Against California High Speed Rail by Mark R. Powell

Let Your Voice Be Heard…Now

“All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.” (Edmund Burke)

Do something good.  Don’t let evil and crony capitalism triumph.  Take a few minutes to write to your state legislators (senator and assemblyman) or better yet, call their office(s) and voice your opposition to Brown’s Boondoggle.  Voice your concern over the high cost, non-existent funding plan, unfounded ridership claims, environmental damage, or anything else you find offensive about the high speed rail project.   Make your voice heard now before the legislature votes this week to release billions of your tax dollars to begin construction of the high speed Train to Nowhere.

Your legislators’ email addresses and phone numbers are only a click away.

Good luck and thank you for your time.

Mark R. Powell
Against California High Speed Rail

2 Responses to Let Your Voice Be Heard…Now

  1. Tim Lyng says:

    Stop spending on HSR until we can afford it. Californians are buried in debt alreadt. Called “Taxed Enough Already” (TEA)…as in the TEA Party! Heard of them?

  2. Dan Swanson says:

    In my opinion gov Brown wants a personal legacy to be remembered by and so it looks like it will be the HSR at the expense of CA taxpayers. Pushing aside independent studies which revealed the HSR should not be attempted at this time, the guv and the dems blindly forge ahead. Education should trump this government money pit. I know educators that still use their own monies to help subsidize school supplies and other necessities. Another nightmare to consider is the losses Amtrak sustains and their never ending delays. Can you imagine what a boondoggle this HSR project will be? Why do we keep electing officials that are only concerned about votes and selfish agendas instead of truly helping California residents? Better scrutiny by voters of political candidates will help otherwise it will be more of the same tax and spend while our education system stagnates!

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