To the Editor:
During his State of the State speech and at other recent appearances, Gov. Malloy has talked about the need to take actions to prevent Connecticut’s largest municipalities from entering into bankruptcy. While I agree that no one wants to see these cities take such drastic actions, I cannot agree with the administration’s approach saying that smaller communities can afford to bail out their larger neighbors. This continues a pattern of disdain and ridicule the Governor seems to have for any group or organization he thinks is doing too well while the state, under his leadership, continues to struggle.