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Old April 2nd, 2017, 11:49 AM   #71
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Army insult: You can't pour piss out of a boot with directions written on the bottom.

edit: I think that funny and just injecting humor into the thread.
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Old April 2nd, 2017, 02:23 PM   #72
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Thanks for proving my point, again!
The point is, you don't have a point that you can argue to because your just plain ignorant of the subjects you make remarks about. Which is what you just did...again. You have yet to make a coherent argument on any subject.
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The point is, you don't have a point that you can argue to because your just plain ignorant of the subjects you make remarks about. Which is what you just did...again. You have yet to make a coherent argument on any subject.
And again!

Clueless cailanne!
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Old April 2nd, 2017, 05:00 PM   #74
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The people did. He was popularly elected. As far as their economy goes.

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=...pBBRqNitP6U23Q

You may find this hard to believe, but 99% of the people in this countries priorities don't revolve around a gun, or prepping for doomsday.
He was elected by the massive Liberal, freeloading base in CA. When Trump starts enforcing Federal law, this state will become violent. When cities who are on the verge of insolvency start losing Federal money and are forced to make drastic service cuts the prevailing Liberal attitude in CA. will change.
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He was elected by the massive Liberal, freeloading base in CA. When Trump starts enforcing Federal law, this state will become violent. When cities who are on the verge of insolvency start losing Federal money and are forced to make drastic service cuts the prevailing Liberal attitude in CA. will change.
You are probably correct. Assuming those IFS happen
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Old April 2nd, 2017, 05:02 PM   #76
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And again!

Clueless cailanne!
My mistake, you have found a niche, mindless Trolling.
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Old April 2nd, 2017, 05:07 PM   #77
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You are probably correct. Assuming those IFS happen
Even without the IF's, there are numerous cities in this state who are already looking for ways to cut services because of a lack of a taxable base. Losing Federal funding will only hasten it.
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Old April 2nd, 2017, 05:37 PM   #78
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That's not gonna happen until you stop writing/speaking in answering machine / fortune cookie non sequiturs.
As to the subject brown has been better for California than any of the previous governors since the 80s.
Yeah, he's been real good at robbing Peter to pay Paul. But, like so many other government Liberal idiots, he's running out of other people's money. Supporting the biggest illegal alien population in the country costs money. Moonbeam balanced the budget a couple of years ago and everyone congratulated him. That is, until they found out just how he did it. Many businesses found out, and they are leaving the state. Moonbeam is what he has always been, a lifelong Liberal-government employee parasite feeding off of the taxpayers.
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Ouch....

SuveyUSA asked voters six questions:

How would you rate the condition of roads and highways in California?

8% Excellent
26% Good
38% Fair
27% Poor
1% Not sure

Do support or oppose a 12 cent per gallon increase in the gasoline tax to spend $52 billion on transportation over the next ten years?

37% Support
44% Oppose
19% Not sure

Do you support or oppose the plan’s 20 cents per gallon increase in the tax on diesel fuel?
36% Support
46% Oppose
18% Not sure

Do you support or oppose the plan’s $100 fee on electric and hybrid vehicles, which use less fuel?

42% Support
43% Oppose
14% Not sure

Do you support or oppose a “transportation improvement fee” of $25-$175 a year, depending on the value of the vehicle, added to vehicle registration fees?

26% Support
59% Oppose
14% Not sure

Republicans are calling the plan the largest gas tax increase in state history, adding $5 billion to Caltrans’ budget of $10.5 billion, are additional funds needed or should Caltrans make better use of gas tax revenue it currently gets?

23% Additional funds needed
61% Make better use of revenue
16% Not sure

SuveyUSA also analyzed the results by gender, age, race, party affiliation, ideology, education, income, urbanity, and region. But with voters seeming to recognize that gas taxes and registration fees tend to be regressive because they impose similar costs on all income groups, the results tended to be very consistent across different demographics.

And the youts want to leave....

Traffic congestion and skyrocketing housing prices have caused approximately 46 percent of the Bay Area’s millennial residents to start looking at potentially exiting the increasingly unlivable region.

The findings were part of a new poll released by the Bay Area Council on Thursday which also showed that 40 percent of Bay Area residents say they want to move away from the area over the next few years. That figure is up by 12 percent from last year’s report from the Bay Area Council which found that 34 percent of residents wanted to exit.

“It turns out that we were wrong about millennial preferences, the stories were wrong that millennials wanted to live in a hyper-urban environment and that it would be OK to raise families in a condo,” Micah Weinberg, president of the Bay Area Council’s Economic Institute, said, according to the East Bay Times. “Millennials are putting off family formation, but when they have a family, they want what their parents had: a house on a nice lot pretty close to work.”

The council reportedly polled 1,000 residents across nine Bay Area counties in late January for its annual survey including Alameda, Contra Costa, Santa Clara, San Mateo, San Francisco, Marin, Sonoma, Napa and Solano Counties.

Asked which direction those polled believe the Bay Area is going, the Council found that 42 percent believed it was going down the “wrong track,” an increase of 15 percent since 2014.

The council also found that most of the people polled, 26 percent, have household incomes greater than $150,000 annually.

Breitbart News previously reported that the housing affordability crisis in the Bay Area has caused many small businesses to lose their employees as workers have been forced to leave the region for more affordable neighborhoods.

Last year, in neighboring Palo Alto, a tiny 180-square-foot shack was listed for sale at $1.98 million. Around the same time, a 764-square-foot rotting, wooden earthquake shack located close to San Francisco’s Mission district sold for $408,000.
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He was elected by the massive Liberal, freeloading base in CA. When Trump starts enforcing Federal law, this state will become violent. When cities who are on the verge of insolvency start losing Federal money and are forced to make drastic service cuts the prevailing Liberal attitude in CA. will change.
More delusional raving.
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