The Magic 8-Ball sez, "It's quite possible, yes."
"We have righted the ship and dealt with what I had considered to have been a hard left turn the state had taken in the years before the Republicans came to majority," Moore said. Issues such as abortion, voting rights, gun laws and same-sex marriage have largely been dealt with and are now off the legislative agenda, he said.
"What I think I'm hearing from the caucus and from the folks out there is they want to see us govern," Moore said. "They want to see the state move forward, show that the changes done can be implemented in an appropriate manner. They want to know that the state can be run like a business, that we can live within our means."
"Hard left turn?" You're kidding, right? If anything, the Dems running the state before the 2010 debacle were moderate to conservative in almost everything they did. Even "Progressive" ideas like the Renewable Energy Portfolio Standard were contaminated with corporate giveaways like Construction Work In Progress (CWIP). And for those of you who have been pleased by McCrory's hints about expanding Medicaid, don't bake a cake yet: