Red tide stops in blue California

Red tide stops in blue California

There are 28 comments on the Pasadena Star-News story from Nov 3, 2010, titled Red tide stops in blue California. In it, Pasadena Star-News reports that:

Locals vote at South Pasadena City Hall Polling Place on Tuesday, November 2, 2010, in South Pasadena.

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Since: Mar 10

Pasadena, CA

#1 Nov 3, 2010
In a couple of years, after taxes and car registration fees are quadrupled and all California citizens start whining that they can no longer afford to buy food or gas, something tells me Republicans will become a little more welcomed in both the Governor's House and yes, the state legislature.

Good luck Californians...as you end up giving all of your money to the California government simply to fund the most basic of state services.

Since: Jun 10

Pasadena, CA

#2 Nov 3, 2010
For decades, Cali lib pols have specialized in coming up with creative ways to punish and penalize evil corporations, and creating ever expanding fraud riddled utopian programs like IHSS.

Now they will have sole responsibility to attract business to the worst business environment in the country, play referee as the PEUs fight over the shrinking tax base, and face severe criticism as Cali's financial house of cards inevitably crashes in a heap.

All this while AB32 jacks energy costs off the charts and makes a bad business State much much worse.

Oh, and don't count on any help from the Feds. Stimulus is done, and this Congress won't pee on your leg if it was on fire.

This is going to be fun to watch, in a macabre way.

Since: Mar 09

Location hidden

#3 Nov 4, 2010
When we go bankrupt because of our welfare state mindset, Congress won't bail us out. Frankly, we deserve what we get. All the socialist will place the blame on the GOP when the money is all gone. That or blame Bush.
SDJoe

Torrance, CA

#4 Nov 4, 2010
"Republithugs"
"Thomas Jefferson's Feral Children" (Libertarians)
"Pointy-Headed Taxpayers" (after Prop. 13 passed)
"Heartless" and "Uncharitable" (when speaking of the "plight" of illegal aliens)

These are the labels that are attributed to anyone who doesn't share the "ideals" and "intelligence" of the smug and arrogant socialists and their unionized sheep.

You've won, rectal orifices. The State of California will be no more in less than a generation. After you all bury governor moonbeam amidst accolades and mutual-mast*rbatory backpatting, you'll still be in denial as to why the once-4th largest economy on the planet became a 4th-world slum in under 50 years.

Enjoy the fruits of your collectivist dream, gubmint "workers" - there certainly won't be any farms left when the last businesses are chased out by your green regulators.
the king

Castaic, CA

#5 Nov 4, 2010
SDJoe wrote:
"Republithugs"
"Thomas Jefferson's Feral Children" (Libertarians)
"Pointy-Headed Taxpayers" (after Prop. 13 passed)
"Heartless" and "Uncharitable" (when speaking of the "plight" of illegal aliens)
These are the labels that are attributed to anyone who doesn't share the "ideals" and "intelligence" of the smug and arrogant socialists and their unionized sheep.
You've won, rectal orifices. The State of California will be no more in less than a generation. After you all bury governor moonbeam amidst accolades and mutual-mast*rbatory backpatting, you'll still be in denial as to why the once-4th largest economy on the planet became a 4th-world slum in under 50 years.
Enjoy the fruits of your collectivist dream, gubmint "workers" - there certainly won't be any farms left when the last businesses are chased out by your green regulators.
You hit the nail directly on the head with this nice job! Get rid of gubmint "cheese"
Debbie

Pasadena, CA

#6 Nov 4, 2010
California and Nevada are laughing stocks across the nation. We elect an old has-been who has no idea how to create jobs and a liberal who keeps spending and spending. We have huge debt and we also voting for global warming which has been proven to be a hoax. Yes, we are surely going the way of Michigan. Thanks all you brilliant voters out there.

“Rockin the Republic”

Since: May 10

Pasadena

#7 Nov 4, 2010
How STUPID are Californians. I am creating a ballot measure in which it would take a 2/3rd's Voter IQ test to enter a polling booth.
Native Ist

Buena Park, CA

#8 Nov 4, 2010
Want a perhaps partial explanation of where at least some of our horrible ruling elites are coming from? Check out this interactive map:



http://www.forbes.com/2010/06/04/migration-mo...



Click on a locality anywhere in the United States . The black lines denote immigration to the county, the red lines denote emigration from the county.

Now, put your curser on Los Angeles County and click.

Notice all the black lines, streaming in from the northeast?

Notice all the red lines, exploding out to everywhere else (but particularly the Northwest, Southwest and South).


Well, all those liberals from the Northeast have to find somewhere warm to retire.

“Fly low and avoid the penguins”

Since: Dec 09

Pasadena

#9 Nov 4, 2010
Republic Rocker wrote:
How STUPID are Californians. I am creating a ballot measure in which it would take a 2/3rd's Voter IQ test to enter a polling booth.
The courts already ruled that unconstitutional....Damn courts!
PRNDLL

La Mirada, CA

#10 Nov 4, 2010
Republic Rocker wrote:
How STUPID are Californians. I am creating a ballot measure in which it would take a 2/3rd's Voter IQ test to enter a polling booth.
When and where can I sign the petition?
A qualification test for all voters is severely overdue.
This is why they got rid of "civics" classes long ago - the socialists were planning their takeover a long time ago. They wouldn't hire moderate or right-wing teachers, either - only their own marxist revolutionaries.
Rayshawn Blackwell

Pasadena, CA

#11 Nov 4, 2010
The Latino voters in California have spoken. It's too bad they don't care that this state will continue to deteriorate as long as the Democrats are in power.
Pancho Villa

Long Beach, CA

#12 Nov 4, 2010
Rayshawn Blackwell wrote:
The Latino voters in California have spoken. It's too bad they don't care that this state will continue to deteriorate as long as the Democrats are in power.
non-hispanic white voters have spoken...republicans drove america over the cliff and you tea bagger/republicans gave them the keys...be careful tea baggers/republicans we know you only want our votes and our cheap labor...don't belive me go ask meg and pete...lmao
Pancho Villa

Long Beach, CA

#13 Nov 4, 2010
Debbie wrote:
California and Nevada are laughing stocks across the nation. We elect an old has-been who has no idea how to create jobs and a liberal who keeps spending and spending. We have huge debt and we also voting for global warming which has been proven to be a hoax. Yes, we are surely going the way of Michigan. Thanks all you brilliant voters out there.
Hello Debbie...please tell me the republicans/tea baggers have done for america in the last 10 yrs...please tell me...and stop watching faux news, you sound like the scum bagg palin the quitter...
Bean Burrito

Los Angeles, CA

#15 Nov 4, 2010
We should sell California back to Mexico for 200 pesos and call it a dia.
Robert Kaiser

Burbank, CA

#16 Nov 4, 2010
Mayday! Mayday! This is the "ss california"! iceberg ahead!, awaiting instructions Gov Brown! This is the Governor, full speed ahead!
Tuija Gibson

Anaheim, CA

#17 Nov 4, 2010
May I have a list of red states, please? This state is turning my stomach!
mel

Rancho Cucamonga, CA

#18 Nov 4, 2010
Pancho Villa wrote:
<quoted text>Hello Debbie...please tell me the republicans/tea baggers have done for america in the last 10 yrs...please tell me...and stop watching faux news, you sound like the scum bagg palin the quitter...
A prime example of the need to test for an I Q of at least 70 to be eligible
to vote.
Andy K

AOL

#19 Nov 4, 2010
Just wonderful, USC identified the reasons for the Coast being blue (the majority of the land mass is red, but fewer people) now the Brown/Boxer supporters can sit back and relax. You can purchase a Volt, drive 40 miles to pick up your free checks and sit back and contemplate the greenest tree hugging state in the U.S. Soon we will have more takers than workers and you will have more time to peel the Obama (Dude) stickers from your Volt. Those unable to buy a Volt can walk to pick up their checks, since gas will be $12/gallon. I wish you all luck the next four years.
Seems Reasonable

United States

#20 Nov 4, 2010
You get the government you deserve.

Anyone who votes is an idiot.
Seems Reasonable

United States

#21 Nov 4, 2010
Russman626 wrote:
In a couple of years, after taxes and car registration fees are quadrupled...
Taxes always drop when Democrats are in charge and they rise when Republinazis are in charge. Look at the graphs, idiot.

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