If these results hold, you better hope grandma likes not getting her insulin management and you don’t mind underfunded schools and police and fire departments. And crumbling infrastructure.Initiative-master Tim Eyman–featured in our list of 22 things we wish were April Fools’ jokes–sent out an e-mail today touting a Rasmussen Poll that has his I-1033–which would freeze government spending at recession levels–getting 61% of the vote, with 31% opposed and 8% undecided. Some of those numbers aren’t as bad as they look–only 21% “definitely favor” the measure. And support may drop as people realize what a disaster it would bring, as local governments, public safety agencies, etc. speak out about it (the Shoreline City Council announced its unanimous opposition to the measure today.) But it’s still pretty scary.