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VA Budget: full of loopholes, "loans to be sumitted at later time", "transfers between funds allowed"
Posted by: associated pressings ()
Date: October 11, 2019 12:07PM

"AUTHORIZED DEFICIT LOAN AGAINST TREASURY" to be submitted to governor at a later date, stated in the budget

THE ONLY CONCLUSION IS THE STATE ACCOUTANT IS USING OFF BOOK FEES not included in the budget which is supposed to account for the budget but does not

TOTALLY ILLEGAL TO DO FOR AN ACCOUNTANT or legislator to do (to produce a yearly account sheet with unspecified future debt, unspecified liability, etc)

(the budget shows some money but not all money spent, most of the money produces nothing for sure and huge amounts literally don't specify anything to produce)

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Posted by: associated pressings ()
Date: October 11, 2019 12:13PM

the state is offering the "legislation" INSTEAD OF THE STATE BUDGET

!!! note by law the state MUST produce a budget but has not done so for 2019 !!!

other than "blank page spending"

IT IS NOT AN ACCOUNTING SHEET:

(1) it does not show state GDP or if state spending exceeds GDP
(1b) it does not show GDP% that is income from government spending (important for deciding if a state is freeloading off other states)

(2) it does not show taxes collected by VA

(3) it does not show federal IRS return (or how much of that is used in budget) (the amount is between 20 to 45 billion for each state)

(4) it does not show lottery

(5) IT SHOWS LEGISLATED SPENDING, BUT NOT LEGAL INCOME OR LOAN AMOUNT (we cannot see if they had the money to spend, or had more but stole part of it)

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Date: October 12, 2019 11:41AM

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Date: October 18, 2019 12:04AM

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Date: October 18, 2019 02:35PM

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Date: October 19, 2019 02:00AM

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Date: October 19, 2019 01:24PM

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Date: October 20, 2019 01:28PM

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Date: October 21, 2019 01:14PM

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Date: October 22, 2019 12:59PM

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Date: October 23, 2019 01:20AM

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Date: October 28, 2019 09:34PM

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Date: October 30, 2019 11:49AM

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Date: November 17, 2019 02:51PM

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Date: November 19, 2019 05:31PM

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Date: November 20, 2019 01:38PM

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Date: November 21, 2019 12:45PM

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Date: November 23, 2019 10:56PM

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Date: November 26, 2019 01:58PM

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Date: November 30, 2019 02:48PM

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Date: December 03, 2019 03:53PM

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Date: December 06, 2019 02:09AM

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Date: December 07, 2019 02:50PM

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Date: December 07, 2019 09:26PM

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Date: December 10, 2019 01:29AM

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Date: December 13, 2019 05:25PM

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Date: December 16, 2019 03:22PM

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Date: December 18, 2019 03:52PM

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Date: December 24, 2019 02:37PM

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Date: December 27, 2019 09:51PM

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Date: December 31, 2019 08:15PM

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Date: January 05, 2020 06:08PM

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Date: January 05, 2020 06:40PM

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Date: January 05, 2020 07:11PM

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Date: January 07, 2020 10:04PM

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Re: VA Budget: full of loopholes, "loans to be sumitted at later time", "transfers between funds allowed"
Posted by: Barrickman ()
Date: January 08, 2020 01:00AM

Virginia officials announce massive state budget cuts
By Nick Barrickman [Me]
20 September 2014

On Monday, Virginia’s Democratic Governor Terry McAuliffe and state Republican legislators arrived at a deal which would see the slashing of the state’s budget over a two-year period. The announcement comes just a month after the governor announced that the previous biennial period had produced a shortfall of $2.4 billion in the state budget, an increase of nearly $900 million from an earlier-predicted estimate of the gap.

Under the deal, the state would dip into its “rainy day” fund to cover $700 million of the total deficit, while the remaining shortfall would be covered through severe cuts to state agencies, higher education, and aid to local governments, with $192 million, $90 million and $60 million slashed from their respective funding.

The deal also commits the state government to an additional $272 million in as-of-yet unspecified cuts in the 2016 fiscal year. Overall, the bipartisan deal would call for an across-the-board cut of nearly 5 percent from all state departments in the current fiscal year, with another reduction of 7 percent planned for 2015.

“I am pleased we were able to come together in a bipartisan way and make the tough decisions that will help ensure Virginia remains fiscally strong and provide much-needed certainty to the bond rating agencies on Wall Street,” McAuliffe enthused about the austerity plan, declaring that "[n]othing is more important for us than preserving that triple-A bond rating." The governor added cynically that the planned slashing of hundreds of millions from state spending would “protect many of our core Democratic priorities.”

A number of state and municipal employee advocates have complained that this will likely translate into staff reductions statewide. According to a statement put out by McAuliffe’s chief of staff, Paul Reagan, many agencies and localities will be asked to begin identifying “the lowest priority activities in your respective agency [in order to protect] priorities that are essential to Virginia’s economic growth.”

While state representatives have vowed that vital programs such as K-12 public education will be exempted from the cuts, the more than $272 million in undecided future cuts call these promises into question.

McAuliffe won office last fall in part through his opposition to the US federal government shutdown which affected a disproportionate number of workers in Virginia, home to many federal agencies in the Northern Virginia suburbs of Washington, DC. Now he is pursuing just such a strategy while in office.

Rather than opposing the governor’s plan of fiscal austerity, so-called state employee “advocates” are seeking to foist the cuts on other areas of state spending. “If the administration is truly serious about long-term budget cutting, then every item in state government should be on the table,” said R. Ronald Jordan, the executive director of the Virginia Governmental Employees Association. Demanding that public education also be included in the cuts, Jordan said that “[o]nly then can employees be assured that the pain is being shared by everyone, and not just a dedicated few.”

Previously, the governor and state Republicans had been locked in a dispute over plans to expand the state’s Medicaid spending in order to assist those unable to qualify for federal subsidies under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), President Obama’s right-wing healthcare initiative. Demonstrating the tactical nature of these disagreements between the two big business parties, Virginia House of Delegates speaker Bill Howell, a Republican, noted that “t’s no secret that the governor and I have had a disagreement or two along the way… but those disagreements, as strong a they might be, have not stopped us from working together when it’s in the best interests of the commonwealth.”

The announcement to slash the state budget comes amid a backdrop of social austerity. Federal workers, many of whom live in the Virginia and Maryland suburbs of Washington, DC, have already seen attacks on their jobs through the “sequester” which was agreed upon in late 2012 between Obama and congressional Republicans.

On Monday, a study put out by Standard & Poor’s pointed out that wealth derived from the financial markets and the resulting levels of social inequality were a major driver of state revenue shortfalls. The report found that from 1980 to 2011, state revenue growth was cut in half while the wealthiest one percent of the populations’ income had grown by 20 percent.

Tellingly, the report notes that states’ attempts to offset shortfalls by taxing the wealthy would not be a “panacea” because the income of this layer was derived from stocks, bonds and other forms of speculation rather than labor. The report asserts that such policies, if attempted, would introduce “greater revenue volatility,” meaning that any legislative attack on the fortunes of the wealthy would cause them to pull their money out of the state and eventually result in the state’s bankruptcy.
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Date: January 09, 2020 01:54PM

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Date: January 18, 2020 01:45AM

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Date: February 10, 2020 12:47PM

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Date: April 07, 2020 12:22PM

coronovirus shut down schools?

or bank denied loan to keep them open ?!

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Date: April 18, 2020 11:04AM

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Date: June 05, 2020 04:26PM

i think today we can say "democrats have niggered the budget" and justify the statement

whereas before that might have seemed an off colored statement

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Date: June 09, 2020 10:07PM

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Posted by: fgrvtbrew ()
Date: June 23, 2020 02:07AM

Barrickman Wrote:
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> Virginia officials announce massive state budget
> cuts
> By Nick Barrickman [Me]
> 20 September 2014
>
> On Monday, Virginia’s Democratic Governor Terry
> McAuliffe and state Republican legislators arrived
> at a deal which would see the slashing of the
> state’s budget over a two-year period. The
> announcement comes just a month after the governor
> announced that the previous biennial period had
> produced a shortfall of $2.4 billion in the state
> budget, an increase of nearly $900 million from an
> earlier-predicted estimate of the gap.
>
> Under the deal, the state would dip into its
> “rainy day” fund to cover $700 million of the
> total deficit, while the remaining shortfall would
> be covered through severe cuts to state agencies,
> higher education, and aid to local governments,
> with $192 million, $90 million and $60 million
> slashed from their respective funding.
>
> The deal also commits the state government to an
> additional $272 million in as-of-yet unspecified
> cuts in the 2016 fiscal year. Overall, the
> bipartisan deal would call for an across-the-board
> cut of nearly 5 percent from all state departments
> in the current fiscal year, with another reduction
> of 7 percent planned for 2015.
>
> “I am pleased we were able to come together in a
> bipartisan way and make the tough decisions that
> will help ensure Virginia remains fiscally strong
> and provide much-needed certainty to the bond
> rating agencies on Wall Street,” McAuliffe
> enthused about the austerity plan, declaring that
> "[n]othing is more important for us than
> preserving that triple-A bond rating." The
> governor added cynically that the planned slashing
> of hundreds of millions from state spending would
> “protect many of our core Democratic
> priorities.”
>
> A number of state and municipal employee advocates
> have complained that this will likely translate
> into staff reductions statewide. According to a
> statement put out by McAuliffe’s chief of staff,
> Paul Reagan, many agencies and localities will be
> asked to begin identifying “the lowest priority
> activities in your respective agency [in order to
> protect] priorities that are essential to
> Virginia’s economic growth.”
>
> While state representatives have vowed that vital
> programs such as K-12 public education will be
> exempted from the cuts, the more than $272 million
> in undecided future cuts call these promises into
> question.
>
> McAuliffe won office last fall in part through his
> opposition to the US federal government shutdown
> which affected a disproportionate number of
> workers in Virginia, home to many federal agencies
> in the Northern Virginia suburbs of Washington,
> DC. Now he is pursuing just such a strategy while
> in office.
>
> Rather than opposing the governor’s plan of
> fiscal austerity, so-called state employee
> “advocates” are seeking to foist the cuts on
> other areas of state spending. “If the
> administration is truly serious about long-term
> budget cutting, then every item in state
> government should be on the table,” said R.
> Ronald Jordan, the executive director of the
> Virginia Governmental Employees Association.
> Demanding that public education also be included
> in the cuts, Jordan said that “[o]nly then can
> employees be assured that the pain is being shared
> by everyone, and not just a dedicated few.”
>
> Previously, the governor and state Republicans had
> been locked in a dispute over plans to expand the
> state’s Medicaid spending in order to assist
> those unable to qualify for federal subsidies
> under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), President
> Obama’s right-wing healthcare initiative.
> Demonstrating the tactical nature of these
> disagreements between the two big business
> parties, Virginia House of Delegates speaker Bill
> Howell, a Republican, noted that “t’s no
> secret that the governor and I have had a
> disagreement or two along the way… but those
> disagreements, as strong a they might be, have
> not stopped us from working together when it’s
> in the best interests of the commonwealth.”
>
> The announcement to slash the state budget comes
> amid a backdrop of social austerity. Federal
> workers, many of whom live in the Virginia and
> Maryland suburbs of Washington, DC, have already
> seen attacks on their jobs through the
> “sequester” which was agreed upon in late 2012
> between Obama and congressional Republicans.
>
> On Monday, a study put out by Standard & Poor’s
> pointed out that wealth derived from the financial
> markets and the resulting levels of social
> inequality were a major driver of state revenue
> shortfalls. The report found that from 1980 to
> 2011, state revenue growth was cut in half while
> the wealthiest one percent of the populations’
> income had grown by 20 percent.
>
> Tellingly, the report notes that states’
> attempts to offset shortfalls by taxing the
> wealthy would not be a “panacea” because the
> income of this layer was derived from stocks,
> bonds and other forms of speculation rather than
> labor. The report asserts that such policies, if
> attempted, would introduce “greater revenue
> volatility,” meaning that any legislative attack
> on the fortunes of the wealthy would cause them to
> pull their money out of the state and eventually
> result in the state’s bankruptcy.



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SOME POSTERS ON FFU FEEL G2 IS A JOKER: I ASSURE YOU THE ABOVE COMPLAINTS ARE GENUINELY A THREAT TO ONLOOKERS (THE UN-INTIATED), NON-DEMOCRATS, AND TO ANYONE STATING THAT LAWS SHOULD BE IMPOSED ON DEMOCRATS EQUALLY AS DEMOCRATS IMPOSE THEM ON OTHERS: MONEY

LEGAL NOTICE: DEMOCRATS HAVE `SWATTED' THE HOMES OF SOME FFU POSTS WHO REFUTE G2 AND CALL DEMS OUT ON THEFT AND LIES - AND EXPOSE THE LAWS THEY COULD BE PROSECUTED FOR BREACH OF TRUST. THAT'S A CONFIRMED WITNESSED FACT. IT IS NO JOKE WHAT G2 IS DOING. HIS CONTINUAL FISHING IS NOT IDLE - THEY ARE TRIGGERED AND ARMED. which i've warned others about since, about 2010 - that G2 is fishing for men to "erase" politically, by any means available to him


G2 has now been wimpering that anti-G2 posts are "unfair" and that users who protest G2 should be blocked, SWATTED (see above), and forced on medications (see above), and that "someone else is G2". However - do not let the vicious foreign attacker fool you into your death our out of your community: G2 has been active since exactly the beginning of 2017 "hillary has already won the election" set of lies and has only DOUBLED spam recently - yes the suicide taunting of others, false information, and all else listed above. He is not wimpering for help he has doubled the spam and vicious attacks (or they, communist/facist using federal money. I pinned him correctly when I began this warning post.

GO BACK TO HELL G2. YOU ARE EXPOSED.

A COMPLETELY FAKE ARTICLE

MCAULIFFE IS A NEW JERSEY DEMOCRAT, STOLE VIRGINIA TOBACCO MONEY AND OTHER MONEYS, ORGANIZED DEMOCRAT CRIMES OF "STAYING IN POWER", INSURED allot of money was borrowed to NJ and NY lenders

SCHOOL SPENDING WENT FROM $1 BILLION TO $6 BILLION DURING MCAULIFFE IN ONE OR TWO YEARS

MCAULIFFE ARREESTED THE PREVIOUS GOVERNOR OUT OF OFFICE ON FALSE CHARGES - THE WHOLE LEGAL AFFIR WAS CORRUPT FROM THE INDICTMENT DOCUMENT FORWARD

DROP DEAD G2


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Date: June 23, 2020 02:08AM

DROP DEAD G2

MCAULIFFE never did any such thing as reduce spending

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