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California is Destroying Itself, The U.S. is Next

There are 5 comments on the AmmoLand story from Nov 19, 2012, titled California is Destroying Itself, The U.S. is Next. In it, AmmoLand reports that:

There's a very entertaining, but terrifying book by Laer Pearce, " Crazifornia: Tales from the Tarnished State -How California is destroying itself and Why It Matters to America." I recommend everyone read it because it lays out the template for why California will go belly up and why the nation is at the precipice of doing the same thing.

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Los Angeles, CA

#1 Nov 19, 2012
Yep, sounds right me. Dems are destroying the state of California and the rest of the country will follow. Keep your eye on California to prepare yourself for the destruction coming to your state.

Canyon Country, CA

#2 Nov 19, 2012
Posted on November 19, 2012 by John Hinderaker in California, Liberals
California, Home of the Destitute

Last spring, my wife and youngest daughter and I spent a week in California. We were reminded of the extraordinary natural wealth and beauty that were showered on that uniquely blessed state. For a century or so, guided by brilliant private sector leadership, California was a beacon to the world, a land of opportunity such as never had existed in human history. Unimaginable wealth was created. Yet it required only 40 years of liberal governance to bring the whole thing crashing down.

Today, California is the most spectacular failure of our time. Its government is broke. Productive citizens have been fleeing for some years now, selling their homes at inflated prices (until recently) and moving to Colorado, Arizona, Texas and even Minnesota, like one of my neighbors. The results of California’s improvident liberalism have been tragically easy to predict: absurd public sector wage and benefit packages, a declining tax base, surging welfare enrollment, falling economic production, ever-increasing deficits. Soon, California politicians will be looking to less glamorous states for bailout money. Things have now devolved to the point where California leads the nation in poverty:

The Golden State’s poverty rate is a whopping 23.5 percent – higher than the District of Columbia, at 23.2 percent, and even Florida, and 19.5 percent.

This is based on the federal government’s new poverty measure, and California suffered a bit because of its high cost of living, but that is a minor point–by any measure, California is number one in destitution. The cause is obvious: liberal Democrats have held unimpeded sway in California, just as they have in Detroit, Illinois, Miami, the District, and so on. Everywhere, the results have been similar. Where liberal policies are implemented, productive citizens fade away and poverty follows.

Sure, there are still a few rich people in California; the rich are always best able to withstand the ravages of leftism, for a time. But California now appears to be in a death spiral, and the consequences will be devastating, not just to Californians, but to the rest of us who will be called on to pick up the tab, once again, for failed liberalism.

South El Monte, CA

#3 Nov 20, 2012

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I just heard an obummer scandal named “Benghazi"

And suddenly that name

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Say it soft and it's almost like obummer lying


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Los Angeles, CA

#4 Nov 21, 2012
Just finalized my retirement papers and I'm OUT of here. Not going to give California another penny of my money. Sad leaving my birthplace, but happy I can live better in another state. Wheeee

Masontown, PA

#5 Nov 24, 2012
Now the succession has started the people want a new Country Goverment USA is finished in my opion,,revolution will only keep growing

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