Three months are up: Has Jerry Brown solved California’s budget crisis yet?

by editor on April 14, 2011

Jerrry Brown was sworn in as California governor on January 3. So it’s time to check in on the Honorable Governor Moonbeam.

Last October, gubernatorial candidate Jerry Brown told a crowd of leftist lunatics, “I’m not going to sign any bills until we get the budget solved and that may take me a couple of months.”

As we said at the time, “Note that he said it may take him a couple of months. This guy’s such an economic wizard that he may just get the whole thing wrapped up in a couple weeks. With a little luck, maybe just a day or two.”

How’s that little budget problem going, Jerry? Solved it yet? What’s that? You want to raise taxes to solve the problem but can’t get the Republicans to cooperate? And you want to cut spending but can’t get the Democrats to cooperate?

Maybe you should California residents an exit fee at the Arizona, Nevada and Oregon borders as they flee the state. That should balance the budget in no time at all.

You elected him, California. You’re getting what you deserve.

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12 Comments on "Three months are up: Has Jerry Brown solved California’s budget crisis yet?"

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RockingHorseGuy
Member

Hey, just looked out the window, doesn’t seem that anything’s changed. So Mr. Moonbeam hasn’t got the situation under control yet.

Elrond Hubbard
Member

A sad end to a once great state…and Californians have no one to blame but themselves, they elected these worthless politicians who have systematically looted and bankrupted the state while whoring themselves out to the public employee unions.

The sad thing is that many Californians are leaving the state, settling elsewhere, and demanding the same idiotic policies that got the Golden State in such deep trouble.

RockingHorseGuy
Member

Trust me, when I leave, I WON’T be demanding the same idiotic policies. I’ll be one of the ones pointing to CA and using it as an example of how NOT to run a state. I hear New Mexico is nice.

whiskeyriver
Guest

It used to be, I have lived in New Mexico all my life, but between the moonbats from Kalifornia that have settled in Santa Fe and Taos, the damn yankees from New York and Jersey, we born and raised New Mexicans are quickly becoming a minority. And, the majority of them want to change my state into some kind of clone of the state they left because they didn’t like how things were going there.

I am begining to think the same way about immigrants from other states as I do about illegal immigrants from south of the border. You don’t like the way things are being run where you live? Then work to make changes for the better there instead of coming here and screwing up my home state.

john
Member

Same thing is happening in Hawaii, fast talking, fast driving while on the cell phone assholes from the mainland comeing here and wanting it to be like the mainland. Don’t like the music or the food or the slow pace and could care less about pronouncing the words correctly. Can’t believe they don’t have whatever store they like on the mainland. Why the hell do people like that move some where they don’t like?

RIP
Member

“The sad thing is that many Californians are leaving the state, settling elsewhere, and demanding the same idiotic policies that got the Golden State in such deep trouble.”

Do what I and most of the other hillbilly types do in my part of the world:

If any of these moonbats ask you what it’s like to live in your area, tell them it’s just like in that old movie with Burt Reynolds, Jon Voight, and Ned Beatty…
“DELIVERANCE” ! ! !

I also like throw in something about cannibalism from time to time…

hisham
Guest

Looks like I left just in time! I’ve already suffered under this asshat once. I can’t afford to do it again!

jukin
Guest

Everything is on the table…except the 2.5 million Kalifornia state workers and their lavish pensions. Other than that everything and by everything Brown means ONLY MORE TAXES.

Sententia
Member

Not everything… He threatens to lay of Cops & Firemen but is strangely silent about shuttering regulatory agencies such as the Air Resources Board and the plethora of other enviro-pagan agencies. The real killer to jobs in California is high taxes, excessive regulations and the ‘green’ scam being forced on us.

mojo
Guest

I didn’t vote for him – I caught Jerry’s act the first time, and was not impressed.

Cinny
Guest

Not all of us voted for him…

Big Al
Member

Is that what utopia looks like?

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