The world is a dangerous place to live; not because of the people who are evil, but because of the people who don't do anything about it.
The time when Rs controlled California more or less consistently, was from ~1900 to 1958. Since 1958, there has only been one year with Gov and both house+senate were controlled by Rs (1970), the rest of the years were pretty much full D control of house+senate, and flipping governors.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Political_party_strength_in_CaliforniaI am not big on compromising between parties. That, many times, involves compromising my principles... Why have principles if they are so easy to bend/break...The judicial branches of government have been, in my humble opinion, have been way too involved in what are truly political decisions. Can take standing law, and with a simple reinterpretation and words, make them mean the exact opposite with the stroke of a pen.I find it hard to respect Judicial 5:4 court Supreme Court decisions... They are not compromising their positions, and apparently unable to convince one side or the other of the strength of their arguments. Just looks like politics of the "appointed, not elected". And when decisions are appealed/overturned, should there not be consequences for the judge/judges/etc. being on the "losing" side?-Bill
sorry bill, i just don't feel sorry for those poor utilities having to put up with us. they are not hurting and they scheme like most other conglomerates on how to steal your $. your stance is confusing to say the least.
Dave Angelini said:
Don't take this wrong Tony but your knowledge on California politics illustrates perfectly the problem here. Many California voters have less understanding of how this happened to the 5th largest economy in the world. I really like how Bill runs this forum and would never want to go back to the way it was, NEVER
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