It will go up here at BizzyBlog on Tuesday (link won’t work until then) after the blackout expires.
PJM’s subheadline: “An apparent change in the governor’s attitude (or one he kept concealed from voters in 2010) threatens the state’s progress.”
The change, while unemployment remains at an unacceptable 9.3% (as of December) is the idea of raising taxes by $1.4 billion in a combination of vehicle registration fees (up 67%) and gas taxes (to the highest level in the country).
Naturally, Rick Snyder has endorsed Mitt Romney, who I expect won’t say a word to Snyder about the ruinous effect of the proposed hikes.
Michigan primary voters, please take note. There’s another Rick on the presidential ballot — Rick Santorum — who’s a far better choice.