VIDEO: Gov. Brown’s High-Speed Boondoggle Chugs On

VIDEO: Gov. Brown’s High-Speed Boondoggle Chugs On

Why would Gov. Brown make high-speed rail a budget priority?

The Heritage Foundation’s Stephen Moore joins CalWatchdog’s James Poulos to discuss better transportation options that would actually serve the needs of Californians.


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  1. michael
    michael 16 October, 2014, 19:30

    i will personally be voting no on any further bonds. From the signs in my neighbors yard, I see I may be in the minority,

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  2. LetitCollapse
    LetitCollapse 16 October, 2014, 19:59

    During the interview on the crazy train Stephen Moore nailed it when he told Poulous “And you didn’t mention the biggest problem at all – NOBODY’S GOING TO USE IT!!!”
    This is what I’ve been trying to explain to you folks. And I layed out the numbers for you in the other crazy train blogs. This is a destined failure. So friggin’ sad!!! This money should get spend on municipal transportation systems or to upgrade the vulnerable infrastructure. Wait until the 8.0 earthquake hits LA or SF. Buildings and bridges will collapse everywhere! Thousands will die. And all because Jerry Brown ignores the infrastructure and wants to blow dozens of billions on a stupid crazy train!!!

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