Thursday, November 24, 2016

Have a Happy and Blessed Thanksgiving.

To all of my loyal readers:
Have a Happy and Blessed Thanksgiving.
We will Take Back Connecticut in 2018, rest assured.
I leave you with this powerful Psalm today.
Psalm 145:1-7
I will exalt you, my God the King; I will praise your name for ever and ever. Every day I will praise you and extol your name for ever and ever. Great is the Lord and most worthy of praise; his greatness no one can fathom. One generation commends your works to another; they tell of your mighty acts. They speak of the glorious splendor of your majesty—and I will meditate on your wonderful works. They tell of the power of your awesome works—and I will proclaim your great deeds. They will celebrate your abundant goodness and joyfully sing of your righteousness.

Saturday, November 19, 2016

$129,065.28 State Pension. Not Bad When You Are Broke.

William Cibes was a public employee for many years being supported by Connecticut Taxpayers.  Connecticut has short and long term debt of about $60 to $80 Billion dollars.  How does this relate to Connecticut's massive debt?  Well Cibes was the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management under Gov. Lowell P. Weicker, Jr., from 1991 to 1994 and then amazingly enough became the Chancellor of the Connecticut State University System from 1994 to 2006. He also served in the Connecticut General Assembly from 1979 to 1991.  He was a leading proponent of the Weicker driven Utopian State Income Tax that was supposed to resolve all of Connecticut's fiscal problems.  Cibes short stay as a one term Secretary of Office of Policy and Management was then rewarded with becoming the Chancellor of the then Connecticut State University System.  Cibes is now co-chairman of the Connecticut’s Spending Cap Commission which is my opinion a political tool allowing Cibes to proclaim that Connecticut's spending is not out-of-control nor has the state income tax contributed to the long decline of Connecticut's economy.   Cibes state pension is a mere $129,065.28 a year that Connecticut Taxpayers must pay for each year.  Cibes apparently feels that his pension is justified as being a political servant to the Connecticut liberal establishment.
Can one argue from an economics point of view that he provided any "economic productivity" in his many years of living off the Connecticut Taxpayer's gravy train?  Can one argue that the progressive Utopian state income tax has done little than drive the nails into the economic coffin that was once a dynamic and prosperous economy?
Cibes helped to create these economic problems that Connecticut still must address 25 years later.  In my economic opinion he has few qualifications to be co-chairman of the Connecticut’s Spending Cap Commission as there is no spending cap since it was ruled unconstitutional by a Connecticut Democrat Attorney General.  And Cibes comments are economically irrational and illogical.  The Connecticut economic problem is out-of-control spending on salaries, benefits and pensions.  Cibes pension is an excellent example of the constant waste of Connecticut Taxpayer's monies.
His $129,065.28 state pension is not bad for a Democrat led bankrupt state and a prime example of government waste.
It is Time To Take back Connecticut In 2018.  William Cibes and his destructive economic policies have done enough damage to Connecticut.

Tuesday, November 08, 2016

November 8, 2016. Today Is The Day To Take Back Connecticut

Today is the day.
Today is the day to take back Connecticut.
You have 14 hours today to vote.
You are Democracy.  Not a bunch of politically connected and economically inept politicians who tell you what you can and can not do.  And lie to you without hesitation.
You are Connecticut.
You are the individuals who go to work each day and pay your taxes daily to Hartford.
You are the backbone of a free market economy.
You are the backbone of ethics and responsibility to your Democracy.
You are the backbone that allows economic freedoms to take place on a daily basis.  Not some political appointee or political hack.
You are Connecticut.
Not the Connecticut Democrat Party.  The Party of No.  No to a free market system.  No to lower taxes.  No to cutting state spending on political excess.  No to personal freedoms.  .
You are Connecticut.
Today is the day.
Today is the day to take back Connecticut.
You are the reason the state works and is productive.
Today Vote Republican.

Friday, November 04, 2016

You Mean There Is A Connecticut Democrat Economic Plan? Kind Of Late-Don't You Think?

The Connecticut Democrat Party never ceases to amaze me especially when it is election time.
The Governor claimed there was no budget deficit and the budget deficit has not ceased to exist for six long years now of new and higher taxes.
The Governor claimed that business conditions have improved through his and his fellow Connecticut Democrat programs of corporate welfare that picks the winners and losers in our economy.  Even though Connecticut ranks near the bottom in all too many economic programs.
The Connecticut Democrat Party now has a supposed "small business agenda"  that they are embracing.  Even though in my economic opinion the Connecticut Democrat Party is anti business and anti free market as proven by their tax and spend policies and by their current United States Senator Richard Blumenthal's war on small businesses while he was the states' Attorney General for all too many years.
The Connecticut Democrat Party embraces corporate welfare as a means to their political ends-we will throw you want you want, make sure you donate to our cause.  Sort of like Hillary Clinton's current campaign and tenure as Secretary of State.
Taxpayers must be wondering why and how any Connecticut Democrats are running for election or reelection in 2016 for the State House or State Senate based upon the horrific economic conditions we have in our state?  Do you they really believe that their economic policies somehow work?
They do not.  And they never will.
It is time to take back Connecticut on Tuesday.  Enough of the politically and economically inept Connecticut Democrat Party.  We can not afford two more years of omnipotent one part rule that has failed our state day in and day out.
Vote for State Representative in the 90th District Craig Fishbein
Vote for State Representative in the 85th District Serge Mihlay.
Vote for State Representative in the 86th District Vin Candelora.
Vote for State Senate in the 13th District Len Suzio.
Vote for State Senate in the 16th District Joe Markley.
Vote for State Senate in the 34th District Len Fasano.
Vote Republican this Tuesday.

Tuesday, November 01, 2016

What Happened to Honesty In Government?

I wonder what happened to honesty in government?  I wonder what happened to truthful elected officials?  I wonder what happened to competency in elected officials?  I wonder what happened to campaigns that talked about resolutions to current problems and issues rather personal glorification?
I wonder what happened to elected and appointed officials having a grasp of the responsibilities of their positions?  I wonder what happened to the United States Constitution?  I wonder what happened to the State of Connecticut Constitution? I wonder what happened to placing the United States of America above both financial and personal gain while in office? I wonder what happened to an Oath of Office?  I wonder what happened to the belief in God in the United States of America?  I wonder what happened to elected and appointed officials who actually did their jobs in a coherent and logical way placing the United States of America's interests first rather their own?  I wonder what happened to truth in government?
I wonder what happened to the United States of America?
It saddens me to think of the decline of our nation in this manner.
And it disgusts me to see our current ruling political elite continue to place their personal and financial interests first rather than the best interests of our country.
If you believe the Clinton family places our country's interest first you are sadly mistaken.  I will take a President Trump any day over the Clinton fraud we have to endure each day of this election.
President Trump.  Maybe we do not need to become another example of the decline and fall of an Empire in 2016.