Saturday, June 23, 2012

California Idiots

Seriously, how do you people elect these morons?

Oh, wait!  That's right!  You guys are morons yourselves!

I love when he's asked if the plan would be "pre-tax or post-tax" and he "doesn't know."  Just shows you how liberals don't think things through because they're too damn lazy to think of the consequences.  Just barf feel-good, puppies and unicorns legislation out there and collect the votes of the idiots you just bribed.


James Wolfe said...

If you're against this then you're obviously racist. The California government does a fine job of managing it's money. What could go wrong?

Jim said...

In that state where they propose a fitted sheet law for the hotels, this is a surprise? C'mon San Andreas fault.

Business owners and others who have long complained that companies are overburdened by state regulations say a proposal now moving through the Legislature shows that lawmakers have lost all touch with reality: It would require that hotels use fitted sheets.

Anonymous said...

We are not all idiots. At one time there were many jobs here and some of us found gainful employment despite our worthless degrees.. The politics are insane but have opened a very lucrative loophole in what I term 'grey market agriculture.' So I am making some good money and enjoying the decline.

Amy said...

I am getting to a point where I no longer blame the statists for their actions. After all, it is their nature.

I blame the private industries that continue to do business in a state or nation that excessively burdens their actions. Why stay? What is the motive or benefit to continuing to do business in a place and with people that clearly hate you and want to tie your hands, yet expect continued productivity?

It's not easy to Go Galt, I get that. But someone must lead the charge and be brave enough to physically, mentally, socially and psychologically abandons these fools to their errands.

Anonymous said...

"Defined-benefit pension plan" - what lovely words. A rate of growth is defined (6% for the plan I am in), and the employer is required to make good shortfalls. That aspect has never been popular with employers, but when the most likely rate of return on the pension fund is 0% (or a negative number) employers get downright hostile.

California is in essence locking itself into a long-lasting or perpetual series of losses.

Mutnodjmet said...

We Californians are making a great sacrifice by showing the end-result of unrestrained progressivism lead by eco-activits, entertainers, and deluded baby boomers. You can thank us later.