Dear Governor Arnold,
A day or two ago John and Ken were discussing the role vanity played in our current crisis. They were specifically discussing your perpetual need to be liked and loved.Your narcissism has led California into the toilet. You have gone back on almost every major campaign promise you made; all of this was done to [...]
A big High-5 to celebrate the passage of the perfect budget! A budget that extorts over $40 billion from the people of California.
“To preserve our independence, we must not let our politicians load us with perpetual debt. We must make our choice between economy and liberty, or profusion and servitude. If we can prevent the [...]
The Senate and Assembly have passed the budget.
It’s time to mobilize and kick them all out! The first one to be Able Maldonado.
– Updated 2/19/2009 at 8AM
What Maldonado got in return for his vote (from SacBee):
A constitutional amendment establishing an open primary system.
The measure will place on the June 2010 ballot an open primary proposal affecting congressional [...]
We will stay on this floor until we get it done
said a clearly frustrated Steinberg, who is generally known as the Legislature’s nicest member. “Bring a toothbrush. Bring whatever necessities you need to bring because I will not allow anyone to go home and resume their lives.”
Senator Steinberg, this is to little to late! possibly [...]
Yesterday the governor gave is State of the State speed to both houses of representatives. Unlike years before he did not focus on the plans for the next year he focused on basically telling the legislators that nothing should be done until the over $40 billion deficit in the budge is closed. He urged representatives “to [...]
Yesterday, Legislative Analyst Mac Taylor suggested that we should call a special election and let the voters of california make a decision on if increasing taxes is OK. Can California, or any organization, have an election where the majority acts in the best interest of the State even when this action might personally affect the majority in a negative way? [...]