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Old 05-20-2009, 03:01 PM
 
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Yes, you are right the majority of CA is desert... but the majority of where people live are newer middle class suburbs (built from the 1970s to 2000s). The average CA family makes about 60k-70k a year.
Where on earth did you get that statistic? I doubt very seriously that the median income in California is $60-$70K a year.

 
Old 05-20-2009, 03:07 PM
 
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Where on earth did you get that statistic? I doubt very seriously that the median income in California is $60-$70K a year.
It probably IS at least that high....but we spend it all on lattes, bottled water, and manicures....so any advantage we have is cancelled out...
 
Old 05-20-2009, 03:11 PM
 
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This is what we have to look forward to in the entire country. Soon the USA will be run down and it won't be long before it looks like Mexico. We will be too broke to do anything about it because the Mexicans will suck the entitlement systems dry. Then how will they pay for their spawn? Who will feed and house the bambino scum and their ignorant parents?
 
Old 05-20-2009, 03:14 PM
 
Location: CITY OF ANGELS AND CONSTANT DANGER
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yes, and then after it looks like "mexico" it will look like a scene from mad max...



that will never happen. california doesnt even look like mexico. not even LA.

such drama queens!

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This is what we have to look forward to in the entire country. Soon the USA will be run down and it won't be long before it looks like Mexico. We will be too broke to do anything about it because the Mexicans will suck the entitlement systems dry. Then how will they pay for their spawn? Who will feed and house the bambino scum and their ignorant parents?
 
Old 05-20-2009, 03:21 PM
 
Location: Sinking in the Great Salt Lake
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I have been living in California for about 4 years and have noticed that the culture that is portrayed on television about California really does not exist anywhere except maybe Santa Monica or Malibu. Most of Southern California is a haven for illegal immigrants and their dirty, crime-ridden, gang-infested neighborhoods.

The culture of California is suffering. Where are all of the historical craftsman houses? Oh yeah, they are being stuccoed and painted pink with tacky iron fences around them. And if you are REALLY lucky, they won't put up a fence at all and instead will use old garage doors and scrap pieces of wood to make a fence.

They park 100 cars in their driveways because there are 40 people living in each home, hanging their laundry on the fences and in the trees and letting their children terrorize the neighborhood with their loud, gang-infested friends.

California was once a beautiful state where people could be anything they wanted and the illegal Mexicans have taken over and turned it into a cesspool that is filthy, expensive, and no longer American.

I am so sick of seeing commercials in Spanish and receiving mail at my home that is only written in Spanish.

I am sick of going to grocery stores where the clerks don's speak English.

I am sick of hearing Mariachi clown music blasted day and night with no regard to people who have to sleep.

I am sick of trying to buy clothing and finding nothing but tacky, lime-green, stretchy hooker dresses with sequins and bullcrap sewn all over it.

I am sick of people with pit bulls terrorizing the neighborhoods with their out-of-control dogs.

I am sick of illegals taking work from my partner who is in construction and doing illegal renovations to houses for 10 cents on the dollar.

I am sick of the crime, the theft, the gangs.

I am sick of the government of California kowtowing to the illegals and making room for them to come over here and crap out a bunch of anchor babies and rape our healthcare system with their promiscuous, ignorant, non-birth-control-taking selves.

I am sick of illegals sending their non-english-speaking children to school where other children suffer because the teachers are spending half of their class time catering to the illegal children.

I am sick of seeing masses of illegals hovering around Home Depot holding up signs demanding $15 an hour to do illegal under the table work.

I am sick of illegals knocking on my door trying to sell their homemade tamales, asking if I have any gold to sell, or asking if they can mow my lawn for extra money.

I am sick of living in a state where I pay thousands of dollars in taxes to support people who do not work and keep having children and getting their rent for free.

I am sick of having to pay extra insurance because so many of the illegals on the road do not have a driver's license OR car insurance.

I am sick of immigration rallies being held downtown where the taxpayers have to be responsible for cleaning up after the carnage and providing security.

California will not be recognizable in 5 years. I barely recognize it now.
Um... Southern California was settled and built by Mexicans and only later taken over by white midwesterners just 70 years ago. SoCal is just returning to it's natural state. It was always meant to be Tijuana North.
 
Old 05-20-2009, 03:31 PM
 
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Um... Southern California was settled and built by Mexicans and only later taken over by white midwesterners just 70 years ago. SoCal is just returning to it's natural state. It was always meant to be Tijuana North.
"Natural state"? Hmmmm....the Southern California area has an average of 14" of rain per year, plus or minus. Using rainfall and ground water alone, the area could support approximately 250.000 people (a quarter million).

The LA-Santa Ana-Riverside MSA today has about 12.8 million residents. The San Diego MSA has perhaps an additional 3 million.

"Natural state"?....I'm not too sure about that.
 
Old 05-20-2009, 03:45 PM
 
Location: Mesa, Az
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Um... Southern California was settled and built by Mexicans and only later taken over by white midwesterners just 70 years ago. SoCal is just returning to it's natural state. It was always meant to be Tijuana North.
Maybe closer to 160 years ago. Remember that there was no such thing as a 'Mexican' till 1821 and we took possession of our Southwest in 1848.

And 70 years ago (ca. 1940) there were maybe 20 million Mexicans in Mexico.
 
Old 05-20-2009, 03:51 PM
 
Location: Sinking in the Great Salt Lake
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"Natural state"? Hmmmm....the Southern California area has an average of 14" of rain per year, plus or minus. Using rainfall and ground water alone, the area could support approximately 250.000 people (a quarter million).

The LA-Santa Ana-Riverside MSA today has about 12.8 million residents. The San Diego MSA has perhaps an additional 3 million.

"Natural state"?....I'm not too sure about that.

It's "in the process"... wait for the next big earthquake, fire, tsunami and/or collapse of civilization. History has shown that you can't sustain the unsustainable.

Maybe in a hundred years there will be only a dozen or so Mexican missions scattered along the coast that capture wild white men in the hills to use as slave labor.
 
Old 05-20-2009, 03:58 PM
 
Location: Mesa, Az
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It's "in the process"... wait for the next big earthquake, fire, tsunami and/or collapse of civilization. History has shown that you can't sustain the unsustainable.

Maybe in a hundred years there will be only a dozen or so Mexican missions scattered along the coast that capture wild white men in the hills to use as slave labor.
Looking at Mexico's rapidly declining birthrate...........I think not. Using Spain as the Hispanic proxy: Mx will probably be below replacement level in 2-5 years.

If anything: the odds are much greater that the USA will own at least the northern tier of Mexican states which; BTW, are rather 'White', racially speaking.

The more indigenous Mexican people tend to hail from Chiapas, etc--------not Chihuahua.

And remember too that Mexico is subject to most of the same geological hazards as Californina, Florida, etc.
 
Old 05-20-2009, 03:58 PM
 
Location: Southern California
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It was always meant to be Tijuana North.

Well, it has accomplished its goal then because I feel like Im in TJ every time I drive down the street.
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