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I Thought There Was an Economic Crisis?

Listen to almost any legislative leader these days, Democrat or Republican, and you’re likely to hear that the governor’s proposed budget cuts due to the economic recession are “devastating” and will hurt “essential services.”

AB 254, introduced last week by Democrat Assemblymen Mo Denis and Ruben Kihuen, would make “the Ombudsman of Consumer Affairs for
Minorities a permanent position.”

Amazing. Such a racial position should never have been established in the first place, and should have been eliminated completely in the first round of government spending cuts. How can anyone with a conscience or straight face claim this discriminatory job is an “essential service”? Enough already.


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