There has to be a silent majority of fed-up hard working citizens that are seeing their taxes being frittered away on no-citizen illegals, the trash and homeless encampments, the feces on the streets, the beggars, the wasteful spending on trains to nowhere.
Clearly not, given the elections.
I would rather find a way to set off the fault and see the place drift off into the Pacific. It can become its own glorious, liberal island paradise - you know, kinda like Cuba, only with Hollywood and fags. If we could find a way to jettison Oregon, too, that would be a plus.
Given the huge and well-oiled vote fraud machine in CA, how can you know how Californians actually vote?
Candidates all over the country can use California as an example for where leftist policies inevitably lead. Conservative Republicans at every level should be asking their opponents how they plan to avoid the mess that CA has become, when they implement the same policies.
Hollywood and fags is a redundancy. Ill let it go this once tho
If we could find a way to jettison Oregon, too, that would be a plus.
POTUS is considering campaigning in Oregon. There are normal people east of the mountains.
I’d rather he takes on the progs in California. But he may not have to. Perhaps there will be a wake-up call to normal people in California to at least put up a fight.
I did read/hear that while the impeach parades were a nationwide failure yesterday, there were pro-POTUS rallies in Poway and somewhere else. Chino? They were larger than the impeach rallies.
We have the American ‘laboratories of the states’. These lab experiments are failures. Until a majority sees that, acknowledges it and figures they have nothing left to lose, POTUS should campaign and draw attention to the messes, if only to offer support and a platform to those suffering without a voice.
I think many stay home on election day with a "What'the use?" attitude. Perhaps a visit or two by President Trump would energize the survivors to the point that they might vote in some down-ballot candidates. It might even encourage some of those candidates to run for office if they see there's a distant, as compared to none, chance of winning.
“There has to be a silent majority of fed-up, hard-working citizens...”
There is, and they’re not registered to vote.
The notion that Californians—all or most of them— are voting demoocrat, simply is erroneous.
Fact is, most adult citizens ELIGIBLE to vote, aren’t even registered.
That’s true all over the US.
Why wont Republicans mount large scale voter registration drives, as Democrats do?
Why arent we setting up tables, handing out blank registration cards, at Trump rallies?
Why arent we asking attendees at every Trump rally to personally pledge to register at least 10 new voters in their neighborhoods?