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Shaw just continues liberal whining

Posted: January 28, 2010 9:38 p.m.
Updated: January 29, 2010 4:55 a.m.
I have to respond to Diana Shaw’s column in today’s issue (“Two-thirds or not two-thirds,” Jan. 19).

Wow! Where to start?

Well, first of all, if it weren’t for the two-thirds requirement, the residents of this state would be saddled with a tax burden that defies imagination. We’re already the highest-taxed populace in the country. If you want to draw parallels with other states, why aren’t you noting that little factoid?

The hacks in Sacramento have never seen a spending proposal they didn’t like. Thank God for the two-thirds requirement.

Then there’s this: “He (Schwarzenegger) can’t be blamed for failing to cut waste where there isn’t much.”

You must be kidding me. Fiscal restraint and responsibility from the childish and profligate liberals in the majority in Sacramento — from both parties — is not going to happen.

Here’s another little gem: “We’re supposed to vote out of office those who are not responsive.”

Pretty hard to do when the political hacks control the redistricting process that would allow elections to be anything other than an incumbent security charade.

How is it that California’s government has an approval rating that’s in the sewer, yet the same people keep getting sent back? As I said: Redistricting.

Thankfully, we now have term limits from which we’re starting to realize some benefit, as some of those hacks start hitting their limits and are finally leaving (though they just seem to shift to other government jobs).

Nah. This column’s just the usual liberal whining about the troublesome process involved in stealing every last penny from the beleagured California taxpayer.



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