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Old 05-01-2019, 07:30 PM
 
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No, they are not simply building industrial properties for the sake of it. That would be silly. Companies build these things for use. Also, CA has a diverse economy, and the industrial portion can't be dismissed, as it adds to the state's strength.

Investment in Southern California’s industrial properties is booming
The money is flowing
https://www.ocregister.com/2019/04/2...es-is-booming/
I do not expect any State to equal CA. It is large, has a lot of population, on the Pacific and closer to china, etc and is a center for Tech and many other Industries as well. I own 2 CA Corporations so I am familiar with it. Now if the Govt was more business friendly, the GDP would be even larger.
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Old 05-02-2019, 01:26 AM
 
Location: Scottsdale
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What this all really boils down to is evolution on a micro-level. Almost on a personal level as well, I'd say.

Liberals evolve for the common good. Conservatives dig their heels in and throw a pretty mean hissy fit at the slightest suggestion to change.

Conservatives don't understand the concept of the "common good" and only focus on "what's in it for me?" individualism.

In California, you have to be evolutionary, not simply satisfied with the status quo and mentally stuck in the 1980s, or nostalgic for that era.

Haha, you don't even realize how autocratic you come off sounding.

And the 'common good', yay verily it shall be defined by the DNC AOC.
Shall ye not remain silent and kowtow to ye progressive liberals, and their enlightened judgement, ye shall be found guilty of thinking, a felony now in California. Or worse yet, be remanded to SF, to work at Facelessbook during the day, and at night, scoop up human ****e.
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Old 05-02-2019, 10:34 AM
 
Location: Sylmar, a part of Los Angeles
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why should those who produce have to pay for those who dont?
Safety net in Calif. is now a hammock.
If you rob from Peter to pay Paul Peter gets sore.
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Old 05-02-2019, 07:47 PM
 
Location: Vancouver, WA
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why should those who produce have to pay for those who dont?
Safety net in Calif. is now a hammock.
If you rob from Peter to pay Paul Peter gets sore.
Why should anyone help anyone else less fortunate? I am really? As long as you have yours who cares about the rest? Survival of the fittest.

But what if a society or state could actually be incredibly successful while still helping the less fortunate? What would that be like?

Derek
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