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Destroying the California Dream

rob1633 Wrote: May 03, 2012 9:16 AM
You folks that express the idea that we can just allow CA to fall obviously don't understand that CA's geographic size is the same as Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, and Virginia...combined! It has more agricultural production than twice that number of states, not to get into every other industry that produces there. To just shrug and ignore CA is to hand the Dems a huge advantage that is pretty difficult for us to ever recover from. The rest of the US just does not have the population to overcome the political advantage in electoral votes, let alone every other advantage. The only thing we have going for us right now is that CA government is self destructing at every level. Now is the time to prevent us being drug down with them
beefonrocks Wrote: May 03, 2012 10:47 AM
If our recent recession has taught us anything, it should be that there should be no classification of "too big to fail"

California will suffer whatever fate its citizens allow. The remainder of the country has no influence or vote.

As for the economy of California, it is moving, rapidly, to other parts of the country. There is nothing in California's economy that cannot be replaced elsewhere.

The best thing for our country's future is to see California swirl down the drain, so as to place a resounding punctuation on the fate of a nanny state.

Cuba is a one-party state. North Korea is a one-party state. California is a one-party state.

I'm not trying to draw any false parallels.

But I've noticed bad things happen when one political party has complete control of a government for too long, whether it's the Communist Party that's wrecked Cuba for 50 years or the Democrat Party that's wrecked California for 40.

So far, the Democrat monopoly in Sacramento has done nothing to cause Californians who seek greater freedom, lower taxes and a better business climate to begin taking rafts to Oregon or Mexico. But give the Democrats time.