Missouri Gov. Mike Parson delivers 2024 State of the State Address

Missouri Gov. Mike Parson delivers 2024 State of the State Address

Missouri’s Republican Gov. Mike Parson looked back on past wins in his final State of the State address Wednesday, lauding his achievements after assuming leadership in the chaotic absence of his disgraced predecessor, Eric Greitens. For his final legislative session, Parson, who is barred by term limits from seeking reelection, made relatively modest budget and policy requests of lawmakers.

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  1. @jimokee1 on January 26, 2024 at 9:40 am

    is that pussie parson from back in the day? Hay Mikie Mike.

  2. @amy3458 on January 26, 2024 at 9:46 am

    Has Mike Parson made a stand WITH TEXAS yet?

  3. @fianait on January 26, 2024 at 9:54 am

    Many rural counties lack an animal shelter or animal control network. These counties are becoming overrun with *packs* of roaming, lost, and abandoned dogs and cats.

    I can’t walk outside without the risk of being chased back in by a pack of semi-feral dogs who actually have owners, but when I contacted law enforcement, I was told to put the dogs down myself.

    My Husband, myself, and our dogs have all been bitten, unprovoked, by a few of the cats. There must be dozens at this point.

    And before anyone tells me to talk to the neighbors, I don’t speak Methanese.

    If not for how much small town nepotism allowed the seller to lie about this home, we would sell it and move to another state… where we can actually start a small self-sustainable farm, without our garden areas becoming contaminated with cat feces, where we can walk outside without being chased by aggressive dogs, or bitten by cats, and where we can plant fruit trees without them being immediately destroyed by the neighbor’s starving livestock.

    Did Missouri not get the memo that it belongs to a first world country?

  4. @Notacoolguy1863 on January 26, 2024 at 9:55 am

    Stand with texas!

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