As a budgetary curiosity, does anyone know the relative costs of F—>M versus M—>F? Is an addadicktome cheaper or more expensive than a peckerectomy?
Beyond reckless / Sacramento, Washington pile up the debt
The job growth for state workers contrasts with the loss of 759,000
jobs in Californias private industry in the past 12 months
not to mention gubermint employees and their pensions:
Reform advocates are spotlighting those with extravagant pensions
$100,000 or more as a way to get the publics attention and
emphasize that the current system is unsustainable.
State Fiscal Stabilization Fund $4,387,948,882
Grants to States for the Education of Children with Disabilities $1,226,944,052
Title I - Grants to LEAs $1,124,920,473
State Fiscal Stabilization Fund - Government Services $1,084,768,673
WIA Youth, Adult, and Dislocated Worker Formula Combined. $488,646,876
Tax Credit Assistance Program (TCAP) (Recovery Act Funded) $325,877,114
ARRA State Revolving Fund $280,285,800
California’s State Energy Program $226,093,000
Child Care and Development Block Grant $220,273,864
“Is an addadicktome cheaper or more expensive than a peckerectomy?”
This would be three party transaction. We have the “dingaling donor”, who sees himself as a woman trapped in the body of a man. The second party or the “pecker acceptor”, always wanted pee standing up just like her brothers. The third party, who accepts a small fee from both patients to perform a genitalia swap, is the “baloney broker”. This person is a different kind of misfit whose parents pushed him into med school when all the time he really wanted to be a real estate agent.
I don’t know the comparative costs. But to put a capitalist twist on this, in S.F. there’ll probably be much greater demand for peckerectomies. That should create a surplus of transplantable peckers. With proper care they can be shipped at great profit to areas where addadicktomies are more prevalent. That might offset some of the S.F. program’s costs.