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California: Senator plays the budget game (MoJo)
Mercury News ^
| Ann E. Marimow
Posted on 07/01/2002 8:11:54 AM PDT by NormsRevenge
Edited on 04/13/2004 3:29:33 AM PDT by Jim Robinson.
SACRAMENTO - Perhaps the most important piece of paper in the Capitol last week was the one tucked inside the suit coat pocket of an obscure state senator from Redding.
The marked-up list of budget proposals, which Republican Maurice Johannessen shopped around, turned out be the key to breaking California's budget deadlock.
(Excerpt) Read more at bayarea.com ...
TOPICS: News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: johannessen; johannsen; maurice
MoJo Gets Some!! For His District,That IS!!
DUMP DAVI$ & the Den of Socialists
Uh Maurice Johanssen got his price for passing the Rats tax heavy pork laden budget. He's the only Republican Senator who could vote for it since he doesn't need to face the voters in his district again. I noticed he's described by the liberal media with the glowing adjective "maverick." That laudatory praise is showered only on two other Republicans one can think of, Jim Jeffords and Johnny McCain. Its good to know Mojo is right in their league. And by the way, the budget is still DOA in the State Assembly.
Yup.. Now the real fun begins. I hear that the payraises are only to be going to the prison guards and all other state employees are going to be frozen pay wise. No Doubt, Payback by GraYouT n the socialist swilling swine in the govt who took their union money
"And by the way, the budget is still DOA in the State Assembly."
Heard that. I wonder if state workers are now on minimum wage. Also, nice observations on "MoJo". Maverick my #ss. Sellout. I'll donate to any future opponent in any run for office in the future...
posted on 07/01/2002 8:33:17 AM PDT
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