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The Bankrupt Leading the Bankrupt

awhitehead Wrote: Aug 27, 2012 4:18 PM
I live in the Central Valley and I don't understand that hi-speed train either. Don't assume all of we whom live in California are as crazy as Moonbeam. Don't forget that Moonbeam is a trust-fund baby; he went into politics for the same reason his dad did; to con the rubes into an easy gig where you get your butt kissed 300 times a day, a free limo, and you don't have to go near the unwashed masses. Moonbeam, like the rich lib's on the coast, will never see the results of the push for increasing taxes or onerous regulation...they've never held real jobs in their lives. Besides, if the taxes get too high, they'll move to Oregon or Washington State and help to spread California values up there.
SMyles Wrote: Aug 27, 2012 4:33 PM
I gladly left a some years ago. I still own some property there and I'm wondering if I should sell it before they throw prop. 13 in the trash. Virtually all of the state Democratic politicians are certifiable. Sadly, geographically CA is red and many folks are hard working "normal" people. But the mass population along the coast is a cesspool of progressive ignorance.

If the world without a strong American economy struggles, so too does an America without a strong California economy. 

The Golden State, which once represented the promise of America, is mired in swampland of broken promises, graft, political stupidity and liberal fantasy.

And if California represents the very best government that liberals can give us- and it likely does- then this country had better take a deep breath and step away from progressive math.

Because, it just doesn’t add up.

California has a government that is structurally unable to support its’ addiction to runaway government spending- like DC;...