California politicians want to further reduce health care, social services and education funds if voters reject increased income and sales taxes. Up to 70 parks are scheduled for closure. A rich attorney, most union leaders and agencies are using various methods to convince the subservient governor and political servants in maintaining the overspending status quo.
This status quo consists of over 500 duplicative/bureaucratic agencies contaminated with bloated salaries, pensions and allowances. For example, university chancellors and presidents receive exorbitant pensions and housing/car allowances. New tricks are: increased vehicle fines and wanting sales taxes collected from “out-of-state” buyers.
The scuttled proposed California Performance Review eliminated the status quo. The proposal reallocated normal funding for health care, social services and education at all levels.
Endangered parks can be privately adopted, assisted by volunteers, with current usage/maintenance fees.
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We hostage victims should vote no on state-based tax propositions. If overspending continues, use elections and recalls to change brainwashed servants. California should duplicate: “New French government takes 30 percent pay cut”?