"Why would conservatives in California oppose a proposition that supporters are calling the Stop Hidden Taxes initiative?
Because it doesn't do a thing to address California's runaway spending and skyrocketing deficit. In fact the nonpartisan Legislative Analyst's Office concluded it would add an additional $1 billion in transportation spending and General Fund costs to California's budget each year.
If conservatives have learned anything from eight years of George W. Bush- and the Tea Party's powerful influence might indicate that they have- it's that cutting taxes while increasing spending only plunges the government into more debt, and the taxpayer into more financial obligations down the road."
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