Published: Sunday, Jan. 29 2012 12:46 a.m. MST
Yup. It's an election year. And as a result we will be seeing even more insane
pandering to insane special interests and very little that will benefit all of
Re: one old man | 2:11 p.m. Jan. 29, 2012 "Yup. It's an election
year"Liberals who don't like our conservative ways here in Utah
have the same exact opportunity to cast their ballots as everybody else. People
that like the tax and spend policies of the liberals in California should have
no trouble picking a like minded candidate here. (California only has a deficit
of $40,000 M ($40 B) dollars and Gov. Brown is begging the voters for higher
Rifleman, a little research into the woes of California should show you that the
root cause of the state's troubles is not something to be blamed on liberals.
In fact, it goes back many years to Proposition 13 which capped property taxes
at an unrealistic level.That, sir, was a conservative thing.Look at California and you're seeing the future of the United States
when St. Ronald's tinkle down economics finish with us.
Re: one old man | 11:49 a.m. Jan. 30, 2012 "it goes back many years
to Proposition 13"Prop 13 was passed in 1978. That is THIRTY
FOUR (34) years ago for heaven's sake!! When a smart man realizes that his
income is going to be reduced he reduces his spending a similar amount. Only a
fool, or liberals that don't know how to balance a check book, continues to
spend at the same or elevated levels.California want to borrow money
against future lottery revenues to pay yesterday's bills. There was no mention
of how they intended to pay today's bills.
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