No on everything
|Adam Probolsky over at the FlashReport says the California would best be served if voters thumbed down everything on the November ballot. |
During the American Revolution our founders and indeed all the people of the colonies gave up security, property and most importantly young able bodied men who fought our war against the British.
You might think the analogy dramatic, but it works. If we are to vote no on Proposition 83, 85 (parental consent) and 90 we will be sacrificing our property rights and indeed our unborn and sadly one could argue the security of our youth. But given the choice, I would argue the sum total of the damage the other measures would bring, I would oppose them all.
Of course the real world ballot does not require the voters to vote a yea or nay on them as a package. So choose wisely, but if you get mixed up on which measures are good and which cause damage, just vote no on them all.
Voters have rejected every measure put before them since 2004.