Some thoughts for Thursday on Connecticut.
Can this be the year that Connecticut's oppressive economic and political climate changes?
Can this be the year that some new thoughts are developed to move Connecticut's economy forward rather than the usual higher taxes and elite corporate welfare/campaign donation scenarios?
Can this be the year that Connecticut actually addresses its bloated state spending?
Can this be the year that Connecticut addresses finally its massive long term unfunded debt and liabilities?
Can this be the year that Connecticut seeks a new workfare/welfare system that empowers those who are truly in need with the skills necessary to be productive again?
Can this be the year that Connecticut has a full accounting of its business/corporate welfare programs to see who if any has actually paid back their low cost/no cost loans and what is the actual costs of these programs to state taxpayer's?
Can this be the year that Connecticut actually has a full audit of its spending showing taxpayers how many state spending programs are no longer counted in the state budget and what are the true costs and debts to taxpayers?
Can this be the year that Connecticut actually ends Hartford's Omnipotent One Party Rule?
Or will this be just another year for Connecticut to follow its continuing path of economic ruin, excessive state spending, higher taxes, and even more people fleeing the state to escape the turmoil of
Hartford's Omnipotent One Party Rule?
Some of my thoughts for Thursday on Connecticut.