What part of this article makes you think Hagan is "cheerleading" this thing? He gave some information as a member of the commission, but he didn't seem to inject his opinion. He may fully support it for all I know, but I couldn't tell based on this article. Have you heard him say something that wasn't covered here?
if it sounds like it's too good to be true ................
You know something is slightly off when David Hagan is cheerleading to grease the skids for a "company to be named later" to use up to $10 million in taxpayer-backed bonds. I also like the criteria for selection of the unknown company to include "will not go bankrupt soon."
You know that sounded vaguely similar to one of those Nigerian “phishing” e-mails that you get every once in a while. You know the ones that want your bank account information so they can deposit your share of someone’s “inheritance” so they can get the money out of their country – and oh yeah keep this a secret or the deal is off.
Say what ???