"He who frames the question wins the debate" (quote by Randall Terry). In the Bay Area, it seems that one side is framing a lot of debates. Here is a chance to modify questions, and maybe even bend a debate or two.
Next 10 Budget Town Hall
Hosted by California Assemblyman Philip Y. Ting
Thursday, May 11, 2017, 6:00 – 7:30 pm
County Fair Building, Golden Gate Park
1199 9th Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94122
“Next 10” is an interactive set up whereby participants contribute their input to scenarios. In this case, participants collaborate in allocating revenues and expenditures to the California budget.
If participants are progressives, the resulting budget will reflect their liberal-leaning choices. A different budget will result from a liberty-leaning fiscal-conservative audience, or even a mixed audience. It might be good for Assemblyman Ting not get the impressing that he is ruling over a monolithic progressive base.
Here is the link to Mr. Ting’s website where you can RSVP for this event: https://a19.asmdc.org/event/next-10-budget-town-hall-0
Thank you to Golden Gate Liberty Revolution (aka The Ron Paul Meetup Group) for alerting the Nine-County Coalition regarding this event.
We added a summary of Governor Brown's proposed budget, as well as our own brief comments in an additional blog article.