Oh, come on. He's kidding right?
Former Gov. John G. Rowland says Gov. M. Jodi Rell, his longtime lieutenant governor, sacrificed him in the name of politics when he became mired in scandal.Oh cry me a river John.
Rowland told The Washington Post for a story in Sunday's editions that Rell "threw me under the bus when it got rough," although he also found fault in himself.
"Jodi acted like we weren't even friends," he said. "But that's politics ... It's about survival ... It's the place for the ego-driven, and that was me ... I still have to watch it.
"You know, I get some applause and I start to get those old feelings," he said. "I have to watch out for that arrogance. You're always in recovery."
In typical Rowland fashion, he's still thinking about himself over the people we swore to serve when he took the oath of office. As I see it, the PEOPLE OF CONNECTICUT are still in recovery from what you did to this state so I'm sure I speak for many when I say that I have no pity for you whatsoever.
...in fact, I'm still amazed that you're out of jail.