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Saturday, September 15, 2012

Tax dollars used to campaign for tax increases

A New Socialist Low  -  Using your tax dollars to campaign for tax increases
  • Leftist Democrats in the Cal State system are sending out hundreds of thousands of taxpayer funded letters urging a yes vote on Comrade Brown's Prop. 30 tax increase.
  • Scumbag Leftists will do anything to keep sucking dry those who work for a living.

Hundreds of thousands of applicants to the People's California State University campuses this year will be receiving a campaign letter instead of the typical warm note thanking them for their interest.

The Los Angeles Times reports that potential students will be told they might not be admitted unless tax increases are passed.

The letter also will say no admissions decisions will be made until a few weeks after the election, a departure from the usual policy of notifying applicants beginning in October.

The likely take-away: Vote Yes on Proposition 30 to help boost your prospects.

"Because enrollment capacity is tied to the amount of available state funding, the campuses will be able to admit more applicants if Proposition 30 passes and fewer applicants if the proposition fails," says a draft of a letter to be emailed to applicants at CSU Monterey Bay starting Oct. 1.

Every CSU campus will send out a similar letter, university officials said. Most of the prospective students are also potential voters, but the officials vehemently denied any political undertones in their message.

Jon Coupal, president of the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers' Assn., sent a letter to university officials asserting that their plan appeared to run afoul of the law.
(Los Angeles Times)

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