Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Wallingford's Woodgate 2012

Wallingford.  Woodgate.  2012. One of the most critical issues facing Wallingford in 2012 is the disposal of wood from last years storms.  Woodgate has now been created to waste now even more taxpayers monies in order to satisfy the inquisitive and never satisfied Town Councilor-Mayoral Wanna Be who supposedly represents us.
This crisis of wood has developed due to the wrong dumping apparently of a load of wood during the cleanup after the storms.  I am wondering if the Town Councilor actually realized the magnitude of the amount of clean up after these storms?  I am wondering if he was out there helping homeowners clean up their yards?   Was he at the town compost area inspecting vehicles and directing traffic?
The massive amounts of wood that came down were probably of historical proportions and took a long period of time to clean up.  I still have a large tree that has to be cut up in my back yard.  However why we are wasting taxpayer's monies to investigate this situation is beyond me.  I guess we need to satisfy what seems to be the pressing need to keep one's name in front of the  media and in front of the public at all times whether or not it is worthy of it.
And in my opinion Woodgate is one of these times.  And as a taxpayer I truly resent that one penny of my tax money needs to be spent investigating it.  What happened seems to have been a mistake, the wood was picked up from the house it was dumped at and move on from it.  It is another non event in which the Democrats again hope that they somehow gain political strength from.
Woodgate is a waste of our tax money.  I truly resent it.

Monday, May 21, 2012

The Tired Tax and Spend Policies of Mary Mushinsky

From the 5/19/2012 Record Journal

Mushinsky defended her vote for Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s budget, which raised taxes by $1.8 billion. She said constituents surveyed didn’t want to see cuts to such services as education funding, rental assistance and programs for the elderly. A 20 percent drop in revenue due to the recession meant that increases in taxes were needed to close the state’s budget gap, Mushinsky said.
“We had to balance the budget, and I think we did it in the most efficient way possible,” she said.
It is the usual.  Tax and spend, tax and spend.  Another election in Wallingford and in the 85th State Representative District.  For 32 years now, the taxpayers of the moving 85th District have had to suffer through the economically misguided tax and spend policies of State Representative Mary Mushinsky.  Mercifully it looks like there is light at the end of the tunnel for taxpayers in this district.  Two strong candidates are emerging in the Republican party to challenge and defeat the 32 year incumbent this November.  Representative Mushinsky seems to be proud of all of the economic damage she has helped to inflict upon our community and state in the name of one party rule which rules Hartford.
She has voted for every tax increase she has seen in 32 years including our economic cure all state income tax which has done little to shore up our overspending by the one party rule in Hartford.  She has help to lead Connecticut down the path of economic ruin with excessive tax and spending programs which have forced businesses, taxpayers and our youth to move out of our state.  She and her Democratic party are the problem in our state.  One party rule and rule by irrational economic policies has help to bring the state on to economic chaos.  Just a gentle reminder that nothing has been done to address the $60 to $80 billion dollars worth of unfunded liabilities that the state still has.  Thus we just continue to see tax and spend.  
Remember Representative Mushinsky help to pass the highest tax increase in states history.  She has never voted against a tax increase.  Don't the taxpayers of Wallingford deserve better in November?
Tax and spend, tax and spend.  There is no economic logic in one party rule or by the economically irrational budget that was passed.

Friday, May 11, 2012

What Is Another $180,000 Of Taxpayers Wasted Monies?

When you are one party rule and you waste billions upon billions of dollars what is another $180,000 of taxpayers monies wasted?  I mean the $180,000 I guess was going to create some shovel ready jobs for some Democratic donors for the new and highly needed Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route National Historic Trail website.   I can not think of a more critical project for our one party rule to waste taxpayers monies on than the Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route National Historic Trail website.  How can our state move forward economically without the Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route National Historic Trail website?  How many jobs will be loss if the Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route National Historic Trail website is not created for $180,000.  I applaud Wallingford Candidate for State Representative Greg Bachand for saving taxpayers a mere $179,940.95 by being able to create the same Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route National Historic Trail website at a cost of $59.05.  Bachand has highlighted the economic debacle and economic illiteracy of what one party rule does to our state.  Why must we waste taxpayer’s monies on this Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route National Historic Trail website?  How many more of these ridiculous projects has one party rule passed in this budget?  At the same time with the highest tax increase is state's history, still more budget deficits and every type of socially liberal bill passing and enacted to harm our quality of life here in Connecticut. I can not think of a more critical project for our one party rule to waste taxpayers monies on than the Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route National Historic Trail website. It really says it all of one party rule in Connecticut.  Keep up the good work Mr. Bachand-I hope you represent us come November.

Wednesday, May 02, 2012

Here Are The Real 2012 Facts Of One Party Rule For Connecticut

The Democrats will soon be in full force trying to run their reelection campaigns based upon some Utopian views of how well Connecticut is doing with their one party rule.
Here are the facts so you the voters can decide:
1. The highest tax increase in state's history retroactive to 1/1/11 helped now to create a $260 million and rising  budget deficit which was not addressed in this legislative session.
2. What was addressed was a repeal of the death penalty which a majority of state residents still favor keeping as law.
3. A unionization of all home health care workers.
4. An economically irrational anti gouging bill for businesses (apparently state government is allowed to gouge taxpayers in any way they see fit) which in no way can be enforced.
5. A $343,000 grant to a New Haven organization which embraces and has Communist ties which struck from a bonding bill (we are waiting to see how this will be circumvented and be bonded).
6. The House passes an increase in the Minimum Wage increase to further strain and increase business costs and prices of goods in our state.
7. The 3rd highest taxed state in our country.
8. The state is now ranked 44th in Business friendliness, another drop since last year.
9. Still again no education reform due to excessive union influence.
To me the list is endless.  On and on and on.
By all means if you appreciate this tyranny and economic illiteracy keep voting for one party rule.
If you had enough please vote for new candidates in November.