California Democrats misinterpreting supermajority status

When a giant ship is slowly turning, you don't notice it fully unless you are on deck.  If you are down below in the tiki bar, head buried in a hollowed out coconut full of umbrellas, you may entirely miss the direction of where you are headed. As a nation, if you are a California Democrat legislator, you are definitely below the water line, insulated from your vestibular tracking mechanism. After California Democrats shored up two-thirds supermajority control of the legislature, holding 27 out of 40 senate seats, in addition to an already ossified barnacle like Jerry Brown – a relic, really – the early signs were reactionary venom from their misinterpretation of the forward momentum of the nation when compared to their stationary position of being left entirely behind. Especially worrisome were the remarks of Senate President Pro Tem Kevin de León (D-Los Angeles) and Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon (D-Paramount), who mounted an...(Read Full Post)