Kentucky has AA- Rating, #47 in the N...

Kentucky has AA- Rating, #47 in the Nation

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Lexington, KY

#1 Feb 15, 2013
The AA minus rating from Standard and Poor's on Kentucky's economic situation, and future, proves that Kentucky is 47th best in economic well-being. We can do better Steve Beshear! We can do better, unregistered, wyte trash non-vot'n Kentucky! A... A... MINUS... that's Kentucky's rating. That means we have bad credit. Our credit isn't any good. No new businesses will want to get our workers to work here... it's up to us to come up w/ new businesses, and start them ourselves... An AA minus is basically an A minus, like in school... BBB's can b given out, CCCs and DDDs too... so AA minus isn't horrible, but I remember Republicans flipp'n out on Obama when our S&P Index dropped them from triple AAAs, to double AAs.

Lexington, KY

#2 Feb 15, 2013
Wat is that? Why r u try'n to talk about something important? lol

Lexington, KY

#3 Feb 15, 2013
Why dont u try? W/ all the energy we've wasted fight'n back and forth, we could have cured cancer by now. Imagine if we argued about Alternative Energies...

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