Skip to comments.(Vanity) CALIFORNIA-- Solano Communist County - Welfare Rats OUT, Business IN!
Posted on 02/11/2011 9:34:58 PM PST by Tea Party Reveler
Another Solano Board of Supervisors meeting where the welfare budget gets stuck under the chopping block. Boo frickin' hoo! For years they grew their socialist monster and now it must be cut! Solano Communist County is not happy when I speak! When I show up, they send in whole platoons of armed plain clothes deputies! They know I have evidence of police misconduct in Suisun so they are "scared" and see me as a "threat". What rubbish! Truly a COMMUNIST Government of big spenders and zero results! More videos to come!
Good for you getting out there.
They are threatening me and there will be more videos. The taxpayer’s group of Solano County is there at every meeting and they are angry with us. We are just senior citizens and veterans!
Are the threats verbal or written?
The State controls its overpaid and overpensioned (and underworked/un-fireable) government workers as well as becoming the de-facto provider for the lower classes who use housing, food, cash and medical care courtesy of the government.
Government, although needed for certain aspects of live, is overpaid and allowed to retire on money never invested or contributed. I think police should be well paid for the risks they take, but why do we pay the freight for them, for a lifetime?
It makes no sense, but it is the creeping Socialism that we all fear, and Vallejo (Detroit, LA, Bell, etc.) is another example of where the non-producers eat first on the backs of business and the private sector.
I wish you well, I live in Alameda County and the eternal bureaucrats have spent us into bankruptcy here, too. Oakland is another example of generous payouts for nothing produced.
God Bless and stay safe.
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