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    Default the left's insanity never ends.


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    California....nuff said. But then again, he went from New York to California. You can build a beautiful home in Texas or Florida and you could have emptied your clip into those perps and you would have been celebrated as a hero.

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    recap? i don't like clicking videos that will alter my algo when i'm logged into a certain utube account for basketball reasons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by highwhey View Post
    recap? i don't like clicking videos that will alter my algo when i'm logged into a certain utube account for basketball reasons.
    Some guinea wop fires at a couple of dudes trying to rob him, gets his right to concealed carry suspended.

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    OP isn't an alt right incel. He said so!

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    I feel like I'm entitled to a free day at the YMCA after watching that video

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    There are trade-offs in life. If you're gonna live in California, you have to be willing to deal with the cuckoo politics.

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    to be honest california is the nicest place to live in the states

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    Quote Originally Posted by warriorfan View Post
    to be honest california is the nicest place to live in the states
    I was told the same , but I could not handle all the people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Chewing View Post
    California....nuff said. But then again, he went from New York to California. You can build a beautiful home in Texas or Florida and you could have emptied your clip into those perps and you would have been celebrated as a hero.
    simple ya or na ; but patsy goes ballistic three sentence post as a fake wet back latino

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    Quote Originally Posted by warriorfan View Post
    to be honest california is the nicest place to live in the states
    Really? With those taxes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Chewing View Post
    California....nuff said. But then again, he went from New York to California. You can build a beautiful home in Texas or Florida and you could have emptied your clip into those perps and you would have been celebrated as a hero.
    Nobody chooses to live in these assbackwards Red States.

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    What a backwards ass state, just weird

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    • Unemployment. Despite a shrinking labor force, California’s 4.8% jobless rate is the second highest in the country and nearly twice as high as Florida’s (2.8%). California has paid $48.7 billion in unemployment benefits since January 2019—nine times as much as Florida. One reason for the disparity: Fewer Californians are starting businesses.

    • Business formation. Florida has received 2.7 million new business applications since January 2019—one for every eight residents—compared to 2.3 million for California, or about one for every 18 residents. Small businesses in California pay a top income-tax rate of 13.3% compared to zero in Florida, contributing to the Golden State’s more onerous business burden.

    • Personal income. Business and worker earnings have increased by an annual compounded 7.7% (in current dollars) in Florida since the first quarter of 2019 compared to 5% in California. Had California’s earnings grown at the same rate as Florida’s, the Golden State would be about $255 billion richer and collect tens of billions of dollars in more tax revenue.

    • Population migration. Between July 2019 and July 2022—the latest available Census Bureau data—1,044,494 Californians left for other states while 737,433 people on net moved to Florida. According to the latest IRS data, California lost $55.7 billion in adjusted gross income between 2019 and 2021 from population migration while Florida gained $80.6 billion.

    • Energy prices. Electricity prices are twice as high in California as in Florida owing to green energy mandates. Californians also pay about $1.80 more per gallon for gasoline on average than Floridians because of higher taxes and climate regulation. Gas prices have increased about 70 cents more per gallon under Mr. Newsom than Mr. DeSantis.

    • Taxes and spending. State and local taxes in California add up to $10,167 per capita versus $5,406 in Florida. Higher taxes drive more spending. California spent about $14,755 per capita (including federal dollars) in 2021 compared to $8,816 in Florida.

    • Pensions. Public-worker pension payments were $51.2 billion in California last year versus $7.3 billion in Florida. To fund growing pension bills, Californians will have to pay even higher taxes. Each Californian is on the hook for about $18,500 in unfunded pension obligations compared to $5,200 for each Floridian.

    • Medicaid. California spends $129.2 billion annually on Medicaid—more than four times as much as Florida ($39.7 billion). California has expanded Medicaid coverage to illegal immigrants under the ages of 26 and over 50. Next year all undocumented immigrants in California will be eligible for Medicaid.

    • Homelessness. The federal government counted 171,521 homeless in California last year versus 25,959 in Florida. California’s Prop. 47—which was backed by Mr. Newsom—has effectively decriminalized drug use, making it harder to force addicts on the street into treatment.

    • Deficit. Despite its higher taxes, California boasted a $31.5 billion budget shortfall in May while Florida ran a $17.7 billion surplus. Personal income tax collections in California for the current fiscal year that started in July are running about $20 billion below Sacramento’s projections, auguring another large deficit.

    • Student learning. California spends about 45% more per pupil on K-12 education than Florida, but its student test scores are significantly lower, according to the National Assessment of Educational Progress. Only 30% of fourth-graders in California rated proficient in math last year compared to 41% in Florida. California’s prolonged pandemic school shutdowns magnified learning loss.

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/gavin-n...nion_lead_pos1

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmt View Post
    • Unemployment. Despite a shrinking labor force, California’s 4.8% jobless rate is the second highest in the country and nearly twice as high as Florida’s (2.8%). California has paid $48.7 billion in unemployment benefits since January 2019—nine times as much as Florida. One reason for the disparity: Fewer Californians are starting businesses.

    • Business formation. Florida has received 2.7 million new business applications since January 2019—one for every eight residents—compared to 2.3 million for California, or about one for every 18 residents. Small businesses in California pay a top income-tax rate of 13.3% compared to zero in Florida, contributing to the Golden State’s more onerous business burden.

    • Personal income. Business and worker earnings have increased by an annual compounded 7.7% (in current dollars) in Florida since the first quarter of 2019 compared to 5% in California. Had California’s earnings grown at the same rate as Florida’s, the Golden State would be about $255 billion richer and collect tens of billions of dollars in more tax revenue.

    • Population migration. Between July 2019 and July 2022—the latest available Census Bureau data—1,044,494 Californians left for other states while 737,433 people on net moved to Florida. According to the latest IRS data, California lost $55.7 billion in adjusted gross income between 2019 and 2021 from population migration while Florida gained $80.6 billion.

    • Energy prices. Electricity prices are twice as high in California as in Florida owing to green energy mandates. Californians also pay about $1.80 more per gallon for gasoline on average than Floridians because of higher taxes and climate regulation. Gas prices have increased about 70 cents more per gallon under Mr. Newsom than Mr. DeSantis.

    • Taxes and spending. State and local taxes in California add up to $10,167 per capita versus $5,406 in Florida. Higher taxes drive more spending. California spent about $14,755 per capita (including federal dollars) in 2021 compared to $8,816 in Florida.

    • Pensions. Public-worker pension payments were $51.2 billion in California last year versus $7.3 billion in Florida. To fund growing pension bills, Californians will have to pay even higher taxes. Each Californian is on the hook for about $18,500 in unfunded pension obligations compared to $5,200 for each Floridian.

    • Medicaid. California spends $129.2 billion annually on Medicaid—more than four times as much as Florida ($39.7 billion). California has expanded Medicaid coverage to illegal immigrants under the ages of 26 and over 50. Next year all undocumented immigrants in California will be eligible for Medicaid.

    • Homelessness. The federal government counted 171,521 homeless in California last year versus 25,959 in Florida. California’s Prop. 47—which was backed by Mr. Newsom—has effectively decriminalized drug use, making it harder to force addicts on the street into treatment.

    • Deficit. Despite its higher taxes, California boasted a $31.5 billion budget shortfall in May while Florida ran a $17.7 billion surplus. Personal income tax collections in California for the current fiscal year that started in July are running about $20 billion below Sacramento’s projections, auguring another large deficit.

    • Student learning. California spends about 45% more per pupil on K-12 education than Florida, but its student test scores are significantly lower, according to the National Assessment of Educational Progress. Only 30% of fourth-graders in California rated proficient in math last year compared to 41% in Florida. California’s prolonged pandemic school shutdowns magnified learning loss.

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/gavin-n...nion_lead_pos1
    that’s a whole lot of numbers

    i’ve been to just about every state in the US and california is the nicest.

    to be honest people get this weird hate of california, they really obsess on it. i don’t get it, it’s really weird

    what’s also weird and super funny is the whole “californians stay out of texas/florida/whatever state their from!” It’s kinda like an ugly woman going up to you and saying YOU CANNOT HAVE SEX WITH ME! It’s like chill out lady, you got nothing to worry about

    if someone can be an adult and not be hellbent obsessed on politics 24/7, it’s a very nice place

    (in before someone posts a video of the tenderloin and goes omg look at the state of california! )

    shits weird

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