Tuesday, November 9, 2010

California, Not So Golden

To all the democratic voters in California, I don't respect you, I personally feel you are misguided, and if you can't see the destruction that the democratic politicians have done in the last FOUR decades (yes, 40 years of a democratically led legislature), turned this once 'golden' state into a sewer of debt and handouts, then you deserve what you have.

In an article posted on Investors.com, "The 'Golden State' Still Doesn't Get It," the author states it very clearly, California currently:

has a 12.4% unemployment rate,

has suffered a loss of 34% of the state's industrial base,

with just 12% of the U.S. population, has one third of the nation's welfare recipients,

has a budget gap for 2009-10 of $45.5 billion, or 53% of total state spending,

has the nation's highest sales tax,

has the third highest income tax rate in our nation,

is dead last in ranking for job creation,

is 32nd in state competitiveness,

is home to 25% of ALL of America's illegal immigrants costing citizens of this state $10.5 billion a year,

and has $500 billion unfunded pension liabilities for union/state/public employees.

Actions have consequences: voters who continue to vote for miscreant politicians, those with no ideas or intentions for cutting spending, balancing budgets, and easing taxation and regulations, will continue to see the degradation of California. I pray that Californians will wake up, before the next election in 2012, to the reality, the tragedy, brought on by the uninformed and the poorly prepared voters, who, like the three monkeys, hear not evil, see no evil, and speak no evil, and continue to follow the misguided direction of their malfeasant leaders.

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