, a funny thing has happened since.
Chip Rogers started his taxpayer-funded job [fergcorp_cdt_single date=”Sun, 20 Jan 2013 00:00:00 UTC”]. But he hasn’t broadcast his new radio program once, much less weekly.
He’s already been paid more than $50,000 from the taxpayers’ pocket but hasn’t managed to do the one thing he was hired to do.
We thought we would lend a hand.
We created a series of radio shows that highlight Chip Rogers’ own economic development track record:
Gov. Deal recently gave some good advice about a government that doesn’t listen to voters:
“I think too often when government oversteps its bounds, somebody simply resigns or somebody’s hand is slapped with the hope that maybe the public would forget about it,” Gov. Deal said.
In Gov. Deal’s administration, he doesn’t even ask for a resignation. He doesn’t slap anyone’s hands.
Tell Gov. Deal that we’re on to him.
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