Best- and worst-run US cities
Elected officials must work with the available resources to keep budgets balanced. And you'll find cities at both extremes in California.
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Maybe the California public employees should be required to pay into their retirement funds (like Federal employees do) and health care. Wow, nothing coming in and everything going out. What did San B. expect was going to happen?
Where were you during the 8 Bush years. Two wars, lies about the economy, corruption, kicked the Constitution to the curb, wouldn't allow dissenters anywhere near him, (can you just imagine Bush allowing people with guns to show up for his town meetings). Cheney, Rove, Rumsfeld all got rich while serving in Washington. And all their little Republican friends were told that the economy was going to tank so they could move their billions out of the country. Hello, Romney. Why do you think that Mr. Bush, et el, are NEVER mentioned by the GOP. And, why is it so hard to believe that People DON"T want any more angry, old, rich white men to run this country.
riviera beach, florida. just north of wpb. live up here and you'll hear gun fire every night from the ghetto that makes up the eastern portion of this place. not too worried as i live in a gated community with armed security. plus i have my good buddy, my little .380 right under my bed, so i sleep well.
well it all boils down to this. if you're not upwardly mobile, you're screwed.
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