Ultra liberalism is alive and well in the Hartford one party rule called state government. It seems that it is just one thing after another which is quickly making up my mind to move out of the state as soon as I can.
Besides the lawlessness of the repeal of the state death penalty, a forced increase in the minimum wage or the highest tax increase in state's history (which is helping to create a massive state budget deficit) pick any current topic and our liberal government continues its force feeding of its economic illiterate theories and processes.
You can choose to call it what you like but the Democrats one party rule in Hartford is creating an economic hemorrhage in which it will be difficult to come out of in either the short or long run.
The end of this do nothing legislative session is May 9th. Nothing has been done to address the budget deficit nor apparently before Malloy will have to call a special session at the cost of $10,000 a day of taxpayers monies. Again what a waste of taxpayers monies all due to the economically illiterate one party rule of Hartford.
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
Ultra liberalism. It defines Connecticut. One party rule, high minimum wages, high welfare benefits, excessively high business taxes, excessively high personal taxes, an archaic highway system, and now the end of the death penalty.
Why? Is repealing the death penalty the most critical issue in Connecticut in 2012? Apparently to our do nothing Legislature and Governor it is. Again why should we repeal this law?
The death penalty is a deterrent to crime especially violent murder. Violent murders as in the Petit family. However, by repealing this law we are repealing a safeguard to violent crimes in our state. We are stating that no matter how brutal the crime may be, you the criminal will be rewarded with your life. The lives that you may have murdered are disregarded. The murdered have lost theirs and apparently have no rights in Connecticut's Judicial System. You as the criminal will be afforded all of the rights in the world and at Connecticut taxpayers expense.
This is the true meaning of the repeal of this law.
I wonder if the law would have been repealed if an ultra liberal Democrat's family was murdered?
Yes the death penalty will be repealed over the voices of the innocent victims of crime in our society. And the death of many innocent people will now follow our ultra liberal Democratic state of disregard. A disregard for the people who live here and who are forced to support this debacle of government. Sort of like socialism if you ask me.
Tuesday, April 03, 2012
We know it is election time in Connecticut's Third Congressional District. Our Representative for life, tax and spend Rosa DeLauro has now placed her economic footprint on Representative Paul Ryan's budget which was passed by the House. Ryan's budget amazingly enough calls for gasp! cuts in spending! And tries to address our never ending National Debt. A National Debt which has grown from the constant spending laws that have been passed by our Representative for life in her unlimited years in power. DeLauro obviously can not handle any cuts in spending especially social welfare spending, which is in my economic opinion completely out-of-control. She saw some good press on Ryan's attempt to rework the massive failed social welfare programs of our federal government in particular food stamps.
From the 4/3/12 New Haven Register, DeLauro said food stamps actually help to grow the economy. She cited a Moody’s report that food stamps generate $1.73 in economic activity for every dollar spent “because people spend the money right away; it generates a multiplier effect in local communities.”
How in economic terms can taxpayer deficit funded food stamps help stimulate the economy? It is a permanent transfer of wealth which ultimately does not provide those people who need the help with any long term skills in getting themselves off of social welfare programs. Are all food stamps actually spent the way they should be spent? Thus one must assume there is no fraud with regards to any social welfare spending program in our government. Truly amazing.
We have spent trillions upon trillions of taxpayers dollars to combat the war on poverty which in my economic opinion have little result other than creating the bloated welfare bureaucracy that entraps so many on welfare in 2012. And for some it helps create welfare as a way of life.
It is truly a waste of taxpayers monies. I continue to applaud Representative Ryan for having the guts to actually address the wastes and fraud of our federal budget and in particular the National Debt. Our Representative for life (who we can only hope to be replaced in November) continues to pave the taxpayer's road to economic ruin with her misguided and failed economic thoughts. Enough is enough.