Audited Financial data shows that Palin left Wasilla,Alaska pop.6500 a debt of $20Million Does it bother you?

Do you consider her a good fiscal Manager based on the largest debt per-capita in the USA ?

Did you know that ALAska export over 1.5 Million Barrell of oil and several Billions of Cubic feet of Natural Gas to the rest of America?
And did you know that Alaska receives 7%-10% royalty from oil companies thus Based on $ 100/ Barrell its equal to $ 15 Million per day profit plus another $ 3 million per day from Nat Gas .
The grand total is Approx $ 18Million per day not bad for a pop of 600,000 . And for a year of 365 days its equal to $ 10,950 per year in net profits plus the $ 400 Million in Pork Barrell Earmarks a grand total of … you guessed it $ approx $ 12,000/per Alaskan paid for by the rest of us Americans.
Palin brags about giving back $ 1,500 per Alaskan ? well easy to do when you have an extra $ 12000 per citizen over and above revenues collected from ather tax bases such as property tax, other licensing, and corporate taxes, and yes including the $ 1500 bonus.
Let the Palin fanatics dispell this , she is no genius , she has fooled all Alaskans, ans all the rest of America.
Wake Up And Stand Up For America, don’t elect Palin as VP/President

11 thoughts on “Audited Financial data shows that Palin left Wasilla,Alaska pop.6500 a debt of $20Million Does it bother you?

  1. If you search you can find the facts.

    Yes, Waslla has more debt – by voter choice to improve their city.

    The Truth about the debt.

    Sarah Palin built the city’s first big sports complex, on time, under budget, and the bond will be paid off two years ahead of schedule[4].
    Much like New York now has a new stadium for the Yankees, Sarah Palin pushed through a much needed sports complex to improve the lives of the people of Wasilla.

    Nearing the end of its first full year of operation, the Wasilla Multi-Use Sports Complex is boasting 20 to 50 percent increases in off-ice uses offered at the 102,000 square-foot facility.[4]

    WASLLA VOTERS agreed in 2002 to a half-percent increase in the city sales tax to pay off a $ 14.7 million bond to build the multi-use facility. The project “was completed on schedule and under budget,” Mayor Dianne Keller said, and the complex opened its doors March 6, 2004.[4]

    Sales tax revenue, which can only be used to pay the bond, is coming in faster than expected. Keller said she believes the facility will be paid off at least two years ahead of the 10-year schedule.[4]