Corrupticut update

Uh-oh! A couple of Rowland friends are going to spill the beans! One of these folks has an electrical company that got a sweet 3.5 milllion dollar loan guarantee from the Connecticut Development Association, which was notable both for the size of the loan and because it didn't lead to any Connecticut Development - he ended up laying of 31 workers. The other person had a Rowland experience that I'm stumped by - he bought a condo at way above market value, and sold it at a $31,000.00 loss. I hope Rowland gave him something good for all that. We Connecticutians are a patient and fairly quiet people, but I think Governor Hot Tub is trying our patience - it's really beyond time for him to go.

I also saw an article yesterday indicating that our Democratic Secretary of State, Susan Byciewicz, is considering running for Governor, which is great news for Connecticut.

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