Prop. 31 is bad for California

Published on October 11, 2012 by Admin

The San Diego Federation of Republican Women and the California Federation of Republican Women disagree with the GOP regarding its position favoring the passage of Prop 31.

The Federation has its own legislative analyst, who, along with a growing number of others including GOP leaders, finds this proposition to be a wolf in sheep’s clothing – 8,000 (doctoral level) words long. Watch out!

Initially, the language looks good, transparency, budget improvements, but don’t be misled. As you wade through the rest of the words, you’ll find “regionalism,” “redistribution” of our revenues, a new bureaucracy, questions affecting our state constitution, additional expenses – all bad for our communities and our state.

If you follow it back to its funding, the man backing this proposition is Nicolas Berggruen, founder of the Berggruen Institute for “Global Governance.” Global governance?

Joan Y. Nied

President

Fallbrook Republican Women Federated

One Response to Prop. 31 is bad for California

  1. Mike W Reply

    October 15, 2012 at 2:43 pm

    Thank You to Fallbrook Republican Women Federated,
    the San Diego Federation of Republican Women and the California Federation of Republican Women.
    A ray of hope that at least some semblance of the good old Republicans still exist and a great big thanks again for keeping it together during all this insanity coming from todays GOP…

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