California, the state that believes they have the moral intellect to tell the rest of the country what to do is at it again. California’s progressive and liberal policies are bankrupting the state and the homeless population is literally flooding the cities, and are free to defecate anywhere. California is full of sanctuary cities and try to force the rest of the country to accept illegal immigrants and provide them with the same rights as all law-abiding citizens.
Now California legislature is taking on voting; another freedom enjoyed by Americans which the state wants to control. Earlier this week the state Assembly introduced a proposal requiring voters to, well, vote. “Democracy is not a spectator sport – it requires the active participation of all its citizens,” said the bill’s author Marc Levine, D-San Rafael. Rafael’s written statement continued to read: “California is a national leader on expanding voting rights to its citizens. Those rights come with a responsibility by registered voters to cast their ballot and make sure that their voice is heard by their government.”
Talk about quid pro quo. California progressives are essentially saying “hey, we have defied the rest of the country by expanding voting rights to illegal immigrants, criminals, etc. In return, you must keep voting for our progressive policies that turn your illegal actions into legal ones.” And as per usual, Californians are delusional in believing that “California is a national leader” on anything, let alone “expanding voting rights to its citizens.”
Levine’s proposal, Assembly Bill 2070 would require every Californian registered to vote to “cast a ballot, marked or unmarked in whole or in part, at every election held within the territory within which the person resides.” MSN News said of the bill, “The proposal, introduced in the state Assembly on Tuesday, would be unprecedented and probably challenged in court should it ultimately become law. It would place the burden for determining the civil penalty and the ultimate punishment on the secretary of state, California’s chief elections officer.”