Liberal politicians force California businesses to leave: Al Muratsuchi’s job killing policies

Craig Huey Economics, Government 0 Comments

Ultra liberal politicians are causing 5.5 companies to leave California every week. Let me give you an example:

California Assemblyman Muratsuchi, of the South Bay lost over 5,000 Torrance, Ca Toyota jobs to Texas.

Then, he loses hundreds of SpaceX jobs to Texas.

Al Muratsuchi also tried to keep Elon Musk’s SpaceX facility in California. He failed again.

Thousands of jobs are going to Texas for the world’s first private command rocket launch facility.

Why? Because job killing regulations, excessive taxes and other costs, that anti business liberals like Muratsuchi vote for, are just too high. Texas adds at least 15% to a company’s bottom line.

Liberal politicians like Al Muratsuchi are destroying jobs, opportunity and hope for California families.

Now, over 6,000  Telesus jobs are going to Nevada, not California.

Al Muratsuchi, Governor Brown and the liberal Democrats failed again. Why?

Because California is the worst state in the nation to do business in for 7 years in a row, according to Chief Executive Magazine.

It’s the worst state for taxes, regulations and frivolous law suits. It’s no surprise that the liberal political policies produce horrible economic results.

Here are some examples of companies that have left California recently:

  • eBay(6,000 jobs)
  • Intel(8,000 jobs)
  • Comcast
  • Campbells Soup
  • Fisher Investments
  • Nokia
  • Occidental Petroleum
  • Petco
  • R.R. Donnelley and Sons
  • Schwab
  • Sharp

   The only way to turn this around—and stop the bleeding—is by voting for candidates who know economics and want to help the poor and middle class by growing real full-time jobs. Note: Go to www.craighuey.com for election recommendations in California.

Will you be voting in this coming General Election? Call me at 310-579-7241 email craig@craighuey.com if you need resources.

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