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Gov. Brown is a pinhead

By From page A5 | November 26, 2012

EDITOR: I found the article on the states’ (2) separate record keeping, I wondered how (4) cities filed bankruptcy. Doesn’t that mean you can’t pay your bills and bill collectors can claim a small money owed them? Where does this small money come from?

The proposition language to pass the lottery, the money was to go to schools, government got a percentage of the winning, the media talked about big winnings, suddenly you hear nothing, but my property tax goes to schools. Is this money going to the other set of records, proving that California is not poor? The legislators know of this bookkeeping records, they have access. The one record keeping is where legislators say is broke, so taxes. There needs to be an investigation in into the lottery agency, we need a investigation into this second set of record keeping money. There is no reason to cut supplies or close schools.

The second set of books is about investments, so now you see why Gov. Brown signed a bill at Apple Technology plant. This very day he promoted the driverless cars. How stupid, if the car has an accident who pays for it? What is the car’s purpose, which fund put up the money, did we vote on this car?
Gov. Brown needs to be recalled, he is a pinhead hippy used to using others money he never earned.

DOROTHEA FALKENSTEIN

Pollock Pines

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