Kudos to the Courage Campaign who is elevating the snark to new levels by sending out today a mass e-mail to supporters (thanks to the protesting of the passing of Proposition 8, I am one of those supporters) with a goofy 67 second clip with a dude trying to pass off "Arnoldbucks" as real currency to a liquor store owner, a vending machine and others.
Doesn't matter to me if the clip was staged (that's my bet) or an actual submission, the point it makes is quite valid: If California's Legislature and Governator cannot pass a budget to make up a 40 billion dollar shortfall, the state will eventually issue IOUs instead of money California has done this once before and I received them in 1992 as I get slightly more than minimum wage as an IHSS worker . The banks in California accepted those and treated them as if they were real checks. I may luck out this time around, it seems, but many who rely on state funding may want to prepare.
So, you Californians who voted for Schwarzenegger, how's the California Recovery Plan from late 2003 working out for you?