Friday, November 25, 2016

So, why aren't there demands that Governor Brown or President Obama disavow this blatantly divisive and unconstitutional movement?

Liberal Californian's dream of secession will end in nightmare.

Maybe because this is part of the Curley Effect?


4 comments:

mrez said...

We need our diversity to HANG together. Period. That is what makes California "cool."

Is the period at the end of that sentence supposed to be in the quotation marks or outside of them? HELP!

Anonymous said...

"So, why aren't there demands that Governor Brown or President Obama disavow this blatantly divisive and unconstitutional movement?"

To answer your question, I think there is limited outrage because many people who live in other parts of the country would like to see California leave as they hate Californians as much as some Californians hate them. Unfortunately for those who hate California, if Cali ever actually left many of them live in states that depend on significant largess from federal tax dollars that will decline significantly if Cali left. Currently, Cali pays in to the feds about $100 billion more PER YEAR than the fed spends or distributes in Cali. Many of the red states whose citizens hold California and its residents in such disdain live on the federal tit that is partially funded by the horrible but successful residents of their least favorite state out west.

Read the WSJ journal chat sections on articles addressing potential Cali succession. The vitriol expressed towards our state is overwhelming.

Anonymous said...

By the way, I'm not sure seeking legal separation of a state from the union is unconstitutional. It would legally require the same as a constitutional amendment. I also suspect if there ever is a vote in California, the vast, vast majority of residents will veto such a move.

Anonymous said...

To protest this liberal BS, we should all buy pick-up trucks to drive around and paste them with confederate battle flags. That will show these treasonous dogs who is boss!!

 
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