Bob Filner, the congressman running for mayor, says some pretty bold things.
He says he has a plan that will deal with the city’s never ending employee pension problem — save hundreds of millions of dollars. He says it neither cuts benefits nor raises taxes. It’s like a goat that gives you milk, delicious cheese, ice cream and a back massage.
Unfortunately, he has yet to release the details.
His entire plan for the economy revolves around expanding the port of San Diego into something that can compete with the longshoremen heavens of Long Beach and Los Angeles. That would be a massive facility. But I’ve yet to hear him address what that would mean for Barrio Logan, which appears more VOSD on Facebook.
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