This was the headline in the DC Examiner today:
Groups call for Legislature to cut spending
Any mention of the Americans for Prosperity’s campaign to put a lid on Virginia’s spending orgy in the Washington Post? Nope.
And proving that politicians in state legislatures are not much different than ones in DC:
“Eighty percent of the budget is comprised of education, health care, debt service on funding prison construction, car tax rebate and the rainy day fund. If they are proposing cuts in any of those five, I’d be interested to hear what they are,” said Del. Brian Moran, D-Alexandria.
He said the commonwealth has been named the best-managed state by the Government Performance Project, the best place to do business by Forbes, and ranks 41st highest in the nation for its state- and local-tax burden on citizens, according to the Tax Foundation.
If Moran thinks those things can’t change, just keep on spending.
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That’s right, the Grinch (Joe Biden) is coming for your pocketbooks this Christmas season with record inflation. Just to recap, here is a list of items that have gone up during his reign.
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