Northampton at the break of dawn.
First rays of the rising sun hit the buildings of downtown Northampton.
According to the Boston Business Journal, before they raise taxes on Massachusetts' workers the legislature should pause to consider the true causes of the financial crisis in Massachusetts:
It is a fascinating question why a state government that already collects some $22 billion from its citizens needs to raise another billion to fund a basic government service. Part of the answer is Massachusetts public transportation has been slowly suffocated by political incompetence and indifference. And part of the answer is state government funding increasingly is absorbed by fixed costs related to the unrealistic and unsustainable promises politicians made to government unions. Our tax dollars increasingly fund retirement benefits that are unheard of in the private sector. There’s less and less left for stuff like buses and bridges.
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Oh my God her teeth!