Meg Whitman's plan to boost California's economy by cutting taxes and government regulations touched off debate Tuesday between liberal economists, who called it "deeply flawed" and potentially damaging to the state's economy, and conservatives who praised it as a "well-planned road map" to recovery.
Yeah, instead of following that "deeply flawed plan," just keep raising taxes and piling on the regulations. That always works. Trying to improve the state's economy by creating a better climate for business is such a desperate, rightwing nutjob move. Oh, and don't forget this:
The report did not compare Whitman's economic-recovery proposals with those of Democrat Jerry Brown, her rival in the Nov. 2 election, because he has not released an economic policy program, aside from promoting green jobs.
Well, hell, green jobs will solve everything. Never mind, Meg.