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Democratic Gov. Kate Brown of Oregon Might Sell State Assets to Highest Bidder

18th May 2017

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Oregon is currently struggling with a $22 billion pension deficit. This is a problem that has been growing for years, and just last month, Gov. Kate Brown announced a plan to sell $5 billion worth of public assets to aid the fight against the state’s deficit.

According to Brown, everything could be sold, for the right price, except for state forests, parks and prisons.

In this week’s exciting episode, Democrats learn the facts of life, that the problem with socialism is that eventually you run out of other people’s money.

3 Responses to “Democratic Gov. Kate Brown of Oregon Might Sell State Assets to Highest Bidder”

  1. Elganned Says:

    So, pensions and retirement accounts are now “socialism”?
    Your twisted view of the world is starting to unhinge your grip on reality.

  2. Tim of Angle Says:

    Excessive pensions for public employees are socialism, the system under which government apparatchiks prosper and everyone else lives in penury. If they weren’t so generous with politically powerful public employee unions, they wouldn’t be in trouble. Your ignorance of what is going on suggests that your grip on reality was never hinged.

  3. Elganned Says:

    “Excessive” is in the eye of the beholder.
    The length of a minute depends entirely upon which side of the bathroom door you’re standing.