To the Editor:
I don’t have to tell you things are bad; everybody knows things are bad. Our taxes are causing the largest corporate exodus seen in the history of our state. Government jobs are growing at the expense of private sector employment. And don’t even get me started on what medical expenses are doing to our state’s pensions. We’re in trouble. We need a leader, but instead we have a political pundit who has pledged his allegiance to his party and not our state. It isn’t right. We’re in a difficult situation, but we can navigate out of this. Our state has a history of being the most resilient of any, and if we can tap into the prominence and talent hidden in Connecticut, we just may be able to save it.