To understand the sleaze-side of Chevron, see, www.truecostofchevron.com. Why should the public have to pay for Chevron's negligence in the form of higher gasoline prices? Chevron should be held accountable for its accidents, not the consumer.
To understand the sleaze-side of Chevron, see, www.truecostofchevron.com. Why should the consumer pay for Chevron's mistakes by paying for higher gasoline prices?
Brown is blackmailing Californians. Why does Brown always pick-on the most vulnerable, education and the public services? Brown should close corporate and commercial tax loopholes, introduce an oil extraction tax, an oil corporation, windfall-profts tax, Chevron made $27 billions in 2011 and paid no federal tax, and trim the service-debt paid to Wall Street. These taxes have to be rolled-back. The budget cuts will prolong the recession. Brown is a corporate creature, looking-out for corporate interests and not the public interest.
If the RDA funds are not saved, then, the funds will probably end-up, either directly or indirectly, into an offshore bank account in the Cayman Islands, owned by a bunch of Goldman Sachs/Wall Street dirtbags.
There is very little difference between Brown's budget and previous budgets, because Brown's budget is master-minded by Big Oil and Wall Street (service debt interest). There is no provision for closing corporate and commercial tax loopholes, no oil extraction tax and no oil corporation, windfall-profits tax. Californians pay the highest price for gasoline in the nation. Brown's budget is the same, because again, it picks on the most vulnerable. These budget cuts will prolong the recession. These taxes have to be rolled-back.
SCHWARZENEGGER IS STILL BAD NEWS. It is against the law to physically harm another person, including wives. Schwarzenegger's government is not enforcing this law. The funding priority for battered women shelters (BWS) should be the highest, because human life is at risk, and because BWS's keep the good people in and the criminals and the murderers out. During a recession with its higher unemployment, government funding for BWS's should be increased, not eliminated. The Governor's May Revise, with the backing of Big Oil (Chevron Corp. of San Ramon), is very dangerous for women and children, who are victims of domestic violence and it is sub-human. Obviously, the May Revise picks on the most vulnerable and it endangers children. If a battered wife is murdered in front of a closed-down BWS, because of the May Revise, then, Schwarzenegger and his oil industry tyrants should be charged with first-degree murder and child endangerment, because that's the law. If the mother suffers, then the children suffer. Schwarzenegger, Shriver, Maldonado and Whitman could not care less whether battered wives live or die.
@missiondweller: California has the highest gasoline prices in the nation. It is the high cost energy that is driving businesses and jobs away from California, not solar panels. The high cost of energy is hard on small businesses and not on big corporations. It is the small businesses that create jobs.
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