DANBURY: "Maybe he can teach the kids to 'pray away' global warming." wrote this in response to an article about and why he is disliked by so many people.
RIDGEFIELD: "Personally I think the high taxes on business is the main factor. Who can operate a business in this state or for that matter these towns with the TAX increases bestowed on us by the school systems. It is NON PRODUCTIVE FOR BUSINESS. My Son moved to another state and is doing GREAT. Taxes are 50% lower and he hired a new Technician and has a down draft water born booth with the money he saved. This state is the worst place to have a business. That is how i see it. And it AINT GETTING BETTER ANY TIME SOON. People are Cutting and running." wrote this in response to news that .
SHELTON: "Given the abysmal state of foster care in this state/country, I’d say it's a viable solution - or at least a step in the right direction, considering we work toward eventual re-unification of parent/child. But what are we really talking about here - building orphanages next to prisons? Considering the growing prison populations, this may just have to happen." Laura Lenhard wrote this on Shelton Patch's Facebook page in response to proposed legislation that would study the feasibility of
STAMFORD: "If he's doing such a great job why are we paying the highest taxes in the nation? He killed Stamford now he's working on killing Connecticut. Maybe he should try his hand at president!" wrote this in response to a .
WILTON: "The superintendent was paid nearly $300,000 to leave after a child's rights were violated?!?!?!?!?! Are you kidding me??" wrote this in response to news that the General Assembly's education committee approved a after various incidents at a Middletown school. The district's superintendent resigned as a result.