Janis Continues to Criticize Kaine
Just last week, Del. William R. Janis (R-Goochland) criticized Gov. Timothy M. Kaine (D) for spending too much time on Sen. Barack Obama's (D-Ill.) presidential campaign, which included traveling to Texas to speak on his behalf at a Democratic party convention.
Today, Janis was one of the legislators picked by House Speaker William J. Howell to escort Kaine into the House chamber for his speech to the General Assembly on transportation.
"Are you sure he's not in Texas?'' Janis said as he left the House floor to meet Kaine.
Later in the afternoon, Janis was still talking about Kaine's political aspirations and his failure to reach a transportation agreement among legislators.
Janis estimates Kaine has spent "over 19 days (this year) jetting around the country with Barack Obama, but only fifteen hours over 10 days promoting his transportation plan."
Kaine, a national co-chairman of Obama's campaign and a potential vice presidential candidate, campaigns for Obama, mostly on the weekends.
June 23, 2008; 4:36 PM ET
Categories: Anita Kumar , General Assembly 2008 , Timothy M. Kaine , Transportation
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