A poll showed California’s Proposition 23 in a dead heat with its opposition.
Prop 23 can save the state
Proposition 23 is California’s bill for saving itself against the ravages of AB32, the energy bill that would seal the state’s economic demise. Voters decide in November whether to delay the implementation of AB32’s draconian measures that will greatly raise the cost of energy, raise prices generally, cost jobs, and accelerate the exodus of businesses from the state.
Only special interests support AB32
Not that the AB32 measures would have any environmental benefit whatsoever. What it will do is line the pockets of Wall Street “financial engineers” and Silicon Valley rent-seekers who can’t wait to feed at the public trough. Let the expensive, unreliable, and unaesthetic forms of energy favored by the government compete in the marketplace, not be supported by Californian’s hard-earned salaries.
The tide is changing
The poll was conducted by the L.A. Times and University of Southern California. Forty percent of the respondents cited strong agreement with Prop 23; 38% opposed.
Californians are finally recognizing the severe economic damage that AB32 would create. Make that…economic damage that AB32 would bring to completion. California is simply not doing well. Unless AB32 is suspended, as Proposition 23 proposes, California just may slide completely down the tubes.
See here for more information about Proposition 23.