Lies and Liars Regarding Ballot Propositions

By John Jay

I urgently, repeat urgently, request  that all voters out there check out a website before voting for any ballot proposition.  The web site is www.fppc.ca.gov/. That is the web site for the “California Fair Political Practices Commission” (FPPC), which tracks all contributions to candidates and ballot propositions. Use any web browser to get there: Firefox, Google Chrome, MSIE.
 
I did some research on the one which has the most flagrant lies of all, especially on television; Proposition 23.  The television ads for this proposition are 100 percent false, repeat false!  Here is the exact web address (URL) for this ballot proposition:   http://www.fppc.ca.gov/transparency/top-contributors/nov-20-gen.html 
 
I was shocked to see that the top 4 contributors for the “NO on 23” propaganda were all companies that were making big bucks from kidney dialysis patient. The top four contributors trying to kill Prop 23 paid $93 million to do so!!!  Furthermore none of them, repeat none of them is from California. One company is from DC.  One is from Kansas.  One is from Texas. And the forth one is from Tennessee! Again, these are the “liars” who are trying to kill the proposition and they are the ones receiving all or most of the money paid for kidney dialysis in California.  Shocking to say the least.
 
There are currently few stringent regulations on kidney dialysis in this state.  Prop 23 is trying to put in place some real regulations, to save the lives of kidney dialysis patients.  So (in my opinion) those trying to block these new regulations are engaging in the crime of negligent homicide to kill or otherwise harm these
helpless patients!

The views and opinions expressed in this commentary are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the official position of Citizens Journal.


JOHN JAY, Oxnard resident, “Voice of Truth”

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