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Even San Diego Looking at Pension Reform

RICHARD191 Wrote: Jun 09, 2012 6:35 PM
Mona Charen said "that's what the tea party is all about" I beg to differ: That's what the establishment / professional politicians. Well, they did it again! We have been bamboozled! The pollsters are made our choices for us. They give us professional / establishment people to vote for especially in the primaries. The pollsters will not give us true information concerning the choices! Consider: who does the poorest in the polls? CONGRESS! How about which houses of Congress? I submit to you; we need a poll to tell us how the tea party is doing. Not a blanket Congress, but new vs. professional/ or establishment politician. I have been asking for this on many posts; yet they will not give it. Richard D Gregory SR

You know it's bad when even a California city is forced to consider a fiscally responsible proposition.  A local San Diego news outlet reports:
 

San Diego voters Tuesday night were favoring a pair of labor-related ballot measures that drew intense opposition from area unions, according to early election results released by the Registrar of Voters Office. ...

Proposition B, which would close the city's debt-ridden pension system to most new employees, was being backed by 69.2 percent of voters. ...

If Proposition B passes, new city employees other than police officers...