‘Chris Murphy cannot handle his own finances’

To the Editor:

Chris Murphy was working so hard for Connecticut taxpayers that he “forgot” to pay his mortgage for many months. How many? Who knows because he refuses to be transparent with the voters.

Murphy claims he did not realize it until the foreclosure process with Chase Home Finance began in 2007. What, no Chase letters, e-mails, phone calls to the Murphy household? If so, someone at Chase should be fired.

Does anyone actually believe Chris? Foreclosure begins after many months, and yet one year later Chris with such a stellar credit rating is able to get a favorable rate with Webster Bank for a second mortgage. How?

Chris Murphy worked for Webster Bank as a lawyer and received campaign donations from a Webster Bank PAC in 2008. Chris became a member of the House Financial Services Committee who voted for TARP which ended up giving Webster Bank $400 million in 2009. Did Chris vote himself a sweet deal? Did Chris do “what was right for Connecticut” or did he do what was right for Chris? We deserve answers.

Chris obviously has a history of not paying his bills. He was sued for not paying rent, He “forgot” to pay property taxes in 2005 and neglected to pay car taxes seven times over seven years. We know he missed 80% of his congressional hearings so why does he deserve to be our senator?

Will Sen. Harry Reid demand to see Chris’s tax returns? The “word is out” that Chris Murphy cannot handle his own finances so he must not be allowed to handle Connecticut’s finances either.

Vote for Linda!


Jack Foley


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