8 thoughts on “San Francisco”

  1. Not seeing the problem here. San Francisco is taking one for the team and becoming a living example of what not to do. Same for the state as a whole.

    I wonder, between the regulatory theater, the infrastructure failures, and this crazy stuff, what California will look like in 20 years? It’s remarkable how durable their economy is under the circumstances.

    1. Same for the state as a whole.

      But why the largest state? Couldn’t the Progressive Left taken one of the smaller states they own and used it up instead? That would finally be a reason for Rhode Island to not be just another county of Massachusetts, or why Vermont and New Hampshire have to be separate.

      1. “Couldn’t the Progressive Left taken one of the smaller states they own and used it up instead?”

        No. Those other states don’t have as much money to loot. And they have lousy weather.

  2. I think people fail to see the bigger picture regarding California’s homeless population. When the state finally abandons its electricity grid and its water and highway system, who is going to have the survival skills to teach elite Californian’s how to scrounge, cook over a trash mound, treat their own injuries, and live in tents? The homeless folks, that’s who. They are a stockpile of essential knowledge that will prove their worth soon enough.

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