State bill will provide $700 million for drought relief
Original post made on Feb 20, 2014
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on Feb 20, 2014 at 11:48 am
More wasted money. This money will be funneled to specific people/organizations/unions in return for all their support to Brown and the Democrat Party. It is just another crisis to take advantage of. This does nothing to ensure California has an adequate water supply?
on Feb 20, 2014 at 11:49 am
Gov. Moonbeam and the Democrats in the Legislature's answer to any problem is throwing taxpayer money at it. Californian's don't need their tax dollars being squandered, they need water. So Moonbeam need to focus on real solutions that will help California's water shortage. Things that should be looked at is more water storage capability, curtailing fresh water from flowing to the ocean, curtail growing water-intensive crops like rice, better water usage practices by farmers, curtailing California's population growth, and curtailing development in deserts (i.e. most of Southern California). If Southern California wants to keep growing their population, they should be forced to do it through water derived from desalinization of ocean water using solely renewable energy. And, places like Palm Springs, whose water use per capita is nothing short of outrageous, should have their water rights seized by eminent domain.
on Feb 20, 2014 at 11:54 am
I wonder why so many Plutonians hate Governor Brown?
Not everybody gets to be elected by the voters 3 times to head the great State of California.
I think that that's interesting and it sends the message that members of other political parties can show up at the polls and vote for the candidate of their choice.
What's the problem voters? hmmmmmmmmm...tee hee hee...