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Tuesday, January 14, 2014

The Last year of Chafee

Tells it all

The unemployment Governor.

State remains in crisis.

Social agenda over jobs.

Governor Chafee still has one more year in office, and his path of destruction on Rhode Island will be felt for years to come. Never have we seen a governor, so consumed with his own  selfish agenda, allow the state to go down the drain. At a time when the population needed a true leader, we were stuck with an incompetent fool that could not lead a two car funeral. How low can it go?

Asleep at the switch

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The battle for Rhode Island is now

Key races decide future of the state. 

Who  will become the next Governor?

Who will become the next Mayor of Providence? Cranston?

Who takes over?

 2014 is shaping up to be the most important election year the state has ever seen and could decide the future of the state of Rhode Island.  The state is at a crossroads and the next Governor will either save the state, or sink it once and for all. The next leader must find a way to lure business into the state or the high unemployment will only get worse. The city of Providence is "hanging by a string" with high taxes and lack of business coming in.  The next 10 months will decide the future of generations that will either continue to flee the state, or stay and be part of the "new Rhode Island".  The reform that has started  must continue, free of corruption and influence of special interest. Time is running out on a state that could become the next " Detroit".  Follow DePetro.com for the latest.