Saturday, March 11, 2006

Barnett on Fiscal Responsibility

"Barnett continues, "Kansas once had a proud history of low deficits and fiscal discipline. The sound principles of fiscal restraint and responsibility have been thrown out the window and substituted for a credit card under the current governor. Just like families and businesses across the state, we will not spend money we don't have."”"

Unfortunately under Governor Kathleen Sebelius Kansas's debt load has skyrocketed, leaving future Kansans with a huge bill for the spending that she wanted but couldn't pay for.

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6 Comments:

At 9:16 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

thats funny. I remember the budget after 8 years of Bill Graves and Co. If that's what you guys call responsible, I'd hate to meet your definition of excess.

Sebelius has thrice submitted balanced budgets and has reduced gov't waste by almost a billion dollars.

Your red meat is rotten.

 
At 2:12 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Just like families and businesses across the state, we will not spend money we don't have."

Many KS business are forced to take out loans to stay competitive, and many families have to make ends meet by charging the difference.

Is Barnett so out of touch with the business community and Kansas families he doesn't know this?

 
At 2:16 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Barnett's quote is almost as silly as the KRP's commentary is dishonest.

 
At 9:09 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

"many families have to amek ends meet by charging the difference"

Are you so out of touch with reality that you think that is a good thing?

The debt Sebelius's irresponsible spending has forced us to take on is a real burden for Kansans, and it will only get worse if she gets another four years.

 
At 7:57 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

no need for personal attacks against the readers. Let's keep it civil, eh?

Can someone please show me this debt?

 
At 9:12 PM, Blogger Brandon said...

Here's something that could solve our revenue problems. Everyone seems to be overlooking the so called "Porn Tax", HB 2680, currently under careful study in the the House Tax Committee. With a slight modification, it has major potential to solve our funding issues.

The Constitutionality of Sex Toys and a Solution for Kansas

 

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