BMG Watch, Day 158 PDP **
After undertaking the dangerous mission 156 day ago
to monitor Blue Mass Group for post-primary Kos-like dementia, Hub Blog has come to a conclusion based on this post
: BMG has lost it and officially morphed into Big Moonbat Group, merely a mirror partisan image of Hub Politics
. ... FYI: To give some 'context' to the 'context,' the subject of Taxachusetts not being Taxachusetts is indeed old
, as one can also see here
on the Massachusetts Budget and Policy Center's very own web page
that tracks media stories on such issues and, of course, about its very modest self. Now, if you go to Google and type in the words 'Massachusetts Budget and Policy Center and corporate taxes,' you'll also find a lot of other links and discussions
about corporate taxes dating back years. I particularly liked this
, by Left Center Left's Chris, who had the intellectual integrity to critically analyze MBPC and others' numbers and put them into a context that didn't fit neatly into partisan arguments of the moment. But that's obviously not BMG's goal anymore. ... Partisan fight! Yeeeeehah!
BTW: Deval did
disclose before the election that he intended to close three 'corporate tax loopholes' to the tune of $85 million. But no discussion of seven valued at $400 million. And, strange, no discussion about corporations being undertaxed compared to other states. Of course all of this brings up the issue of when Deval knew about the deficit and his mutterings about not raising taxes. But we won't go down that road. Too much context for one day. ...
** Post Dem PrimaryUpdate
-- Speaking of Left Center Left, a new political party is born.
-- An alert reader notes Chris is no longer writing LCL (I knew that) and someone else has taken the domain name (I didn't know that -- I thought the site was just hanging there in cyber space, awaiting Chris's return). ... FYI: Chris wrote the posts above before he parted for Philadelphia. ...