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Friday, September 9, 2011

Brown vetoes California badge requirement at least doesn't want us deaf dumb and blind (well I hope so)

Even though the number one demand by the citizens of California, especially the 13% who are unemployed is JOBS, JOBS, JOBS, our democrat kids under the Capitol Dome refuse to listen.  They send crap like the bill in this following cut and paste from Ballotpedia.  This is why I don't understand how California can keep electing these loons from the left.  Rather than jobs, the democrats want to make it harder for the people to exercise our recall, referendum and initiative rights.  So I want to personally tank Governor Jerry Brown from finally doing something I agree with.  He vetoed this democrat attempt to shut us up. (it would actually shut all parties up)

From September 7, 2011

SACRAMENTO, California: On Tuesday, September 6, Governor Jerry Brown (D) vetoed Senate Bill 448 which would have created a badge requirement in California. Specifically, SB 448 would have required that paid petition circulators wear a badge indicating that they are a paid worker. In a statement released with the veto, Brown called the bill "provocative, but ultimately unpersuasive." He added that the bill was a "slippery slope" towards greater state intrusion. A few weeks ago, Brown vetoed Senate Bill 168 which would have banned pay-per-signature.
Advocates argue that disclosing which circulators are paid provides valuable information to the public. Opponents note that citizen's are already free to inquire whether and by whom circulators are paid. Opponents also contend that the bill would burden petitioners, hampering their ability to collect signatures.[1][2]
Prior to reaching the Governor's desk, the Assembly amended the bill. Before the amendment, the bill also required volunteer petitioners to wear badges indicating their volunteer status. In addition, the earlier version required the badges to identify where in California the circulator was registered to vote. While the earlier version did not require the circulator to be registered, unregistered circulators would have been identified as "NOT REGISTERED TO VOTE" on the badges. The bill's sponsor was Sen. Mark DeSaulnier (D)."

Why is it the democrats re the ones who always want to shut the people up?  The "progressives", those liberals we all love, are continuously claiming the conservatives are the ones who are the "fascists".  Seems they need to look in the mirror for the real fascists.  We want freedom and liberty while the democrats want hegemonic power.

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