To the Editor:
Jerry Brown is blackmailing Californians. Why does Brown always pick-on the most vulnerable, education and the public services? He should close commerial and corporate tax loopholes, introduce an oil extraction tax, an oil corporation, windfall-profits tax, Chevron of San Ramon made $27 billions in 2011 and paid no federal tax, and trim the service debt paid to Wall Street. Students and the poor are being blamed for the deficit crisis. The high-speed railway should be put on hold, until a few years after the budget is balanced. These taxes have to be rolled back. These budget cuts will prolong the recession.
To the Editor:
I have been impressed with Cory Booker, and wishfully dreaming he will be part of a Hillary Clinton/Cory Booker ticket in the 2016 Presidential Election. I realize no one is perfect, and today everything you ever said can come back to haunt you. I have not been completely happy with President Obama, however after seeing the hate and bigoted tone of the Republicans in this primary season … I will work much harder to make sure Obama is reelected. As for “G”all Street … don’t get me started. When we start seeing them with numbers on their chest, then I trust them. Until that time, I’m a 99%!
126 Hyde Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
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