Saturday, December 6, 2008

California is dying....So says Mark Noonan

According to Mark Noonan, my homestate of California is going down the crapper, and the main cause is........Liberalism (and according to the reverend Jeremiah, because of the homosexual and the Mexican menace sweeping the state)!

While I still love to go to San Diego and the Los Angeles area, it is really rather sad as you drive through California these days and see a State deteriorating right in front of your eyes. Kids aren’t being taught how to read, but I’ve seen gangster graffiti scrawled on walls in Barstow and other out of the way places in California. To descend from the Cajon Pass into the Los Angeles area is to take a step-by-step trip into increasing societal decay. Dirty streets, dirty walls, an indescribable smell, a flashy rich elite which just makes the spreading blight stand out in sharper relief - this is the area my grandfather lived in and my father was born, and neither of them would recognize it today. The life has just gone out of the State.

When will it end? As soon as the conservative forces in California work out a plan and find leaders who are willing to put it all on the line. Meanwhile, liberals will continue to tax and spend and allow things to run down more and more because, quite simply, liberals don’t know anything else to do.


Anonymous said...

Is this the same thread where Sergei quoted Kimberley as saying California had too much alcohol and books?

Sergei Andropov said...


theroachman said...

Im still laughing about that books thing.

Sure Kimberly I will lookie that up ASAP

Books bad!!!

See you at the next burning!

et said...

The problem is never too many books. It's too few bookcases. (I speak from English major experience, here...)

Anonymous said...

28. kimberly4victory | December 6th, 2008 at 2:32 am

The trouble with California is that they’re a bunch of blow-hards and drunks.

Statistically, San Franciscans lead the nation in the consumption of books and alcohol. Go ahead, look it up.

Credit Sergei.

Anonymous said...

I gather from this that Kimberley believes readers are blowhards.

et said...

That would seem to be the parallel she's trying (unsuccessfully) to draw, Count.

It's sad (but, in this case, not unexpected) when one equates lack of reading with virtue.

The ultimate "ignorance is bliss" scenario.

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