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Stop us before we spend again!

March 11, 2014

Some of the amendments legislators have suggested for state Senate President Jeff Kessler’s Future Fund bill have interesting undertones....

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Jester01

Mar-12-14 11:18 PM

Agreed. Until then some of them need to stop pretending like they know what they are doing and follow the legislators who are subject matter experts. These political BS games need to stop. At least until we climb out of this recession.

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TruthSeeker

Mar-12-14 11:29 AM

Instead of voting for crooked lawyers for political office nationwide and statewide; how about we start finding ACCOUNTANTS and BUSINESS people with common sense to replace these fools?

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TruthSeeker

Mar-12-14 11:27 AM

Robbing Peter to pay Paul. Yep; Democrat strategy from the past!

Vote these tax-increasing, over-spending, wasteful taxpayer money throwing parasites OUT!

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TopGun

Mar-11-14 12:21 PM

What can be accomplished by taking money from one pocket and sticking it in another? For some reason, the Democrats in Charleston feel they have more money when they rob Peter to pay Paul. Why do we even need another fund? I used to get a good laugh out of a fellow I worked with when he would go to the bank on a Friday and turn half his paycheck into $1 dollar bills. He's roll them up and wrap a few bigger bills on the outside and head to the club. I don't think he ever got the concept that he didn't have any more money, but it looked good to the onlookers.

Maybe that's how they think in Charleston. Take money out of one fund, dump in a few IOU's, and poke it into another fund, and then add it all together, IOU's and all.

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