Ask and Ye Shall Receive - Hahn Gets the Attention He Deservesby Kyle Michaelis
See the Omaha World-Herald:
The governor would await the task force's report to the Legislature before deciding his next steps.
In other words, Gov. Heineman endorses two more years wasted - two more years of falling behind (report not due until Dec. 2007). Some leadership there after he helped create the problem by signing the public broadband ban in the first place.
And, see the Lincoln Journal-Star:
Standing in the way is “akin to being against roads in the 1920s,” said Hahn.
The more David Hahn is talking about ideas while Dave Heineman is "unavailable for comment" the more voters are going to recognize who's really fit to be leading this state into the second decade of the 21st century.
Heineman may have the "R" by his name, but Hahn has an actual vision for the future. Compared to a first-rate bureaucrat and servant of the status quo such as Heineman, that's all the difference in the world.