I moved to Florida more than two decades ago, but my heart is still in Warren, Niles and Vienna, where I spent my youth.
I have read with great interest recent editorials in the Warren Tribune about how the Republican party supposedly has to abandon economic conservatism because it lost an election. What the Democratic party has proven is that it knows how to win elections by:
Promising to be all things to 99 percent of all people;
Promising to pay for it by raising taxes on "millionaires and billionaires."
Yet, the fact of the matter is that if you took 90 percent of every dollar of income and capital gains made by every millionaire and billionaire in the U.S., it would not be enough to fund the ever-expanding federal government for a single month.
So, from where are the rest of the "revenues" (taxes) to come to pay for these "investments" (spending)? Yes Democrats, you bought four more years on credit, but can you pay the bills when they come due? Or will they be passed on to our children and grandchildren for generations to come?
Donald A. Mihokovich