This video should fire up a few people. State Sen. Elbert Guillory (D-La.) recently made the decision to switch his party affiliation from Democrat to Republican, and in this video he explains why. There is nothing here that conservatives have not embraced for years, but it’s still nice to see a politician switch and explain himself in this way.
Like the federal budget the state of Connecticut’s debt keeps rising. At the time of this
writing the states debt is $40,629,690,000+ and rising despite tax hikes and new taxes
levied on services such as pet grooming, hair cuts.
The states debt clock can be found here: http://www.usdebtclock.org/state-debt-clocks/state-of-connecticut-debt-clock.html
The Connecticut Republicans are now asking
“Can you afford more of the tax and spend policies pushed by Gov. Dannel Malloy and majority Democrats in Connecticut’s legislature?”
In the latest video post by the CHRCC (Connecticut House Republican Campaign Committee)
points fingers at just who the leaders of the Democratic Controlled Legislators are and who followed them down the
path of increasing taxes.
As the state of Connecticut faces another year of deficits, unemployment and a bus-way to nowhere you really
have to ask yourself , “Are our state leaders really listening to its citizens?”
You can watch video here:
With the last update from the NBC Political Unit prior to election day, every change analysts have made concerning House of Representatives elections have shifted in favor of the Republican. This in no way means Republicans are favored in the race, but is a clear indication of momentum for Republicans.
Symptom of the disease I tell ya. Corruption is everywhere in Washington and the solution to solve the beltway-critter’s cash redistribution efforts is to move power back to the states. Rep. Hal Rogers (R-Ky.) sponsors a bill which would provide federal grants to overseas wildlife protection for lions and cheetahs. Rogers’ daughter likes cats.
Connecticut is so doggone boring. Tom Foley, boring. Dan Malloy, sooooo predictably left, Oz, playing it safe my man. But here …now here is a candidate for Governor that I can really get my arms around.