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Thursday, June 25, 2009

(California) Dems' Senate leader draws the line

So here we have it. The liberal Democrats who control the legislature in California have drawn the line. They will not cut home health care for the elderly. The rest of the state be damned I guess. Look, if some elderly people have to suffer because of the state's huge budget deficit, that is regrettable. But you tell me Senate Dem leader Mr. Steinberg, which is better, some elderly people not getting the state to pay for home health care that their families should be paying for anyway, or letting the whole frigging State of California go under? Come on now, what are these batty Democrats thinking?

If they don't balance their budget within the next few days, it's going to be total chaos. Is that what the Democrats in California want? And they can't depend on the federal government to bail them out, because the Feds are broke too and even if they did help, there would be thirty states in line for the same help. It can't be done.

So the dysfunctional legislature in California has got to do something. They have already raised taxes in a state that has one of the highest tax rates in the nation already, so that is not an option. And why do you think that they are in such terrible trouble in the first place? One main reason is because the socialist Democrats have made the tax rates in California so high in order to pay for all of their boondoggles that businesses have left the state in droves. And now they want to exacerbate the problem even more by raising taxes again? It's totally crazy.

Back to the home health care for the elderly that the Dems refuse to cut even if it means totally bankrupting the whole state. Whatever happened to families sticking together? It used to be that if an elderly family member needed help other family members would pitch in. Back then, the state had nothing to do with it but you didn't see elderly people dying on the streets. And if there were no family members who could help, then churches and neighbors would do it.

That's the way it should be. The state should not be in the home health care business in the first place. But socialist Democrats have changed all that. It's a real shame what they have done to that state, and if they get their way heaven help the great State of California.

I call upon Republicans in the legislature to hold firm. No new taxes under any circumstances should be enacted. They must cut their bloated socialist budget or else.
posted by John, 11:25 AM

2 Comments:

I say Great for Obama for trying to get people like me, who are laid off because of the past president. Thank God We have somebody that thinks about the little people.
commented by Anonymous Anonymous, June 26, 2009 at 6:51 PM  
I agree. I blogged about it a couple of days ago. California if it doesn't reign in liberals might just become one vast sea of misery.

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