@itswhatithink You are so right. I think it was two years ago when, at the
11th hour, the legislature sprung that $100 million prison cost overrun on us.
It was some big surprise to them that their swamp site was going to cost them
extra. Duh.I always thought the move was calculated to pull one over
on us. Someone figured this was the best timing for such a move.I
don't trust them. It's either failure to plan or playing us for fools.
Neither option appeals to me.
I would love a prediction of what LAW/FEE, etc will happen in the final minutes
that no one really wants but will be mandated for us and most of us
weren’t aware it was hiding in committee. This happens EVERY year and one
of the reason’s we don’t trust those who supposedly represent the
people but only do these kinds of laws that benefit themselves.
As Gustave le Bon explained in 1895, legislative bodies increase the cost of
government with their plans and diminish our freedoms in the process.The end of the session can't come soon enough for me.
Besides dismantling the propositions, the legislature has been fairly well
behaved this year. I think most people are fed up with pollution and
there’s some political will to change it.