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Gavin Newsom campaigns (for jobs) in Beverly Hills

Thursday, October 13, 2011

imageThere he goes again. Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom, who ruffled Democratic feathers two weeks ago in Half Moon Bay by calling out his own party for failing to create jobs, is back on the same theme, campaign-style. This morning it was at an economic conference in Beverly Hills, Capitol Alert says:

We cleaned everyone's clock, we left everyone in the dust between 1950 and 1980 in California," Newsom said at the Milken Institute's State of the State Conference at The Beverly Hilton. "The last 30 years, we put up our legs, we sat back. We're like the aging high school football player who talks about the good ol' days."


“There are so many things we can do where money is not the issue," he said. "The money's out there. What we lack are new ideas."

Add: Newsom, who’s barn-stormed the state of late, was in the Sierra foothills Wednesday for a speech and a half-hour radio interview in Sonora.

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