Concerns About Corbett

From GOP activist Bob Guzzardi of Montgomery County:

The Republican Primary voter is noticing that Governor Corbett is not producing any meaningful legislation they want. The Unions are doing better.

It is expected that liquor privatization will degenerate into liquor modernization.

Pension Reform is, effectively. blocked and taxpayers face a $41 billion dollar expense.

United Commercial and Food Workers Union workers at state store got a 4 year contract with 4% increase.

State System of Higher Education gets huge increase "The contract, which covers 5,500 faculty members, provides for salary increases of 11.5 percent or 19 percent over its four-year life, with junior faculty getting the higher increases. Faculty now receives salaries ranging between $44,795 and $107,870 a year"  which is an hourly rate that would impress a Wall Street CEO

Voter ID is still stalled because of inept execution by Secretary of State and Corbett Crony Carole Aichele. Can anyone be this inept or is it intentional slow rolling of real voter reform? like the Sandusky investigation. Corbett has both ways saying he passed Voter ID and then, to help Philadelphia Unions and Democrats so they won't roll out full bore against him, slow rolls implementation.

Debt increased $4.6 billion with a good portion going to Liberal Democratic and Union construction projects.

Unions are doing well; the Forgotten Taxpayer, not so much.

 

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