My father turned 90 years old in September. In the past,
when I got excited about an upcoming election, he said
something wise. It won't matter. "Nothing will change."
Dad based that observation on surviving numerous
elections and their results. He was right, if you sub-
scribe to the view below ["TWO ARE ONE"] that the
are nearly identical.
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|Post-election notes... The SM Times reported that I, Gary Tutin, believe that PG&E is a monopoly and that ratepayers would end up footing the bill for the San Bruno disaster [see left box]. That's what today's paper reports. To the tune of $1 billion...
is monetising US debt, which will devalue the currency, just as food and commodity prices are about to soar...
Insurance provider AARP announced they are raising premiums from 8 to 13 percent. They were big supporters of Obamacare because they said it would keep premiums down. Now they say premiums would have gone up more without the new entitlement, one of those claims no one can prove. Like most newspapers in California, AARP are basically Democratic party apologists.