Oh, how clever.
I don’t want to sound too cynical, but the actions of Georgia’s government often makes that impossible.
A couple of years ago, leading up to the gubernatorial election, then-Gov. Sonny Perdue toured the state bragging about what he claimed were vast improvements in the state’s high school graduation rate under his leadership.
Among other things, his claim was intended as an indictment of graduation rates under his predecessor, Roy Barnes, who just happened to be running again against Perdue’s preferred successor, Nathan Deal.