May Revise article coming Friday

Tomorrow, May 14, I’ll be putting up an analysis of Gov. Schwarzenegger’s May Revise of his budget proposal for fiscal year 2010-11.

The Revise will be released around 1 pm. My piece should be up around 3 or 4 pm. Mark your calendar to check back then.

Arnold’s model ought to be New Jersey Gov. Christie, who is slashing both spending and taxes to get N.J. out of its depression. Massive spending cuts are obvious. But tax cuts are needed too to get reduce the strangle-grip government has around our necks.

UPDATE: My article is up here.

— John Seiler

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  1. StevefromSacto
    StevefromSacto 13 May, 2010, 15:41

    Hallelujah! Finally, two conservative, fiscally responsible Republicans–Brian Nestande and Bill Emmerson–admit the absurdity of spending tens of millions of taxpayers dollars on so-called “anti-fraud” measures when no cost-benefit analysis has been done and when there has been no conclusive proof of widespread fraud in the IHSS program.

    Everyone must sacrifice something in this time of budget crisis. So even if the Rabid Right gets its jollies branding elderly low-income Alzheimer’s patients and paraplegics as fraud criminals, we can’t afford it.

    Read more:

    p.s. This just in: Two REPUBLICANS–Anthony Adams and Martin Fletcher–have joined the Assembly to pass a resolution calling on President Obama to repeal “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.”

    Based on this news, the Stanley Cup Playoffs will be held in Hell starting next week.

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