CA. Cities Going Bankrupt

CA. Cities Going Bankrupt

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#1 Apr 8, 2012
The Los Angeles city deficit is now 222 million dollars. It is projected to be approx. 427 million by 2014 t0 2015. There is talk of bankruptcy if the voters won't approve new fees and taxes along with the city laying off public union employees and privatizing city services.

The city is paying out more than 222 million dollars annually to illegals and their anchor babies. If they cut them off they wouldn't need to raise fees and taxes and lay city workers off and privatize city services.

Oh, I forgot, illegals and their anchor babies are "first class" undocumented "citizens" of CA. and are undocumented "democrat" voters. The open border/pro-illegal democrat politicians will "protect and serve" the illegals and their anchor babies no matter how much they will bankrupt L.A., or, no matter how much they have to raise fees and taxes on the "legal" second class citizens.

Stockton and Mammoth Lake CA. are already going through arbitration in regards to filing for bankruptcy.

Those democrats sure know how to bankrupt cities...

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