Skip to comments.Jerry Brown has a big problem with tax measures
Posted on 02/14/2012 9:53:13 AM PST by SmithL
When Jerry Brown goes into his bunker or monk's cell or man-cave and issues cryptic messages, you know he's up to something.
California's governor did it again last weekend during a brief appearance before a state Democratic convention in San Diego.
He could have used his time to give Democratic activists a compelling argument why they should get behind his plan to raise Californians' taxes to balance the state budget the plan that he's been trumpeting day and night, publicly and privately, for weeks.
Instead, he barely mentioned taxes, saying, "Look, we've got some issues. We've got a tax measure, we have a few issues there, and we'll be talking about that from time to time."
Then he added, cryptically, "You'll get your marching orders soon enough," and ducked out quickly. He refused to answer questions from reporters, saying, "I think you guys have to take each speech one at a time."
Brown's got a big problem. While he claims that his plan would bolster schools and "public safety," the two most popular governmental functions, many education officials are downright hostile.
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When Jerry Brown goes into his bunker or monk’s cell or man-cave..
No way in hell does a liberal in California have a Man-Cave.
More like an LGBT natural underground space.
I hope we are witnessing the dismantling of the democRAT/Liberal government model in a similar fashion to the way the Berlin Wall fell and the Soviet dictatorship crumbled almost overnight. Nobody really thought that was actually going vto happen, but it did. Let’s hope Californians can be so lucky.
Liberalism is a mental disorder that must be obliterated...
A plan from the man who admitted he had no plan the last time he was governor.
He has no plan.
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