A poll of registered voters is useless.
California has rejected 8 tax increases at the polls in a row, the most recent the $1.00 a pack cigarette tax.
Jerry is California dreaming if he thinks this will pas.
Guess those below the $250,000 level won’t have any incentives now.
Governor Scott Brown of Wisconsin and his resounding victorious survival in the recall election should teach the rest of the nation some very valuable and fiscally strong lessons. On the other hand, in California, we have Jerry Brown. Jerry couldn’t bulldoze his way out of his own idealogy and the mess he’s perpetuated. Now he’s back to try the same old and failed policies of yore. Yep, tax the rich, cut social programs, do nothing about the bloated and unaffordable and looming pension disaster. I can’t wait to get out of this California cess pool the Democrats have created. It’s sickening. Only 5 months and it’s hasta la vista and on to a state free of these idiots.
If CA citizens wish to vote themselves more Tax increases,
who are we, to stand in their way. The liberal kooks run the
Yes, it is. It's about as much use in predicting the results of an election as a poll of eighth-graders. Brown really can't think for a minute that this has a prayer of passing -- can he?