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Be An Uncle Tom for Life

aferndale Wrote: Oct 31, 2014 7:05 AM
Living in Oakland, CA was my wake up call regarding how blacks are perceived by Dems. It was so negative I left the Dem Party. I remember one Dem asking me "do you like blacks?" My response "I don't know, I haven't met them all yet." The idea that all members of any racial group would all think or vote the same seems the epitome of racism. People are individuals & that individuality should be honored.
Although my husband & I moved from a Blue State to a Red State recently we actually vote exactly like the Red State where we relocated. We are the 3rd couple we know who left CA in the last year for our new Red State & none of us vote for Dems. Funny how the media never mentions what we have experienced---conservatives moving away from Blue States & going to Red States because they want to live with people who share their conservative views & values.
I don't understand these young feminists. If anyone had suggested to me that I needed government (or anyone else) to pay for my contraceptives I would have been insulted. My goal was to call my own shots in my career, start my own business & make as much money as a man who owned a successful business would make. Thankfully, I met those goals. Financial independence is one of the must haves for any woman who wants to chart her own course in the world.
With all the myriad problems CA has & these Einsteins are arguing about bags. I'm just so thankful my family got out of there, life is so much better when you live in a well managed state.
Well, I'm glad Rep Curtis made it home safe tonight, but I'm a woman who has been mugged 3 times. The last time 2 men had a knife at my throat. I hope Rep Curtis is never in that situation, but until she is I won't be taking her advice on how to protect myself.
Just moved from CA to southern state who is not agreeing to any of this. Our State has been asking & asking the Feds if they are sending illegals here, but they are refusing to respond. My state is not the problem, but the Feds are. We need to send all these people back to their country of origin.
I owned a business for many years in the SF Financial District, it was the "Wall St of the West" when I moved there from the Midwest. SF used to be very pro-Biz & entrepreneurs flocked there, schools were good, housing was pretty expensive, but you could still live in a safe neighborhood not too far from downtown. But the loons took over & slowly but surely the city became filthy & unsafe--I was mugged 3 times. So last year we sold everything & moved out of CA & I can't say I miss it, our new state is clean, safe, beautiful & supportive of the new Biz we are starting. You are right Barbara, SF is a mess, like the rest of CA & what they're eating is the least of the problems, but you'll never get SF politicians to admit that. Their utopian dreams are really a nightmare.
Mr Tanner, you seem unable to comprehend the difference between controlled, legal immigration & invasion. There ARE differences & there ARE inherent dangers in allowing an invasion of our country. Let me share one danger my husband I experienced personally. In 2010, my husband & I were living in a sparsely populated county in Northern CA. We also still owned a house in the San Francisco Bay Area, which we visited a few times a year. I wasn't terribly concerned when my husband returned form a visit to the city house with a bad cough, we thought he had a cold. Unfortunately, he just kept getting sicker & sicker. Then we heard that Emergency Rooms across the Bay Area were being inundated by mostly Hispanics with cases of whooping cough. My husband went to his Dr & tested positive for (pertussis) whooping cough. By this time I'd also started coughing & called my Dr who told me I couldn't possibly have whooping cough since it had been eradicated in the US before my birth. The Dr asked if I'd been out of the country, I had not. My Dr tested me for whooping cough and it was confirmed that I had contracted whooping cough just like my husband. We were the only 2 cases of whooping cough in our rural county. My very rational fear is that Americans will die from the diseases the current invaders are bringing to our country just like people died inCA from whooping cough. How will you feel then Mr Tanner?
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Another Company Abandons California

aferndale Wrote: Apr 29, 2014 8:33 AM
My husband & I left CA last year, we were one of 3 couples who moved to SC last year that we know. When our realtor took us to a 4000 sg ft house on 2.25 acres with a pool & pool house we thought he hadn't heard our price range. Now we live in a beautiful house in a safe, friendly area. Our neighbors even brought us cookies when we moved in! Since we're Republicans we fit in here better than we ever did in "progressive" CA. Within the next year or so we will be selling our CA rental property & buying near our new home. Moving south has been great for us. I'd encourage other CA Republicans to consider making the move, you won't be disappointed! However, if you are a Lib or Progressive please stay in CA, we agree with our new neighbors--you are not wanted here!
Jeb Bush feels exactly the same way about Amnesty that the Democratic Party does, maybe he should join the Dems instead of trying to get the GOP to conform. However, since folks like Fox News owner Rupert Murdoch & the US Chamber of Commerce want cheap labor I guess citizens will be screwed over once again! Hope you & your children don't plan ion getting ahead in this country because you've just been disenfranchised in your own country. For many Americans who've been in this country for generations it's very hard to see the country your grandparents fought wars for, worked hard on farms or in factories for just given away to the invaders from our Southern borders. US citizens are no longer wanted in this country, we are being disenfranchised everyday, where can our children go? Will there be a country that takes us in like the Democratic Party has taken in illegal Hispanics?
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