on the props that passed? Only a couple were worth passing. We are already in the hole. Now all those props that passed are going to make thing worse and our grandkids are going to have to pay for them.Answer Question
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Answer by WAganma56 at 3:09 AM on Nov. 11, 2008
gdiamante, I completely agree. Ballot initiatives are confusing for voters, paid for by special interest groups and generally just a waste of time for everyone. For example, the alternative fuel bonds measure was really not very helpful in moving towards alternative fuels. There were a lot of concerning issues tacked on to that prop that were unnecessary and poorly planned. On the other hand, I actually thought the high-speed train was a good idea. It may really cut back on the building and maintaining of freeways, additions to airports to support commuter growth, and might cut down the need for more flights to and from SF to LA which is a huge part of a fuel usage. But, my opinion aside (which is exactly why we don't need all these props), they are a really bad idea and should be cut back considerably. That's why we elect representatives.
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