California High Speed Boondoggle Turns Social Program


#1

What is better than a high speed train? One built by homeless people, high school drop-outs and the unemployable.I don’t believe they had any of these requirements when work was done on the SF Bay Bridge. Those contracts when to the contractor that could get the job done the fastest and at the least cost.If you live in California be ready for wallet rape.Neediest valley workers will get shot at high-speed rail jobs - Local - Modbee.com


#2

Actually, San Joaquin Valley has high unemployment, courtesy of a court-mandated water shortage. So many unemployed there aare legal, have homes, ddon’t have chemical addictions, etc… But that doesn’t mean they have the skills and experience necessary for these construction jobs.