California, what a beautiful state. Replete with an abundance of incredibly beautiful people, climate, diversity, location, and opportunity…what more could one ask for? Talented and creative individuals—along with their money—traveled from around the country and across the world to enjoy this near utopian state. California has owned the “easy button” and, with their vast resources, could have become their own country. There seems to be an inexhaustible supply of money and influx of gifted people that make California the envy of the world—until an out-of-control government, and all the trappings that come with it, slowly sucked out the life. So, how did they become bankrupt? Someone so aptly said, “Eventually you run out of other people’s money to spend.” Are you listening Nancy?
On a scale of 1-10, with one being most conservative state, and 10 the most liberal, California is a ten. They have taxed punitively, written laws that impede growth, strangled creativity, then given to those who work too little and taken from those who worked too hard. They have bullied utility companies to the point where they had to go out of their state to procure electricity. California has become a prime example of how to screw up a good thing without lifting a finger. All you need is the proper mix of lawyers, liberal politicians, a pen, and a little decadence. What better example of liberalism gone wild.
Now, with all the energy of a child with ADHD, California wants to impose its will and punish other states with whom they disagree, by boycotting them. Meanwhile, California balances on the precipice of financial ruin while they use their time and precious few resources to protest Arizona’s decision to enforce laws that will save Arizonians lives, help their economy, and bring order to their state.
California is like a spoiled, dysfunctional child who has inherited their parent’s wealth. They don’t understand the meaning of responsibility or money management—not to mention their lack of compassion and understanding for neighboring states. Now all they can do is lie on the floor, kick their feet, and complain about problems that don’t concern them. Are there any adult politicians in California? Maybe we should put up a fence around California, or a least around Nancy Pelosi? We definitely should not bail them out of their self-imposed bankruptcy. I’m thinking term limits, again and my boy, Bill Nelson, is the Florida poster boy for term limits! Maybe Nancy should be California’s Poster Girl