CHANNEL 13 investigative reporter Sandra Chapman finds Indiana state agencies pay $1.8 million in late-payment fees for last year, up from $1 million the year before. Chapman asks worst-offending agencies for comment, is turned down. Chapman asks state audior for comment, is turned down, and directed to governor's office. She asks the governor's office for an interview, is turned down. Finds the Guv at a statehouse function, and asks him for comment. The fun begins around 4:48.
Note that this is the guy many Republicans wish was running instead of the animated corpse of Mitt Romney. Note that his reputation rests on his economic Big Brainedness; here a million taxpayer dollars is small potatoes. (It's $1.8 mil, Shorty; one mil was last time. Maybe that's the start of the problem.)
Note, too, that some part of this hissy fit is generated because Chapman didn't get an official interview granted, and presumes to point a microphone at the Great Man and ask a question that isn't flattering, or a puffball served underhand.
Note that this is the Mitch Daniels we saw in Indiana for his first six months in office, before his handlers spirited him away and put an end to extemporaneous displays.