Sunday, October 25, 2015

State of woe

A southern West Virginia writer finds plenty of people to blame for the state's woes.
When you objectively compare the story of the Mountain State to every single one of its neighbors, you quickly realize that the greatest problem that has plagued our state is the men and women who have run our government since about… oh, let me see here… 1863. To put it simply, politicians are to be blamed for the state’s problems – all politicians, all special interests, all political organizations (including unions), all political parties have failed the modern-day residents of the thirty-fifth state.

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