“It’s time to move on,” said state Sen. Larry Taylor, R-Friendswood, an insurance agent. “People either need to make their repairs or get their insurance elsewhere. This is an insurer of last resort, it’s not a charity.”
You might want to read that again “It’s time to move on,” said state Sen. Larry Taylor, R-Friendswood, an insurance agent." Larry Taylor makes money from selling TWIA policies to homeowners in his district.If anyone is getting charity is it Larry Taylor and those paying it are in his very own district.
Taylor continued "Taking money from homeowners in my district doesn't bother me one bit. It is like taking candy from a baby too focused on the mobile above his head instead of me picking their pocket and dating their daughter."
(Actually he didn't say that, but I bet he thought it!)