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Old 05-17-2017, 09:46 PM   #1
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I really wonder if the voting is rigged in CA that these moron politicians keep getting elected? The working stiffs are the real freeloaders? That's got to be the dumbest most ignorant statement a politician can make. No wonder people are moving out of CA.
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http://constitution.com/californias-governor-calls-angry-taxpaying-citizens-freeloaders/


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Old 05-18-2017, 08:23 AM   #2
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It's really bad to say the least.
We keep having to pick up more jobs just to keep up. And we don't live in a fancy house with a lot of extras.
We can barely keep our ranch in business and we sure as heck can't make a profit anymore. Ranches and dairies are closing daily around us. The more brown does the more close. Sad part is they all think it's ok and a good thing.........
Thanks I think for sharing this. Lol........
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Any type of farming/ranching is an iffy proposition at best. Add a few ignorant restrictions and the balance tips to the bad!
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