Most people reading this knew Brown would be a socialist-leaning Governor if elected in California. The only thing missing was something recent he might say to prove that point; he's been playing the center up until now.
Behold, the closet door falls open. Apparently with Bill Clinton and Gavin Newsom by his side, Moonbeam just couldn't help himself.
Via No Governor Moonbeam;
Glad to see Whitman is taking the side of the taxpayers.
At a campaign stop in Redding, Whitman pointed out her differences with Moonbeam when it comes to priority for admission to taxpayer-funded colleges.
She chastised Democratic rival Jerry Brown for suggesting at a recent rally that California is still wealthy enough to allow undocumented workers and their children to attend state universities if they qualify.
“Either (Brown) doesn’t recognize we’re in a budget crisis or he’s pandering for votes,” Whitman said, adding she’d give admission priority at public universities to taxpayers.
As he made clear at his speech at UCLA, Jerry Brown's top priority is undocumented workers and their children.
So when Jerry Brown says; "We have enough wealth to continue to have a great university and get every kid into this school that can qualify. Now when I say every young man and young woman, I mean everyone – whether they are documented or not. If they went to school, they ought to be here.", what he of course means is more money California doesn't have will go to people who shouldn't be here in the first place, while people who should be given priority in state universities (people who are here legally) are given a lesser priority.
And while on the subject of money California doesn't have, with billions in debt, Brown says "We have enough wealth..." meaning he's going to take it from you if you live and/or pay taxes in California. Don't think he's just going to "get it from the rich", because as I mentioned elsewhere, you are "the rich" if you make over $47,055 per year.