An unusually large number of ballot initiatives have substantial backing from groups like the state Chamber of Commerce, statewide organizations of California cities and counties, individual state legislators and activist organizations. They are paying millions to get the signatures needed to make the November ballot. Many will succeed. This may be good for their causes, but it’s bad for California.
Protecting the Development Fund for Iraq and Certain Other Property in Which Iraq Has an Interest
To create a dependency dynamic between him and the electorate, Bush describes the nation as being in a perpetual state of crisis and then attempts to convince the electorate that it is powerless and that he is the only one with the strength to deal with it. He attempts to persuade people they must transfer power to him, thus crushing the power of the citizen, the Congress, the Democratic Party, to concentrate all power in the imperial presidency and the Republican Party.