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Old 11-07-2018, 11:48 AM
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The roads and bridges will still be falling apart and taxes will be raised AGAIN to fix them.

And we the PEOPLE will not have a chance to vote for or against it.
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Old 11-07-2018, 12:28 PM
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Dude . . . of course! If you drive a Tesla, you have no problem with higher gas taxes.
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The high tech industry is what is drawing the high tech educated millennials from the liberal east (and far west) into the high tech corridors of Texas, Arizona and now Utah (Salt Lake's "Silicon Slopes"). They almost flipped Texas. I'll bet California's Silicon Valley voted for the gas tax.. Would be interesting to see the election results there.
They've also infiltrated into Raleigh and the Research Triangle. Raleigh and Charlotte are becoming more liberal but not as screaming progressive as the Bay area.

On a good note, the voters of NC approved an amendment to the state constitution affirming the right to hunt and fish. Much of the state, even the blue areas, are still conservative.
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Old 11-07-2018, 7:26 PM
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The roads and bridges will still be falling apart and taxes will be raised AGAIN to fix them.

And we the PEOPLE will not have a chance to vote for or against it.
the people here don't care where their money goes they believe government can better manage their money.
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The big push for 2020 will be to roll back Prop 13 on all commercial properties, 6-10 billion a year to spend on the welfare state and public employee pensions, since Prop 10 failed I predict they will heading after the Prop 10 money and also paying off the public employee unions.
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The big push for 2020 will be to roll back Prop 13 on all commercial properties, 6-10 billion a year to spend on the welfare state and public employee pensions, since Prop 10 failed I predict they will heading after the Prop 10 money and also paying off the public employee unions.
They already have business on the ballot for a split role on Prop 13. Once the fools here pass that. Homes will be next.

Newsom has said that everything is on the table in regards to taxes and that includes Prop 13. I spoke to my dad about this if Prop 13 goes I'm selling my home and I'm gone sooner rather than later.

I have 8 to 9 years left at my job to retire.
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I'm looking to leave now. I will rent my house out so I will have a place here, but I'm done with CA!

My wife thinks I only have 3 guns
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The high tech industry is what is drawing the high tech educated millennials from the liberal east (and far west) into the high tech corridors of Texas, Arizona and now Utah (Salt Lake's "Silicon Slopes"). They almost flipped Texas. I'll bet California's Silicon Valley voted for the gas tax.. Would be interesting to see the election results there.
The San Francisco Bay Area has the most software engineers out of anyplace in the country at 90,000. New York City is in second place at 60,000. For better or worse (We have a significant libertarian contingent, who believe married gay couples should have machine guns to protect their marijuana farms) we're not numerous enough anywhere to be politically significant.

It's purely urban versus rural. Get 60% of your population in urban areas like California or New York, and you'll be very anti-gun.

City dwellers rarely have positive firsthand experience with guns, see news reports of local shootings which neglect to mention the victims were also criminals, are fed a constant stream of propaganda from Hollywood writers following the Entertainment Industries Council guide telling them how to portray firearms negatively, and logically support bans,

Rural folk own guns, shot guns in Boy Scouts, had gun owning parents, or at least personally know people who shoot.

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shouldnt be any panic as we all knew this was coming...
how the **** did prop 6 fail.... 55% people are stuipd as **** most probably didnt even read it
...I can tell you how. I had to wait in a small line for my turn in the booth. When I went to vote I had my voter guide totally filled out so all I had to do was start ďinkingĒ the correct numbers. I was in and out of that voter booth in 4 minutes max. There were 5 or 6 other booths and most of those people who were in there when I left were the same people who were there when I arrived.

I got the impression that they were just reading the descriptions of the props and they hadnít done any leg work in figuring out what they were voting for.

Unfortunately I doubt they were struggling with voting for Frankenfienstein. Lol.
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Dude . . . of course! If you drive a Tesla, you have no problem with higher gas taxes.
Except they have to pay the higher registration that was up to a 50% increase over 2017 registration costs. Remember there were two parts to prop 6 to roll back the gas tax and to roll back the registration increase.
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Old 11-08-2018, 4:41 AM
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I thought all CA taxes got swept into a general fund where they can be misused.
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Old 11-08-2018, 6:01 AM
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With Justice Kavanaugh sitting on the Supreme Court bench, there's a substantial check/balance against any Anti-Second Amendment tendencies of Newsom. He would be well advised to "tread lightly."
My Brother gets all excited thinking the SCOTUS is going to save CA too. He still lives there. I did but do no longer.

There have been maybe 1 or 2 Cases ever considered by the high Court in its History. They are not going to all the sudden change that now. You would be very Lucky in your Lifetime to get them to take on even one case from CA.

Hope I am in error. But I usually am not,LOL

Sorry the SCOTUS turning more Conservative is a great thing for the Country as a whole. But will not do you any good as far as CA 2nd Amendment rights.

They simply will not get involved in these cases.
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Old 11-08-2018, 6:54 AM
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LOL CA is a sewer. I'm glad I am getting out of here.
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Old 11-08-2018, 8:38 AM
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Wow, we now have a liberal democrat governator. So, what's changed here?
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Old 11-08-2018, 8:43 AM
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And now that the shooter has given Newscum a new shooting to shove up our azz's. Especially the part about an "extended" magazine. We are going to get an avalanche of new gun confiscation legislation!
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Old 11-08-2018, 8:53 AM
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Wow, we now have a liberal democrat governator. So, what's changed here?
I suppose only thing different is Brown was at the end of his career and didn't have anything else to prove to his party.

GN is a younger and more rabid. He will be out to make a name for himself. I expect he will take far more political risk, in signing anti-2A legislation, than Brown would have.
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Old 11-08-2018, 9:09 AM
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I suppose only thing different is Brown was at the end of his career and didn't have anything else to prove to his party.

GN is a younger and more rabid. He will be out to make a name for himself. I expect he will take far more political risk, in signing anti-2A legislation, than Brown would have.

He will try to bully neighboring states by claiming it's too easy for Californians to buy standard capacity mags in their states..

He may become a Bloomberg.... Riding his high horse on a mission to gain national recognition. Eyes on the W.H. ?
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shouldnt be any panic as we all knew this was coming...
how the **** did prop 6 fail.... 55% people are stuipd as **** most probably didnt even read it
our communist Attorney General rephrased the description on the ballot to confuse the mentally challenged. People thought they were voting to maintain our roads and bridges.
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How did anyone NOT see Screwsome being our next Gov.? Itís been clear for the last couple of years.
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Old 11-08-2018, 11:25 AM
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shouldnt be any panic as we all knew this was coming...
how the **** did prop 6 fail.... 55% people are stuipd as **** most probably didnt even read it
55% of California Voters believed if they voted YES on 6 people would die.
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The money from the gas tax will probably never really fix or rebuild anything. The general fund will just use the money for other more "pressing" things.
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I prefer Gavin Nuisance, but what ever floats your boat.

Now with the thousand oaks shooting you can bet he will be pushing his anti-gun agenda, like Kamala I wager they go for "all centerfire weapons".
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Old 11-08-2018, 12:06 PM
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I thought all CA taxes got swept into a general fund where they can be misused.
Hey, Buddy, I don't like that kind of talk.....we have a name for that: Crime-speak and crime-think. Your attitude has been noted.

Providing housing, medical care, education, food, and transportation to the 40,000+ new Democrat voters from Central America, Africa, and Asia, who are on their way here and marching through Central Mexico right now, is the best possible use for your money and only a racist bigot Nazi hater would say otherwise.

Well, that and teaching pre-schoolers how to "Dirty Sanchez" each other as part of exploring their multiple genders.
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55% of California Voters believed if they voted YES on 6 people would die.
In other word, 55% of californian are stupid enough not to read and not to understand what is actually going on in the real world beside media is feeding.
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Old 11-08-2018, 12:28 PM
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Wow, we now have a liberal Socialist democrat governator. So, what's changed here?
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Well, there is going to be some in CA; maybe not from those on Calguns or who've been around that block a few times in years past, but for those who are from 18 to 20 right now you can be sure they will be seeking a purchase between now and 1/1/2019 (anyway) and Newsom winning will light a fire under their feet that much more.
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I'm on a couple mailing lists for local gun stores and I've received multiple emails warning/advising people that if you're between 18 and 20 years old that you must start your long gun DROS by 12-21. And to do it earlier if possible.
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