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Zapatan Apr 20, 2022 5:33 PM

You mean people don't like rampant homelessness, crime, illegal immigration and corruption? All with a ridiculously absurd cost of living to boot...

Well sh*t

CA is an amazing place in many ways but needs to address its serious problems. It's probably one of the most naturally beautiful states in the country so I have hope that once some major problems are solved that people will flock back.

Obadno Apr 20, 2022 5:58 PM

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Originally Posted by Zapatan (Post 9603209)
You mean people don't like rampant homelessness, crime, illegal immigration and corruption? All with a ridiculously absurd cost of living to boot...

Well sh*t

CA is an amazing place in many ways but needs to address its serious problems. It's probably one of the most naturally beautiful states in the country so I have hope that once some major problems are solved that people will flock back.

CA has no problems, many posters here will let you know soon.

Crawford Apr 20, 2022 6:25 PM

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Originally Posted by Zapatan (Post 9603209)
You mean people don't like rampant homelessness, crime, illegal immigration and corruption? All with a ridiculously absurd cost of living to boot...

Alt-right brainwashing alert. The greatest CA population losses, by far, are in working class, heavily Latino gateway immigrant neighborhoods. Not epicenters of homelessness, crime or high costs.

The super-expensive, lefty areas grew. San Francisco, the poster child for the alt-right stereotype, actually has increased growth rates.

No immigrants, no newcomers. Elections have consequences.

Steely Dan Apr 20, 2022 6:42 PM

We really don't need to rehash this dip-shittery for the 8 millionth time here.

Take it it to the toilet.


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