A Snapshot Of Our State

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Our unemployment insurance rates tripled.  Our corporate income tax is 8.25 percent, the highest rate in our region.  This tax increase continues to chase more and more jobs and businesses out of Maryland.  The O’Malley administration decreased state funding for tourism.  Personal income tax is 9 percent; over 3 percent higher than our neighbors in Virginia.  The Tax Foundation ranks Maryland at 45th least friendly business state based on corporate, individual income, sales, unemployment insurance and property taxes.

What has happened to our great state?  When are we going to stand up and say, “We want new leadership in our state.  We want new leadership that will protect the rights of Maryland businesses and Maryland residents.  We want new leadership that puts politics aside and fights for us.”

Albert Einstein famously said, “The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.”  Dr. Ron Elfenbein stated, “We can continue to elect the same people that, thru their irresponsible votes, and irresponsible behavior have put us in this mess and continue to make things worse, or we can elect someone who will be part of the solution, not part of the problem.  If given the opportunity, the current group of elected officials, like my opponent who has been there for 27 years, will definitely raise your taxes yet again-just like they did last time one year after an election.”

Dr. Ron Elfenbein will stand behind a plan to decrease taxes and encourage entrepreneurship with full force.  He will stand behind the 211,000 Marylanders that are unemployed, and work to make Maryland a business friendly state once again.  Dr. Elfenbein believes that tax cuts and decreased government spending are the only way to make a real difference in Maryland.  He believes it is time to step across party lines, and stand together to do what is best for our state.

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  • fmartin

    Isn’t this some sort of conflict of interest?
    It appears that if a political candidate advertizes on your site he (or presumably she) not only gets an ad on the right side of the page… he also gets a 300 word “article” to tout his campaign.

    Will you extend the same opportunity to other candidates who do not pay to advertize?

    (On a more petty note, what is with Ron Elfenbein writing in the third person?)

  • http://www.eyeonannapolis.net John Frenaye

    Not a conflict of interest at all. With our advertising program, all advertisers are entitled to a monthly article. It is authored by them and bylined by them.

    It does not imply any endorsement for a candidate or for a product–hence they are the author to keep in compliance with the new FCC rules enacted last year.

    On the political stage, ALL candidates for public office that represent Anne Arundel County have been contacted several times and offered the opportunity to advertise. Elfenbein has decided to advertise with us, others are in the process of putting together ads, and others have opted to take a pass.

    We encourage candidate to submit news to our site, but we are selective in that it needs to be “news” and not just an announcement that they are having a party.

    For info on advertising or to submit campaign news, contact us at info@eyeonannapolis.net.

  • Fred Shubbie

    quoting einstein does not make you smarter Doc. If it did and the quite applied to your and Ehryuks platform y’all would not be refering to the reagan handbook for the same tired old ideas. any Doctor that would enter inot politics is probable not very good at either–this is just my opinion based on my close ties with many great physicians.