PHILADELPHIA – Democratic Attorney General Jim Hood mentioned no names, but he accused the state’s Republican leadership of sacrificing the needs for “the least of these” for large tax cuts for out-of-state corporations.
A key cog in that Republican leadership, Lt. Gov Tate Reeves, did not shy away from singling out individuals as he said Wednesday “the longer he (Hood) talked, the more I became convinced the heat had gotten to him. His vision is blurry and he is not making sense.
“Can somebody track Gen. Hood down and keep him hydrated today.”
Hood and Reeves spoke back-to-back mid-morning Wednesday on the first of two days of the annual political speakings at the hot and humid Neshoba County Fair.