“The state will have to go through a financial collapse to have a chance at restoring sanity.”
That is EXACTLY what needs to occur. And actually, the more radically Leftist the government here becomes, the more quickly that event is going to take place. As for moving, at my age, that isn’t a good option. Besides, moving out is simply giving in, which is what too many of you “outsiders” see as the right course of action. We would not have a country today, if you had been the majority back in 1776. The fact of the matter is is that you are simply a bunch of gutless weenies, who see bailing out as a moral course for those of us who made this state our life-long home. If I told you openly what I really thought of you, this post would be removed. Magnum44, yeah right, that’s probably simply your waist measurement, which compliments your size 4 hat size.
In addition to your two awesome posts, I would like to add:
I recommend that everyone look at the county by county vote tally for Trump in CA. You will see that not “ALL” California is Liberal. LA County used illegals to vote for the Queen of Corruption! Thus, the Queen of Corruption claims the popular vote. I can’t wait to see the Commission on Voter Fraud expose the truth of the 2016 election.
We’ve been screwed over because of Voter Fraud and Illegals voting and putting scum into political office in Sacramento.
I don't know who pissed in your cornflakes, but it wasn't me. Just FYI, I am no native, but I have lived in CA for a total of 24 years, and 20 of those these last two decades. I have been gainfully employed the entire time and in any other part of the country my pay would be significant. In CA its getting tougher and tougher to justify. I have already made my retirement plans to move out, just a matter of time. I wont miss the taxes, gun-grabbers, illegals, and enviro-nuts. If you are a CA native and choose to stay, you probably benefited from owning a home that you bought 50 or 60 years ago, cashing in during one of the housing booms of the last 20 years, and retiring in a rural area. That's no reason for you to insult me. If you are like me and transplanted in at a peak market, you would see no benefit to paying a million dollars for a 1800 sq ft home with 6 feet between you and your neighbor. And you'd still be pissed to have to deal with traffic and pot holes and libs everyday.