"A government big enough to give you everything you want, is big enough to take away everything you have"
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Thursday, August 6, 2009

Cross Post (Updated)

Fellow blogger had a good posting yesterday that is worth a cross post. This new license plate program can go right along with your new ride when you take advantage of the cash for clunkers program.

Read: NY Daily Balance

Ain't government just great!

And from the AuburnPub.com  read here.

Make no mistake, our 2001 license plates are holding up just fine. The cost of the new plates is part of an effort to make up for a nearly 9 percent increase in state spending this year.

So, while we continue to hold onto the hope that New York may one day elect leaders who realize that the way to balance a budget is to cut spending, we won't be grumbling to the staff at the DMV, we'll save that for Paterson and all the lawmakers who voted in favor of his irresponsible budget.


LiberalLaugh said...

Cross posting? Is that like cross dressing 'cept you steal their ideas instead of their clothes?


Anonymous said...

Where can I get one of these custom plates? Good reminder of who to blame for all those new taxes and fees!

Anonymous said...

LL, you would be our local expert on cross dressing. We defer to your judgement on that issue.

No Baaawhaha about it.

Anonymous said...

PIV, can you please do a post about how ridiculous this Doug Hoffman guy is? He was number 9 of 9 candidates at the St. Lawrence County meeting. I mean, no one I know even considered him a contender, forget about money, he was AWFUL...he can't be a member of Congress and shouldn't be distracting from this process...

PIV, I look forward to your wit.

Anonymous said...

Where's the AJR one???

LiberalLaugh said...

"PIV, I look forward to your wit."

Wit? Only he laughs at his own jokes.


Anonymous said...

Just one more way NYS "just doesn't get it" wonder what the local reps think about it??? Wonder if the county will place a "surcharge" or "special handling fee" on this proposal on it, then "blame it on the state"?

Anonymous said...

No the county will charge extra for the county plates you know the ones. They begin with J.

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