State Representative Robin Vos has offered a plan to fund KRM. In a nutshell, the plan would put the decision in the hands of voters, via referendum.
The Journal Times editorial board suggests that Vos' move "hardly qualifies as leadership."
Now suppose that Robin Vos, elected as a fiscal conservative, decided to ignore the constituents who elected him, abandon his convictions, cozy up to special interests, and more or less disenfranchise those folks who believe that KRM will be a big mistake? Now would that make him a leader in the eyes of the JT? You bet it would.
Let's face it. If you are a fiscal conservative, the JT will never consider you a leader.