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Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Ohio's budget: Uh oh

A $1.9 billion deficit? Here's the story, with the report


6 Comments:

at 5:29 PM, January 23, 2008 Anonymous Schmidt supporter said...

I think they should raise taxes again. The last time Ohio faced a shortfall, our woman Jean Schmidt proudly stood with Bob Taft to raise our Sales Tax and Gas Tax. Strickland should follow in their footsteps.

 
at 8:20 PM, January 23, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

5:29 >> yes, just like she proudly stood with Everything W wanted.
What a prostitute.

Does she actually stand for anything but her political career?

 
at 1:58 AM, January 24, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

All citizens, regardless of party affiliation, will be paying a hefty price for the ridiculous spending habits of the , so called, fiscal conservatives.

THis is a mess considering a few years ago we had paid off the national debt - and that was a democratic who was busy boinking an intern while he did it.

"Conservative" has nothing to do with you and me, it is about politicians who conserve wealth for themselves.

I say - give back the huge tax credits, they pale in comparison to their corporate gains. We need cash.

 
at 5:02 PM, January 24, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Another fine mess the Repugs got all of us into.

 
at 11:26 AM, January 25, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

I can't wait to vote Democrat 2008.

 
at 11:17 PM, January 28, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Interesting that this post elicits few responses.

The state budget shortfall is a very significant issue - to all of us.

 
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