Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Where Is Connecticut Headed?

Where is Connecticut headed? What path is being taken given the upcoming election? It seems like the Democrats here in our state are taking credit for a supposed robust economy in which spending has been cut to the bare bones, unfunded liabilities have all been accounted for and jobs are plentiful. In their Utopian state, excessive wasteful patronage spending does not exist, our young fight to stay in state and our tax rate is one of the lowest in the country. Their lies are comical. Just listen to their candidate for Secretary of State Denise Merrill and her irresponsible fiscal rhetoric about what her party has done in past years. Or listen to their ultra liberal tax and spend candidates for Governor who are now supposed fiscal conservatives-there is not a dimes worth of difference between Lamont and Malloy-both are equally unqualified to serve. How many Democratic Representatives and Senators are running away from their votes to increase spending and taxes year in and year out at the time of election? Connecticut is headed to further fiscal and economic turmoil and ineptness with continual votes for Democrats in office in Hartford. We can not afford economically the failed fiscal policies of the Democratic party in our state any longer.
We need private sector jobs, lower taxes, lower state spending, economic growth and real leadership.
In 2010 we need to vote Republican for real change in Hartford.

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