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Skip to comments.Jerry Brown's plea to voters: 'Please increase taxes temporarily'
Posted on 05/14/2012 2:59:21 PM PDT by Malone LaVeigh
Gov. Jerry Brown's proposal for closing California's $16-billion funding gap includes 4-day state workweeks and Medi-Cal cuts. He warns that cuts will be even more severe if voters reject tax hikes on the November ballot.
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Dear Governor Brown:
[expletive deleted] no!
Dem politicos already on record to block any cuts in bennies to their constituents. Yes, there are supposed to be cuts as well as taxes.
Moonbeam is the same today as he was last time he “governed” California. Dementia = liberalism = dementia.
Yo, Jerry Moonbeam, don’t blow smoke up my b@tt and then tell me it’s cloudy!
Demonrats in legislature will block proposed cuts and continue to spend. Why isn’t California already belly up? If it isn’t it’s listing severely to the left.
Hey Brown.. what does the words “HELL NO!” mean to you
Hahaha! That's a good one!
Hopefully the voters will apply a little astronomy fantasia of their own and perform a total lunar(tic) eclipse of the Moon-beam instead.
California pays a third of a BILLION DOLLARS in Lifeguard fees!? Let me guess, after all the democratic money
laundering handling happens, the Lifeguards are not getting paid a million bucks a year pay.
Just for kicks and grins I looked it up, lifeguards get $200,000 a year in some cities in california. But even at that pay, you would have to have so many lifeguards that parking at the beach would be hard.
Moonbeam is not 1/4 as bad as those demented Rats in the Sacto Capitol Insane Asylum. The Unions are their puppeteers!
Dem politicos already on record to block any cuts in bennies to their constituents.
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