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I was part of the original California Tea Party ( ) organized back in 2003 to contend with Gov. Gray Davis and out of control state spending. It appears that not much has changed since then. One of the things we had done in this organization was to micro-analyze the state budget at the time so the Governor and democratically controlled legislator could be held accountable to their excessive spending. You might be surprised to know that just the executive summary of California’s 2003 state budget was over 800 pages. There were also many more surprises. - Gray Davis had a paid staff of 112 when he was supposed to have only 88. - Linda Davis (unrelated to the former Governor) was paid in excess of $120,000/year as the governor’s liaison to the state assembly and senate. Her paycheck came from water and education funds instead of the governor’s payroll. - There are three education departments between Sacramento and the individual school districts. These departments have redundant duties and the average salary in these departments is much more than the typical teacher. The paychecks for many of these administrators are more than five times the pay of the average teacher’s salary. - Teachers in the State of California are paid more and have better benefits than anywhere else in the country, but California ranks near the bottom of all states in K-12 education performance and near the highest in high school drop outs. - A prison guard with a high school education and five years on the job is paid as much as a trauma physician working at a Los Angeles county hospital. - The average pay for a State of California employee is $15,000 to $20,000 higher than the average pay for an employee in the private sector. - There are droves of state employees and employment positions that are protected by state law – even the Governor can’t fire them. I can go on and on, but I believe you get the gist of what I’m trying to get at. Long story short: The State of California is riddled with lots and lots of wasteful spending. This is brought on by a democratically controlled legislator who seemingly doesn’t care about where the money comes from. They will protect their pet projects and campaign financers over the interests of their constituents. These problems continue to this day and there’s nothing that says it will stop anytime soon. Something I find ironic is Gov. Schwarzenegger hired an independent auditing company to analyze the state budget who found over $32,000,000,000 in excessive spending that could be cut without causing significant issues with the State’s operation. Those cuts mysteriously disappeared six years later. Going further, there wouldn’t be a budget deficit problem if the state government maintained spending increases at the same rate as the annual population and tax revenue increase. Instead, the democratic legislature keeps spending like a teenage girl at a mall with daddy’s credit card. They continue to spend at record breaking rates and have absolutely no regard where the money will come from. The result is an even bigger budget deficit than six years ago. As for comparing California’s problems to Texas… There is no true comparison no matter what state it is. California’s state government has done this to themselves and has become the prime example of how not to run a state.
And we don't even have state income taxes. I guess California over spends. Plain and simple. Oh the Texas legislature is hardly ever in session. And thus less intervention from the government.
Higher taxes = more government programs = more wast and less consumer spending. Lower taxes = more disposal-able income which = more jobs due to consumer spending. California has the highest taxes in the country with the biggest deficit in the country, so what do they do to try to balance their budget and not cut spending? They raise taxes which cuts jobs, which cuts income tax revenue & consumer spending which decreases their taxes revenue and = a huge deficit.
Because Texas understands that in order to have freedom and prosperity the government needs to get out of the way. California is run by Communists where the government is judge, jury, and the executioner of anything and everything that freedom embodies--and they do this in the name of freedom.....ha!
Their politicians figure that if they give away services like day care for teen mothers in high school and hire translators for the illegals to teach them in our schools, they will get votes. Now, they have given away the farm, so to speak. You just can't be everything to everybody.
Texas has a Republican Governor, Republican Controlled State Legislature, Republican Controlled Judical System, and most importantly conservative minded citizens.
California is anti-business, very liberal, spends too much, bends over forward for the public employee unions, run by Democrats and RINOs Texas is just the opposite.
California has wildfire spending on anything and everything their public employee unions want. when times were good and the money rolling in -- Ely spent like a drunken sailor AND obligated themselves to keep on spending that way. doesn't work. reality intrudes and the party's over.
I am so glad you asked that question. Here is our Governor, in his own words, at our Tea Party giving the reason.
Because Texas does not have anyone who can add and subtract to keep the books.