Roy v. Rob: Twitter Trash Talk Over Budget Deficit

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Who won this Twitter scrap between state Sen. Rob Kane and Malloy advisor Roy Occhiogrosso?

You decide, but I\’d call it a draw. Read from the top down.

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5 thoughts on “Roy v. Rob: Twitter Trash Talk Over Budget Deficit

  1. A business owner

    I can tell Rick doesn’t run a business. Rob won. Everyone wants to ignore the stats and facts that Rob is quoting. The facts aren’t pretty. Hasn’t CT been a state run by a democrat majority in the government for over a decade? There is no one else to blame. Cut spending, cut taxes, free business = job creation and more activity and better tax revenues in the long run

  2. Da Troof

    Here in the parallel universe of liberal ideas, the state can run massive deficits, can spend, tax, and borrow with reckless abandon, and then can blame Republicans when Connecticut begins to circle the drain. Brilliant!

    PS- we’re on to your liberal idiocy. Don’t get too comfortable in Hartford.

  3. Charlene

    I don’t know or care who “won,” but CT citizens definitely lost. Malloy has wrecked, continues to wreck our state.

    1. Kim

      Sorry, meant to say: CT TAXPAYING CITIZENS lost. Recipients are doing fine (that includes state workers)

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