Gov. Pat McCrory could have gone a couple of ways with his widely-anticipated State of the State speech last week.
He could have laid out a compelling vision for the future of North Carolina and in the process answered questions about which McCrory is actually governor, the moderate mayor of Charlotte or the far-right campaigner who bellowed anti-government rhetoric at tea party rallies.
But flowery oratory is not McCrory’s style so it’s not surprising he didn’t choose that option.
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