I am curious as to what the breaking point may be for Connecticut Businesses and Taxpayers?
We have sat through a laughable five plus years of pure Connecticut Democrat Party rule in so many ways. These debacles include massive tax increases, massive taxes, massive budget deficits, businesses moving out of state, taxpayers moving out of state, young graduates moving out of state, a poor transportation infrastructure, high workers compensation costs, high local property taxes, unfunded state mandates on cities and towns, one of the highest state employee pension and benefits system in the country, near last in most economic development categories, no debate on a $40 billion dollar spending package and budget, massive long term unfunded liabilities, etc. , etc.
To me the list is endless. Connecticut has been brought to its knees by the illogical and irrational Connecticut Democrat Party rule. Will it ever end?
The local elections here in Connecticut should and will be a referendum on the poor Connecticut Democrat Party rule we have had for many years now. Look at Bridgeport. Look at Hartford. Look at New London. It is comical to think that businesses, voters and taxpayers in these communities continue to accept any type of Democrat Party representation at all. Why continue to vote for the failed economic policies of the Connecticut Democrat Party rule at a local level? Why vote Democrat at all? For higher taxes? For higher deficits? For more lawlessness? Why?
I am curious as to what the breaking point may be for Connecticut Businesses and Taxpayers? Are we not beyond the breaking point for Connecticut?