Compared to The Herald, the TV news looks good. For six months prior to last year’s election you told us the sky would fall if Initiative 695 passed. I-695 passed and the sky didn’t fall. For the last six months you have not been telling us that they sky would fall if initiatives 728 and 732 passed. Why not? The Nov. 11 Herald told us that these initiatives will divert $100 millions more from the general fund than I-695 did. Could one of your experts explain why losing the first $800 million will cause the sky to fall but loosing the second $800 million will make the sky stronger? Any wonder why some people vote Libertarian?
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