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Ignoring financial storm warnings

March 4, 2014

Even as a proverbial perfect storm was bearing down on West Virginia, in the state Capitol officials were ignoring storm warnings from budget analyst....

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Mar-12-14 11:31 AM

Democrats think taxpayers are their 'never-ending' sugar daddies!

Vote the bums OUT! Enough is enough.

Don't expect any democrat to CUT their wasteful spending because they think all YOUR money belongs to them personally. They think they DESERVE the best; while the people deserve the LEAST!

Time for the REAL change. VOTE them out!

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Mar-06-14 6:36 AM

Major, it's not really chanting because that's exactly what they should be doing, fixing our roads, and bridges before anyone gets a raise or more benefits. This state has always had a screwy sense of priority. They are willing to spend money where they shouldn't, and cut funding where it needs to be increased, but then again, the Democrats have never had a firm grip on economics, else we wouldn't be in the mess we're in nationally.

Their philosophy of spending themselves out of debt just doesn't work. This is what happens when you put a bunch of vindictive children in charge of the purse strings. I don't think anyone had any doubt what our governor would do when he got in office. Maybe him and his brother can go in business of selling illegal drugs to offset the deficit. Maybe this is where the idea came from for putting WV in the business of raising pot as a cash crop. Don't you find it a bit odd that his brother just happened to sell drugs AFTER the suggestion was made.

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Mar-04-14 12:28 PM

It's yet another example of irresponsible Democratic leadership. It's the same "Spend Money You Don't Have" philosophy Obama had. The Democrats are famous for borrowing money to pay for gratuities we can't afford to give away.

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