Monday, September 1, 2014

Malloy-Foley debate: Malloy's first four years has made only the government and welfare classes feel better.

The Newtown massacre was a freak event that would not have been prevented by anything in the new law, and Connecticut's crime problem is mainly a matter of the long failure of poverty policy and drug criminalization. His emphasis on Foley's involvement with the Georgia company signifies only that the governor feels an overpowering need to distract from Connecticut's unsatisfactory condition.

First Malloy-Foley debate needed a 'sulfuric acid challenge' - Journal Inquirer: Chris Powell

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