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More About California 2006 bond issues

by Tony Medley

There is $47.5 BILLION dollars worth of bonds on the ballot this year. That's $47,000,000,000! That's a lot of zeros. It is totally irresponsible. Right now the general fund debt-service ratio is 4.2%. It will rise to 4.8% after $30 BILLION of authorized but unsold bonds are sold in the coming years. If these new bonds are approved it will climb to 6%, according to an estimate by the Legislative Analyst's Office. Here's what the highly respected "California Municipal Bond Advisor" says:

"California is still running deficits, even after a huge infusion of tax revenue from the private sector. Now you want voters to approve $43 billion of new bonds? The state already isdoing a crummy job of managing the money it has. Why give the legislators and the special construction interests yet another opportunity to blow the taxpayers' hard-earned money? Have they really earned our trust? We can't make heads or tails of the capital-planning process that led to these bond proposal, no doubt because there really isn't any rhyme or reason behind this orgy of debt."
And this is from someone who supports the issuance of municipal bonds!
Vote "NO" on all the bond proposals. Send a message to the Governor and the legislature that they have to stop the massive, irresponsible government spending.