Why It’s Premature To Rule Out Gov. Ige
Attorney General Doug Chin has been strutting like a peacock in public recently, but some are puzzled about his expenditure of so much Trump’s Middle East visa policies, which are not a major local issue.
Congresswoman Colleen Hanabusa’s name always comes up because she’s ambitious and connected to the establishment.
The GOP is threadbare. Conservative state Rep. Bob McDermott, the party’s only announced candidate, is a laugher in this progressive state.
My read is that all this talk that Ige is in trouble is the usual claptrap that makes the social media rounds during any modern- day governor’s term.
Remember t he Scott Walker dust- up i n Wisconsin? He took office in 2011, survived a recall vote in 2012, was hated by all the unions but reelected in 2014, and was defeated in his bid for a presidential nomination. And he’s still the governor.
Dumbest bill ever by our pedestrians caught looking at a mobile device while crossing a street.
What — we’ll detail cops to street corners to nab offenders?
Show me t he accident rate caused by this behavior. overreach by l awmakers with good but misguided intentions.
There’s no excuse for a driver to hit a pedestrian in a crosswalk — a texting one or any other one. And never pass a law that you know is damn near impossible for the police to enforce.
Gov. David Ige, who is up for re-election next year, meets with Japan-America Society of Hawai‘i young ambassadors to the Asian-Pacific Children’s Convention that was held in Fukuoka, Japan. Pictured with Ige are (from left) Kyler Shigemi, Ryan Handa, Taryn Kimura and Yuuka Brown.