Silence is golden. It is peaceful. Especially if you are bankrupt. Our state government in my economic opinion is economically and morally bankrupt. Long term debt keep rising and it seems to most taxpayers that the bulk of Connecticut's budget goes to salaries, benefits and pensions. Roads are in disrepair, bridges crumbling, judges receive full pensions after three years of work, corporate welfare is rampant, the list seems endless as to Connecticut's economic demise. And Dannel Malloy and Hartford's Omnipotent One Party Rule seem completely oblivious to the economic ruin and demise they have created in Connecticut during their reign.
We are bankrupt in our state. We continue to push off the real economic issues of excessive state spending that is non productive and basically is spent nurturing a ruling elite that enjoys at taxpayers expense high wages, great benefits and fully funded pensions that no longer exist in private industry.
We are bankrupt in our state. Taxpayers continue to move out and businesses have no reason to move to Connecticut. We are last in many economic categories. It is pathetic to see this happening.
The state Republicans have put forth a budget that actually examines the issues of state spending and more importantly looks at salaries, benefits and pensions for state employees. But to me it is only a starting point to reconnect economic reality to our bloated state government.
Silence is golden-the Republicans have made the first move. Too bad Dannel Malloy and Hartford's Omnipotent One Party Rule can not govern nor put forth a real state budget. The economic crisis here is real and taxpayers have had enough.
Dannel Malloy and Hartford's Omnipotent One Party Rule silence is deafening to taxpayers-those who remain.