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January 28, 2010

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With the city of San Diego now in a severe budget crunch, and news reports that major crimes are way down - I can see a strong push by city authorities to cut back on future law enforcement funding. I hate to say it, but it's practically a no-brainer. The bean counters will HAVE to cut money from budgets, so this puts the police on the firing line (not to mention pension plans for policemen as well).

No need to tell you where that will eventually take us.

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Will be interesting to see what happens when they have let all those prisoners back on the street from their budget woes.

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