Friday, July 15, 2011

In Indiana, Taxpayers Win

Note that: 1) Indiana still exists; its schools are still open, the State is functional, and 2) this was NOT tax increase-driven.

...State Auditor Tim Berry said Indiana finished the fiscal year on June 30 with nearly $1.2 billion in the bank, more than 40 percent above last year’s finish

...“Without raising taxes and by carefully watching spending, Indiana state government has continued to live within its means,” Berry said. “For those who believe that raising taxes is the only way out of a fiscal crisis, I say take a look at the Hoosier state.

Q) What lesson could Mitch McConnell learn from this?

A) None.

HT: Zippers

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