From The Madera Tribune:

Steven Greenhut of the California Policy Center reports that Governor Brown unleashed a tirade recently when he talked to union officials. He spoke of overruns and delays as “bulls–t,” and said he is “so tired of all the nonsense that I read in the paper and you hear from other politicians.” He cautioned that “we won’t let these small-minded people intimidate us into lowering of expectations.”


Steven Greenhut sums up the situation regarding the gas tax and the high-speed rail: “After all, when a homeowner is out of money and the roof is leaking, he doesn’t take a loan to put in a new hot tub.” That’s why many prognosticators foresee voters using their sword to cut out the gas-tax increase in November.

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