It’s Time for the NC Legislature to Cut Off Salaries for Roy Cooper’s Cabinet…

Excerpt From: Carolina Partnership for Reform. Written By: Bob Harris.

A suggestion: The legislature should cut off salary money for Governor Cooper’s ghost cabinet secretaries.

And we mean ghost secretaries because, according to Roy Cooper, they haven’t yet been appointed.

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Cooper is fighting tooth and nail to keep his cabinet secretaries out of the Senate confirmation room. Larry Hall no-showed again today, for the third time. And the governor and his left-wing parrots have resorted to a bizarre argument: Sitting cabinet secretaries haven’t really been nominated.

Huh?

These cabinet secretaries – a term Cooper uses to describe them –have taken the oath of office and assumed their new titles. Oh, and they’re collecting big cabinet-level salaries too, which state law says the governor sets for his “officers.”

Cooper can’t have it both ways. Either his cabinet is his cabinet, or it is yet to be nominated. If he’s sincere that it’s the latter, then taxpayers shouldn’t be on the hook for six-figure compensation.

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