Thursday, July 07, 2005

Is there going to be a Corporate exodus out of Corrupt Connecticut?

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A Connecticut citizen who knows what Connecticut is really about trying to get out Posted by Picasa


I have become privy to an internal corporate memo regarding whether or not a corporation wants to remain within the borders of Connecticut.

Other companies and corporations might have similar thoughts on certain matters.

The memo implies Connecticut has experienced zero to near zero increases in population in the last 10 years and might also include the tax base levels while at the same time growth in the budget and increase in government is 24%.

The corporate brass is wondering where the extra 24% in needed revenue to fuel a grossly inefficient and corrupt Connecticut Government, law enforcement, and court system is going to come from, the corporations?

They and others have contingency plans to leave Connecticut.

States that offer misery, are too expensive to live in, and are blatantly corrupt, unfair, and retaliatory to citizens blowing the whistle on officials and that try to legally exert improvements to the quality of life, citizens will continue to vote with their backs leaving a state or refusing to locate there in the first place.

Connecticut is also the State that homeowners know started the Eminent Domain precedent that government can displace poorer and middle-class citizens for richer ones. Connecticut is now tainted nationwide.

Connecticut is already harsh to small business owners, contractors, landlords, and other self-employed and entrepreneurial types of people. Those that don’t have corrupt corporate and government connections in Connecticut can be doomed to financial failure, the break up of their families, and can be subject to arrests and prison if they expose the official criminals.

-Steven G. Erickson aka Vikingas

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Connecticut Governor M. Jodi Rell shaking hands with Steven G. Erickson 12:15 PM EST July 1, 2005 Posted by Picasa

I brought up Chris Kennedy.

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