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    Quote Originally Posted by Dagga Boy View Post
    It's not "California". It's the large cities in California that is an example of what is happening everywhere. Here in Texas, every one of those little blue cancers in the election map is exactly what happened in California. Through a good portion of my life, you could not have lived in a better place.
    The other thing--something that is not allowed to be said in establishment circles--is that voting patterns in California have become exceedingly eccentric, as they have in Seattle and even in some places in Texas.

    For example, check on the population of Los Angeles County (around 9.8 million). Then eliminate the number who aren't of voting age (roughly 2.4 million). Then exclude the non-US citizens (anywhere from 24-40% or higher. Assume the midpoint of that, and you get around 4.9 million eligible voters. Total registered voters was 5.1 million, which means over or close to 100% of eligible voters registered. Even better, around 3.5 million voted--which means that in LA County, a place not known for its civic participation, something like 72% of eligible voters voted--far about the national average.

    And, of course, over 70% of those who voted cast their ballots for Hillary.

    I've been starting to think that maybe the US citizens in California didn't vote for the socialism they are now saddled with, and that perhaps the same thing is going on in Washington.

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    ^^^You mean sort of like the failed Michigan recount where they'd open up ballot boxes in strongly democratic Detroit precincts tallied with 300 votes and find 58 paper ballots inside?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeep View Post
    The other thing--something that is not allowed to be said in establishment circles--is that voting patterns in California have become exceedingly eccentric, as they have in Seattle and even in some places in Texas.

    For example, check on the population of Los Angeles County (around 9.8 million). Then eliminate the number who aren't of voting age (roughly 2.4 million). Then exclude the non-US citizens (anywhere from 24-40% or higher. Assume the midpoint of that, and you get around 4.9 million eligible voters. Total registered voters was 5.1 million, which means over or close to 100% of eligible voters registered. Even better, around 3.5 million voted--which means that in LA County, a place not known for its civic participation, something like 72% of eligible voters voted--far about the national average.

    And, of course, over 70% of those who voted cast their ballots for Hillary.

    I've been starting to think that maybe the US citizens in California didn't vote for the socialism they are now saddled with, and that perhaps the same thing is going on in Washington.
    And in California, with our Motor-Voter automatic registration of driver license applicants, and the fact that we aggressively issue licenses to illegal aliens, and the fact that several California Politico's openly advocate for illegals to vote......It is not hyperbole to suggest that California is attempting a hostile takeover of the rest of the country. I just don't get the discrimination, though......I mean, why do you deny those citizens of other countries who haven't made it here yet the right to vote in American elections? Doesn't seem fair....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sidheshooter View Post
    ^^^You mean sort of like the failed Michigan recount where they'd open up ballot boxes in strongly democratic Detroit precincts tallied with 300 votes and find 58 paper ballots inside?
    Or the 50 precincts in Philly in 2012 that went 100% for Obama in 2012, all of which precincts had kicked out the GOP poll watchers at the start (which meant that they couldn't see the number of votes already on the voting machines or ensure that they actually recorded any votes and weren't simply pre-loaded)?

    Yeah, sort of like that, but perhaps mainly consisting of non citizens and their "helpers" submitting a massive number of absentee ballots--absentee ballots having now become the norm in many California areas in which the population does not primarily consist of US citizens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AMC View Post
    Doesn't seem fair . . .
    Very good point. Perhaps in the future California could allow the rest of the world to vote by automatically setting a number of "world" votes that would amount to 51% or so of the total vote and then allowing the state legislature to take trips to expensive holiday destinations, determine who the world wants elected, and then casting the reserved votes in favor of what the rest of the world demands.

    Indeed, why not just do that and get rid of elections here? It would be cheaper in the long run than running elections that are actually little more than farces.
    Last edited by Jeep; 01-11-2017 at 05:59 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RevolverRob View Post
    Second Amendment Foundation is based in Washington State. I ASSume they are making concerted efforts to block this legislation. All WA residents should be in contact with SAF and support them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RevolverRob View Post
    I had a chance to visit Seattle, early last year. Nice town, okay people, decent food. I still got the love affair with the PNW or Seattle in general. It has some obviously biased boundaries and citizenry, as well as smacking of a socialist paradise. Hell, the train ride from Seatac into Seattle was eye-opening to say the least. It's clear to me that their efforts at income equality are failing on a monumental scale. Surprise...surprise.
    I'm starting a ballot initiative for Washington State to secede from Seattle.
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