As someone that lives in a blue state and has seen the hypocrisy of the collectivist that pretend to do the shit they do to protect the little people from the “evil Korporashuns and their desire to actually serve shareholders over acting as bank accounts for social justice warriors” and the “evil wealthy that never pay enough taxes”, I am not surprised to find out that the truth is quite different:
Attorney General Martha Coakley, charged with protecting ratepayers against utility company price gouging, held two gubernatorial campaign fundraisers hosted by National Grid’s lobbyist this year and accepted donations from the utility’s top executives right before they socked it to ratepayers with big hikes in electric bills.
Records show National Grid’s Massachusetts president, Marcy Reed, handed over a $500 check to Coakley’s cash-strapped gubernatorial campaign on Sept. 22, just one day before the Department of Public Utilities approved a 37 percent rate hike.
Three other National Grid executives also donated to Coakley on Sept. 22, according to campaign finance records. And last week, just after the AG wrote a mildly worded letter asking National Grid to delay its rate increase, she accepted donations totaling $1,000 from National Grid’s executive director, Thomas King, and two other high-ranking executives.
National Grid’s federal lobbying firm, Kearney, Donovan & McGee, was reimbursed two different times by Coakley’s campaign, including once this month, for “venue and catering” expenses for two apparent fundraisers at its Boston office.
The donations came as Coakley’s campaign has been scrambling for cash to pay for last-minute TV ads and make up for a significant fundraising shortfall compared to GOP rival Charlie Baker.
Yeah, well the fact is that this happens all the time with these class and social justice warriors. And if you are observant, you will notice that the louder the social justice cum class warriors cry about the injustices of the other side, the more likely it is that you are dealing with projection issues. We in the People’s Republic of Connecticut have seen the same crap.
My rates have gone up by insane numbers the last year, mostly because of the impact of green energy bullshit projects on available power, but also because the class & social justice warriors are in bed with these mega corps (especially when they have monopolies). Then again, so has my health care costs (thanks Obamacare!), tax burden (especially my state taxes that all seem to be pissed away on vote buying projects while the infrastructure the taxes are supposed to be supporting is crumbling), cost of living (there is no inflation except for the fact that the basic stuff all costs a lot more these days and keeps getting pricier), and many such other things that hurt the little people far worse than they do someone like me that has the ability to earn good money, and it is happening because the class & social justice warriors say one thing but practically always do the opposite.
Connecticut’s economy – and for all intents and purposes that of every deep blue state out there, without exception – is imploding at a record pace precisely because of stuff like this. The response by the class and social justice warriors, especially in the blue states, is always to appeal to the jealousy, greed, and envy of those that vote for a living, to push for higher taxes, all so they can use whatever revenue they don’t outright pocket, to keep buying votes from the very people that get crushed by their idiotic policies. Grow the dependent base under the pretense of doing things to help them, and you can keep perpetual power, is the new mantra of the left, I guess. In the meantime the productive flee for better climes (my day is coming), and things keep getting worse.