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Democrats likely to ignore Schwarzenegger's special-session budget
Sacramento Bee ^
| Kevin Yamamura
Posted on 12/02/2010 8:44:06 AM PST by SmithL
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger will offer a last-ditch budget proposal Monday to close a $6 billion deficit over six months, but don't expect his ideas to go very far.
Democrats are likely to ignore Schwarzenegger's special-session budget, instead waiting until Democratic Gov.-elect Jerry Brown issues his own plan one month later.
Democrats expect more palatable solutions from Brown, especially since Schwarzenegger spokesman Aaron McLear has promised "ugly cuts" and no new taxes in Schwarzenegger's stopgap December proposal.
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TOPICS: Extended News; Government; Politics/Elections; US: California
KEYWORDS: budget; goldenstate; rats; schwarzenegger
Sure, wait for Moonbeam!
Fish gotta swim,
Birds gotta fly, and
RATS gotta tax!
posted on 12/02/2010 8:44:11 AM PST
California got what it voted for. Watch for more producers to flee the state.
posted on 12/02/2010 8:55:46 AM PST
(Regarding liberalism, always attribute to malice what you think can be explained by stupidity. - Me)
7 years in the wilderness.. Thanks, Gubinator.
I hope he enjoyed the show. It cost enough. Now the legislature can turn its back on the new Gub.. this one is a wrap.
posted on 12/02/2010 9:00:04 AM PST
(Semper Fi ... Godspeed .. Monthly Donor Onboard .. Obama: Epic Fail or Bust!!!)
The sound of “Cullyfoahnia” going under...
posted on 12/02/2010 9:38:56 AM PST
(We live in an America of National Socialism...sound familiar? It should...)
And this was “completely unexpected”? Please . . . spare me.
posted on 12/02/2010 12:30:26 PM PST
(To err is human; to forgive is not our policy. -- SEAL Team SIX)
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