SACRAMENTO – Assemblymember Jim Frazier, D-Discovery Bay, released the following statement after Gov. Jerry Brown’s final State of the State Address on the Assembly Floor Thursday morning.
“Under Governor Brown’s administration and thoughtful planning, our Golden State is in far better shape today compared to the monumental deficit he inherited when he took office seven years ago. The governor and I have had major differences on issues that are important to my district, specifically the ill-advised Delta tunnels proposal. But I do applaud him for his leadership in righting the state financially these past seven years and for being an advocate for funding our transportation infrastructure.
Now that we are on solid financial footing, the Governor’s budget proposes fully funding the Rainy Day Fund to $13.5 billion, the largest cash reserve in our state’s history. We need to better prepare ourselves for the future. I propose doubling down on the Rainy Day Fund and adding an additional $1 billion to hedge against the next financial downturn.
History has shown us that the economy is like a roller coaster, it goes up and down. We have to be smart and disciplined now to prepare for those eventual economic downturns.”
Assemblymember Frazier represents the 11th Assembly District, which includes the communities of Antioch, Bethel Island, Birds Landing, Brentwood, Byron, Collinsville, Discovery Bay, Fairfield, Isleton, Knightsen, Locke, Oakley, Pittsburg (partial), Rio Vista, Suisun City, Travis AFB, Vacaville and Walnut Grove.
What a tool!
What a POS. You may gulp the kook aid Jim Frazier but the rest of us won’t be ruffied with your liberal kook aid.
I guess Frazier is counting on $1000.00 fines from illegal straw service to get that additional billion.
You are an idiot Frazier because I know you honestly believe that garbage statement you just released! You are nothing more than a lemming of you party!
“Under Governor Brown’s administration and thoughtful planning, our Golden State is in far better shape today compared to the monumental deficit he inherited when he took office seven years ago. Are you Frickin’ kidding me? This state is so screwed up! The middle-class are being priced out of California. Foreign investors are coming here, especially in the Bay Area, paying cash for everthing and renting out to section 8. Now we have toll roads and another increase in bridges soon. It’s sad that my children will never be able to afford to buy a house here. Moonbeam has damaged this state so bad, I’m not sure it can be saved. I will be voting for Mr. Cox.
Hope you still have your hammer, gonna need it jimmy boy.
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