• Debby Bodkin

    The OC Board of Supervisors do NOT need any further authority to abuse their power to act on behalf of the common good of the People. The OC Board of Supervisors, OC District Attorney Rackauckas, OC Sheriff Sandra Hutchens and County Counsel have been nothing but an embarrassment and disgrace to hard working citizens.

    If the OC Board of Supervisors were given further authority over CalOptima, OC’s history is proof that the OC District Attorney and/or OC Sheriff, the 2 largest law enforcement agencies in the OC responsible for investigating public corruption crimes, would NEVER investigate, prosecute and/or enforce federal and state laws that protect the elderly and low income citizens.

    Thank you Governor Brown for taking a tiny step toward STOPPING any additional public corruption crimes in the OC. In the OC, it is all about public corruption and continuing a criminal/civil RICO enterprise that has enabled wrongdoers to laugh all the way to the bank.

  • LFOldTimer

    This is the only time I have ever agreed with Gov. Clown. Whatever the BoS touched at CalOptima turned to manure. Had the BoS taken over control of CalOptima it would only be a matter of time before we had epidemics of disease and people dying on the OC streets – like in Bangladesh. But campaign donations would have peaked at all-time record highs.

    Like a broken clock, even a buffoon like Gov. Clown gets it right once in awhile.

  • frustrated

    “They are only battling over providing for the health care needs of OC elderly and low income recipients….
    But in many cases that battle is not being won but the takeover is and should not be of essence.
    Take care of the people not the executives. There are 53,000 homeless on the streets in OC and their needs are not being met. They are being treated as if they are criminals.

  • verifiedsane

    The state criminal cartel takes a stand against the county criminal cartel…what could go wrong here one might ask? They are only battling over providing for the health care needs of OC elderly and low income recipients….

    • No, I believe the battle is from the board of supervisors trying to get their greedy paws on the billions in funding… They can care less about health care for elderly & poor, (Oh unless there is headlines in it for them)

      • verifiedsane

        One dysfunctional bureaucracy fighting with another…it’s really a coin flip when deciding which poison pill to swallow..