Wednesday, May 22, 2024

Gov. Newsom, Legislative Analyst now mostly agree on estimated budget shortfall

After months of having two totally different projections, Gov. Gavin Newsom and the non-partisan Legislative Analyst's Office seem to be on the same page about the size of the state's budget shortfall.

Earlier this year, the governor estimated the figure at $38 billion, while the LAO stated it could reach up to $73 billion.


  1. That's a whole lot of "not my problem". Californians have voted for this, and should get it. Right up their ass

    1. Disenfranchised HonkeyMay 22, 2024 at 12:55 PM

      SOME Californians have voted for this. And some illegal parasites too.

    2. Haven't you heard, Honkey? ALL Californians are stupid Newsom ass-lickers. Even if they're fifth generation ranchers that live in rural NorCal counties that voted for Trump by margins of 65% in 2020.

      But God forbid they move into the whiners' states and pollute their 'Conservative' politics. After all, Californians are all the same.

  2. How long before the California Congrescritters start agitating for a Federal bailout?

  3. Handful of gimme and mouth full of much obliged.


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