Boston – State Treasurer Timothy Cahill offered a sober assessment of the state’s finances, saying the worst is not over. Cahill said not only are sales of lottery tickets dropping – meaning fewer local aid dollars for cities and towns – but Massachusetts is carrying the highest per capita debt burden of any state.
With Deval Patrick and now 90% control of the legislature there is no control on spending here in MA. The only thing they ever cut is local aid. Our taxes go up, our tolls go up, our debt goes up and the special interests line their pockets with our money.
Can’t blame this one on Bush either. He was the President in the other 49 states too.