Dr. David Bronner spoke last month to the Montgomery Chamber of Commerce’s annual economic summit, the Forum. He gave one of the best explanations of how all of the economic problems came about that put our nation into a severe recession. Dr. Bronner also made some projections on what Alabama citizens will face over the next two years. While it was not a pretty picture, it was one we all needed to hear. He pointed out how the state budgets would be affected in 2010 and 2011 due to the severe short fall in available revenues.
Dr. Bronner told the large crowd that Alabama state government has always operated “on the cheap.” Even so, he pointed out that there has been unbelievable progress made in Alabama over the past 15 years. Dr. Bronner stressed that the need for moving forward – rather than backwards – must be addressed by our elected leaders during the next four years. Improvements that will benefit all Alabamians are vital to our state. Whether those improvements will come about depends on the persons we elect to office next year. Dr. Bronner suggested that each of us ask serious questions of the candidates and force meaningful debate before deciding on who all to vote for and certainly before going to the polls.
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