California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger entered the last year of office. After six years serving Head of State, a movie star who has become the governor should be willing to face the reality that he failed to deliver on promised fiscal reforms at the beginning of his term, and the chance to fulfill that promise dwindled. Last year his office will most likely be marked by economic misfortune that has hit the state in recent years and caused collapse of tax revenues. "There's something very wrong with our budget, our tax system. Also there is something very wrong with our budget system because we do not have emergency funds to cover this reduction, reduction, so I have been talking about it since I took office and I will continue to speak and fight for issues like that. "He said.
However, the governor who is always optimistic, said that he would continue to seek an aggressive agenda in the year 2010 which will include plans for tax reform, politics, and retirement. In the state of Arnold Schwarzenegger's speech is expected to explain how the state of California thinks and how he plans to guide the state through one year of this heavier. Arnold Schwarzenegger press secretary, Aaron McLear, said California also will seek to get more money from the federal government because the state only receives 78 cents of every dollar sent to Washington. Being a "donor state" is a position that no longer held California after nearly 60 billion dollar budget adjustments during the two fiscal years through large cuts in educational programs and social services, temporary tax increases, and funding of the federal stimulus done, McLear said.
After making major cuts in programs and high school education, higher education, health services, and other programs to close the budget deficit over the last two years, Schwarzenegger had little option as he described the budget plan for fiscal year 2010-1011 and little opportunity to display a beautiful picture of the state. Even expected, California will still be a deficit budget of 14 billion dollars in the next fiscal year. Republican governors seemed not ready to release his power as leader of the state's most populous in the United States. "I do not acknowledge the fact that this is my state speech last or that this is my last year.
So let me live in denial, "he said about his plans for his tenure last year. With declining state revenues, it also decreases the level of support in the governor performer formerly known as an action movie like Terminator, now only a 27 percent. "From the point of popularity, not much he can do," said Jack Pitney, professor of political science at Claremont McKenna College. "The government does not put Schwarzenegger's Obama's priority list," said Pitney.