We have seen the future, and it sucks.

The Cost of California’s Public Pensions Is Breaking the Bank. Here’s One Reason This Problem Is So Hard to Fix

11th April 2017

Read it.

The fate of reform measures hangs on ballot language written by the state attorney general, usually a Democrat elected with strong union support.

When you’re buying votes using Other People’s Money, there is no incentive to stint.

As California becomes more and more Democrat, i.e more and more socialist, it comes closer and closer to the point where it will just collapse. See Venezuela for how this works in a place that doesn’t have so much Other People’s Money as California.

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