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It's interesting how everyone complains about this guy but has no solution to our problems and no response to the fact that they voted for idiots that ran up this 8 billion dollar number to begin with.
Folks, like said before, Ohioan's might as well get used to paying high taxes because once the retirees pass away - there isn't much here in jobs. It's a bad combination and someone has to be laser focused at fixing it. I wish there were easy solutions to the problems but one focus has to be clear - create an environment to create jobs that will BE AROUND in the next 50 yrs. We can't continue to invest our money within industries that have difficultly competing globally.
Right or wrong - it's a global market - every other person in the world wants our standard of living. They will scratch and claw to get it. We will hold our hand out and ask for help.
This country is just getting so soft. 20 yrs from now we'll be France.
March 16, 2011 at 2:31 p.m.
March 16, 2011 at 2:30 p.m.
Ok, so this guy comes into office with an 8 billion dollar credit card debt to pay back and we call him names on cutting the budget to pay off bills that someone else charged.
We blame the voters that put him in office, right?
But, we don't blame the voters & politicians that put in the idiots that ran up a debt that is out of control and needs to be addressed.
This guy didn't create the problem - he's trying to fix it. Get used to it folks - at some point the federal government will be doing the same thing.
Again, I just don't understand what you expect - Ohio HAS to pay the piper at this point - its really not an option to do otherwise & this guy isn't the root cause of all that spending to begin with.
March 16, 2011 at 9:55 a.m.