Perhaps he ate a bowl of Cold Stone Creamery's Vanilla Lite late at night and couldn't get to sleep. Maybe he had a childhood crush on Betsy Ross. We don't know. Whatever the reason, Governor Doug Ducey went presidential at 2 a.m. on July 2, tweeting a shitstorm. He got all red, white, and blue over Nike's decision to pull a pair of shoes featuring an early American flag with 13 stars after former National Football League quarterback-turned-activist Colin Kaepernick complained about the colonial design's connection to an era of slavery. By the time the governor's six-minute Twitter tirade was done, Ducey had instructed the state to withdraw a $1 million grant to the company to build a factory in Glendale. Oops. That factory will employ 500 people. Many likely will be voters. My bad, Ducey said only nine days later. "This is good news for Arizona and for @GoodyearAZGov. 500 plus jobs. Over $184 million in capital investment. Arizona is open for business, and we welcome @Nike to our state," Ducey tweeted at a more reasonable hour on July 11. If the flip-flop fits, wear it.