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  • att4glte att4glte Feb 12, 2013 12:13 PM Flag

    Hey amdmokney, go #$%$ off to Hillary or Nancy Pelosi


    They are your type, by your own admission.

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    • California has balanced its budget.
      It is the most beautiful State in the nation and it is 78 degrees today in Anaheim CA today.
      University of California, Berkly
      If Texas and Alabama, or Mississipi lowered their taxes to 0 for Intel, Intel would not go there.
      You see, to recruit top employees, you have to be in a modern place without #$%$ trash--like you.
      Apple, Intel, Cisco, and dozens of more like California and will never leave.
      You must be under the idea that tech workers like to be low life KKK losers like you. I can ssure you, they do not.
      NO--even AMD is in California.
      Back From the Fiscal Abyss, California Balances Its BudgetBy ADAM NAGOURNEY
      Published: January 10, 2013
      SACRAMENTO — California has been Exhibit A for the fiscal upheaval that has rocked states throughout the recession. Year after year, California officials reported bigger and bigger deficits and sought to respond with spending cuts that left the state reeling.

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      In announcing California's new budget, Gov. Jerry Brown compared the current numbers with the deficits that were projected in 2011.
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      .So it was something of a moment when a jaunty Gov. Jerry Brown strode before cameras here on Thursday to present his budget for 2013-14.

      “The deficit is gone,” Mr. Brown proclaimed, standing in front of an array of that-was-then and this-is-now charts that illustrated what he said were dramatic changes in California’s fortunes.

      “For the next four years we are talking about a balanced budget,” he said. “We are talking about living within our means. This is new. This is a breakthrough.”

      Mr. Brown was not just talking about a balanced budget. He projected that the state would begin posting surpluses starting next year, leading to a projected surplus of $21.5 million by 2014, a dramatic turnaround from the deficit of $26 billion — billion, not million — he faced when he was elected in 2010.

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