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California's failing infrastructure due to Democrat 'leadership'.

Most of our tax burden goes to supporting illegal aliens and other riff-raff from countries that are using the US as their trash bin.

Hardly any money has gone to strengthening the dams and other infrastructure.

California needs to do what the rest of the country did last election and vote the bums out.




Keep Islam out of the West

Re: California's failing infrastructure due to Democrat 'leadership'.

You think California is the only state with failing infrastructure? Read more widely, or travel more.
Then explain *how* Trump is going to both fix our failing military and infrastructure.

Re: California's failing infrastructure due to Democrat 'leadership'.

There are Democrats in other states, yes. Trump ran his campaign on fixing airports, and updating the neglected infrastructures that have been neglected by Democrats who have been too busy kissing illegal alien and Muslim ass to have time and money for anything else.




Keep Islam out of the West

Re: California's failing infrastructure due to Democrat 'leadership'.

Repeat: how is he going to fix both the "failing military and infrastructure?" Point being that one reason the infrastructure of the u.S. is failing is the great sums spent on the military.
How, what workable plan has he shown for this?
"...A certain convocation of politic worms...

Re: California's failing infrastructure due to Democrat 'leadership'.

Were you ever worried about how all those tens of millions of illegal aliens were going to be paid for?

As long as he does it, what difference does it make to you?




Keep Islam out of the West

Re: California's failing infrastructure due to Democrat 'leadership'.

Off topic.

"...A certain convocation of politic worms...

Re: California's failing infrastructure due to Democrat 'leadership'.

Listen to a Texas Republican praise the California economy you fool.



Rising confidence in California's economy is a challenge for GOP presidential candidates

The Republican candidates for president have campaigned all over the country lamenting the rough recovery from the recession and condemning President Obama — and by extension Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton — as failures when it comes to jobs and the nation's well-being.

Then they come to California, where the state's unemployment rate is 5.4%, more than eight percentage points below what it was when Democrat Jerry Brown took over from a Republican governor less than six years ago.

At the weekend state Republican convention, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz tied himself in rhetorical knots when he tailored his pitch to California.

"Y'all are a hardy bunch," he told Republican delegates. "You are used to adversity and you have seen the absolute disaster, the absolute train wreck that is out-of-control liberalism."

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But a few minutes later, he doubled back to deliver a backhanded acknowledgment of the state's rising economy.

"That's the mighty California spirit that built this state into such an incredible economic engine that you have survived and thrived in the face of Democratic mismanagement year after year after year," he said.


It's a basic rule of politics: Economic booms are often the result of outside forces, like a national upswing, but they accrue to the advantage of the incumbent party, just as economic downturns hurt the party in power. One of the challenges facing Republicans this year as they seek to regain the White House is increasing confidence in the recovery nationally and in places such as California.

The recovery has been spotty enough that economic troubles remain. The loss of manufacturing jobs and stagnant wages have been prime topics in the Republican and the Democratic presidential contests this year. But in California, the notable improvement has forced the Republican pitch onto more nuanced and less politically potent ground: Things are OK, but they could be better.

As new voters equate better economic times with Democratic rule, the GOP's efforts to rebuild here become even more difficult.

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To be sure, GOP candidates have a somewhat easier time convincing their own voters of the need for improvement. Republican voters are far more sour on the economy than Democrats, a fact that rests on their views of government and taxes and their powerfully partisan sentiments.

"This is how hyper-partisan and polarized we've become," said Dan Schnur, director of USC's Jesse M. Unruh Institute of Politics. "It used to be that voters based their political allegiances on real-world experience. Now they view the real world through the lens of their partisan allegiances.

"Just as there were many Democrats who refused to accept any positive outcome if George Bush or Ronald Reagan had anything to do with it, these Republicans simply can't handle the idea that the economy has improved under Obama and Brown."

An April Field Poll found that California voters, by 52% to 42%, felt that the state was going in the right direction. When Brown took over for Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, only 10% felt that the state was going in the right direction.

Underneath the current numbers was the sharp partisan divide. Among Democrats, 71% felt the state was doing well. But among Republicans, only 21% did. Nonpartisan voters, the much-sought-after and growing electorate group, were closer to Democrats at 54%.

The state is still in the throes of recovery, another April Field Poll made clear. Asked whether the economy was enjoying good times or bad, 46% said bad, to 39% for good. Although not upbeat on its face, the finding represented the fourth straight year in which the percentage saying times were good had grown and the negative percentage had dropped. In 2010, the year Brown was elected, 93% of California voters said the state was experiencing bad times.

Those numbers, too, have a partisan tilt, but state job figures show improvement even in strongly Republican areas. In Orange County, the state's most populous Republican area, the jobless rate in March was 4%, down from 9.1% when Brown took over. In Kern County, a GOP stronghold, it dropped from 16% to 11.6% despite job losses because of the drought.

Even in the tiny farm town of Mendota, signs of improvement are evident. In her 2010 race for the U.S. Senate, Republican Carly Fiorina dared incumbent Democrat Barbara Boxer to meet her in Mendota, whose unemployment rate was approaching 50%. Fiorina blamed environmental measures backed by Boxer.

Fiorina raised the town's woes again this weekend at the state GOP convention. Yet while Mendota continues to have problems, its circumstances have changed: the jobless rate in March was 20.6%.

Republicans point to difficulties that transcend the jobless rate: taxes, regulations, even the troubled schools.

Mariam Noujain of Placerville attended the convention as a guest. The 62-year-old DMV employee said she's supporting Republican presidential front-runner and businessman Donald Trump in part because "America was built on business; it wasn't built on government."

She used to own a cafe in Sacramento that sold sandwiches and juices, but closed it in 1999 because of the onerous burdens posed by government. She said: "The regulations kill you."

California, she said, "should be booming.... OK, we're not underwater. We could do so much better if the private sector could flourish."

Claire Chiara, 21, a delegate from Berkeley and a candidate for state Assembly, said that "some very minor changes" have been made in Sacramento in recent years, but "at the end of the day, we have issues."

"Even in the face of oppressive government systems that Republicans don't like," she said, "I think California still finds a way to thrive."

http://www.latimes.com/politics/la-na-republicans-california-economy-20160502-story.html



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Re: California's failing infrastructure due to Democrat 'leadership'.

Since when do you believe Republicans, jackass?

California is rife with RINOs.




Keep Islam out of the West

Re: California's failing infrastructure due to Democrat 'leadership'.

Didn't you promise not to come back until Saturday? Another Republican promise broken. But we expect no less from you, you attention whore.

https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/ominous-story-of-syria-climate-refugees/

Re: California's failing infrastructure due to Democrat 'leadership'.

I said I would try to be a nicer poster here at the end and just told a guy to go *beep* himself with a still plugged in waffle maker.

Sh!t happens.



You Should Have Voted Sanders But Have A Hug Anyway.

Re: California's failing infrastructure due to Democrat 'leadership'.

Re: California's failing infrastructure due to Democrat 'leadership'.


I said I would try to be a nicer poster here at the end and just told a guy to go *beep* himself with a still plugged in waffle maker.
Is that because your butler tried to serve you waffles on pancake day?

Re: California's failing infrastructure due to Democrat 'leadership'.

Don't quote me anymore, unless you do it verbatim.



Keep Islam out of the West

Re: California's failing infrastructure due to Democrat 'leadership'.

Here you go: 'Creationism and science don't exclude each other.'

https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/ominous-story-of-syria-climate-refugees/

Re: California's failing infrastructure due to Democrat 'leadership'.

That's not verbatim.

I didn't say it that way. I said 'Science and creation aren't mutually exclusive' which is correct.




Keep Islam out of the West

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Re: California's failing infrastructure due to Democrat 'leadership'.

No, it isn't. That's YOUR version. Evidently, you have a faulty memory which I don't.



Keep Islam out of the West

Re: California's failing infrastructure due to Democrat 'leadership'.

Wrong again. I saw it and elephantingun saw it. What a liar you are and delusional, too.

https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/ominous-story-of-syria-climate-refugees/

Re: California's failing infrastructure due to Democrat 'leadership'.

And I'm the one who posted it. I know what I posted.




Keep Islam out of the West

Re: California's failing infrastructure due to Democrat 'leadership'.

Re: California's failing infrastructure due to Democrat 'leadership'.

It was in your thread. If you were right, you would go into your posting history and find it to prove it. But you won't because you're not.




Keep Islam out of the West

Re: California's failing infrastructure due to Democrat 'leadership'.

Which means that you found it first and changed it. And, no, it was in your thread. In one of your racist threads where you spew something islamophobic again, you disgusting pos.

https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/ominous-story-of-syria-climate-refugees/

Re: California's failing infrastructure due to Democrat 'leadership'.

Liar.



Keep Islam out of the West

Re: California's failing infrastructure due to Democrat 'leadership'.

Alright: 'Science and creation aren't mutually exclusive'. Still nonsense.

https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/ominous-story-of-syria-climate-refugees/

Re: California's failing infrastructure due to Democrat 'leadership'.

If you had any integrity, you'd apologize.




Keep Islam out of the West

Re: California's failing infrastructure due to Democrat 'leadership'.

Look, who's talking?!

You conceited, delusional fool, nobody here needs to prove her / his integrity to you, you self-loathing, ignorant, uneducated dumbass.

https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/ominous-story-of-syria-climate-refugees/

Re: California's failing infrastructure due to Democrat 'leadership'.

You called me a liar, and I wasn't lying. That says more about your credibility than anything.




Keep Islam out of the West

Re: California's failing infrastructure due to Democrat 'leadership'.

Why don't you make another good-bye thread and finish with: 'Remember, guys, you never had sex until you had sex with a hot Latina"'. Maybe even more liberal men will PM you and thus keep you off the board.

https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/ominous-story-of-syria-climate-refugees/

Re: California's failing infrastructure due to Democrat 'leadership'.

Pretty soon we'll ALL be off the board, so have a little patience or put me on ignore.




Keep Islam out of the West

Re: California's failing infrastructure due to Democrat 'leadership'.

You promise to fuqq off at least a week ago. How about showing some 'integrity'?

https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/ominous-story-of-syria-climate-refugees/

Re: California's failing infrastructure due to Democrat 'leadership'.

Okay, fine.






Keep Islam out of the West

Re: California's failing infrastructure due to Democrat 'leadership'.

And please don't come back until Saturday. Like you promised.

https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/ominous-story-of-syria-climate-refugees/

Re: California's failing infrastructure due to Democrat 'leadership'.

I'll come back when I'm good a ready. I don't take orders from liberals.



Keep Islam out of the West

Re: California's failing infrastructure due to Democrat 'leadership'.

You don't keep your word and don't remember what you posted.

https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/ominous-story-of-syria-climate-refugees/

Re: California's failing infrastructure due to Democrat 'leadership'.

Re: California's failing infrastructure due to Democrat 'leadership'.

Why spend money on that stuff? Much better stuff for dems to spend on. Like the over $1 billion spent so far on a "high speed rail" train, of which there is nothing to show for that billion dollars. Not one tangible piece of that rail system even exists, yet over $1 billion has been spent.

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Re: California's failing infrastructure due to Democrat 'leadership'.

Meanwhile Texas infrastructure is superior.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=08z7Bij1FAE

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http://www.cnn.com/2008/US/12/08/military.jet.crash/index.html

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(CNN) -- A grandmother, mother and her child died when a military fighter jet crashed into a house in San Diego Monday, igniting a huge fireball, CNN's San Diego affiliates and the San Diego Union Tribune are reporting.

Fire rages in a San Diego neighborhood where an F/A-18 jet crashed Monday.
Fire rages in a San Diego neighborhood where an F/A-18 jet crashed Monday.
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Another child is missing, authorities said. A search ended Monday when night fell but will continue Tuesday morning, a spokesperson for the medical examiner said.

The father is a businessman who was at work at the time of the crash, and was not reached for comment, according to the Tribune. The paper also reported that Monday night, a pastor and congregants at the family's church, the Korean United Methodist Church of San Diego in Clairemont.

The pastor told a television station that the mother was in the home with her two sons -- a 2 month-old and 1 year-old. The mother was a nurse at a hospital.

The F/A-18D plane, which authorities described as disabled, was trying to land at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar. The jet had just performed landing training on a Navy aircraft carrier before the pilot reported having trouble, according to the Marine Corps. See map showing crash site, airfield »

"It was, oh gosh, maybe a couple of hundred feet off the ground. And it was quiet -- I think the engine was off," said San Diego resident Ian Lerner, who was heading to lunch at a shopping center about a half-mile from the neighborhood of about 20 homes when he saw the jet flying low. iReport.com: See Lerner's photos

"Then all of a sudden we saw the canopy of the jet explode and go up, and then we saw the pilot blast out of the plane and the parachute open," Lerner said.

Another witness said the jet was flying at a low altitude, and "just spiraled, right out of [the movie] 'Top Gun.'"

The house was destroyed. A photograph taken at the scene showed the pilot, who ejected safely, sitting on the front lawn, making a call on his cell phone. He was taken the hospital, the Marine Corps said in a written statement Monday

The investigation found the problem was throwing out the maintenance schedule.

Bush poliwcy.

It's actually what many governments have done

Fascists decide that you are a criminal, then they find the crime

Re: California's failing infrastructure due to Democrat 'leadership'.

Everyone is saving money delaying maintenance.
The issue here also seems it was designed in the Reagan governorship era & the emergency spillway design is poor. It should have been lined like the regular spillway, but it's not so it eroded.

Yup.

And Alabama and Mississippi's infrastructure is top class.

Idiot.

Re: Yup.

Which is what doesn't make sense to me. They always look to California like it's a haven and you hear about things like this. Their policies aren't working again and double down.

If time wasn't running out I'd make my signature dems will never win an election again.
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