Prop. 23 will set you free
The California Jobs Initiative, which effectively will suspend Arnold’s AB32 jobs-killer, was given a number today: Proposition 23.
So I’ve come up with a slogan:
Will set you free.
Boo boo boo
To AB 32
Kind of catchy, don’t you think? I offer it to the pro-23 campaign free of charge. Anything to defeat the merciless Arnold’s merciless AB 32.
He doesn’t care that, thanks especially to AB 32, California’s jobless rate is 12.4%, a full 2.7 percentage points above the national rate of 9.7%. When AB 32 was passed back in 2006, the two rates were nearly even.
Arnold doesn’t care. Arnold doesn’t care. If Prop. 23 loses and the slaughter of jobs continues and intensifies, he’ll be over in Gstaad skiing with the other members of the Lifestyles of the Rich and Sleazy.
I hope the pro-23 campaign, in its TV ads, goes against the unpopular Arnold big-time. Here’s an idea: An ad shows a couple hundred people standing in an unemployment line. Then Arnold rides up on a Harley, a .50 cal. machine gun strapped to his back. He pulls it down and greases all the jobs seekers. He snarls, “I’ll be back.”
Here’s Arnold actually doing that to a police station in the first “Terminator”:
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